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Research Projects

A Research Project is an elective course. It is designed to train outstanding students in independent work of experimental or theoretical research in the last year of their studies. The students work closely with faculty members, who give them a subject for the project. Each student conducts the research under the guidance of a faculty member and summarizes its results in a final report, which is submitted to his/her advisor.

Below are some of  the recent research projects conducted at the faculty:

Student
Adviser(s) 
Project Title
2018/2019
Geyari,  Yuval Greenberg Barry Investigation of Droplet Motion and Grouping
Goldberg, Tal Rimon Arieli and Dan Michaels Preliminary Design of a Ramjet Engine With a Detachable Booster
Gonda, Dor Rimon Arieli and Haim Abramovich Design of a Supersonic Intel  with a Variable Rectangular Cross Section
Gonda, Dor Haim Abramovich Investigation of a Rectangular , Variable Geometry Air Intake , for a Ramjet Operating at M=2.4
Kfir, Reuven Rimon Arieli and  Haim Abramovich Design of a Supersonic Axisymmetric Inlet with a Variable Cross Section
Kozlovsky, Shir Daniel Weihs Artificial Pollination
Kozlovsky, Shir Tal Shima Identification of Aerodynamic Parameters of an Experimental Quadcopter
Levy, Tomer Moshe Idan Transportation of a Slung Load Using Multiple Quadrotor UAVs While Maintaining a Constant Altitude
Matmon, Evyatar Tal Shima Identification of Aerodynamic Parameters of an Experimental Quadcopter
Nussbaum, Yasmin Daniella Raveh Building an Overodynamic Model for a Multi-Surface Flying Wing
Sayag, Tal Daniella Raveh Rigid Aerodynamic Model and Longitudinal Trim Optimization of A3TB Flying Wing Configuration
Shazar, Eden Moshe Idan Multirotor Terrain Following Using Laser Range Finders
Shpitz, Sahar Yuval Levy Stability and Accuracy of a High Order Time Marching Scheme for Compressible Euler Equations
Zukerman, Niv Rimon Arieli and Dan Michaels Design of a Two-Stage Supersonic Rocket Launched by a Ballistic Missile
2017/2018
Karp, Offek Moshe Idan The Effect of Wind on Ground-Tracker Quadcopter

Technion – Israel Institute of Technology