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CS Ph.D. Graduation Ceremony, 2018
Tuesday, May 29, 2018
CS Ph.D. Graduation Ceremony, 2018CS Ph.D. Students Graduation Ceremony, 2018 was held on Monday evening, May 28, 2018. The ceremony was held at the Technion amphitheatre. Prof. Peretz Lavi, Technion President excited the audience with his warmhearted speech, and also spoke Prof. Dan Givoli, Head of Technion Graduate Studies School and conducted the ceremony Prof. Aviad Shapira from the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering. This year, a substantial number of students - 216 Technion graduates in 2017-2018 received their Ph.D. diplomas, among them 14 Computer Science graduates:

Omri Azencot Titled:  Operator Representations in Geometry Processing Advised by: Miri Ben-Chen
Haim Gotsman
Dana Drachsler-Cohen Titled: Exact Programming by Examples Advised by: Eran Yahav
Moshe Gabel Titled: Communication-Efficient Algorithms for Distributed Stream Mining Advised by: Assaf Schuster
Danny Keren
Michal Hurwitz Titled: Coding Schemes for Non-Volatile Memories Advised by: EitanYaakobi
Tuvi Etzion
Arnon Lazerson Titled: Efficient Monitoring of Distributed Data Streams Advised by: Assaf Schuster
Gal Lalouche Titled: The Consistency, Independence and Validity of Software Complexity Metrics Advised by: Yossi Gil
Vardan Papyan Titled: Global Versus Local Modeling of Signals Advised by: Michael Elad
Ami Paz Titled: Distributed Distance Computation and Related Topics Advised by: Keren Censor-Hillel
David Sainz Titled: Efficient Information Transfer Leveraging Wireless D2D Communication Advised by: Roy Friedman
Gregory Schwartzman Titled: Algorithms for Environments with Uncertainty Advised by: Keren Censor-Hillel
Alon Stern Titled: Metabolic Flux Analysis in Mammalian Cells at a Spatio-Temporal Resolution Advised by: Tomer Shlomi
Mira Shalah Titled: Formulae and Growth Rates of Animals on Cubical and Triangular Lattices Advised by: Gill Barequet
Jeremia Sulam Titled: From Local to Global Sparse Modeling Advised by: Michael Elad
Yehezkel Aviv Titled: Generalizations of the Cardinality Estimation Problem and Applications
to Computer Networks
Advised by Reuven Cohen

Congratulations and best of luck to all our graduates.

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