Theses started in 2017

College student   Thesis title   Supervisors   Duration   Bachelor
thesis 
Master
thesis 
Arpita M. Kappattanavar   Machine Learning for Movement Analysis Using Wearable Sensor Systems
  Haong Minh Pham,
Gerhard Schmidt
  July 2017 -
January 2018
   
Seedo Eldho Paul   Development of a Real-time Active Noise Control System for Firefighter Helmets
  Anton Namenas,
Gerhard Schmidt
  May 2017 -
November 2017
   
Tim Benedict Kupke   Investigation of decorrelation methods to improve the convergence in acoustic feedback compensation
  Marco Gimm,
Gerhard Schmidt
  April 2017 -
July 2017
   
Philip Hubert   Aufbau eines grundlegenden MATLAB-Frameworks zur Simulation sowie Evaluierung einer Elektro- sowie Magnetoneurografie
  Eric Elzenheimer,
Gerhard Schmidt
  Mai 2017 -
August 2017
   
Matthias Schneider   Identifizierung und Minimierung von typischen Störquellen und Artefakten bei der Messung von Nerv- und Muskelsignalen
  Eric Elzenheimer,
Gerhard Schmidt
  Mai 2017 -
August 2017
   
Nico Simoski   Entwicklung und Implementierung eines Computerspiels zur Unterstützung der Sprachtherapie von Parkinson-Patienten
  Christin Baasch,
Gerhard Schmidt
 

February 2017 -
Mai 2017

   
Thomas Cimiega   Real-Time Speech Enhancement using Artificial Neural Networks
  Marco Gimm,
Gerhard Schmidt
  January 2017 -
July 2017
   
Muneeza Qureshi   Detection of Teeth Brushing using Wearable Sensors for Parkinson's Patients   Haong Minh Pham,
Gerhard Schmidt
  January 2017 -
July 2016
   
Thies Kuchenbeker   Evaluation of microphone positions for hands-free applications in motor vehicles
  Marco Gimm,
Gerhard Schmidt
  January 2017 -
April 2017
   
Christin Bald   MIMO real-time signal processing for biomagnetic signal sources   Jens Reermann,
Gerhard Schmidt
  April 2017 -
September 2017
   
Owe Wisch   Application of novel thin-film hydrophones in underwater communication system   Thorben Kaak,
Gerhard Schmidt
  April 2017 -
October 2017
   
Katharina Rebbe   Detection and tracking methods in SONAR systems   Thorben Kaak,
Gerhard Schmidt
  April 2017 -
October 2017
   
Finn Spitz   Parkinson's speech analysis with hearing aids   Christin Baasch,
Gerhard Schmidt
  April 2017 -
November 2017
   
Egzon Miftaraj   Modeling and detection of transient signal artifacts for technical root cause analysis in speech communication systems   Tobias Hübschen,
Gerhard Schmidt
  May 2017 -
August 2017
   
Stephan Hartmann   Implementation of a tube model for the comparative study of speech therapies for Parkinson's patients   Christin Baasch,
Gerhard Schmidt
  July 2017 -
October 2017
   
Alok Sreenivas   Signal Processing Techniques for Estimation of Passenger Orientation in Automotive Environments   Marco Gimm,
Gerhard Schmidt
  August 2017 -
February 2018
   
Vinod Devaraj   Computer simulation to estimate the magnetic flux density of motor nerves with time dispersion and conduction block
  Eric Elzenheimer,
Gerhard Schmidt
  October 2017 -
April 2018
   
Patrick Wiegand   Analysis of smartphone / smartwatch sensor data in the diagnosis and treatment of tremor patients
  Christin Bald,
Gerhard Schmidt
  Nov. 2017 -
May 2018
   
Hamed Tavakol   Real-time Low-latency Speech enhancement
  Tim Owe Wisch,
Gerhard Schmidt
  Nov. 2017 -
May 2018
   
Zeba Chawla   Voice Activity Detection Using Improved Noise Estimation and Classification
  Rasool al-mafrachi,
Gerhard Schmidt
  Nov. 2017 -
May 2018
   
Julia Kreisel   Kardiologische Analysen auf Basis von optisch gepumpten Magnetometern
  Christin Bald,
Gerhard Schmidt
  Nov. 2017 -
Feb. 2018
   

 

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

Recent News

Biosignals Workshop in Erfurt

Also in the week of DAGA but between the 21st to the 23rd March the Biosignals Workshop took place in the protestant monastery of St. Augustine in Erfurt. The topic was innovative processing of bioelectric and biomagnetic signals and was organized by the technical VDE committees „Biosignals“ and „Magnetic Methods in Medicine“. The DSS group (Christin and Eric) participated with two ...


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