Regelungssysteme (Control Systems)

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Ongoing Theses

Master

  • Development of an OpenSim simulation Model for Paraplegic Cycling using Functional Electrical Stimulation (Studentin: Johanna Baumgratz, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer)
     
  • Max-plus algebra for modeling and performance optimization of an industrial bakery (Student: Haowen Xia, Supervisor: Davide Zorzenon)
     
  • Proof of concept for saturation aware MM-MPC in a microgri located in Lebanon
    (Student: Nadim Mouawad, Supervisors: Steffen Hofmann and Ujjwal Pratap)
     
  • Development and Implementation of an Optimal State Observer for P-Time Event Graphs
    (Student: Dominik Tirpàk, Supervisor: Davide Zorzenon)
     
  • Mixed integer linear programming for makespan minimization in permutation flowshops with time restrictions
    (Student: Kirill Dmitri Borschevski, Supervisor: Davide Zorzenon)
     
  • Optimal control of timed event graphs with resource-sharing and time-window constraints
    (Student: Jingtian Chen, Supervisor: Davide Zorzenon)
     
  • Feedback Magnetohydrodynamics
    (Student: Tim Magnus Berghoff, Supervisor: Fabio Molinari)

Bachelor

  • Contributions to a multi-user cooperative simulation software for robust EMS in microgrids
    (Student: Lorenz Kornmann, Supervisors: Steffen Hofmann and Ujjwal Pratap)
     
  • Development of a prototype for the combination of deep sleep detection, auditory feedback and electrical stimulation as a tool for neurorehabilitation (Student: Erik Nils Tröndle, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer)
     
  • On the development of a Python toolbox for the analysis of safe timed
    Petri nets using heaps of pieces (Student: Mohammad Moaiad Almadh Alsultan, Supervisor: Davide Zorzenon)
     
  • Wind turbine Modeling and Model Validation
    (Student: Yiyuan Wang, Supervisor: Aaron Grapentin)

Completed Theses

2024

  • Bachelor thesis: On the development of a Python toolbox for the analysis and manipulation of
    max-plus automata (Student: Mohammad Amen Alsaleh, Supervisor: Davide Zorzenon)
     
  • Master thesis: Methods to evaluate gait in patients with multiple sclerosis after transcutaneous spinal cord stimulation
    (Studentin: Jule Sabine Lemcke, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer)
     
  • Master thesis: Learning-based observer design for nonlinear systems
    (Student: Lukas Trommer, Supervisor: Halil Yigit Öksüz)
     
  • Master thesis: Artificial intelligence-based system identification of future power networks
    (Studentin: Lisa Lokstein, Supervisor: Christian Hans)
     
  • Master thesis: Development and validation of an autonomous ultrasound examination driven by a robot-navigation algorithm based by in-picture landmarks using a virtual anatomy model (Studentin: Saskia Kopke, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer)

2023

  • Bachelor thesis: Assessment of breathing using inertial sensors
    (Student: Klaudio Koroli, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer)
     
  • Master thesis: Low-power wireless IMU-based sensor solution for long-term motion tracking of multi-body systems
    (Student: Sebastian Binder, Supervisor: Dustin Lehmann)
     
  • Master thesis: Development of a control system for simultaneous activation of two independent instruments at the same electrosurgical generator
    (Student: Isabel Wange Pinto, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer)
     
  • Master thesis: Determination of a patient's body position based on data from a body-worn accelerometer
    (Student: Faten Bettaieb, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer)
     
  • Master thesis: Development of a wireless sensor for simultaneous measurement of bioimpedance and electromyography
    (Student: Andres Garcia, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer)
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Entwicklung eines Stimulationssystems für Fahrradfahren nach Querschnittlähmung mit einem Inertialsensor-gesteuerten Mustergenerator (Studentinnen: Jeanne Steiner und Eva Katharina Thieße, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer)
     
  • Master thesis: On the development of a hybrid simulation environment for electroplating lines
    (Student: Ahmed Salaheldin, Supervisor: Davide Zorzenon)
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Enhancing and benchmarking a rule- and saturation-based microgrid control
    (Student: Ahmed Abdeen Abdelmoety Mahmoed, Supervisor: Steffen Hofmann)
     
  • Master thesis: Door Localization in Delivery Processes through Sensor Fusion using Smartphone Data
    (Student: Hannes Wolf, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer)
     
