TU BRAUNSCHWEIG
| Carl-Friedrich-Gauß-Faculty | Computer Science
Informatikzentrum

Akiba-Node: System design, development, implementation and evaluation of components for a wireless sensor system

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Supervisor Daniel Röhr
Professor Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Beigl
IBR Group DUS (Prof. Beigl)
Type Master Thesis
Status finished
Start November 1st 2008

Thesis Type:

The DUS research group:

The Distributed and Ubiquitous Systems (DUS) research group works together with well-known international partners from research and industry in the field of ubiquitous and pervasive computing systems.

Ubiquitous Computing:

A vision of ubiquitous computing is the invisible computer. Computer as visible elements of our environment disappear. To the human user, the environment or everyday things become the user interface. All in one computing systems are substituted by specialized, well-designed appliances. The user no longer has the feeling to interact with a computing system but with common everyday objects in his environment.

Project Description:

Im Rahmen der Masterarbeit soll ein neuartiges Sensorknotensystem entwickelt werden. Dieses soll eine möglichst einfache Konfiguration und Wartbarkeit der einzelnen Bestandteile für verschiedene Endabnehmer ermöglichen (z.B. Entwickler oder Anwender von Sensorknoten). Um ein möglichst modulares System zu entwickeln, das in vielen Anwendungsbereichen verwendet werden kann soll im ersten Schritt eine Anforderungsanalyse basierend auf verschiedenen Szenarien durchgeführt werden.

Die Diplomarbeit wird in enger Zusammenarbeit mit Industriepartnern in Japan durchgeführt, die das entwickelte System zur Prognose von Kundenverhalten einsetzen wollen.

In Abspache mit den Industriepartnern werden an dieser Stelle ggf. Informationen hinzugefügt.

Work Context:

We offer:

  • Integration in German, European and international projects
  • Strong connection to practial problem domains and good industry relationships
  • Creative and dynamic working context with a strong international focus
  • Direct contact with the computer science institute and with the research group and its members

We request:

  • communication skills, creativity, self and time management
  • fluent German language skill, English a plus
  • Willingness to acquire new knowledge and its application
  • Personal initiative and presence in the research lab


last changed 2009-07-01, 17:33 by Daniel Röhr
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