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Electrical Engineering Theses and Dissertations

Theses/dissertations from 2023 2023.

On the Performance Enhancement of Beamspace MIMO and Non-orthogonal Multiple Access for Future Cellular Networks , Sinasi Cetinkaya

Fabric-Based Organic Electrochemical Transistor Towards Wearable pH Sensing Electronics , Nestor Osvaldo Marquez Rios

Deep Learning Enhancement and Privacy-Preserving Deep Learning: A Data-Centric Approach , Hung S. Nguyen

Multiple Access Techniques Enabling Diverse Wireless Services , Mehmet Mert Şahin

Deep Reinforcement Learning Based Optimization Techniques for Energy and Socioeconomic Systems , Salman Sadiq Shuvo

Process Automation and Robotics Engineering for Industrial Processing Systems , Drake Stimpson

Theses/Dissertations from 2022 2022

Stability and Interaction Analysis of Inverter-Based Resources in Power Grids , Li Bao

Healthcare IoT System and Network Design , Halil Ibrahim Deniz

Video Anomaly Detection: Practical Challenges for Learning Algorithms , Keval Doshi

Data-Driven State Estimation for Improved Wide Area Situational Awareness in Smart Grids , Md Jakir Hossain

Deep Learning and Feature Engineering for Human Activity Recognition: Exploiting Novel Rich Learning Representations and Sub-transfer Learning to Boost Practical Performance , Ria Kanjilal

Assistive Technologies for Independent Navigation for People with Blindness , Howard Kaplan

Diagnosis of Neurodegenerative Diseases Using Higher Order Statistical Analysis of Electroencephalography Signals , Seyed Alireza Khoshnevis

Accelerating Multiparametric MRI for Adaptive Radiotherapy , Shraddha Pandey

A Model-Based Fault Diagnosis in Dynamic Systems via Asynchronous Motors System Identification or Testing, and Control Engineering Observers , Kenelt Pierre

Improving Wireless Networking from the Learning and Security Perspectives , Zhe Qu

Improving Robustness of Deep Learning Models and Privacy-Preserving Image Denoising , Hadi Zanddizari

Theses/Dissertations from 2021 2021

A Method for Compact Representation of Heterogenous and Multivariate Time Series for Robust Classification and Visualization , Alla Abdella

Dynamical System and Parameter Identification for Power Systems , Abdullah Abdulrahman Alassaf

Phasor Domain Modeling of Type-III Wind Turbines , Mohammed Alqahtani

An Automated Framework for Connected Speech Evaluation of Neurodegenerative Disease: A Case Study in Parkinson's Disease , Sai Bharadwaj Appakaya

Investigation of CoO ATO for Solar Cells and Infrared Sheaths , Manopriya Devisetty Subramanyam

Thermal Management of Lithium-ion Batteries Using Supercapacitors , Sanskruta Dhotre

Effect of Se Composition in CdSe 1-X T eX /CdTe Solar Cells , Sheikh Tawsif Elahi

Microencapsulation of Thermochromic Materials for Thermal Storage and Energy Efficiency of Buildings , Abdullatif Hakami

Piezoelectrically-Transduced ZnO-on-Diamond Resonators with Enhanced Signal-to-Noise Ratio and Power-handling Capability for Sensing and Wireless Communication Applications , Xu Han

Preparation and Characterization of Single Layer Conducting Polymer Electrochromic and Touchchromic Devices , Sharan Kumar Indrakar

Security Attacks and Defenses in Cyber Systems: From an AI Perspective , Zhengping Luo

Power System Optimization Methods: Convex Relaxation and Benders Decomposition , Minyue Ma

Metal Oxide Sensor Array Test Bed Prototype for Diagnostic Breath Analysis , Tiffany C. Miller

Packaging of Active RF Beamforming IC Utilizing Additive Manufacturing , Ryan Murphy

Adaptive Network Slicing in Fog RAN for IoT with Heterogeneous Latency and Computing Requirements: A Deep Reinforcement Learning Approach , Almuthanna Nassar

Development of a Bipolar Radiofrequency Ablation Device for Renal Denervation , Noel Perez

Copper Electrodeposition Assisted by Hydrogen Evolution for Wearable Electronics: Interconnections and Fiber Metallization , Sabrina M. Rosa Ortiz

Theory and Application of Dielectric Rod Antennas and Arrays , Gabriel Saffold

Advanced Organic Polymers for the Nanoscale Fabrication of Fiber-based Electronics Using the Electrospinning Technique , William Serrano Garcia

Transparent Planar Micro-Electrode Array for In-Vitro Electric Field Mediated Gene Delivery , Raj Himatlal Shah

High Speed Switching for Plasma Based Electroporation , Shivangi Sharma

Development of Small-Scale Power Supplies for Wearable Medical Diagnostic Devices , Donny Stiner

Novel Approach to Integrate CAN Based Vehicle Sensors with GPS Using Adaptive Filters to Improve Localization Precision in Connected Vehicles from a Systems Engineering Perspective , Abhijit Vasili

Modeling, Control and Analysis of Inverter-Based Generators in the Power Grids , Yangkun Xu

Fiber-Based Supercapacitor for Wearable Electronics , Rohit Lallansingh Yadav

Modeling, Identification, and Stability Analysis of Inverter-Based Resources Integrated Systems , Miao Zhang

Data-Oriented Approaches towards Mobile, Network and Secure Systems , Shangqing Zhao

Strategies in Botnet Detection and Privacy Preserving Machine Learning , Di Zhuang

Theses/Dissertations from 2020 2020

Architecture design and optimization of Edge-enabled Smart Grids , Adetola B. Adeniran

Multimodal Data Fusion and Attack Detection in Recommender Systems , Mehmet Aktukmak

Artificial Intelligence Towards the Wireless Channel Modeling Communications in 5G , Saud Mobark Aldossari

Enhancement of 5G Network Performance Using Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA) , Faeik Tayseer Al Rabee

Investigation of Machine Learning Algorithms for Intrusion Detection System in Cybersecurity , Mohmmed Alrowaily

Comprehensive Optimization Models for Voltage Regulation in PV-rich Multi-phase Distribution Systems , Ibrahim Alsaleh

Design and Implementation of Solid/Solid Phononic Crystal Structures in Lateral Extensional Thin-film Piezoelectric on Silicon Micromechanical Resonators , Abdulrahman Alsolami

Analysis of Computational Modeling Methods as Applied to Single-Crystal Organohalide Perovskites , Jon M. Bebeau

Development of a Monolithic Implantable Neural Interface from Cubic Silicon Carbide and Evaluation of Its MRI Compatibility , Mohammad Beygi

Performance Enhancement Techniques for Next-Generation Multi-Service Communication and Medical Cyber-Physical Systems , Ali Fatih Demir

Microfluidically Reconfigurable Millimeter-Wave Switches, Antenna Arrays and Filters with Fast-Actuation Using Movable Metallized Plates and Integrated Actuation , Enrique J. Gonzalez Carvajal

Multilayered Transmission Lines, Antennas and Phased Arrays with Structurally Integrated Control Electronics Using Additive Manufacturing , Merve Kacar

Cost Efficient Algorithms and Methods for Spectral Efficiency in Future Radio Access , Murat Karabacak

Design of DeLRo Autonomous Delivery Robot and AI Based Localization , Tolga Karakurt

Theory, Fabrication, and Characterization of Perovskite Phototransistor , Fatemeh Khorramshahi

Modeling and Control of Renewable Energy in Grids and Microgrids , Yin Li

Next-Generation Self-Organizing Communications Networks: Synergistic Application of Machine Learning and User-Centric Technologies , Chetana V. Murudkar

Reliability Analysis of Power Grids and its Interdependent Infrastructures: An Interaction Graph-based Approach , Upama Nakarmi

Algorithms Enabling Communications in the Presence of Adjacent Channel Interference , Berker Peköz

Electrospun Nanofibrous Membrane Based Glucose Sensor with Integration of Potentiostat Circuit , Kavyashree Puttananjegowda

Service Provisioning and Security Design in Software Defined Networks , Mohamed Rahouti

Reading and Programming Spintronic Devices for Biomimetic Applications and Fault-tolerant Memory Design , Kawsher Ahmed Roxy

Implementation of SR Flip-Flop Based PUF on FPGA for Hardware Security , Sai Praneeth Sagi