  • Master thesis: Detection of freezing of gait in Parkinson's patients based on inertial data from a wrist sensor
    (Student: Ahmed Amine Mchayaa, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer)
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Design eines Energiemanagementsystems für Solar Home Systeme zur solarbetriebenen unterbrechungsfreien Stromversorgung bei unzuverlässigen Netzanschlüssen in Kamerun
    (Student: Hassan Ndoyoum, Supervisor: Lia Strenge)
     
  • Master thesis: Yaw Control for Wind Farms During Power Tracking Operation
    (Student: Kilian Recher, Supervisor: Aaron Grapentin)
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Modeling multi-product and multi-robot processing networks in the max-plus framework
    (Students:Zeynap Satir and Juan Nicolas Pardo Marin, Supervisor: Davide Zorzenon)
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Makespan minimization in permutation flow shops with time-window constraints using max-plus algebra and linear programming methods
    (Student: Jonas Peschel, Supervisor: Davide Zorzenon)
     
  • Master thesis: Aufbau eines Messsystems zur Impedanzmessung mit Anwendung in der Medizintechnik
    (Student: Hazem Bahloul, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer)
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Optimization of a wind turbine's power coefficient function approximation for model predictive control
    (Student: Fabian Grüneberg, Supervisor: Arnold Sterle)
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Instrument interface for inverter testbed
    (Student: Mohamed Feki, Supervisor:Christian Hans).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Emulating a microgrid based on DSC microcontrollers
    (Student: Mohamed Attaya, Supervisor: Steffen Hofmann)
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Entwicklung eines maschinellen Lernverfahrens zur Erkennung des Einfrierens des Gangs bei Parkinsonpatienten basierend auf Inertialsensordaten der Hüfte
    (Student: Ghassen Saidi, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Data-driven control of islanded microgrids
    (Student: Johannes Lipka, Supervisor: Christian Hans)
     
  • Master thesis: Energy forecasting for robust energy management of microgrids
    (Student: Mounis Abu Hasan, Supervisor: Steffen Hofmann).
     
  • Master thesis: Exploring the stable parameter regions of the normal form for grid forming inverters using numerical simulations
    (Student: Marvyn Bornemann, Supervisor: Frank Hellman, PIK)
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Real-time measurement of fluid intake for bottle fed newborns and synchronisation with other measurement systems
    (Student: Servet Öz, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer)
     
  • Master thesis: Transfer Learning in Multi-Agent Systems: Exploiting Similarity for Data-Driven Input Trajectory Transfer
    (Student: Philipp Drebinger, Supervisor: Dustin Lehmann)
     
  • Master thesis: MPC for sustainable management of steel picking lines
    (Student: Elias Ghassan Hage, Supervisor: Davide Zorzenon)
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Development of a current controlled stimulation setup for investigating the effect of electrical currents on implant infections caused by biofilms
    (Student: Maxim Fenko, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Identification and control for Indoor Agriculture
    (Student: Tom Neuhäuser, Supervisor: Christian Hans)
     
  • Master thesis: Investigation of different body postures and development of a fast calibration procedure for transcutaenous spinal cord stimulation
    (Student: Eva Kastenbauer, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer)
     
  • Master thesis: Exploration of human leading behavior using a controlled biomimetic robot in a simulated fish tank
    (Student: Jonas Piotrowski, Supervisor: Dustin Lehmann)
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Windkraftanlagen unter Berücksichtigung der Turmbewegung zur Belastungsreduktion (Student: Lukas Hardeweg, Supervisor: Aaron Grapentin)
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Entwicklung einer verschlüsselten Chat-basierten Plattform auf Basis des Matrix.org-Protokolls im Kontext von digitaler Gesundheit und Telemedizin (Student: Pascal Fischer, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master Thesis: Distributed Optimization of Wind Power Plants under Mixed Power/Loads constraints (Student: Yi Zhang, Supervisor: Sid Attia)
     
  • Master thesis: Solving Motion Tasks Hybrid Approaches using Iterative Learning control in Motion Planning (Student: Ferdinand Campe, Supervisor: Dustin Lehmann)
     
  • Master thesis: Control and optimization of microgrid with EVs and CHP units (Student: Felix Heimann, Supervisor: Sid Attia)

