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					Curriculum Vitae                                                                  Hariton Ilia


                                                                              Jan. 11, 2006
                                      Curriculum Vitae


Personal Data:
         Surname – Hariton Eliyahu
         Telephone – Work – 972-8-6477051
         Email – hariton@bgu.ac.il
         Date of birth – November 28, 1973
         Marital status – Married + 2 Children
         Citizenship – Israeli


Education:
(2002-       ) Ph.D. degree – A Ph.D. student in the Mechanical Engineering
                   department at the Ben-Gurion University. Field of specialization –
                   Biomechanics of Soft Tissues.
(1999-2002) M.Sc. degree – M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from the Ben-
                   Gurion university, graduated Cum Laude. Field of specialization –
                   Solid Mechanics and Composites (in English).
(1992-1995) B.Sc. degree – B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from the Ben-Gurion
                   university, graduated Magna Cum Laude.


Professional experience:
(1995)             Senior B.Sc. project - Analysis of the response of a complicated
                   structure (a crane) to sudden stop by application of a finite element
                   code (excellent senior B.Sc. project).
(1995-1999) Head of the Mechanical department – The technical College in Beer-
                   Sheva. In charge of twenty teachers, five hundred high-school students
                   and one hundred college students.
(1995-1999) Lecturer – The technical College (Strength of Materials, Mechanical
                   Properties of Materials, Machine design).
(1998)             Professional engineer – Fatigue engineer, finite element analysis using
                   some commercial codes like Nastran, Patran and Ansys.




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(1999-       ) Research and teaching assistant – Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
                   (Strength of Materials, Mechanical Properties of Materials,
                   Engineering Graphics, Theory of Elasticity, Physics A).
(2003-       )     Lecturer – Engineering Statics, university project for high-school
                   excellent students.
(2004-       ) Lecturer – Mechanical Properties of Materials – undergraduate course,
                   the department of mechanical engineering, BGU.


Personal experience:
         Finite elements analysis with the following commercial codes: ABAQUS,
         NASTRAN, DYTRAN, PATRAN, ANSYS, FEAP.


Languages:
         Hebrew – reading, writing, speaking.
         English – reading, writing, speaking.
         Russian – reading (fair knowledge), speaking.


Awards and Scholarships:
         Excellence awards for all eight semesters of the B.Sc. degree.
         The Excellent Project Award (1995)
         B.Sc. graduation Magna Cum Laude (1995).
         The Wolf Scholarship for M.Sc. students (1999).
         The Intel prize for M.Sc. students (2000).
         The Ehud Ben-Amitai foundation prize for aeronautical studies (2001).
         M.Sc. graduation Cum Laude (2002).
         The Yaakov Ben-Itzhak HaCohen excellence scholarship foundation prize
         (2003).
         A nominee of the Ben-Gurion University for the Clore Scholars Programme
         (2004).
         The Rector Excellence Prize for Ph.D. studies (2005) (Only single award is
         given each year).
         The Knesset certificate for excellence in academic studies (2005).




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List of Publications:
Papers:
    1. deBotton, G., Hariton, I., 2002. High-rank nonlinear sequentially laminated
          composites and their possible tendency towards isotropic behavior. J. Mech.
          Phys. Solids 50, 2577-2595.
    2. deBotton, G., Hariton, I., 2002. Rank-infinity laminated composites attaining
          the Hashin-Shtrikman bounds. Phys. Lett. A 297, 442-445.
    3. Hariton, I., deBotton, G., 2003. The nearly isotropic behavior of high-rank
          nonlinear sequentially laminated composites. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 459, 157-
          174.
    4. deBotton, G., Hariton, I., 2005. Neo-Hookean fiber composites undergoing
          finite out-of-plane shear deformation. Phys. Lett. A, Accepted.
    5. deBotton, G., Hariton, I., Socolsky, E. A., 2006. Neo-Hookean fiber
          reinforced composites in finite elasticity. J. Mech. Phys. Solids 54, 533-559.
    6. Hariton, I., deBotton, G., Gasser, T. C., Holzapfel, G. A., 2006. Stress-driven
          collagen fibers remodeling in arterial walls. Submitted.
Proceedings:
    1. Hariton, I., deBotton, G., 2001. On the anisotropy of nonlinear ‘isotropic’
          laminated composites. In: Hui, D. (Ed.), Proceedings of the ICCE/8 annual
          international conference on composite engineering, pp. 331-332.
    2. Hariton, I., deBotton, G., 2003. On the construction of nonlinear isotropic
          composites. The 29th Israel Conference on Mechanical Engineering, Technion,
          Israel.
    3. Goldenberg, A., Britan, A., Ben-Dor, G., Igra, O., Hariton, I., Glam, B., 2003.
          Dynamics of the load transfer in a single straight chain of disks: FEM
          simulations. The 13th American Physical Society Topical Conference on
          Shock Compression of Condensed Matter, Portland, USA.
    4. deBotton, G., Hariton, I., 2004. Non-linear isotropic composites? SIAM
          conference on mathematical aspects of materials science. Los Angeles, USA.
    5. Hariton, I., deBotton, G., Gasser, T.C., Holzapfel, G.A., 2004. A model of a
          human carotid bifurcation incorporating collagen fiber orientation. IUTAM
          symposium on mechanics of biological tissue, Graz, Austria.




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    6. Hariton, I., deBotton, G., Gasser, T.C., Holzapfel, G.A., 2005. A model of a
        human carotid bifurcation incorporating collagen fiber orientation. Israeli
        Conference on Mechanical Engineering, Tel-Aviv, Israel.
    7. Hariton, I., deBotton, G., Gasser, T.C., Holzapfel, G.A., 2005. How to
        incorporate collagen fibers orientations in an arterial bifurcation? In: M. H.
        Hamza (ed.), Proceedings of the 3rd IASTED International Conference on
        Biomechanics, ACTA Press, Anaheim, pp. 229-233.
    8. Hariton, I., deBotton, G., Gasser, T. C., Holzapfel, G. A., 2006. Stress-driven
        collagen fibers remodeling in arterial walls. Submitted to the 5th World
        Congress of Biomechanics, Munich, Germany.




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