| Carl Friedrich Gauß Faculty | Department of Computer Science


Running Theses

Automated Partitioning for Rust ApplicationsBachelor ThesisManuel Niekerunning
Geometric Algorithms for Special Cases of Connected Unlabeled Robot Motion PlanningBachelor ThesisProf. Dr. Sándor P. Feketerunning
New Approaches to Geometric Reconfiguration Problems Under Connectivity ConstraintsBachelor ThesisProf. Dr. Sándor P. Feketerunning
Dynamic Sample Rate Adaptation by Sensor Linkage in WSNsMaster ThesisJan Schlichterrunning
Design and Implementation of Byzantine Consensus with Bus Communication in RustMaster ThesisSigne Rüschrunning
Dynamic boot behaviour for the RIOT operating system for improving energy efficiencyMaster ThesisSven Pullwittrunning
Simulation of RIOT-OS based sensor networks under environmental influencesMaster ThesisRobert Hartungrunning
Adapting InPhase for large indoor networksMaster ThesisYannic Schröderrunning
Redundancy Mitigation for the Collective Perception ServiceMaster ThesisKeno Garlichs, Alexander Willeckerunning
Manipulating Three-Dimensional Lattice-Based Cellular Structures by Finite AutomataMaster ThesisProf. Dr. Sándor P. Feketerunning
Development of a Deployment Framework for Partitioned WebAssembly Applications on AMD-SEV VMsMaster ThesisMohammad Mahhouk, Manuel Niekerunning
Securing a Mobile Agents Platform with KeystoneMaster ThesisManuel Niekerunning
Development of a Multi-Channel Operation Concept for Collective PerceptionMaster ThesisKeno Garlichs, Alexander Willeckerunning
Parking Occupancy Monitoring using Edge Computing and Collective PerceptionMaster ThesisAlexander Willecke, Keno Garlichsrunning
A Framework for Dynamic WebAssembly ApplicationsMaster ThesisManuel Niekerunning
Wireless Slot CarsProject ThesisAlexander Willecke, Keno Garlichsrunning
FaaS AttestationProject ThesisDavid Goltzscherunning
Evaluation tools for Satellite Swarm Communication ProtocolsProject ThesisDr. Ulf Kulau, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lars Wolfrunning

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