גלי מים ויישומיהם
השפעות שינויי אקלים
מכניקת זורמים סביבתית
B.Sc., Physics and Mathematics, with distinction, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1979.
M.Sc. Mathematics, with distinction, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1980.
Sc.D., Civil Engineering (Hydrodynamics and Oceanographic Engineering),
M.I.T. / Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Joint Program, 1986.
Professor, Division of Water Environmental and Agricultural Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Technion, 2009.
Visiting Professor, University of Adelaide, South Australia, 2001-2002
Visiting Professor, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, 1999
Invited Visiting Scientist, International Centre of Computational Hydrodynamics, Denmark, 1996-1997.
Visiting Scientist, National University of Singapore, 1989, 1992.
Applied Mathematics Instructor, and Post-Doctoral Investigator in Physical Oceanography,
Guest Investigator and Instructor, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1987-1988.
Invited Guest researcher, International Centre for Computational Hydrodynamics (ICCH), Denmark, 1996-1997.
M.I.T.: Calculus, Differential Equations, Applied Mathematics for Engineers and Scientists I, Mathematics for Engineers and Scientists II Waves in Fluids; 1986-1988.
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution: Applied Mathematics for Engineers and Scientists; 1987-1988.
Technion: Fluid Mechanics, Mathematical Methods for Engineers, Waves in Fluids, Oceanographic Engineering; Since 1988.
Director, Coastal and Marine Engineering Research Institute (CAMERI), 1993.
Director, Hydraulic Laboratory, 1994.
Graduate studies committee in Applied Mathematics – since 1989.
Chairman of committee on graduate studies in Oceanographic Sciences and Engineering -1994.
Steering committee of Sci-Tech Youth Camp – 1995.
Chairman of Graduate Studies and Research, Division of Water, Environmental and Agricultural Engineering –2003-2008.
Chair Judge, Technion students’ disciplinary court – since 2003.
Chairman, Gilbert Laboratory of Water Quality and Water Treatment, Grand Water Research Institute – since 2003.
Chairman – Interdepartmental graduate studies committee in Energy and the Environment – since 2007.
Chairman, Scholarship and Awards committee, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 1996.
Azhari H, Agnon Y, Levy Y., 2005. ULTRASONIC IMAGE-GUIDED TISSUE-DAMAGING PROCEDURE –filed.
Israel Science Foundation (ISF): “Forecasting inhomogeneous ocean waves through nonlinear evolution equations”.
2004-2007 – $120,000
Agnon Y. and M. Stiassnie
US-Israel BSF: ‘Resonant spatio-temporal evolution of nonlinear water waves over rough bathymetry’
2005-2009 – $120,000
Agnon Y., M. Stiassnie and C.C. Mei.
MOST-BMBF (Israel-Germany): Climate change, wind-wave interaction and anthropogenic impact on coastal processes.
2006-2009 – EURO 228,000
Agnon Y., P. Alpert and H. Guenther
Mekorot: Analysis of the hydraulic and Lymnological system at Eshkol reservoirs.
2006-2007 – NIS 640,000
Agnon Y., Ostfeld A. and Rubin H.
Joint project IOLR/Technion
Ronen Avni, High Order Mild Slope Equation, M.Sc., Applied Mathematics, 2006.
Guy Ramon, Filtration in oscillating conditions, M.Sc, Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2007 (second supervisor: C. Dosoretz).
Michael Belinsky, Adsorption in turbulent flows, Ph.D., Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2007 (first supervisor H. Rubin).
Amit Zeisel, Generation of waves by wind, M.Sc., Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2007 (first supervisor M. Stiassnie).
Yoav Levy, Investigation of New Techniques for Ultrasonic Imaging, Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering, 2007 (advisor, primary supervisor H. Azhari).
Yaron Toledo, Linear and nonlinear wave shoaling, Ph.D. (direct), Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2008.
Guy Ramon, Thermoacoustics, Ph.D. (direct), 2010 Civil and Environmental Engineering (second supervisor: C. Dosoretz).
Avi Lubchik, Sea-atmosphere interactions and sea-salt aerosols generation, M.Sc., 2010, Tel Aviv U., (primary supervisors: P. Kishcha and P. Alpert).
Elad Rozin, Novel water pump, 2011, M.Sc, Civil and Environmental Engineering (co-supervisor U. Shavit).