2022

  • Master thesis: Modelling and control of a PV/Battery/Diesel microgrid system (Student: Rong Tan)
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Software and hardware development of an embedded digital control system for a magnetic levitation test bench using state-space design methods (Student: Jan Bednar, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Robustification and Optimization of Algorithms for FES Cycling using a MATLAB/Simulink Model
    (Student: Jan Clevorn, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Robotic sense and feedback capabilities through force analyzation on actuated robotic fingers for industrial metaverse applications
    (Student: Dimitrios Chatzis, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Detectability of networked discrete-event systems with first-in-first-out multiple channels
    (Student: Jiajing Zhao, Supervisor: Kuize Zhang).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Entwicklung einer App-gestützten automatisierten Kalibrierung eines funkbasierten Inertialsensorsystems
    (Student: Anders Jörgen Hausding, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Development of a lab-scale 3-phase grid-forming inverter
    (Student: Janek Süß, Supervisor: Christian Hans).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Soft-ware und Hardwareentwicklung eines eingebetteten digitalen Regelungssystems für einen Gleichstrommotor unter Verwendung von polynomialen Entwufsmethoden
    (Student: Jakub Dvorak, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Rare Events Detection in Wind Turbines
    (Student: Amro Bayoumy, Supervisor: Sid Attia).
     
  • Master thesis: String stability analysis in mixed platoons of human- and self-driving vehicles
    (Student: Zefeng Tian, Supervisor: Davide Zorzenon).
     
  • Master thesis: Automatic adjustment of bilateral transcutaneous spinal cord stimulation to balance posterior root-muscle reflexes in both legs for therapy optimization
    (Student: Erik Antonio Vanegas Müller, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Entwicklung einer hocheffizienten bedarfsangepassten Hochspannungsregelung für einen 2-Kanal-Stimulator für die funtionelle Elektrostimulation
    (Student: Finn Rapp, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Testbed for Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) Devices
    (Student: Paul Schwartz, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
  • Bachelor thesis: Scalable Simulink Model of an Islanded DC Microgrid with Grid-Aware Distributed Generation Units
    (Student: Basel Hallak, Supervisor: Ismael Jaramillo Cajica)
  • Bachelor thesis: Entwicklung eines Transformator-basierten 2-Kanal-Stimulators für die funktionelle Elektrostimulation
    (Student: Carlo Röpke, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
  • Bachelor thesis: Inertialsensor-basierte funktionelle Elektrostimulation beim Rudern
    (Student: Michael Felix Bodo Kern, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
  • Bachelor thesis: Automatische bewertung der spinalen Erregbarkeit bei transkutaner Rückenmarkstimulation mittels Inertialsensorik
    (Student: Jong-Sik Choi, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
  • Master thesis: Simple Behavior Models for Pedestrians in the Context of Alterable Traffic Scenarios
    (Student: Zhiwei Wang, Supervisor: Jörg Raisch).
  • Master thesis: Entwicklung und Optimierung eines kompakten elektronischen systems zur Erfassung und drahtlosen Übertragung von hochaufgelösten Schwingungssignalen mittels piezoelektrischer Sensoren im medizinischen Bereich
    (Student: Stefan Leander Caps-Kuhn, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
  • Bachelor thesis: Assessing and enhancing non-worst case performance of a saturation-aware minimax MPC for microgrids
    (Student: Khaled Mejri, Supervisor: Steffen Hofmann).
  • Master thesis: Distributed state-estimation for multi-agent coordination using camera-based sensing
    (Student: Tim Nitschke, Supervisor: Dustin Lehmann).
  • Bachelor thesis: Optimization of Stimulation Patterns in Cycling with Functional Electrical Stimulation
    (Student: Elakel Mohamed Amine, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
  • Master thesis: Inertial sensor-based assessment of post-stroke spasticity for upper extremities
    (Student: Shi Nan Li Gao, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
  • Master thesis: Enforcement of diagnosability of discrete-event systems
    (Student: Jian Zhao, Supervisor: Kuize Zhang).
  • Master thesis: Diagnosability of realtime automata
    (Student: Yucan Yan, Supervisor: Kuize Zhang).
  • Master thesis: Formation control via consensus-based Protocols with Collision Avoidance
    (Student: Nikolas Thelenberg, Supervisor: Fabio Molinari).
  • Master thesis: Countering Fake News in Social Networks: Strategies based on Boolean Linear Dynamical Systems
    (Student: Wenhan Fei, Supervisor: Davide Zorzenon).
  • Master thesis: Elefantenrennen: prevent disruption by enabling cooperation between overtaking trucks and other vehicles
    (Student: Xuan Xie, Supervisor: Fabio Molinari and Davide Zorzenon).
  • Master thesis: Distributed stochastic model predictive control of interconnected microgrids
    (Student: Tianhao Alissa Schenck, Supervisor: Christian Hans).
  • Bachelor thesis: Cooperative autonomous distributed energy management for microgrids
    (Student: Iheb Nagga, Supervisor: Steffen Hofmann).
  • Bachelor thesis: A Markov Decision Process for energy management in prosumer-based microgrids using the example of a solar entrepreneur in rural areas
    (Student: Aniket Conrad Rodrigues, Supervisor: Lia Strenge).
  • Bachelor thesis: Development of methods for the detection of human activity using different body-worn inertial sensors
    (Student: Ines Salamani, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
  • Bachelor thesis: Modellierung eines Blei-Säure-Akkus und Schätzung des Ladezustandes für elektronisch geregelte semi-aktive Dämpfer an Hochhäusern mit Energiegewinnung
    (Student: Pramayuda Hidayah Saleh, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
  • Bachelor thesis: Modelling, identification and position control of a test rig for movable double facade elements used to damp vibrations of high-rise buildings
    (Student: Halimulati Sailike, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
  • Bachelor thesis: Software design and controller synthesis for 3D two-wheeled inverted pendulum robots for multi-agent motion learning
    (Student: Dennis Schmidt, Supervisor: Dustin Lehmann).