Trauma Detection Personal Locator Beacon System , Sakshi Sharma

Network Function Virtualization In Fog Networks , Nazli Siasi

Socially Aware Network User Mobility Analysis and Novel Approaches on Aerial Mobile Wireless Network Deployment , Ismail Uluturk

Spatial Stereo Sound Source Localization Optimization and CNN Based Source Feature Recognition , Cong Xu

Hybrid RF Acoustic Resonators and Arrays with Integrated Capacitive and Piezoelectric Transducers , Adnan Zaman

Theses/Dissertations from 2019 2019

Fabrication and Characterization of Electrical Energy Storage and Harvesting Energy Devices Using Gel Electrolytes , Belqasem Aljafari

Phasor Measurement Unit Data-Based Steady State and Dynamic Model Estimation , Anas Almunif

Cross Layer-based Intrusion Detection System Using Machine Learning for MANETs , Amar Amouri

Power Conditioning System on a Micro-Grid System , Tamoghna Banerjee

Thermal Response in a Field Oriented Controlled Three-phase Induction Motor , Niyem Mawenbe Bawana

Design and Development of a Wireless EEG System Integrated into a Football Helmet , Akshay V. Dunakhe

Machine Learning, Game Theory Algorithms, and Medium Access Protocols for 5G and Internet-of-Thing (IoT) Networks , Mohamed Elkourdi

Improving Stability by Enhancing Critical Fault Clearing Time , Ammara M. Ghani

RF Power Circuit Designs for Wi-Fi Applications , Krishna Manasa Gollapudi

Enhancing Secrecy and Capacity of Wireless Systems Using Directive Communications , Mohammed A. Hafez

Statistical Anomaly Detection and Mitigation of Cyber Attacks for Intelligent Transportation Systems , Ammar Haydari

Absorber and Window Study – CdSexTe1-x/CdTe Thin Film Solar Cells , Chih-An Hsu

Methods and Algorithms to Enhance the Security, Increase the Throughput, and Decrease the Synchronization Delay in 5G Networks , Asim Mazin

Piezoelectric ZnO Nanowires as a Tunable Interface Material for Opto-Electronic Applications , Anand Kumar Santhanakrishna

Security Framework for the Internet of Things Leveraging Network Telescopes and Machine Learning , Farooq Israr Ahmed Shaikh

Diversity and Network Coded 5G Wireless Network Infrastructure for Ultra-Reliable Communications , Nabeel Ibrahim Sulieman

The Design of Passive Networks with Full-Wave Component Models , Eric Valentino

CubeSat Constellation Design for Intersatellite Linking , Michael T. White

Theses/Dissertations from 2018 2018

Design of Micro-Scale Energy Harvesting Systems for Low Power Applications Using Enhanced Power Management System , Majdi M. Ababneh

A Study on the Adaptability of Immune System Principles to Wireless Sensor Network and IoT Security , Vishwa Alaparthy

Validation of Results of Smart Grid Protection through Self-Healing , Felipe Framil Assumpção

A Novel Framework to Determine Physiological Signals From Blood Flow Dynamics , Prashanth Chetlur Adithya

The Effect of Processing Conditions on the Energetic Diagram of CdTe Thin Films Studied by Photoluminescence , Shamara P. Collins

Physical Electronic Properties of Self-Assembled 2D and 3D Surface Mounted Metal-Organic Frameworks , Radwan Elzein

Three Dimensional Direct Print Additively Manufactured High-Q Microwave Filters and Embedded Antennas , Derar Fayez Hawatmeh

Embedded System Design of Low-Power Wearable Bioelectronic Devices , Matthew S. Hopper

Initial Beam Access Schemes for Millimeter Wave Cellular Networks , Mohammed Jasim

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Electrical Engineering Theses and Dissertations

Theses/dissertations from 2023 2023.

Analysis, Measurement, and Modeling of Millimeter Wave Channels for Aviation Applications , Zeenat Afroze

Physics-Based and Behavioral Models for Fuel Cells , Charles Chima Anyim

Novel Structures and Thin Film Techniques for Reconfigurable RF Technologies With Improved Signal Integrity , Jinqun Ge

Quantized State Simulation of Electrical Power Systems , Joseph Micah Hood

Optimization of Ultrawide Bandgap Semiconductor Materials for Heterostructure Field Effect Transistors (HFETs) , Mohi Uddin Jewel

Deep Learning Based Fault Diagnosis and Prognosis for Bearing , Guangxing Niu

High-Performance Wide Bandgap Semiconductor Power Modules Enabled by Advanced Two-Phase Mini-Channel Cooling , Bo Tian

Magnetic Softness Tuned Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles for Highly Efficient Cancer Theranostics , Jie Wang

Theses/Dissertations from 2022 2022

MIMO Antenna Systems for Wireless Handheld Devices , Ahmed H. Abdelgawwad

Applications of Laser Liftoff Technique for Wide Bandgap Power and Flexible Electronics , Md Didarul Alam

Non-intrusive Microwave Surface Wave Technique For Cable Damage and Aging Detection , Ahmed Shah Arman

Pulse Width Modulation-Based Voltage Balancing and Circulating Current Control for Modular Multilevel Converters , Md Multan Biswas

Networked Digital Predictive Control for Modular DC-DC Converters , Castulo Aaron De la O Pérez

Development of Micro-Sized Algan Deep Ultraviolet Light Emitting Diodes and Monolithic Photonic Integrated Circuits , Richard Speight Floyd III

Distributed Interdigital Capacitor (IDC) Sensing for Cable Insulation Aging and Degradation Detection , Md Nazmul Al Imran

Epitaxial 4H-SiC Radiation Detectors for Harsh Environment Applications , Joshua W. Kleppinger

Growth, Characterization and Evaluation of CdZnTeSe Single Crystals for Room Temperature Radiation Detectors , Ritwik Nag

Automated Contingency Management for Water Recycling System , Shijie Tang

Closed Form Implicitly Integrated Models for Computationally Efficient Simulation of Power Electronics , Andrew Wunderlich

Theses/Dissertations from 2021 2021

Real Time Simulation and Hardware in the Loop Methods for Power Electronics Power Distribution Systems , Michele Difronzo

Time-Domain Measurement of Magnetization Dynamics in Ferrofluids , Brian Egenriether

Increased Detectivity and Low Temperature Performance Analysis of Sub-20μm Micropixel Array A1GaN UV Photodiodes , Samia Islam

Operating Strategies and Disturbance Characterization for DC Microgrids , Miles Leonard-Albert

Real-Time Probabilistic Solvers for Digital Twins of Power Electronic Systems , Matthew Aaron Milton

Ultrawide Bandgap Algan-Channel Metal Oxide Semiconductor Heterostructure Field Effect Transistors With High- K Gate Dielectrics , Md Abu Shahab Mollah

Temperature Dependence of Electroluminescence and Current-Voltage Characteristics of Arrays of Deep Ultraviolet Algan Micropixel Led , Dhruvinkumar Prakashchandra Patel

Robust Adaptive Model Predictive Control of Nonlinear Sample-Data Systems , Lixing Yang

Theses/Dissertations from 2020 2020

Methods for Dynamic Stabilization, Performance Improvement, and Load Power Sharing In DC Power Distribution Systems , Hessamaldin Abdollahi

Data-Driven Modeling Through Power Hardware in the Loop Experiments: A PV Micro-Inverter Example , Hayder Dawood Abbood Almukhtar

Novel Multi-User Chirp Signaling Schemes for Future Aviation Communication Applications , Nozhan Hosseini

The Hybridization of a Graphene and Silicon Carbide Schottky Optoelectronic Device by the Incorporation of a Lead Sulfide Quantum Dot Film , Joshua Letton

Channel Modeling and Tropospheric Effects on Millimeter Wave Communications for Aviation Applications , Jinwen Liu

30 GHz Path Loss Modeling and Performance Evaluation for Noncoherent M-ary Frequency Shift Keying in the 30 GHz Band , Mohanad Razak Mohsen

Room Temperature Semiconductor Radiation Detectors Based on CdZnTe and CdZnTeSe , Mohsin Sajjad

Optimization of Vehicle to Grid System in a Power System With Unit Commitment , Charles Uko

Design of High Efficiency Wireless Power Thansfer System With Nonlinear Resonator , Yibing Zhang

Theses/Dissertations from 2019 2019

DC Bus Stabilization and Dynamic Performance Improvement of a Multi-Converter System , Silvia Arrua

