DSS Cups

The DSS cups are specifically created for the DSS chair as a limited edition. You can't buy such cups in any shop. On the bottom of each cup you can find a unique number that identifies the owner of the cup. The following table shows the mapping between the numbers and the corresponding cup owers.

Cup number   Date   Owner   Cup number   Date   Owner
01/96   09.04.2016   Stephanie Schmidt-Gattung   49/96   ---   ---
02/96   11.04.2016   Jochen Withopf   50/96   ---   ---
03/96   11.04.2016   Christian Lüke   51/96   ---   ---
04/96   11.04.2016   Ulrich Heute   52/96   ---   ---
05/96   11.04.2016   Anne Theiß   53/96   ---   ---
06/96   18.04.2016   Torge Rabsch   54/96   ---   ---
07/96   18.04.2016   Kolja Pikora   55/96   ---   ---
08/96   18.04.2016   Tim Claussen   56/96   ---   ---
09/96   18.04.2016   Stephan Senkbeil   57/96   ---   ---
10/96   18.04.2016   Michael Brodersen   58/96   ---   ---
11/96   18.04.2016   Jens Reermann   59/96   ---   ---
12/96   18.04.2016   Christin Baasch   60/96   ---   ---
13/96   18.04.2016   Merikan Koyun   61/96   ---   ---
14/96   18.04.2016   Kathrin Büsse   62/96   ---   ---
15/96   18.04.2016   Marco Gimm   63/96   ---   ---
16/96   18.04.2016   Eric Elzenheimer   64/96   ---   ---
17/96   18.04.2016   Kevin Prehn   65/96   ---   ---
18/96   18.04.2016   Franziska Gruler   66/96   ---   ---
19/96   18.04.2016   Adelheid Nebel   67/96   ---   ---
20/96   26.04.2016   Vasudev Kandade Rajan   68/96   ---   ---
21/96   19.05.2016   Stefan Kratzenstein   69/96   ---   ---
22/96   14.07.2016   Helmut Laufs   70/96   ---   ---
23/96   18.07.2016   Günther Deuschl   71/96   ---   ---
24/96   19.08.2016   Klaus Linhard   72/96   ---   ---
25/96   19.08.2016   Arthur Wolf   73/96   ---   ---
26/96   19.08.2016   Oliver Niebuhr   74/96   ---   ---
27/96   30.09.2016   Alexander Staffa   75/96   ---   ---
28/96   30.09.2016   Thorben Kaak   76/96   ---   ---
29/96   09.01.2017   Anton Namenas   77/96   ---   ---
30/96   10.01.2017   Jens Greinert   78/96   ---   ---
31/96   07.04.2017   Simon Graf   79/96   ---   ---
32/96   19.06.2017   Alexej Namenas   80/96   ---   ---
33/96   19.06.2017   Alexandra Litzner   81/96   ---   ---
34/96   22.06.2017   Tobias Hübschen   82/96   ---   ---
35/96   22.06.2017   Achim Vollmer   83/96   ---   ---
36/96   04.11.2017   Brit Behrend   84/96   ---   ---
37/96   04.11.2017   Rasool Al-mafrachi   85/96   ---   ---
38/96   04.11.2017   Christin Bald   86/96   ---   ---
39/96   04.11.2017   Tim Owe Wisch   87/96   ---   ---
40/96   15.03.2018   Finn Spitz   88/96   ---   ---
41/96   31.05.2018   Elke Warmerdam   89/96   ---   ---
42/96   ---   ---   90/96   ---   ---
43/96   ---   ---   91/96   ---   ---
44/96   ---   ---   92/96   ---   ---
45/96   ---   ---   93/96   ---   ---
46/96   ---   ---   94/96   ---   ---
47/96   ---   ---   95/96   ---   ---
48/96   ---   ---   96/96   ---   ---

Website News

11.07.2019: First free KiRAT version released - a game for Parkinson patients

25.06.2019: About 30 pupils from the Isarnwohld-Schule in Gettorf visited us.

02.05.2019: Christin Baasch finished sucessfully her defense on the evaluation of Parkinson speech.

30.11.2018: New student project on driver distraction added.

01.10.2018: Dissertation of Philipp Bulling added.

Recent Publications

   

J. Reermann, E. Elzenheimer and G. Schmidt: Real-time Biomagnetic Signal Processing for Uncooled Magnetometers in Cardiology, IEEE Sensors Journal, Volume 15, Number 10, Pages 4237-4249, June 2019, doi: 10.1109/JSEN.2019.2893236

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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A few weeks ago our new research car (a V class from Daimler) arrived here and now we start to prepare the van for the next level of our research on in-car communication. Since Anton is in his "second live" a very gifted carpenter he started built up the housing for our real-time systems that will be placed in the trunk. Let's see how the car will look like in a few weeks ...