Theses started in 2016

Student   Thesis title   Supervisors   Duration   Bachelor
thesis 
Master
thesis 
Stefan Bossen   Predicting Sleep and Wakefulness from Temporal Fluctuations in Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Data   Andreas Galka,
Gerhard Schmidt
  June 2016 -
August 2016
   
Morten Stabenau   Using Beamforming Techniques for EEG Source Analysis   Christin Baasch,
Gerhard Schmidt
  June 2016 -
August 2016
   
Möritz Kröger   Entwicklung und Implementierung einer Lautklassifikation zur Unterscheidung stimmhafter und stimmloser Signalabschnitte   Christin Baasch,
Gerhard Schmidt
  June 2016 -
August 2016
   
Tobias Klawonn   Universalmikrofon für Sprach- und Geräusch-Anwendungen   Marco Gimm,
Gerhard Schmidt
  May 2016 -
July 2016
   
Bastian Biedermann   Kombination von Geräuschreduktion, modellbasierter Rückkopplungsreduktion und geräuschabhängiger Verstärkungsregelung   Marco Gimm,
Gerhard Schmidt
  May 2016 -
July 2016
   
Lorik Bajrami   Analyse und Implementierung von Signalverarbeitungsalgorithmen für die Entzerrung von Sprechanlagen   Marco Gimm,
Gerhard Schmidt
  May 2016 -
July 2016
   
Christin Bald   Mehrkanalige Echtzeit-Geräuschkompensation für magnetoelektrische Sensoren   Jens Reermann,
Gerhard Schmidt
  January 2016 -
April 2016
   
Christin Willrodt   Implementierung eines Systems zur drahtlosen Echtzeit-Parametriesierung von Innenraum-Kommunikationssystemen für Kraftfahrzeuge   Marco Gimm,
Gerhard Schmidt
  May 2016 -
July 2016
   
Bastian Kaulen   R-Zacken-Detektion für EKG und MKG-Signale und Extraktion medizinisch relevanter Kenngrößen   Eric Elzenheimer,
Gerhard Schmidt
  May 2016 -
July 2016
   
Bastian Gröger   Design und Implementierung von Algorithmen zur Verbesserung des subjektiven Höreindrucks von Maskenkommunikationssystemen   Christin Baasch,
Gerhard Schmidt
  April 2016 -
October 2016
   
Anton Namenas   Echtzeit-Simulation von Unterwasserkanälen für die SONAR-Signalverarbeitung   Thorben Kaak,
Gerhard Schmidt
  July 2016 -
Dez. 2016
   
Muhammad Nabeel   Detection of Voiced Speech and Pitch Estimation for Applications with Low Spectral Resolution   Marco Gimm,
Gerhard Schmidt
  Sept. 2016 -
March 2017
   
Sushain Magotra   Development of Optimal Methods for Removal of Transcranial Electrical Stimulation Artifacts during Simultaneous EEG Recordings   Andreas Galka,
Gerhard Schmidt
  October 2016 -
April 2017
   
Andrea Kostic   Generalization of the Spatiotemporal Kalman Filter Inverse Solution to Reconstruct Networks of Brain Sources from Surface EEG   Andreas Galka,
Gerhard Schmidt
  August 2016 -
January 2017
   
Eva Peschke   Modellierung von beampattern-/positionsabhängigen Veränderungen von Gasblasensignalen in Multibeam-Rückstreukarten und daran angepasste Vorverarbeitung der Daten
  Thorben Kaak,
Gerhard Schmidt
  Aug. 2016 -
Nov. 2016
     
Roshidh Suresh   Advanced Signal Analysis of EMG data for the Identification of Load Response and Individual Performance
  Eric Elzenheimer,
Gerhard Schmidt
  Sept. 2016 -
March 2017
   
Milan Reimann   Developement and Implementation of a Wireless Underwater Telephony System   Thorben Kaak,
Gerhard Schmidt
  Nov. 2016 -
April 2017
   
Anton Lösch   Adapted Speech Signal Enhancement for Wireless Underwater Telephony Systems   Thorben Kaak,
Gerhard Schmidt
  Nov. 2016 -
February 2017
   
Aron Daßler   Self-localization of Vehicles Based on Sparse and Highly-accurate Radar Reference Marks   Thorben Kaak,
Gerhard Schmidt
  Nov. 2016 -
April 2017
   
Alexej Namenas   Real-time Heart Rate Variability Analysis based on Electrocardiogram and Magnetocardiogram   Jens Reermann,
Gerhard Schmidt
  Nov. 2016 -
April 2017
   
Martin Günther   Design and Implementation of a Real-time Active Noise Control System   Marco Gimm,
Gerhard Schmidt
  Dec. 2016 -
May 2017
   

 

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

Jens Reermann Defended his Dissertation with Distinction

On Friday, 21st of June, Jens Reermann defended his research on signals processing for magnetoelectric sensor systems very successfully. After 90 minutes of talk and question time he finished his PhD with distinction. Congratulations, Jens, from the entire DSS team.

Jens worked for about three and a half years - as part of the collaborative research center (SFB) 1261 - on all kinds of signal ...


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