Principle Research Associate, Professor emeritus
Head of Laboratory of Marine Hydrodynamics
Academic Degrees: MS, PhD Tel Aviv University, School of Mechanical Engineering
Phone: +972-3-640-9716, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Education: Leningrad Shipbuilding Institute (renamed to Marine State Technical University of St. Petersburg)
Research Interests: Naval and Marine Biology Hydrodynamics
Naval hydrodynamics and dynamics of conventional, high speed and AUV vessels
SAR remote sensing
Biologically inspired hydrodynamic imaging
Hydrodynamics of self-propelled organisms
1. Fluid mechanics I.
2. Fluid mechanics II.
3. Introduction to aerodynamics.
4. Transport of contaminants in environment.
5. Swimming and flying in nature. (New)
6. Introduction to Naval hydrodynamics.
7. Ship viscous and wave resistance.
9. Ship maneuvering.
10. Ship motion in waves.
Some former and currents grants, collobaration
Former and current projects Main Awards
Mechanisms of hydrodynamic imaging in Blind Mexican Cave Fish. PLAY
Settlement of marine larvae on bodies PLAY Bugula Neritina
Marine biological luminiscence. Radar imaging of ship wakes.
Maneuvering of high speed vessels
Ship motion in random waves
Mathematical modelling of AUV dynamics
In Recognition of the Outstanding Originality and Significance in the Paper "Dead-Water Effects of a Ship".
"A team of researchers at Tel Aviv University in Israel has discovered
a previously unknown navigational aid used by a species of blind fish." Read more here...
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School of Mechanical Engineering