Fabrication and Characterization of Thin Films for Heterojunction Solar Cells and Radiation Detectors , Towhid A. Chowdhury

Low Frequency Injection as a Method of Low-Level DC Microgrid Communication , Matthew Davidson

Modeling and Loss Analysis of SiC Power Semiconductor Devices for Switching Converter Applications , Soheila Eskandari

Path Loss Models for Two Small Airport Indoor Environments at 31 GHz , Alexander L. Grant

Wireless RF Induced Energy Absorption and Heating of Lanthanum-Nickel Alloy in the Near-Field , Michael Dillon Lindsay

Fractional Order and Virtual Variable Sampling Design of Repetitive Control for Power Converters , Zhichao Liu

Curbside Antenna to Vehicle Path Loss Measurements and Modeling in Three Frequency Bands , Patrick Murphy

Finite Element Electromagnetic (EM) Analyses of Induction Heating of Thermoplastic Composites , Ankit Patel

Constrained Consensus in Continuous-Time Multi-Agent Systems , Zheqing Zhou

Theses/Dissertations from 2018 2018

Study Of 4H-SiC And ALxGA1-xN Based Heterojunction Devices For Ultraviolet Detection Applications , Venkata Surya Naga Raju Chava

Photovoltaic Inverter Control to Sustain High Quality of Service , Yan Chen

Novel Wideband EBG Structures For Isolation Improvement Between Cosite Antennas , Paul John Czeresko III

High Resolution Radiation Detectors Based On 4H-SiC N-Type Epitaxial Layers And Pixilated CdZnTe Single Crystal Devices , Cihan Oner

Ku-Band AG Channel Modeling , Albert Smith

Quantifying Time Retarded Electromagnetic Fields and Their Applications in Transmission Lines , Brandon Thomas Gore

Structurally Integrated Reconfigurable Wideband Array For Conformal Applications , Michael Damon Wright

Multifunction Radio Frequency Composite Structures , David L. Zeppettella

Theses/Dissertations from 2017 2017

Dynamic Model and Control of Quadrotor in the Presence of Uncertainties , Courage Agho

Ultra High-Speed Signaling and Return on Technology Investment (ROTI) for the Electrical Interconnects Sector , Azniza Abd Aziz

High Quality Low Offcut 4h-Sic Epitaxy and Integrated Growth of Epitaxial Graphene for Hybrid Graphene/Sic Devices , Anusha Balachandran

Cable Health Monitoring System Built Into Power Converter Using Time Domain Reflectometry , Hossein Baninajar

Low Bandwidth Communication for Networked Power Hardware-In-The-Loop Simulation , Sean Borgsteede

Fault Protection In DC Microgrids Based On Autonomous Operation Of All Components , Qiu Deng

Distributed Optimization Method for Intelligent Control of DC Microgrids , Yuanyuan Fan

Three Segment Adaptive Power Electronic Compensator for Non-periodic Currents , Amin Ghaderi

Study of Mos2 and Graphene-Based Heterojunctions for Electronic and Sensing Applications , Ifat Jahangir

Evaluation Of Multicarrier Air Interfaces In The Presence Of Interference For L-Band And C-Band Air-Ground Communications , Hosseinali Jamal

Analysis and Design of a Highly Compact Ellipse-Shaped Ultra-Wideband Bandpass Filter (Uwb-Bpf) with a Notched Band , Xuetan Liu

Study of Ultra Wide Band Gap AlxGa1-xN Field Effect Transistors For Power Electronic Applications , Sakib Mohammed Muhtadi

Growth and Characterization of Anisotropic GaSe Semiconductor for Radiation Detection and THz Applications , Haseeb Nazir

Physical Characterization of Electrodeposited PCB Copper Foil Surfaces , Blessing Kolawole Ojo

Wideband Low Side Lobe Aperture Coupled Patch Phased Array Antennas , Dhruva Poduval

Software Modelling For Real World Faults On AC Transmission Protective Systems Analysis And Effects , Iandale Tualla

Improved N-Type 4h-Sic Epitaxial Layer Radiation Detectors and Noise Analysis of Front-End Readout Electronics , Khai V. Nguyen

Integrating Nano-Patterned Ferromagnetic and Ferroelectric Materials For Smart Tunable Microwave Applications , Tengxing Wang

An Application of Dempster-Shafer Fusion Theory to Lithium-ion Battery Prognostics and Health Management , John Weddington

A Lebesgue Sampling based Diagnosis and Prognosis Methodology with Application to Lithium-ion Batteries , Wuzhao Yan

Theses/Dissertations from 2016 2016

Positive Feedforward Control Design For Stabilization Of A Single-Bus DC Power Distribution System Using An Improved Impedance Identification Technique , Silvia Arrúa

Simulation Of GaN Based MIS Varactor , Bojidha Babu

High Gain Pattern Reconfigurable Antenna Arrays for Portable and Body-Centric Wireless Applications , Nowrin Hasan Chamok

An Improved Ship Design Tool for Comparing Performance of Multiple Ship Designs across User-Defined Missions , Helder Jose de Almeida Pais

Estimating Local Average Power In A Line-Of-Sight Indoor Channel: Spatial Sampling And Processing , Israt Jahan Disha

Time-Domain Measurement Of Ultrafast Magnetization Dynamics In Magnetic Nanoparticles , Brian Egenriether

Finite Control Set Model Predictive Control Of Direct Matrix Converter And Dual-Output Power Converters , Ozan Gulbudak

Distributed Optimization And Control Of Islanded Microgrids , Md Rishad Hossain

Engineering Model Of III-Nitride Power Heterostructure Field Effect Transistor On Silicon Substrate , Mohammad Mirwazul Islam

A Comparison Of FPGA Implementation Of Latency-Based Solvers For Power Electronic System Real-Time Simulation , Matthew Aaron Milton

Investigation Of Wide Bandgap Semiconductor Devices For Radiation Detection Applications , Rahmi Orhon Pak

Modeling and Loss Analysis of Wide Bandgap Power Semiconductor Devices , Kang Peng

Miniaturized RF Components With A Novel Tunable Engineered Substrate For Wireless Communication Systems , Yujia Peng

Wireless Channel Modeling For Networks On Chips , William Rayess

Comparative Analysis Of Current Control Methods For Modular Multilevel Converters , Jordan D. Rogers

Applications Of Impedance Identification To Electric Ship System Control And Power Hardware-In-The-Loop Simulation , Jonathan Siegers

System Level Analysis And Design For Wireless Inter-Chip Interconnection Communication Systems By Applying Advanced Wireless Communication Technologies , Xin Zheng

Theses/Dissertations from 2015 2015

Design, Fabrication, and Characterization of Pseudomorphic and Quasi-Pseudomorphic AlGaN Based Deep Ultraviolet Light Emitting Diodes Over Sapphire , Fatima Asif

III-V Nitride Based Microcantilever Heaters for Unique Multimodal Detection of Volatile Organic Compounds at Low Temperature , Ifat Jahangir

Defect Characterization of 4H-SIC by Deep Level Transient Spectroscopy (DLTS) and Influence of Defects on Device Performance , Mohammad Abdul Mannan

AN INVESTIGATION INTO QUASI-TUNABLE RF PASSIVE CIRCUIT DESIGN , Terry L. Moss

Fabrication and Characterization of Graphene based Biocompatible Ion-Sensitive Field Effect Transistor (ISFET) , Rina Patel

Investigation of Modular Multilevel Converter Performance under Non-Ideal Distribution System Conditions , Rostan Rodrigues

Technology Development and Characterization of AIInN/GaN HEMTs for High Power Application , Mahbuba Sultana

Dual-Band Non-Stationary Channel Modeling for the Air-Ground Channel , Ruoyu Sun

Graphene Based Heterojunctions for Nano-Electronic and Sensing Applications , Md A. Uddin

