PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROF. Pinchas Gurfil
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No of theses 37
Department Aerospace Engineering
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Student’s Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Izzo Paolo 2021 PhD Abstracts Evolution of Chaos in Long-Term Propagation of High Earth Orbits
Shtark Tomer 2019 PhD Abstracts Regional Positioning Using a Low Earth Orbit Satellite Constellation
Ben-Yaacov Ohad 2016 PhD Abstracts Long Term Satellite Cluster Flight Using Differential Drag
Segal Shai 2012 PhD Abstracts Vision-Based Control of Relative Spacecraft Attitude Dynamics
Indelman Vadim 2011 PhD Abstracts Navigation Performance Enhancement Using Online Mosaicking
Mazal Leonel 2013 PhD Abstracts Reconfigurable Orbit Design and Hierarchical Control for Fractionated Spacecraft
Denenberg Elad 2017 PhD Abstracts Satellite Cluster Collision Awareness and Avoidance
Amit-Shapira Yonatan 2021 MSc Abstracts Fuel-Efficient Cross-Track Distance Establishment in Satellite Formations
Mailhot Nadav 2021 MSc Abstracts Constellation Design for Regional Space-Borne Geolocation
Arcos Yoel 2020 MSc Abstracts Optimized Design of a Thermal Vacuum Testbed for Nanosatellite Verification Tests
Fischman Oren 2019 MSc Abstracts Bounded Circumlunar Spacecraft Formations
Vadlamani Vinayak 2019 MSc Abstracts Effect of Poynting-Robertson Drag and Solar Wind Drag on Smart Dust in Space
Lejzerowicz Meir Zvi Yerem 2019 MSc Abstracts Guidance for Rendezvous and Docking with Tumbling Space Targets
Koretsky Evgeney 2018 MSc Abstracts Cluster-keeping with Differential Solar Radiation Pressure and Differential Drag for Highly Elliptical Orbits
Shtark Tomer 2016 MSc Abstracts Tracking a non-cooperative target using a real-time stereovision-based control law
Jashinski Michal 2016 MSc Abstracts Development of Satellite Cluster Flight Algorithms Under Thrusting Errors
Brack Daniel 2016 MSc Abstracts In-orbit Tracking of High Area-to-Mass Ratio Space Objects
Aviv Tsahi 2015 MSc Abstracts Inertial Navigation Aiding Using Multiple View Feature Matching
Leiter Noam 2015 MSc Abstracts Optimizing Cluster Flight for Space-based Geolocation
Zimmerman Fernando 2014 MSc Abstracts Pulsed Plasma Thruster-Assisted Formation Keeping of Nano-Satellites under J2 and Drag
Galperin Aleander 2014 MSc Abstracts Analytic Solutions for Optimal Orbital Transfers around Oblate Planets
Mouchnino Avner 2012 MSc Abstracts Low-Thrust Orbital Transfer with Mitigated Space-Debris Collision Risk
Nir Gali 2010 MSc Abstracts Design of Out-of-Ecliptic Orbits for Space-Borne Telescopes
Rosich Alexei 2010 MSc Abstracts Coordination and Control of Cooperative Autonomous Parafoils
Vaknin Ariel 2009 MSc Abstracts Design of Transfer Trajectories from Earth Orbits to Distant Orbits
Belyanin Sofia 2008 MSc Abstracts Semi-Analytical Study of the Effect of Earth’s Precession on Geosynchronous Satellites
Beigelman Igor 2008 MSc Abstracts Graph-Theory-Based Optimal Impulsive Formation keeping and Collocation
Brucker Eytan 2007 MSc Abstracts Attitude Dynamics and Passive Stabilization on Libration Point Orbits
Meltzer Daniel 2007 MSc Abstracts Stationkeeping about the Collinear Equilibrium Points in the Restricted Three-Body Problem
Kivelevitch Elad 2005 MSc Abstracts Flock Properties Effect on the Mission Execution Performance of Cooperating Aerial Vehicles
Puzev Alexander 2021 MSc Abstracts Modelling and Control of a Variable-Mass CubeSat Reaction Wheel
Kaufman Omri 2019 MSc Abstracts Space Navigation with an Omni-Directional Vision Sensor
Maor Raz 2015 MSc Abstracts Optimal Self-Organization and Self-Assembly in Multi-Robot Systems
Moreno Hirshfeld Coral 2014 MSc Abstracts Stellar Intensity Interferometry Using Autonomous Nanosatellites
Jigalin Anton 2014 MSc Abstracts Vision-Based Relative State Estimation of Unknown Dynamic Targets Using Multiple Stereo Rigs
Shoulga Georgiy 2016 MSc Abstracts Towards Spectral Intensity Interferometry in Space
Elisha Yossef 2010 MSc Abstracts Relative Satellite Attitude Determination Using GPS with Applications to Astronomical Observations