Current Graduate Students
Meydan Kaplan (PhD student)
Bio-acoustic modeling and fast integral equation solvers.
Eden Elbaz (MSc. student)
Topic: Fast method for volume scattering analysis. Phenomenologically distinct components for efficient representations of impedance matrix blocks.
Dor Zvulun (MSc. student, TAU)
Topic: Generalized integral equation formulations for 3-D scattering problems (with Prof. Amir Boag)
Yossi Dahan (MSc. student)
Topic: Compressibility of factorized moment matrices for generalized integral equation formulations.
Dan Last (MSc. student)
Topic: Fast many-body problem solver for meta-material analysis and design.
Naomi Haggai (MSc. student)
Topic: Fast hierarchical construction of algebraically compressed method of moments representations.
The BGU Computational Wave Theory Lab is looking for highly motivated and hard- working graduate level students (for Ph.D., M.Sc.), with strong interest in electromagnetics/ acoustics/ wave-theory, algorithms, and scientific computing.
ECE/EE background with micro-waves as a major is preferable, but candidates from all science and engineering disciplines are encouraged to apply. Strong programming skills and Unix experience are advantageous.
Please e-mail me also with inquiries regarding postdoctoral and undergraduate level projects