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  • Publication RF Amplification and Filtering Techniques for Cellular Receivers ( University College Dublin. School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 2021 ) Bozorg, Amir   The usage of various wireless standards, such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, and 4G/5G cellular, has been continually increasing. In order to utilize the frequency bands efficiently and to support new communication standards with lower power consumption, lower occupied volume and at reduced costs, multimode transceivers, software defined radios (SDRs), cognitive radios, etc., have been actively investigated. Broadband behavior of a wireless receiver is typically defined by its front-end low-noise amplifier (LNA), whose design must consider trade-offs between input matching, noise figure (NF), gain, bandwidth, linearity, and voltage headroom in a given process technology. Moreover, monolithic RF wireless receivers have been trending toward high intermediatefrequency (IF) or superhetrodyne radios thanks to recent breakthroughs in silicon integration of band-pass channel-select filters. The main motivation is to avoid the common issues in the currently predominant zero/low-IF receivers, such as poor 2nd-order nonlinearity, sensitivity to 1/f (i.e. flicker) noise and time-variant dc offsets, especially in the fine CMOS technology. To avoid interferers and blockers at the susceptible image frequencies that the high-IF entails, band-pass filters (BPF) with high quality (Q) factor components for sharp transfer-function transition characteristics are now required. In addition, integrated low-pass filters (LPF) with strong rejection of out-of-band frequency components are essential building blocks in a variety of applications, such as telecommunications, video signal processing, anti-aliasing filtering, etc. Attention is drawn toward structures featuring low noise, small area, high in-/out-of-band linearity performance, and low-power consumption. This thesis comprises three main parts. In the first part (Chapters 2 and 3), we focus on the design and implementation of several innovative wideband low-noise (transconductance) amplifiers [LN(T)A] for wireless cellular applications. In the first design, we introduce new approaches to reduce the noise figure of the noise-cancellation LNAs without sacrificing the power consumption budget, which leads to NF of 2 dB without adding extra power consumption. The proposed LNAs also have the capability to be used in current-mode receivers, especially in discrete-time receivers, as in the form of low noise transconductance amplifier (LNTA). In the second design, two different two-fold noise cancellation approaches are proposed, which not only improve the noise performance of the design, but also achieve high linearity (IIP3=+4.25 dBm). The proposed LN(T)As are implemented in TSMC 28-nm LP CMOS technology to prove that they are suitable for applications such as sub-6 GHz 5G receivers. The second objective of this dissertation research is to invent a novel method of band-pass filtering, which leads to achieving very sharp and selective band-pass filtering with high linearity and low input referred (IRN) noise (Chapter 4). This technique improves the noise and linearity performance without adding extra clock phases. Hence, the duty cycle of the clock phases stays constant, despite the sophisticated improvements. Moreover, due to its sharp filtering, it can filter out high blockers of near channels and can increase the receiver’s blocker tolerance. With the same total capacitor size and clock duty cycle as in a 1st-order complex charge-sharing band-pass filter (CS BPF), the proposed design achieves 20 dB better out-of-band filtering compared to the prior-art 1st-order CS BPF and 10 dB better out-of-band filtering compared to the conventional 2nd-order C-CS BPF. Finally, the stop-band rejection of the discrete-time infinite-impulse response (IIR) lowpass filter is improved by applying a novel technique to enhance the anti-aliasing filtering (Chapter 5). The aim is to introduce a 4th-order charge rotating (CR) discrete-time (DT) LPF, which achieves the record of stop-band rejection of 120 dB by using a novel pseudolinear interpolation technique while keeping the sampling frequency and the capacitor values constant.   45
  • Publication Frequency Control of Virtual Power Plants ( University College Dublin. School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 2022 ) Zhong, Weilin   ; 0000-0001-6737-4873 The Virtual Power Plant (VPP) concept refers to the aggregation of Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) such as solar and wind power plants, Energy Storage Systems (ESSs), flexible loads, and communication networks, all coordinated to operate as a single generating unit. Using as starting point a comprehensive literature review of the VPP concept and its frequency regulation technologies, the thesis proposes a variety of frequency control and state estimation approaches of VPPs, as follows. First, the thesis studies the impact of coordinated frequency control of VPPs on power system transients, in which ESSs are utilized to provide fast frequency regulation. The thesis also proposes a simple yet effective coordinated control of DERs and ESSs able to integrate the total active power output of the DERs, and, thus, to improve the overall power system dynamic performance. The impact of topology on the primary frequency regulation of VPPs is also investigated. With this regard, two types of VPPs topologies are considered, that is, a topology where the DERs that compose the VPP are scattered all-over the transmission grid; and a topology where the DERs are all connected to the same distribution system that is connected to the rest of the transmission grid through a single bus. Next, the thesis proposes a control scheme to improve the dynamic response of power systems through the automatic regulators of converter-based DERs. In this scheme, both active and reactive power control of DERs are varied to regulate both frequency and voltage, as opposed to current practice where frequency and voltage controllers are decoupled. To properly compare the proposed control with conventional schemes, the thesis also defines a metric that captures the combined effect of frequency/voltage response at any given bus of the network. Finally, the thesis presents an on-line estimation method to track the equivalent, time-varying inertia as well as the fast frequency control droop gain provided by VPPs. The proposed method relies on the estimation of the rate of change of the active and reactive power at the point of connection of the VPP with the rest of the grid. It provides, as a byproduct, an estimation of the VPP’s internal equivalent reactance based on the voltage and reactive power variations at the point of connection. Throughout the thesis, the proposed techniques are duly validated through time domain simulations and Monte Carlo simulations, based on real-world network models that include stochastic processes as well as communication delays.   105
  • Publication Low-Complexity Digital Predistortion for 5G Massive MIMO and Handset Transmitters ( University College Dublin. School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 2022 ) Wang, Xiaoyu   The demand for new wireless communication systems to support high mobility and low latency necessitates a rethink of the architecture of wireless communication systems as well as the design of their key components. This thesis presents several novel techniques to solve the major challenges in digital predistortion (DPD) for millimeter wave multi-input multi-output (MIMO) and handset transmitters to lower the hardware cost and computational complexity of the fifth generation (5G) communication systems. The first part of the thesis focuses on the architecture of the MIMO DPD solution for 5G transmitters. To extract DPD model coefficients, a feedback data acquisition path is required. In conventional single-input single-output (SISO) systems, the output is usually acquired directly from the power amplifier (PA) with a coupler. In massive MIMO systems, the number of RF chains is large. Using dedicated feedback paths for each PA separately is not feasible. To lower the hardware cost, a novel data acquisition scheme is proposed to obtain the output signals in far field over the air (OTA) using a single antenna and feedback loop, and then reconstruct the output of each PA. Simulation and experimental results demonstrate that the proposed OTA data acquisition can accurately reconstruct the output of each PA in the MIMO systems and the DPD solutions derived from the reconstructed data can successfully linearize the nonlinear MIMO transmitters. In the multi-user scenario, the nonlinearity of the transmitters varies with the movement of user equipments (UEs), and the DPD model coefficients need to be updated accordingly. To meet the requirement of high mobility, the complexity of the system update must be low. In the second part of the thesis, we present a new DPD system, where DPD model can be updated fast and accurately without capturing PA output or applying costly model extraction algorithms. In the proposed method, nonlinear characteristics of the PA are encoded into low-dimensional PA features using feature extraction algorithms. To identify DPD model coefficients, PA features are extracted first and the DPD model coefficients are then generated directly by DPD generator with PA features. Experimental results show that the proposed DPD solution can linearize PA with very low complexity compared to that using the conventional solutions. Finally, the focus shifts to handset transmitters. Conventionally, DPD is usually deployed for high power base stations. With the continuously increasing bandwidth, DPD may also be required for handset PAs in 5G communication systems. Different from the models used for base stations, DPD model for handset PAs must have very low complexity because of the stringent power budget limit. At the same time, the tolerance for load mismatch must also be considered. The third part of the thesis analyzes the characteristics of handset PAs with load mismatch and introduces a low-complexity DPD model based on magnitude-selective affine (MSA) function. Experimental results demonstrate that the extended MSA (EMSA) model shows better linearization performance while keeping much lower complexity than the conventional DPD models.   9
