Dr. Gedalya Mazor
Dr. Mazor Received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, in the field of Fluid Mechanics (Shock Waves Reflections), from Ben Gurion University, Israel
He completed his Post-Doctorate studies (P.D.) in cooperation with the prestigious Ernst Mach (Germany), and Institute of Fluid Sciences at University of Tokyo Japan
His research achievements, during that time, earned great praise and 6 merit awards, including prestigious "Wolf Foundation Award" for solving the "Von Newman Paradox"
Dr. Mazor published so far 43 papers (29 peer review papers and chapters in collective volumes and 14 papers in conferences proceedings) and registered 3 worldwide patents. He also developed and wrote three new Engineering programs for B.Sc. degrees and two additional curriculums within the "Atidim Military Project". Some of his publications opened new aspects of research in their areas, and have been used and cited
Dr. Mazor had the privilege to found the Mechanical Engineering department, and headed it, since 2006
Dr. Mazor holds (since 2004) the following key academic roles at SCE
Dean of Mechanical Engineering and Physics Departments
Board Member, SCE's Academic Council
Head, Research Center for Energy and Numerical Simulations
Head, Mechanical Engineering Department at SCE
Senior Consultant in Mechanical Engineering Ministry of Industry Trade, Israel: Registration & Licensing of Engineering & Architectures
Head, Physics Department at SCE
Head, Pre-Academic studies at SCE
Be'er Sheva200 Katsir(50)
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Israel.
Research title: "Reflection of shock waves from non-rigid boundaries".
Research Advisors: Prof. Ben-Dor, G. & Prof. Igra, O.
Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Israel.
Title of thesis: "The influence of surface properties on the head-on reflection of shock waves".
Thesis Advisors: Prof. Ben-Dor, G., Prof. Igra O., Prof. Mond, M.
M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Israel.
Title of thesis: "Influence of surface roughness on the transition from regular to Mach reflection in pseudo-steady flows".
Thesis advisors: Prof. Ben-Dor, G., Prof. Igra, O
B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev,
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Israel
Fluid Mechanics, Numerical Methods, Shock Waves reflections, Cryogenic treatment, production of submicron and nano-droplets and particles.
2017-2019 - Mazor, G., "Development and optimization of novel device for effective
submicron and nano-size particles production, 90,000 NIS.
Mazor G., Mezhericher, M. , Ladizhensky., I, "Study of Dumas' Effect". Grant from Mr. Nicolas Levy, private investor, Switzerland, $5,000.
Mazor, G., "Enhancing of frozen food quality by the cryogenic cooling intensification". Grant from Sami Shamoon College of Engineering, Israel, 60,000 NIS.
Mazor, G., Using of ferromagnetic powder as a temporary quenching heat transfer enhancer in presence of magnetic field. Grant from Sami Shamoon College of Engineering, Israel, 60,000 NIS.
Mazor, G., Investigation of the properties of aluminum foams exposed to the normal shock waves. Grant from Sami Shamoon College of Engineering, Israel, 30,000 NIS.
Mazor, G., The interaction of normal shock waves with a concrete structure. Grant from Sami Shamoon College of Engineering, Israel, 76,000 NIS.
B.Sc. program. Fluids Mechanics
B.Sc. program. Theory of Machines
B.Sc. program. Introduction to Mechanics of rigid body
B.Sc. program. Introduction to Physics 1
B.Sc. program. Introduction to Physics 2