Current Graduate Students

Meydan Kaplan (PhD student)

Bio-acoustic modeling and fast integral equation solvers.

Gabriel Lasry (MSc. student)

EM field pattern synthesis for perturbed media via aperture field optimization.

(with Prof. Timor Melamed)

Arkadi Shershavsky (MSc. student, TAU)

Topic: Generalized source-based integral equation formulations and fast direct solvers. (with Prof. Amir Boag)

Eden Elbaz (MSc. student)

Topic: Efficient representations of impedance matrix blocks.

Open Positions

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

Dor Zvulun (MSc. student, TAU)

Topic: Fast solvers for generalized integral equation formulations for scattering problems (with Prof. Amir Boag)

Yossi Dahan (MSc. student)

Topic: TBD.

Graduated

Meydan Kaplan (MSc. Thesis : A fast solver for volume integral equations in bio-acoustics)