 

2021

  • Bachelor thesis: Cooperative autonomous distributed energy management for microgrids
    (Student: Iheb Nagga, Supervisor: Steffen Hofmann).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Modell predictive primary frequency control using battery power plants
    (Student: Jan Moritz Pocher, Supervisor: Christian Hans).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Operation control of multimodal microgrids
    (Student: Ahmed Bellaaj, Supervisor: Christian Hans).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Robust energy management for microgrids accounting for saturation in droop control and possible communication loss
    (Student: Aziz Gharbi, Supervisor: Steffen Hofmann).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Gaussian-process-based Reinforcement Learning Control of a Two-Wheeled Inverted Pendulum Robot
    (Student: Frank Romanowski, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Master thesis: Full-body motion capture by magnometer-free inertial sensor fusion
    (Student: Bo Yang, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Study and implementation of procedures for the optimal control of timed event graphs with resource sharing
    (Student: Dominik Tirpak, Supervisor: Germano Schafaschek) and Davide Zorzenon) .
     
  • Master thesis: Safe model-based monitoring for perception in autonomous driving
    (Student: Meng Meng, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Master thesis: ROS control of a servobased robotarm
    (Student: Yannik Scholtyssek, Supervisor: Jörg Raisch).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Entwicklung eines Rapid-Prototyping-Systems für eine multi-sensor-basierte Rückenmarkstimulation mit Matlab/Simulink
    (Student: Emil Arthur Thaon de Saint André, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Entwicklung datenbasierter, prädiktiver Regelungen für Baggerassistenzfunktionen
    (Student: Eva Fischerauer, Supervisor: Jörg Raisch).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Comparative Study of Inertial Sensor-based Classification to reduce the False-Positive Rate in a Swallow Onset Detection
    (Student: Mehdi Djait, Supervisor:innen: Benjamin Riebold).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Klassifikation von Freezing of Gait Subtypen bei Mb. Parkinson anhand von Inertialsensoren und Supervised Machine Learning
    (Student: Aiko Weber, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Detection of movement disorders in Parkinson's disease based on the inertial data of the lower limbs using deep learning
    (Student: Jiahui Qiu, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Automation of Roundabouts Using consensus-based Auction Algorthms and Stochastic Model Predictive Control
    (Student: Angelos Koumpis, Supervisor: Fabio Molinari).
     
  • Master thesis: Design and experimental validation of an embedded system for structural vibration control using an electonically controlled damper
    (Student: Mingda Yu, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Distributed control and analysis of active distribution networks for their interaction with high-voltage DC transmission
    (Student: Ya Zhao, Supervisor: Lia Strenge).
     
  • Master thesis:Real-Time Distributed Automation of Multi-Lane Road Networks in Presence of Human Drivers
    (Student: Aaron Grapentin, Supervisor: Fabio Molinari).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Neural-network-based learning of storage dynamics for model predictive control of microgrids
    (Student: Sascha Colin Petznick, Supervisor:innen: Lia Strenge und Christian Hans).
     
