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Theses

Theses are always awarded with relation to the current research projects of our research group. The exact task usually arises in dialog based on the interests and previous knowledge of the students.

We attend theses in range of:

  • Scheduler architecture
  • Swarmsystems
  • Realtime systems
  • Embedded systems
  • Parallel/Distributed computing
  • Cyber-Physical systems
  • Eventstreams
  • Manycore systems
  • Usability of parallel programming languages

The description of the research projects can be viewed on the personal pages of our employees. Therefor the respective employee is the appropriate contact  for potential theses in his/her environment. General questions about the work flow of theses at our research group and further information on possible topics can be discussed with the employee in charge of the topic.

Possible topics

Daniel Graff

Mohannad Nabelsee

  • Soft/Hard Realtime systems
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  • Embedded systems
  • - microntroller

    - fieldbus

    - embedded linux

     

  • Distributed/Parallel computing
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  • Cyper-Physical systems
  • A Kernel Recovery Component for IoT devices - preserving the integrity and availability.

     

    The Component could be an extension to a common bootloader like uboot or even EFI.

    It shall diagnose and, if possible, recover from faults that the operating system(OS) can't handle.

    The communication protocol between the device OS and the component shall be designed and evaluated.

    A secure communication channel to a remote host shall be designed and evaluated with regard to an error and thread model.

Stefan Sydow

  • Eventstreams (Telemetry and Log Events)
  • - System logdata analysis

     

  • Parallel eventprocessing and programming languages
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  • Manycore systems and programming
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  • Embedded Linux and systemprogramming
  • - IRQ and Syscall-Profiling

    - IO-Latency in virtual surroundings (KVM, UML)

     

  • Usability of parallel programming languages
  • - Visual editor for parallel programms

     

  • A Kernel Recovery Component for IoT devices - preserving the integrity and availability.
  •  

    The Component could be an extension to a common bootloader like uboot or even EFI.

    It shall diagnose and, if possible, recover from faults that the operating system(OS) can't handle.

    The communication protocol between the device OS and the component shall be designed and evaluated.

    A secure communication channel to a remote host shall be designed and evaluated with regard to an error and thread model.

Defenses

Every two months, we bundle the final presentations (defenses) of our bachelor, master, and diploma theses. The students report about the results of their research. Afterwards, there is a technical discussion to clarify issues and identify future research areas. The presentation days are therefore also a good opportunity to find possible topics and to get an impression of our requirements to the respective theses.

 

Usually, the final presentation takes place on the last Tuesday of an odd month at 2 p.m. in EN 354. The presentations are open to public, a registration is not necessary.

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Contact

Daniel Graff
+49 30 314-25102
Room EN 358

Contact

Stefan Sydow
+ 49 30 314-25102
Room EN 358

Contact

Mohannad Nabelsee
+49 30 314-79833
Room EN 356