People

Head of Group

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Prof. Oded Gottlieb

email:  oded@technion.ac.il
Phone:  +972-4-8293158
Address:  Dan Kahn, room 226
Website:  meeng.technion.ac.il/members/oded-gottlieb/
Oded Gottlieb is the Henri Garih Chair Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the Technion. His research interests include nonlinear and chaotic dynamical systems, fluid-structure interaction, and application of multiple-scale asymptotics and global bifurcation theory to systems that exhibit complex spatio-temporal dynamics.
 

Graduate Students

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Tomer Berghaus

email:  t.berghaus@gmail.com
Phone:  +972-4-8293151
Address:  Lady Davis, room 345A
Tomer Berghaus is a Ph.D student in Mechanical Engineering at Tel Aviv University co-supervised with Prof Touvia Miloh (ME) and Prof. Gregory Slepyan (EE), and is working on nonlinear electrodynamics of nano-particles.
 
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Yuval Levi

email:  leviyuval@campus.technion.ac.il
Phone:  +972-4-8293151
Address:  Lady Davis, room 345A
Yuval Levi is a MSc student in Mechanical Engineering in the Brakim honor program working on self-excited dynamics of inertia wheel multilink pendula systems.
 
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Itay Reitses

email:  itayreitses@campus.technion.ac.il
Phone:  +972-4-8293151
Address:  Lady Davis, room 345A
Itay Reitses is a MSc student in Mechanical Engineering in the Brakim honor program working on the nonlinear dynamics of whirling systems subject to magnetomotive excitation.
 
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Yarin Vaknin

email:  yarinv06@gmail.com
Phone:  +972-4-8293151
Address:  Lady Davis, room 345A
Yarin Vaknin is a MSc student in Mechanical Engineering at Tel Aviv University co-supervised with Prof Touvia Miloh working on nonlinear fluid-structure interaction of Janus particles near a conducting wall.
 
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Gilad Yakir

email:  gyakir@gmail.com
Phone:  +972-4-8293151
Address:  Lady Davis, room 345A
Gilad Yakir is an MSc student in Mechanical Engineering working on inertia wheel stabilization of self-excited multiple rigid-bodies in severe environmental conditions.