  • Master thesis:Optimal feedback control of Timed Event Graphs including disturbances in a resource sharing environment
    (Student: Philipp Goltz, Supervisor: Germano Schafaschek).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Development of a standalone application for automatic analysis of gait-related electromyography
    (Student: Johannes Bernd Lipka, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Entwurf und Analyse einer Regelung für eine vertikale Windturbine mit Pitchoptimierung
    (Student: Leonard Möller, Supervisor: Christian Hans).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: A comparative study of decentralized and distributed architectures for the local supervisory control of discrete event systems
    (Student: Thilo Schmidt, Supervisor: Germano Schafaschek).
     
  • Master thesis:Development of Real-Time Automatic Gait Assessment Methods for Patients with MB Parkinson using Inertial Measurements Units
    (Student: Vivian Waldheim, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Markov-Entscheidungsprozess zum Energiemenagement zwischen Prosumern am Beispiel eines energieintensiven Gewerbes in Niederspannungs-Inselnetzen
    (Student: Jan-Philip Wirsching, Supervisor: Lia Strenge).
     
  • Master thesis: Entwicklung eines zweikanaligen, funkbasierten Neurostimulators in modularer, miniaturisierter Bauweise
    (Student: Nic Siebenborn, Supervisor: Constantin Wiesener).
     
  • Master thesis:Detection of gait movement disorders in Parkinson's disease based on inertial sensor data of the lower limbs using machine learning techniques
    (Student: Ahmed Salah Mohamed Ibrahim Basha, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis:Behavioural control aggregation for amplitude oscillators and power grids
    (Student: Yifei Ma, Supervisor: Jörg Raisch).

2020

  • Master thesis: Evaluation, Design and Implementation of a Collaborative Robot Workstation for preparing Electrical Components
    (Student: Tim Werken, Supervisor: Vittorio Lippi).
     
  • Master thesis: Entwicklung einer zeitdiskreten Regelung zur Minimierung der Volumenstromschwankungen bei medizinischen Peristaltikpumpen
    (Student: Lennart Wiedicke, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Modeling toolbox for heterogeneous notes with distributed two-lawyert control in prosumer-based microgrids
    (Student: Nesrine Ouanes, Supervisor: Lia Strenge).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Iterative learning control in prosumer-based DC microgrids
    (Student: Paraskevi Vorropoulou, Supervisor: Lia Strenge).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Klassifizierung von Muskelantworten anhand von Beschleunigungsmessungen zum Finden optimaler Stimulationsparameter bei transkutaner Rückenmarksstimulation
    (Student: Stephan Baglikow, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Iterative learning control in prosumer-based AC microgrids-variation of control laws and update intervals
    (Student: Meriem Jabri, Supervisor: Lia Strenge).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Entwicklung eines Synchronisierungsverfahrens für Video- und Sensordaten
    (Student: Marvin Gran, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Entwurf und Validierung von Extremwertregelungen einer Neuroprothese
    (Student: Lisa Lokstein, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Development of a web application in the context of digital health for supervising the development of Parkinsons's disease in patients
    (Student:Elora-Dana Maria Schörverth, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Entwurf und Validierung intelligenter PID-Regler am Beispiel einer Neuroprothese
    (Student: Kilian Recher, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Sensor-based Assessment of Gait and Balance Parameters as outcome Measure of tSCS Thearpy in Morbus Parkinson
    (Student: Till Thomas, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Modeling and simulation of renewable energy sources in the medium voltage grid
    (Student: Sicheng Lyu, Supervisor: Lia Strenge).
     
  • Master thesis: Automatic Detection of Swallow Onsets in Bioimpedance and Electromyography Measurements using Deep Neural Networks
    (Student: Gamil Farea, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Iterative learning control in hierarchically controlled power systems
    (Student: Xiaohan Jing, BetreuerInnen: Lia Strenge Thomas Seel).
     
  • Master thesis: Development and Validation of Long-Time Stable Magnetometer-free Inertial Lower-Body Motion Tracking
    (Student: Kai Brands, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).

