Projects

Bachelor Projects

 

   

Marker Evaluation of quantitative Variables in Electroneurography

May 2019 (on going)

In this project are analyzing how precise quantitative variables could be manually or automatically extracted in Electroneurography, which is an essential measurement method for the assessment of peripheral nerve disorders.

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Evaluation of Microphone Positions

May 2019 (on going)

In this project several measurments in our test cars are performed. The measurements indicate on one hand how loud the noise is (in dependence on the microphone position) and how loud the speech signals of the passengers are.

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Driving Simulator

May 2018 - November 2018

In this project the impact of different side conditions such as text messaging, communication with passengers, or alcohol while driving was investigated by means of a driving simulation.

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Smartwatches for Sport Applications

May 2017 - March 2018

In this project a group of 13 students (electrical engineering) investigated the usage of so-called smartwatches for sport applications.

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Implementation of a Communication Unit for Diving Masks

May 2016 - March 2017

In this project a group of nine students (Electrical Engineering) developed a communication unit for full-face diving masks.

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Support of Excellent Women in Science (Master Projects)

 

   

Adaptive Noise Cancellation for Magnetoelectric Sensors

Christin Bald, July 2016 - December 2016

In this project the affine projection (AP) algorithm was investigated for noise cancellation purposes in magnetoelectric sensor systems.

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Simulation of the Magnetic Field Created by Deep Brain Stimulation

Lena Jaschke, March 2016 - September 2016

In this project the simulation of the magnetic field around deep brain stimulation electrodes was simulated using MATLAB.

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Projects in the DSS Group

The DSS team offers student projects. With these projects we try to support the idea of project-based learning. This means that most of our projects are designed such, that a multitude of studends can work on that project. Beside solving the individual task, studends should also learn how to split the problem into smaller subproblems and to organize the resulting subprojects. Software packages such as SVN, etc. should support this idea.

Usually, these projects are announced in the lecture "Signals and Systems". However, if you are interested in such projects and do not participate in this lecture, please contact Prof. Schmidt for furhter details.

In addition, we participate in support programs for women in science. If you are interested in doing a research-based project, please contact us. However, please be aware that such programms are not always active and usually support women in their master study period.

Contact

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gerhard Schmidt

E-Mail: gus@tf.uni-kiel.de

Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
Faculty of Engineering
Institute for Electrical Engineering and Information Engineering
Digital Signal Processing and System Theory

Kaiserstr. 2
24143 Kiel, Germany

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