  • Publication Circularly Polarized Antennas for 5G Millimetre-Wave Communications ( University College Dublin. School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 2022 ) Sadeghi-Marasht, Samaneh   The need of a higher data rate, lower latency, and cost efficiency led to the fifth-generation (5G) emerging as a new communication standard. This generation includes many unused frequencies with high available bandwidth channels that can provide higher capacities such as millimeter-wave (mm-wave) bands. One of the main challenges of working at high frequencies of this generation is path loss that needs to be addressed. To overcome this issue, a high gain antenna with a small size is required. Consequently, the first major question arises: how to effectively increase the gain and efficiency of the antenna at a high frequency with a small size. Importantly, it is vital to transport as much as data is possible without any sensitivity to the alignment of the transmitter or receiver antenna that can be satisfied by using circularly polarized (CP) radiating waves. Thus, the second research question emerges: how to provide high gain small size antenna with CP at high frequencies. To address the first two major research questions in this thesis we designed a miniature dual-band CP antenna that works at 28 GHz and 38 GHz with high gain. This antenna can be implemented in mobile devices, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), and base stations (BSs) because of the small sizes of 11 × 14 × 0.508 mm3. For getting a deep insight into the structure and the design procedures of the dual-band antenna, characteristic mode analysis (CMA) is employed. Note that the CMA is not sensitive to the feeding position and the material in this analysis is not lossy. Therefore, after using CMA, the optimization is conducted in the full-wave simulation as the feeding is added to the structure, and the material is lossy. The single CP antenna covered the bands of 27-28.4 GHz and 34.7-40 GHz, with a maximum gain of 6.3 dBiC and 5.51 dBiC at 28 GHz and 38 GHz, respectively, whereas the radiation efficiency is 94% and 96% with the ARBW of 2.5% and 1.5%. A phased antenna array is then constructed to provide a higher gain for this designed dual-band antenna. In a phased antenna array we consider four designed single element antennas close to each other to create a 2 × 2 antenna array with high gain at 28 GHz and 38 GHz. For a 4 × 4 antenna array, an electromagnetic band-gap (EBG) is used to reduce the mutual coupling between elements in the array. The radiating signals will be sent to different users with circular polarization via electronic beamforming. The position of each antenna element is also optimized to provide the constructive radiating wave towards our desired directions. The array was able to steer the beam between -26.5 to 29.5 degrees for the lower band and -29.5 to 35.5 degrees for the higher band with the maximum gain of 12.8 dBiC and 11.5 dBiC, respectively. Another method to enhance the gain is implementing a lens structure in front of the radiating antenna. Here, a significant challenge is to maintain the CP of the incoming CP wave while the gain is increased. Therefore, the third research question is how to design a lens with the capability of enhancing the gain and keeping the CP when the lens is fed by a CP antenna source. Concerning the third major research question, in this thesis, we designed a CP lens structure. First, a multi-layer lens with a thickness of 2.03 mm was designed, and then a one-layer lens structure with a thickness of just 0.508 mm was made. The lens was located in front of different radiating antennas. These lens structures resulted in significant gain enhancement for various feeding antennas working at 28 GHz. The unit cell of the one-layer lens can provide a broad phase shift compared to the multi-layer counterpart. The proposed lens structures not only increased the gain of the incoming CP wave but also kept its polarization to overcome the issues of reflectivity, absorption, inclement weather, and mis   16
  • Publication Contributions to the theory and development of low-jitter bang-bang integrated frequency synthesizers ( University College Dublin. School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 2022 ) Avallone, Luca   The advent of next-generation wireless standards demands ever-increasing data-rate communication systems. It mainly involves a higher carrier frequency to take advantage of wider bandwidth channels and more complex modulation schemes to pack more information into each symbol. In this context, the bottleneck is represented by the frequency synthesizer used to generate the local oscillator signal for the transceiver, which has to operate under stringent low output jitter requirements. Such performance must be provided at low power dissipation and area consumption in order to meet the requirements of low-cost and high integration level of the modern communication systems. The digital phase locked loop architecture can meet the required jitter performance while synthesizing fractional-N frequencies. Such PLLs offer significant advantages over their traditional analog counterpart in terms of area occupation, flexibility and scalability in advanced deep sub-µm CMOS technologies. The digital PLL topology based on a bang-bang phase detector, denoted bang-bang PLL, which is a single bit digital phase detector, leads to a less complex and more power-efficient architecture, but, on the other hand, it also introduces a hard nonlinearity in the loop, making the analysis of the bang-bang topology more challenging than in the multi-bit case. A comprehensive phase noise analysis of bang-bang digital PLLs is presented which overcomes the limitations of previous models and it is valid in all cases where physical noise sources (i.e. reference and DCO) are dominant with respect to quantization errors. In particular, (i) input-referred jitter is estimated by means of a linear time-domain analysis derived from a nonlinear DPLL model, and (ii) phase noise spectra are predicted using a discrete-time domain model that accounts for time-variant effects that arise from the intrinsic multirate nature of the DPLL. The possibility of accurately determining the DPLL jitter and phase noise spectra, enabled by the novel analysis presented in this thesis, is key to significantly speeding up the design-space exploration phase, since it allows one to perform quick and precise parametric sweeps. However, even when designed properly, bang-bang PLLs are affected by the unavoidable bang-bang phase detector quantization noise, which is added on top of the intrinsic reference and DCO phase noise. The quantization noise can be appreciated in the PLL's output spectrum as increased in band noise with respect to the analog counterpart, that, in fact, still achieves superior performance in terms of jitter-power. This results in worse integrated jitter performance for the same intrinsic levels of reference and oscillator phase noise. To overcome the binary phase detector quantization noise in DPLLs, state-of-the-art works rely on a multi-bit time-to-digital converter to digitize the PLL phase error with a physical resolution below the input jitter, leading to increased design complexity, with an associated area and power penalty. In order to overcome the ultimate limit of the bang-bang PLL, a digital PLL based on a bang-bang phase detector with adaptively optimized noise shaping has been fabricated in a 28nm CMOS process. The prototype occupies a core area of 0.21 mm2 and draws 10.8 mW power from a 0.9 V supply. The integrated jitter is 69.52 fs and 80.72 fs for the integer-N and the fractional-N case, respectively. Achieving a jitter-power figure-of-merit of -251.5 dB in fractional-N mode, the proposed system effectively bridges the gap to analog implementations. The first chapter of this work is introductory, and is intended to give some background information needed to underpin the remaining part of the thesis. The following chapters, 2, 3 and 4, collect the results achieved during the PhD activity, and each of them is associated with a publication. In the last chapter, conclusions are drawn and the open points are discussed in order to be considered for future work.   157
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  • Evaluation of a hybrid LiFi/PLC communication system (Bachelor/Master’s Thesis) Advisor(s): Anatolij Zubow
  • Extension of the ns3 network simulator to support intelligent reflecting surfaces (Bachelor/Master’s Thesis) Advisor(s): Anatolij Zubow
  • Mobile Target Detection via Integrated Sensing and Communication (Masters Thesis) Advisor(s): Atefeh Rezaei
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  • Modeling of Outdoor Vehicular Visible Light Communication Channel (Master’s Thesis) Advisor(s): Agon Memedi and Anatolij Zubow
  • Impact of Interference by Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces on Inter-Vehicle Communication (Master Thesis) Advisor(s): Joana Angjo and Tolja Zubow