2019

  • Master thesis: Implementierung und Validierung einer Mthode zur Echtzeitschätzung der Straßenneigung in eBikes
    (Student: Guo Mohan, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Master thesis: Entwicklung eines Stimulator-Sensor-netzwerks zur Therapie von Freezing of Gait bei Parkinson-Patienten
    (Student: Ardit Dvorani, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Real-time Action Recognition for Repetitive Instustrial Tasks Using Machine Learning
    (Student: Moritz Burgdorff, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: MPC based energy management design with active power losses
    (Student: Erick Ersada, Supervisor: Ajay Kumar Sampathirao).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Nonlinear System identification using recurrent neural networks
    (Student: Ferdinand Campe, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Magnetometer-free inertial motion tracking in truncated kinematic chains
    (Student: Dustin Marlon Lehmann, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Master thesis: Optimierung des Regelverhaltens eines Hochfrequenzgenerators auf hohe Leistungsabgaben zur Anwendung an Katheterbasierten supraventikulären Ablationen bei Pulmonalvenenisolationen
    (Student: Alexander Dobrzinski, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Design of a Distributed Engergy Management System for Islanded Microgrids
    (Student: Inga Löser, Supervisor: Ajay Kumar Sampathirao).
     
  • Extern Master thesis:Impact of battery ageing and related subjects in operation control of Microgrids
    (Student: Niyantkumar Mehta, Supervisor: Steffen Hofmann).
     
  • Master thesis: Analysis and validation of an iterative learning vector field for FES-supported cyclic upper limb movements
    (Student: Konstantina Kolovou-Kouri, Supervisor: Arne Passon).
     
  • Master thesis: Intuitive Object Handover Based on Body Language
    (Student: Martin Eger, Supervisor: Dr. Raphael Deimel).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Analyse einer Robotik-basierten adaptiven Gewichtsentlastung von mehrdimensionalen Armbewegungen
    (Student: Felix Saalfrank, Supervisor: Arne Passon).
     
  • Master thesis: Signal Processing, System Identification and controller Design for an Intelligent Non-Invasive Blood Pressure Measurement System
    (Student: Patrick Borchers, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Gangphasenerkennung mittels 3D- und 6D-Inertialsensoren am Fuß und Unterschenkel
    (Student: Abdelkarim Ben Salah, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Modellbasierter Reglerentwurf für einen pneumatischen Biegeaktor
    (Student: Alexander Pawluchin, Supervisor: Jörg Raisch).
     
  • Master thesis: Event-triggered Learning for Cyclic Systems with Application to Wireless Sensor Networks
    (Student: Jonas Beuchert, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Data-based development and validation of inertial foot motion tracking and 3Dvisualisation for clinical gait analysis
    (Student: Eva Kastenbauer, Supervisor: Daniel Laidig).
     
  • Master thesis: Sideslip Angle Gradient Identification for Vehicle Motion Estimation
    (Student: Lukas Gunarson Förtsch, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Master thesis: Automatisierung komplexer Prozesse mittels kollaborativer Systeme für ophthalmologische Implantate
    (Student: Sascha Jahn, Supervisor: Jörg Raisch).
     
  • Master thesis: Design and Control of a Two-Wheled Inverted Pendulum Robot
    (Student: Zenit Music, Supervisor: Fabio Molinari).
     
  • Master thesis: Demand Prediction Model of Shared Autonomous Vehicles
    (Student: Elyes Bellouchi, Supervisor: Jörg Raisch).

2018

  • Master thesis: Automatisierung komplexer Prozesse mittels kollaborativer Systeme für ophthalmologische Implantate
    (Student: Sascha Jahn, Supervisor: Jörg Raisch).
     
  • Master thesis: Design and Control of a Two-Wheled Inverted Pendulum Robot
    (Student: Zenit Music, Supervisor: Fabio Molinari).
     
