PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor ASSOCIATE PROF. Pinchas Einziger
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No of theses 18
Department Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Student’s Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Razansky Daniel 2006 PhD Abstracts Analysis and Synthesis of Acoustic and Electromagnetic Power Deposition Models
Livshits Leonid 2002 PhD Abstracts Skeletal Muscle Response to Externally Applied Electric Field
Epstein Ariel 2013 PhD Abstracts Rigorous Electromagnetic Analysis of Optical Emission of Organic Light-Emitting Diodes
Dolgin Madlena 2009 PhD Abstracts Inverse Scattering Models for Reconstruction of Layered Biological Tissues
Dvir Its’hak 1994 PhD On the Propagation of Waves and Beams in Linear And Non-Linear Media
Khazin Alexander 2015 MSc Abstracts Electromagnetic heating and reconstruction of lossy layer in a closed cavity
Dikarov Denis 2010 MSc Abstracts Optimization of Electromagnetic Power Absorption in a Three -Dimensional Lossy Circular Cylinder Configuration
Cherkassky Anastasia 2007 MSc Abstracts Optimization of Electromagnetic Power Absorption in a Lossy Circular Cylinder
Shvartzman Lior 2006 MSc Abstracts Optimization of Power Absorption in a Thin Periodically Loaded Slab
Yankilevich Eliezer 2005 MSc Abstracts Interaction of Elementary Electromagnetic Sources with Biological Media
Soldea Diana 2004 MSc Abstracts Optimization of the Power Absorption Efficiency in a Highly Lossy Biological Medium
Sokolik Dmitry 2004 MSc Abstracts Power Absorption in Highly Lossy Biological Tissues: Electrical Dipole Excitation
Razansky Daniel 2001 MSc Power Absorption in Highly Lossy Biological Tissues
Fakterman Boris 1998 MSc Design and Measurement Scheme for Broadband Dipole Antenna
Olier Albert 1993 MSc Analysis and Synthesis of Nomlinear Transmission Line
Margalit Mordechai 1992 MSc The Space-Time Paraxial Approximation
Tal Jacob 1991 MSc Analysis and Synthesis of Linear Arrays Uia the Beam
Eitan Rosen 1988 MSc The Beam Series Representation for Wave Reflection and Trans