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  • Design and Comparative Analysis of a Continuously-Reassigning Platoon Formation Algorithm (Bachelor Thesis) Advisor(s): Julian Heinovski
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  • Evaluation of techniques for multiple transmitter localization in crowdsourced spectrum sensing (Master's Thesis) Advisor: A. Zubow
  • Networked Control for Tight Safety Scenarios (Master's Thesis) Advisor: M. Schettler and F. Dressler

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  • Christos Laskos, " Mobile mmWave Beam Tracking using Deep Q-Network Learning ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), December 2023. (Advisors: Anatolij Zubow and Sigrid Dimce ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Arno Bock, " Design and Comparative Analysis of a Continuously-Reassigning Platoon Formation Algorithm ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), December 2023. (Advisor: Julian Heinovski ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Isabel von Stebut, " Resilience through Cross-Technology-Communication ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), October 2023. (Advisor: Anatolij Zubow ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Alexey Hramov, " Device-free Indoor Localization based on Wi-Fi Fine Timing Measurements ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), September 2023. (Advisor: Anatolij Zubow ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Emirali Caferzade, " Modeling and Simulating Chemotaxis Bacteria Networks with Drift in MATLAB ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), September 2023. (Advisor: Jorge Torres Gómez ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Daniel Neumann, " Reliable Data Storage within Vehicular Micro Clouds (VMCs) ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), July 2023. (Advisors: Max Schettler and Fabian Missbrenner ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Xueting Zhang, " Load management in a Distributed Intrusion Detection System ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), July 2023. (Advisor: Hossein Doroud ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Xin Li, " Explainability of NN-based Detectors in MIMO Molecular Channels ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), July 2023. (Advisor: Jorge Torres Gómez ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Min He Jo, " Intelligent Container Migrations in an Urban Vehicular Virtual Edge ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), July 2023. (Advisor: Gurjashan Singh Pannu ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Saarujan Sritharan, " Reacting to Intra-Platoon Mobility Problems using Follower Feedback ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), July 2023. (Advisor: Julian Heinovski ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Eric Gu, " Realistic Simulation of Emergency Vehicles in SUMO ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), July 2023. (Advisors: Julian Heinovski and Tobias Hardes ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Christoph Sommer ) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Qing Miao, " Improved Emergency Vehicle Pass-through Using V2V Communication ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), June 2023. (Advisors: Julian Heinovski and Tobias Hardes ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Christoph Sommer ) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Wenyuan Hou, " Simulative study of envisioned LiFi-PLC network ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), May 2023. (Advisor: Anatolij Zubow ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Kim Felix Petto, " Presence Detection using Channel State Information from 802.11 WiFi ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), May 2023. (Advisor: Anatolij Zubow ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Rebecca Corinna Pampu, " Identification of the Signal Source among Multiple Simultaneous Senders in an Air-based Molecular Communication Channel ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), January 2023. (Advisor: Lukas Stratmann ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Abdalrhman Mhrok, " Abnormality Detection in Blood Vessels via Mobile Nanosensors ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), January 2023. (Advisor: Jorge Torres Gómez ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • " On Time Constraints for Internet-Connected Virtual Cycling Environments ," Master's Thesis, Department of Computer Science, Paderborn University (UPB), December 2022. (Advisors: Falko Dressler and Lukas Stratmann ; Referees: Florian Klingler and Falko Dressler )
  • Nils Einfeldt, " Design of a Low-Cost Software-Defined Radio System Based on Waveform Emulation ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), November 2022. (Advisor: Anatolij Zubow ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Yago Agustin Illing Arizti, " Feasibility Study of the DyMoNet Approach ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), November 2022. (Advisors: Gurjashan Singh Pannu and Fabian Missbrenner ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Sascha Rösler , " Opportunistic Routing in LoRa-based Wireless Mesh Networks ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), October 2022. (Advisor: Anatolij Zubow ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Arndt Busse, " Simulation Model of the DyMoNet Architecture ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), October 2022. (Advisor: Gurjashan Singh Pannu ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Tian Xia, " Strategies for Coexistence of 802.11 Wi-Fi and LTE in Context of Low Latency Communications ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), September 2022. (Advisor: Anatolij Zubow ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Martin Kappen, " A Software-based Prototype for Integration of LiFi in Heterogeneous Layer-2 Networks ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), September 2022. (Advisor: Kai Lennert Bober ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Volker Jungnickel) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Clemens Henrich Pago, " Opt-LTE: LTE over an Optical Wireless Channel ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), August 2022. (Advisor: Anatolij Zubow ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Thanh Son Tran, " Study of IRS Assignment Strategies in Cooperative IRS-Aided Communication ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), August 2022. (Advisor: Anatolij Zubow ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Niels Raddatz, " Evaluation of a reinforcement learning approach for interference management in WiFi ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), July 2022. (Advisor: Anatolij Zubow ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Robert Jaschek, " Using Reinforcement Learning for Management of Fixed Wireless Access Networks ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), July 2022. (Advisor: Sebastian Bräuer ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Jonathan Simon Burggraf, " Modeling and Simulating Chemotaxis Bacteria Networks in MATLAB ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), July 2022. (Advisor: Jorge Torres Gómez ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Hendrik Bojan Lottermoser, " Experimentelle Evaluation des 802.11 FTM Protokolls mit COTS WiFi Hardware ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), June 2022. (Advisor: Anatolij Zubow ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Waldemar Faist, " Coordinated Coexistence of LoRa and Wi-Fi in Unlicensed 2.4 GHz ISM Radio Band ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), June 2022. (Advisor: Anatolij Zubow ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Lukas Tim Karal, " Development of a Virtual IP Overlay Network for experimental Investigations of Routing-Protocols for Teaching Purposes ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), June 2022. (Advisor: Berthold Rathke ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Wilko Reichwein) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Qi Yu, " Investigating Cooperative Join and Merge Maneuvers for Platoons on Freeways ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), May 2022. (Advisor: Julian Heinovski ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Maximilian W. Gotthardt, " Evaluation of protocols for control stage lighting ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), March 2022. (Advisor: Anatolij Zubow ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Matis Tartié, " Modelling the Human Circulatory System with Electric Circuits ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), March 2022. (Advisor: Jorge Torres Gómez ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Timo Schlegel, " Design of a V2V-based Cooperative Re-Ordering Maneuver for Platoons on Freeways ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), February 2022. (Advisor: Julian Heinovski ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Paola Cecilia Torrico Morón, " UWB Mesh Network and Positioning for Multi-robot Systems ," Master's Thesis, Telecommunication Networks Group (TKN), TU Berlin (TUB), January 2022. (Advisor: Tomi Westerlund; Referees: Falko Dressler and Tomi Westerlund) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Shuangrui Liu, " Predicting V2X mmWave Link-State at Intersections ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), January 2022. (Advisor: Max Schettler ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Leon Winkelmann, " A Framework for Generation of Typical Experiment Scenarios for VRU Safety within the VCE ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), November 2021. (Advisor: Julian Heinovski ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Julia Mandana Horvath, " Analysing the Proposed Communication Protocol for Multi-Brand Truck Platooning in Europe ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), November 2021. (Advisors: Julian Heinovski , Dominik S. Buse and Max Schettler ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ DOI , BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Ahmad Alaswad, " Encrypted Traffic Detection: Beyond The Port-number Era ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), September 2021. (Advisor: Hossein Doroud ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Alexander Mauren, " Simulation of a Hybrid Sensor Network ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), September 2021. (Advisors: Johannes Blobel and Andreas Fischer; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Thomas Kapp, " Speeding-Up Snort with Traffic Classification ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), September 2021. (Advisor: Hossein Doroud ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Omar Alkhateeb, " Adaptive Anomaly Detection: Batch Learning ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), September 2021. (Advisor: Hossein Doroud ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Vivien Annabelle Jiranek, " Automatic Positioning of Street Signs from Map Data for Virtual Cycling Environment ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), August 2021. (Advisor: Lukas Stratmann ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • " Dooring as a Hazard for Bicyclists - Modelling Hazard Scenarios in an Interactive Real-time 3D Simulation ," Master's Thesis, Department of Computer Science, Paderborn University (UPB), August 2021. (Advisors: Ingrid Scharlau and Falko Dressler ; Referees: Ingrid Scharlau and Falko Dressler )
  • Tasaprom Suptongchai, " Data Management Strategies for Vehicular Micro Clouds using DSRC and D2D Hybrid Networks ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), July 2021. (Advisor: Gurjashan Singh Pannu ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Konstantin Köhler, " Modeling Cyclist Behavior in SUMO based on the SimRa Dataset ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), July 2021. (Advisors: Ahmet-Serdar Karakaya and Julian Heinovski ; Referees: David Bermbach and Falko Dressler ) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Christos Laskos, " Extension of ns-3 Network Simulator to support WiFi-based Fine Time Measurement (FTM) for Indoor Ranging and Positioning ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), June 2021. (Advisor: Anatolij Zubow ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Julian Bilden, " A V2X-based Framework for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems for Vulnerable Road Users ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), May 2021. (Advisors: Julian Heinovski and Lukas Stratmann ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Nicolas Emanuel Burda, " Untersuchung der Eignung einer SDR/C-RAN-basierten Architektur für Wireless LAN ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), March 2021. (Advisor: Anatolij Zubow ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Jirapa Lapanant, " The Impact of Dynamicity while Placing Multi-Resolution Sensor Logs in a Cloud-Fog Topology ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), March 2021. (Advisor: Daniel Happ ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Pimpisa Watthanavarangkul, " Optimally Placing Multi-Resolution Sensor Logs and Brokers in a Cloud-Fog Topology ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), March 2021. (Advisor: Daniel Happ ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • " Future-based Acceleration of V2X Simulation ," Bachelor Thesis, Department of Computer Science, Paderborn University (UPB), February 2021. (Advisor: Dominik S. Buse ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Christian Plessl)
  • Dominic Simon, " Device-free Passive Localization using Millimeter Wave Radios ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), January 2021. (Advisor: Anatolij Zubow ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Julius Ostermann, " Analyzing and predicting Topic Behaviour on public MQTT Servers ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), January 2021. (Advisor: Daniel Happ ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Martin Strunz, " Design of a Cooperative Overtaking Algorithm for Platoons on Freeways ," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), December 2020. (Advisor: Julian Heinovski ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora) [ DOI , BibTeX , Details... ]
  • Martin Fleischer, " Centralized Management of 802.11 Fixed Wireless Access Networks ," Master's Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), December 2020. (Advisor: Sebastian Bräuer ; Referees: Anatolij Zubow and Thomas Sikora) [ BibTeX , Details... ]
  • " Provisioning radio fallback for directional wireless channels ," Master's Thesis, Department of Computer Science, Paderborn University (UPB), September 2020. (Advisor: Max Schettler ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Christian Scheideler)
  • " Experimental Study on the Coexistence of legacy IEEE 802.11 WLAN and IEEE 802.11ba Wake-Up Radio (WUR) ," Master's Thesis, Department of Computer Science, Paderborn University (UPB), August 2020. (Advisor: Johannes Blobel ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Holger Karl)
  • Anke Kuestner, " A Simulation Framework for Connecting In-Body Nano Communication with Out-of-Body Devices ," Bachelor Thesis, Department of Computer Science, Paderborn University (UPB), June 2020. (Advisors: Lukas Stratmann and Falko Dressler ; Referees: Falko Dressler and Holger Karl) [ DOI , BibTeX , Details... ]