  • Master thesis: Entwicklung eines mehrkanaligen Elektrostimulators mit adaptiver Spannungsanpassung
    (Student: Simon Schneider, Supervisor: Constantin Wiesener).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Schluckvorbereitungserkennung mithilfe eines Inertialsensormesssystems
    (Student: Ghaya Gharallaoui, Supervisor: Benjamin Riebold).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Automatic control of knee-joint movements using functional electrical stimulation and electromyography in Matlab/Simulink
    (Student:Vrontos Apostolos, Supervisor: Dr. Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Electrotactile Sensory Feedback for a Myoelectric Hand Prosthesis
    (Student:Ongun Türküoglu, Supervisor: Dr. Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Evaluation of Different Wireless Sensor Network Topologies Used in Controlled Functional Electric Stimulation for Rehabilitation Purposes
    (Student: Björn Grzywacz, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Optimal Control Strategies for Lane Allocation in Highways
    (Student: Aaron Grapentin, Supervisor: Fabio Molinari).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Approaches to Improving the Run Time Performance of Probabilistic Movement Promitives
    (Student: Thomas Kinzig, Supervisor: Dr. Raphael Deimel).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Formation control via Consensus-based Protocols in Discrete-Time Domain
    (Student: Tim Magnus Berghoff, Supervisor: Fabio Molinari).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Gait phase detection for drop foot stimulation based on a shank-attached inertial sensor
    (Student:Götz-Gustav Dietrich, Supervisor: Dr. Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Parameter identification of a pneumatic servo valve and design of a model-bades pressure controller
    (Student: Cabos Amador, Supervisor: Mirco Martens).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Vergleich von inertialen und optischen verfahren für die menschliche Bewegungsanalyse
    (Student: Johanna Carstensen, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Implementierung und Evaluation des Multi Dimension Dynamic Time Warping Algorithmus zur Klassifizierung von Bewegungen unter Verwendung einer mit inertialen Messeinheiten bestückten Oberkörperorthese
    (Student: Lamin Barleben, Supervisor: Dr. Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Control of a twin rotor MIMO System using model predictive control and a Kalman-filter based on a prarmetric model identified by utilizing the maximum liklihood method
    (Student: Tim Zieger, Supervisor: Jörg Raisch).
     
  • Master thesis: Automatic tuning of transcutaneous spinal cord stimulation based on electromyography
    (Student: Christian Dikau, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Modellierung und Regelung von hocheffizienten SCR-Anlagen im Nfz-Bereich
    (Student: Tim Zirener, Supervisor: Jörg Raisch).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Angewandte Sensor-Fusion als Studien- und Forschungsobjekt
    (Student: Jan Martin, Supervisor: Dr. Raphael Deimel).
     
  • Master thesis: Design of a Simulation Tool for the automation of Road Intersections in a Realistic Urban Scenario
    (Student: Alexander Martin Dethof, Supervisor: Fabio Molinari).
     
  • Master thesis: Entwurf und Aufbau eines über Bluetooth gekoppelten EMG-Sensormoduls
    (Student: Leo Blankenfeld, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Grenzlastregelung einer Großpackenpresse
    (Student: Dennis Oevermann, Supervisor: Jörg Raisch).
     
  • Master thesis: Konstruktion und Regelung eines mit pneumatischen Muskeln angetriebenen humanoiden Nackengelenks
    (Student: Johannes Zawatzki, Supervisor: Dr. Raphael Deimel).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Improving the scalability of a Petri net model for supervisory control in swarm type mircogrids
    (Student: Georges Franky Njike, Supervisor: Germano Schafaschek und Lia Strenge).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Optimierung einer Magnetfeldstabilisierung in einer magnetisch stark geschirmten Kabine
    (Student: Lysander Rupp, Supervisor: Jörg Raisch).
     
  • Master thesis: Development and Evaluation of Quaternion-based Methods for Hand Posture Estimation via Inertial Sensors
    (Student: Leonie Callies, Supervisor: Christina Salchow).
     
  • Master thesis: EMG-basierte Regelung und Evaluation eines Ellenbogen-Exoskeletts
    (Student: Florian Bandau, Supervisor: Mirco Martens).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Comparison of AC and DC power flow models
    (Student: Ben Yavor, Supervisor: Ajay Kumar Sampathirao).
     
  • Master thesis: Development and Evaluation of Control Strategies for the Generation of Hand Motion Using Funtional Electrical Stimulation
    (Student: Mirjana Ruppel, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).

2017

  • Bachelor thesis: Vergleich verschiedener Messprinzipien zur Längenmessung pneumatischer Muskelaktoren
    (Student: Stefan Kriehs, Supervisor: Mirco Ludwig Martens).
     
  • Master thesis: Modellierung und Regelung einer an acht Seilen geführten Last bei Kranen
    (Student: Fabian Erik Lorz, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Master thesis: Development of an IMU-based Gait Analysis Tool with Data Loss and Delay Handling. Realtime Visualization and Graphical User Interface
    (Student: Florian Röder, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Petri net model for supervisory control in swarm type microgrids
    (Student: Wenqing Wu, Supervisor: Germano Schafaschek).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Control and optimization of FES cycling with differential evolution: a computer model based study
    (Student: Ferdinand Heinrich, Supervisor: Constantin Wiesener).
     
  • Master thesis: Distributed Model Predictive Secondary Voltage Control of Islanded Microgrids
    (Student: Adrian Schödl, Supervisor: Christian A. Hans).
     
