Supervision of Bachelor's and Master's theses

I frequently offer to supervise Bachelor's and Master's theses in electrical and computer engineering with selected topics of my research interests and project activities in our Institute of Reliable Computerin (E-19). Moreover, I also supervise external theses in the computer and electrical industry.


Offers of theses

Currently, I have no more offers of Bachelor's and Master's theses to be supervised.


Supervised Bachelor's theses

  • Torge Witt. Soft-core vs. HDL implementation: Evaluation of two approaches for application system development (May 2013)
  • Keywan Zohrabi-Kalantari. Trajectory prediction of moving objects based on a visual localization method using the NAO robotic system (April 2013)
  • Martin Schlodinski. Fail-safe master/slave-system for the CAN bus in a "Formula Student Electric" car (February 2013)
  • Nathapon Olaf Lüders. Modelling and controlling of dynamic kick motions for humanoid robots based on the NAO robotic system (February 2013)
  • André Wurl. Implementation and verification of a self-localization of the humanoid NAO robotic system using the integrated HD cameras (October 2012)
  • Oliver Tretau. Detection and localization of non-static objects by digital image processing using the integrated HD cameras of the NAO robotic system (October 2012)
  • Nico Holst. Detection and classification of objects for self-localization by digital image processing using the integrated HD cameras of the NAO robotic system (August 2012)
  • Anna-Maria Liebhoff. Data traffic analysis on a network-on-chip and evaluation of implementation layouts on a FPGA (August 2012)
  • Felix Patschkowski. Individual stiffness control of servomotors for reduction of energy consumption of humanoid robots with respect to the NAO robotics system (July 2012)
  • Hannes Zilt. Studies on the applicability of ultrasonic clamp-on sensors for flow measurement in air ducts with small diameter in sensor systems of the tobacco industry (November 2011)
  • Hendrik Bitzmann. Implementation of a visualization to configure and analyze a tube network in combination with real data from a mobile filter probe (October 2011)
  • Christoph Schwarz. Verification of a dry electrode EEG system (October 2011)
  • Jonas Lüthke. Analysis and abstraction of a video surveillance system for aircraft cabins and the implementation of the resulting system model (September 2011)
  • Christian Thießen. Safe detection process of foreign objects in inductive transmission paths (September 2011)
  • Saman Fröhlich. Development of a workroom monitoring system for HSC machines with 5 axes (September 2011)
  • Kai Torben Ohlhus. Evaluation of Linux in a system-on-a-chip based on a LEON3 SPARC processor (August 2011)
  • Stefan Gehrer. Integration of a display controller in a system-on-a-chip based on the LEON3 SPARC processor (October 2010)
  • Tobias Wortmann. Development of a Bluetooth-based PCB design and a Java ME mobile application for the ASURO robot assembly set (September 2010)
  • Ivan Steiger. Evaluation of the LEON3 SPARC processor on a Virtex5 FPGA platform (August 2010)
  • Christian Gehls. Real-time detection of disturbances in the optical quality inspection by application of image processing algorithms (July 2010)
  • Sigurd Spieckermann. Development of a MATLAB tool for the determination of the exit angle and the narrowest distance between adjacent turbine blade profiles
    (July 2010)
  • Henning Rehn. Development of a future-oriented service interface for processor modules in sensor systems for tobacco processing (June 2010)
  • Benjamin Gradert. Realization of a temperature and humidity monitoring by using a USB microcontroller (May 2010)
  • Sebastian Hoop. Integration of a touch panel controller in a SOC on the basis of the LEON3 SPARC processor (March 2010)


Supervised Master's theses

  • Christian Gehls. Evaluation of custom instruction hardware for image processing algorithms on a SoPC (March 2013)
  • Henning Rehn. Anti-counterfeit and know-how protection for embedded sensor systems (March 2013)
  • Sebastian Wartmann. Hardware and software development for the space debris impact detector SOLID (November 2012)
  • Stefan Gehrer. Development of a graphics unit with multi-port access for FPGA-based system-on-a-chip designs (October 2012)
  • Benjamin Gradert. Transmission of video signals over lang distance with fiber optics and FPGAs (October 2012)
  • Walerij Sloboda. Streaming and real-time processing of video data on an embedded system (September 2012)
  • Stefan Grzelke. Design of a universal interface module for connection of (seat) sensors (June 2012)


Supervised student research projects (German)

  • Christian Sauer. Integration einer Ethernet-Schnittstelle in ein SoC auf Basis des LEON3 SPARC Prozessors (Mai 2011)
  • Torben Haselau. Umsetzung der Realtimeübertragung des Hybriden Protokolls auf Basis des A380-Directors (März 2011)
  • Philipp Holz. Fernsteuerung eines Microcontrollers via Bluetooth durch eine Java ME Handy Applikation (Februar 2010)
  • Sebastian Eicke. Entwicklung einer Platine mit Ultraschallsensor für den DLR ASURO-Robotikbausatz (Mai 2009)
  • Thomas Kregelin. Einrichtung und Analyse eines über WLAN konfigurierbaren mobilen Robotersystems (Dezember 2007)
  • Korbinian Schmid. Adaption einer RISC-Architektur zum optimierten Einsatz in einem SoC (August 2006)
  • Malte Baesler. Design eines MP3-Players in einem Dual-Prozessorsystem mit PowerPC(TM)405-Kernen auf Basis von FPGA-Technologie (August 2005)


Supervised Diploma theses (German)

  • Malte Onken. Konzept- und Softwareentwicklung für einen automatisierten Systemtest (Oktober 2012)
  • Eike Rehder. Methoden zur erweiterten Objektbeschreibung mittels 3D-Sensoren für Fahrerassistenzsysteme (April 2012)
  • Agnieszka Andruszków. Entwicklung und Erprobung eines Konzeptes zur Messung von Flow in einem proximalen Atemgasmonitor (Dezember 2011)
  • Dennis Ambrahsat. Erstellung eines Konzepts zur Optimierung des Grafik-Servers der Moving-Map-Software niceview(TM) und Implementierung einer Komponente in C++ (November 2011)
  • Johannes Schlenger. Entwicklung einer Gesten- und Körpersteuerung für 3D-Trainingssimulationen mit Hilfe von Kinect (November 2011)
  • Stefan Kaufmann. Implementierung und Analyse verschiedener Regelstrategien für omnidirektionale Laufbewegungen humanoider Roboter auf Basis des NAO-Robotiksystems (Oktober 2011)
  • Torben Haselau. FPGA-basierte Erweiterung und Verifikation des A380-CIDS-Protokolls zur Übertragung von Ethernet-Paketen in einer zeitkritischen Netzwerktopologie (Oktober 2011)
  • Sebastian Eicke. RFID-Anbindung von SHM-Sensoren zur Zustandsüberwachung von faserverstärkten Kunststoffbauteilen (November 2010)
  • Malte Baesler. Entwicklung einer PCI-Platine zur Realisierung einer Multi-FPGA-Plattform (März 2007)


Supervised PhD theses

  • Daniel Kliem. A Flexible Multi-Processor System-on-a-Chip Architecture for Safety and Security-Critical Applications (Juli 2013)
  • Malte Baesler. FPGA Implementation of a Decimal Floating-Point Co-Processor with Accurate Scalar Product Unit (April 2012)