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Study Programmes B.Sc. and M.Sc. Biomedicall Engineering

Theses are possible at any time in cooperation with the Faculty of Medicine at the Goethe University Frankfurt.

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The Uniklinik Frankfurt would like to offer two topics for theses (opens in new tab) . The topics are aimed at all Master's students in our department.

Implementation of an Eigenfrequency-Based Deformation Identification for RF Cavities

Seminar paper, Bachelor thesis, Proseminar, Projectseminar

Department Computational Electromagnetics (CEM)

Supervisors : Anna Ziegler, M.Sc., Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Sebastian Schöps

Announcement as PDF

Konzepte zur Berücksichtigung der (n-1)-Sicherheit in der Lastflussoptimierung im Rahmen des operativen Engpassmanagement

Master thesis

Department Elektrische Energieversorgung unter Einsatz Erneuerbarer Energien (E5)

Supervisor : Manuel Schwenke, M.Sc.

Two-degrees-of-freedom (2DOF) Control for Speed of a DC Motor

Bachelor thesis

Department CCPS

Supervisor : Johannes Pohlodek

Coding for DNA Storage

Bachelor thesis, Master thesis, Projectseminar, Type of work flexible

Department Self-Organizing Systems Lab

Supervisor : Erik Kubaczka

Lab-of-Origin

Split-range control for applications with 2 manipulated control variables, simulative und messtechnische analyse geeigneter elektrodenkonfigurationen für dielektrische spektroskopie bis in den mhz-bereich.

Department Hochspannungstechnik (HST)

Supervisor : Michael Kempf, M.Sc.

Simulation des elektrisch-thermischen Verhaltens fester Isolierstoffe unter Belastung mit hochfrequenter Hochspannung (HFHV)

Messung der dielektrischen kenngrößen fester isolierstoffe bei beanspruchung mit hochfrequenter hochspannung (hfhv), umsetzung eines zentralen regelungskonzeptes im verteilnetz mittels eines gemischt-ganzzahligen nichtlinearen optimierungsproblems in pandapower.

Supervisors : Manuel Schwenke, M.Sc., Felix Korff, M.Sc.

Conception and Development of Posture-Aware Language Models for Automatic Exercise Recognition

Serious Games

Supervisor : Dr.-Ing. Polona Caserman

Assessing the effectiveness of vibro-tactile feedback in bodyweight exercise

Supervisors : Dr.-Ing. Polona Caserman, Dr.-Ing. Thomas Tregel

Automatisierte Labyrinthlösung mit einem JetBots (Micromouse)

Department Fachgebiet Regelungsmethoden und Intelligente Systeme

Supervisor : Linus Groß, M.Sc.

Development of an AI-method for Predicting Protein Synthesis Capability in Microorganisms

Bachelor thesis, Master thesis, Type of work flexible

Supervisor : Philipp Fröhlich

SPD Matrices Reimagined: A Novel Approach to Computer Vision

Development of a stream function approach for accelerator magnet design using the bembel c++ library.

Supervisors : Maximilian Nolte, M.Sc., Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Sebastian Schöps

Predicting Radiated Emissions of eBikes

Institute TEMF

Supervisor : Dr.-Ing. Yvonne Späck-Leigsnering

Genetic Design Automation in Yeast using Protein-Based Logic Circuits

Bachelor thesis, Master thesis

Supervisor : Maik Molderings

Protein based Synthetic Circuits in Yeast using Translocation for improved Kineticss

Technische machbarkeitsanalyse für die integration von pkw-schnellladesäulen in das darmstädter straßenbahnnetz.

Supervisors : Marcel Böhringer, M.Sc., Achraf Kharrat, M.Sc.

Control of Networked Dynamical Systems:

Supervisor : Hoang Hai Nguyen, M.Sc.

Direct Data-driven Approach for System Analysis and Control

Model order reduction for parametric dynamical systems with guaranteed error bounds.

Supervisor : Roland Schurig, M.Sc.

Analysis of a Continuous Lur'e System with Sector-bounded, Slope-restricted Nonlinearities

Event-triggered estimation for biotechnological applications.

Supervisors : Johannes Pohlodek, Lena Kranert, M.Sc.

Kalman Filter for DAEs applied to Lithium-ion Batteries

Supervisors : Johannes Pohlodek, Joachim Schaeffer, M.Sc.

Non-Gaussian Likelihoods for Gaussian Process Regression

Supervisors : Johannes Pohlodek, Rudolph Kok, M.Sc.

Asynchronous Iterative Methods for Efficient Simulation of Electrical Machines

Bachelor thesis, Master thesis, Projectseminar

Supervisors : Mario Mally, M.Sc., Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Sebastian Schöps

Model-based Deep Learning with Applications in Wireless Networks

Department Nachrichtentechnische Systeme (NTS)

Supervisor : Lukas Schynol, M.Sc.

Performance Analysis of Array Calibration for 3-D Imaging with Air-Coupled Ultrasound

Supervisor : Raphael Müller, M.Sc.

OpenCL implementation of ’Volterra’ system models for GPU-accelerated computation

Department Integrierte Elektronische Systeme (IES)

Supervisor : Timo Oster, M.Sc.

Modellierung und Simulation eines Remote Driver Regelungskreises

Supervisor : Ole Hans, M.Sc.

Algorithm comparison for the determination of toroidal harmonics

Supervisors : Luisa Fleig, M.Sc., Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Sebastian Schöps

Identifikation + Modellbildung der Dynamik eines mobilen Roboters

Bipartiter konsensus in linearen multiagentensystemen, transient finite-element simulations of fast-ramping muon-collider magnets.

Bachelor thesis, Master thesis, HiWi Position

Supervisor : Prof. Dr.-Ing. Herbert De Gersem

Geometry/Topology Optimization in High End Lithography

Supervisors : Armin Galetzka , M.Sc., Prof. Dr.-Ing. Herbert De Gersem

Simulation of HVDC Cable Joints

Bachelor thesis, HiWi Position

Supervisors : Maren Greta Ruppert-Schmidt, M.Sc., Dr.-Ing. Yvonne Späck-Leigsnering

Surface Impedance Boundary Conditions for a Scattered Field Formulation

Master thesis, HiWi Position

Supervisors : Jonas Christ, M.Sc., PD Dr. rer. nat. Erion Gjonaj

Axisymmetric Finite Element Models of No-Insulation High-Temperature Superconducting Coils

Supervisors : Erik Schnaubelt, M.Sc., Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Sebastian Schöps

Circuit Coupling for CERN’s Finite Element Quench Simulation (FiQuS) Framework

Directional h2-matrices for high-frequency electromagnetics, gradient-based optimization of electric machines with analytic sensitivities and isogeometric analysis.

Supervisors : Michael Wiesheu, M.Sc., Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Sebastian Schöps

Magneto-Mechanical Coupling of an Electric Motor with Isogeometric Finite Elements

Untersuchung der dielektrischen eigenschaften fester isolierstoffe bei beanspruchung mit hochfrequenter hochspannung bis 50 khz, knowledge graph assisted protein models.

Supervisor : Fengyu Cai

Electrodynamic Model of a Pyrotechnical Switch for High Voltage Battery Systems

Active matter.

Supervisor : Sascha Hauck

Optimization of a 320kV Cable Joint Specimen During Steady State Operation

Supervisor : Maren Greta Ruppert-Schmidt, M.Sc.

Importance Sampling for Failure Probability Estimation

Seminar paper, Bachelor thesis, Master thesis, Projectseminar

Supervisors : Dr.-Ing. Mona Fuhrländer, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Sebastian Schöps

Numerical Simulation of a Plasmonic Niobium Photocathode for SRF Gun Applications

Supervisor : Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Ackermann

Numerical Simulation of SRF Gun Coupler Kicks

Finite-element simulation of eddy-current effects in orbit corrector magnets, finite-element electric-machine simulations accelerated by cheap surrogates, simulation of the electromagnetic properties of accelerator cavities.

Supervisor : Dr. phil. nat. Wolfgang F.O. Müller

Modeling and Simulation of Foil Windings

Bachelor thesis, Master thesis, Projectseminar, HiWi Position

Supervisors : Jonas Bundschuh, M.Sc., Dr.-Ing. Yvonne Späck-Leigsnering

Implementierung einer U/f -Steuerung in MATLAB Simulink für eine dreiphasige Asynchronmaschine

Institute Institut für Elektrische Energiewandlung (EW), Department Elektrische Antriebssysteme (EAS)

Supervisor : M. Sc. Alexander Möller

Umrichterbedingte Zusatzverluste bei Permanentmagnet-Synchronmaschinen am Beispiel einer achtpoligen Maschine mit Oberflächenmagneten

Supervisor : Dr.-Ing. Björn Deusinger

Auslegung eines direktangetriebenen Synchrongenerators mit supraleitender Erregerwicklung für den Einsatz in einer Windkraftanlage

Supervisor : Dr.-Ing. Robin Köster

Berechnung des magnetischen Felds im Stirnraum eines Turbogenerators mithilfe eines 3D-FEM-Modells

Implementierung einer lösungsmethode für das bean-modell der supraleitung als variationsproblem, using fluorescent in situ hybridization (rna-fish) to quantify mrnas in individual saccharomyces cerevisiae.

Supervisor : Yujie Zhong

Auslegung eines supraleitend erregten Homopolargenerators für elektrisches Fliegen

Elektromagnetische auslegung einer fünfphasigen permanentmagneterregten synchronmaschine als riemenstartergenerator, reinforcement learning for drone swarms.

Supervisor : Kai Cui

Predicting times of presence at delivery addresses using machine learning/ deep learning

Seminar paper, Bachelor thesis, Master thesis, Proseminar, Type of work flexible

Supervisor : Dr. Bastian Alt

Development of an AI-method for predicting the ability of protein synthesis in microorganisms

Supervisor : Prof. Dr. techn. Heinz Koeppl

Learning Sequential Chemical Reactions

Supervisor : Christian Wildner

Relaxed continuous time Markov chains

Bayesian optimization for the characterization of synthetic circuits, calibration of phased arrays for acoustic imaging with low-rank tensor approximation techniques.

Bachelor thesis, Master thesis, Proseminar, Projectseminar, Type of work flexible

Entwicklung eines Leistungsschalter-Antriebs nach dem Thomson-Prinzip

Supervisor : Christian Dorsch, M.Sc.

Vergleich und Optimierung von Höchstspannungskabelmodellen zur Simulation von transienten Überspannungen in verkabelten Übertragungsnetzen

Supervisor : Tobias Trautmann, M.Sc.

Analyse und Implementierung von Relative Visual Performance (RVP) Modellen

Bachelor thesis, Proseminar, Projectseminar

Department Lichttechnik

Supervisors : David Hoffmann, M. Sc., Dr.-Ing. Anil Erkan

Optimierung und Untersuchung von melanopisch verstärkten Lichtspektren

Supervisor : Julian Klabes, M.Sc.

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Supervisors : Dr.-Ing. Anil Erkan, Tim Hegemann, M.Sc.

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Supervisor : Dr.-Ing. Alexander Herzog

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Supervisor : Tim Hegemann, M.Sc.

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Using Smartwatches for Measuring the Impact of Blue-Enriched Lighting on Physical Activity

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Aufbau einer hochauflösenden und modularen LED-Sensor Wand

Seminar paper, Bachelor thesis, Diploma thesis, Master thesis

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Bachelor thesis, Diploma thesis, Master thesis

Masterand (m/w/d) bei Porsche

Neuronale netzwerke zur klassifizierung von wolken auf basis von himmelsbildern.

Supervisor : Dr.-Ing. Babak Zandi

Bootstrap Algorithms for Signal Processing

Seminar paper, Bachelor thesis, Master thesis, Proseminar

Department Signalverarbeitung

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Robust Classification and Clustering in Wireless Sensor Networks

Seminar paper, Bachelor thesis, Proseminar

Supervisor : Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Muma

Robust Regression for Estimating the Eyelid Position in Videokeratoscopic Images

Robust model selection for a biomedical application, study related matters (studying, exams etc.).

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Course - bachelor thesis electrical engineering - ieleg2900, course-details-portlet, ieleg2900 - bachelor thesis electrical engineering, examination arrangement.

Examination arrangement: Bachelor thesis Grade: Letter grades

Course content

Themes are selected based on your own subject area

Learning outcome

Knowledge - The candidate

  • has in-depth knowledge of a selected topic within the subject area
  • has knowledge of research and development work within the topic

Skills - The Candidate

  • can identify, formulate and solve a relevant engineering problem
  • can apply knowledge and relevant results from research and development work to solve theoretical, technical and practical problems within the topic of the bachelor thesis and justify their choices
  • can apply engineering methods and be able to work methodically
  • can plan and carry out engineering work

General competence - The candidate

  • imparts professional knowledge to various target groups both in writing and orally in Norwegian and English
  • has insight into scientific honesty and understanding of ethical issues
  • has insight into the environmental, health, social and economic consequences of products and solutions within their field and can put these in an ethical perspective and a life cycle perspective
  • integrates previously acquired knowledge and is able to acquire new knowledge in solving a problem

Learning methods and activities

Carried out in groups of 2-3

  • Pre-project plan
  • Documentation of the work process shall include status reports, meeting notices, meeting minutes and timesheets.
  • Oral presentation in English during the process
  • Preparation of posters (poster) either at the end or during the process
  • Oral presentation of the submitted bachelor thesis

Compulsory assignments

  • Preliminary Project

Further on evaluation

The bachelor thesis and any product are considered as a whole. Group grades are used on a scale of A - F. UHR's Karakterbeskrivelser og vurderingskriterier for sensur av bacheloroppgaver i ingeniørfag are followed

If the bachelor thesis is assessed as Fail or grade F, the student(s) must submit a new thesis. Improvement/reworking is not sufficient. The thesis can present the same topic area with the same empirical/data basis.

The deadline for submitting the bachelor's thesis in engineering education is 20.5 at 12.00 regardless of year. If 20.5 a year falls on a weekend or public holiday, the submission deadline will be the following working day.

Preliminary project will be carried out in early January and must be approved. Assessment of the assignment is made on the basis of the project implementation, the report and the result of the work.

The thesis must reflect on the sustainability relevance of the thesis based on the UN's sustainability goals

Specific conditions

Admission to a programme of study is required: Electrical Engineering (BIELEKTRO)

Recommended previous knowledge

150 credits from courses in the Engineering education

Required previous knowledge

To start on the bachelor's thesis, the student must have passed a minimum of 110 credits out of 120 study-planned credits from the first two years of the education. In addition, all compulsory courses and courses that are included in the study plan, but which are not credit-bearing, must be approved in order to start the bachelor thesis.

Course materials

Determined based on the selected task (subject area)

Credit reductions

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Version: 1 Credits:  20.0 SP Study level: Third-year courses, level III

Term no.: 1 Teaching semester:  AUTUMN 2023

Term no.: 2 Teaching semester:  SPRING 2024

Language of instruction: -

Location: Gjøvik

  • Halgeir Leiknes
  • Arild Moldsvor
  • Fredrik Ege Abrahamsen
  • Ghassan Kraidy
  • Mohammad Derawi
  • Pål Erik Endrerud

Department with academic responsibility Department of Electronic Systems

Examination

Examination arrangement: bachelor thesis.

Submission 2024-05-21

  • * The location (room) for a written examination is published 3 days before examination date. If more than one room is listed, you will find your room at Studentweb.

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