  • Master thesis: Distributed Secondary Voltage control of Islanded Microgrids with Reactive Power Sharing
    (Student: Philipp Zitzlaff, Supervisor: Christian A. Hans).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Inertial Sensor-Based Joint Axes Estimation of the Lower Limbs During Gait
    (Student: Markus Norden, Supervisor: Philipp Müller).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Entwicklung und experimentelle Evaluierung einer Kalibrierungsstrategie für 9D-Inertialsensoren auf einer dreiachsigen Robotik
    (Student: Karsten Eckhoff, Supervisor: Markus Valtin).
     
  • Master thesis:Sesor Fusion for Intention Recognition and FES-control in a Hand Neuroprosthesis
    (Student: Andreas Dorn, Supervisor: Christina Salchow).
     
  • Master thesis: Adaptive Support for 3D Arm Movements by Combining Functional Electrical Stimulation and a Rehabilitation Robotics
    (Student: Michael Sohandjaja, Supervisor: Arne Passon).
     
  • Diploma thesis: Untersuchung zur Implementierung von Historiendaten, aktuellen und prädiktiven Informationen in die Betriebsstrategie von Hybridfahrzeugen unter Anwendung von Data-Mining-Methoden
    (Student: Sven Lüdemann, Supervisor: Jörg Raisch).
     
  • Master thesis: Prototypische Entwicklung eines echtzeitfähigen funkbasierten Inertialsensor Systems
    (Student: Florian Hinrichs, Supervisor: Markus Valtin).
     
  • Master thesis: Stabilitätsuntersuchung Markov-probabilistisch geschalteter linearer Systeme
    (Student: Roland Pugliese, Supervisor: Miguel Parada Contzen).
     
  • Master thesis: Model-Based Control of Variable Volume Flow Ventilation Systems
    (Student: Humam Smadi, Supervisor: Jörg Raisch).
     
  • Master thesis: Modellierung lose gekoppelter Systems-of-Systems am Beispiel eines Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control (CACC) Fahrassistenzsystems
    (Student: Ashkan Ghodratbaki, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Adaptive Weight Support for the Upper Limb by combining Functional Electrical Stimulation and a Rehabilitation Robotics
    (Student: Paul Meyer- Rachner, Supervisor: Arne Passon).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Estimation of muscle recruitment for FES cycling
    (Student: Sascha Jahn, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Development of a test rig for the automated measurement of the static force characteristic of pneumatic muscle actuators.
    (Student: Michael Drummond, Supervisor: Mirco Martens).
     
  • Master thesis: Zeit-Frequenz-Analyse der Herzratenvariabilität zur Erkennung mentaler Beanspruchung
    (Student: Jon Scouten, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Modellidentifikation zur Regelung eines PWM-basierten Solarladereglers
    (Student: Suhaib Abdulrahman, Supervisor: Lia Strenge).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Regelung einer FES-unterstützten horizontalen Armbewegung: Eine Simulationsstudie
    (Student: Jonas Massmann, Supervisor: Arne Passon).

2016

  • Master thesis: Distributed Model Predictive Secondary Control of Islanded Microgrids
    (Student: Carl Joseph Theune, Supervisor: Christian Hans).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Optimization-based safe navigation in partially unknown environments
    (Student: Marco Molnar, Supervisor: Vladislav Nenchev).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Neukonstruktion eines humanen Zeigefingers
    (Student: Johannes Raps, Supervisor: Ivo Boblan).
     
  • Master thesis: Realtime Motion Analysis by Wireless Inertial Sensor Networks in Inhomogeneous Magnetic Fields
    (Student: Daniel Laidig, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Master thesis: Towards realtime estimation of human motion using inertial sensors without magnetometers - an optimization-based filtering approach
    (Student: Michael Lorenz, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Master thesis: lernende Unterstützung von Armbewegungen mittels Robotik und geregelter Kokontraktion durch elektrosimulation
    (Student: Tim Klewe, Supervisor: Arne Passon).
     
  • Master thesis: Upper-Limb Neuroprosthesis for Weight-Support via Feedback-Controlled Multichannel Functional Electrical Stimulation
    (Student: Dirk Reinhardt, Supervisor: Christian Klauer).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Regelung und Simulation von schwarmartigen Niederspannungs- Gleichstromnetzen
    (Student: Adil Esquelli, Supervisor: Lia Strenge).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Stability analysis of a droop controlled swarm type by microgrid with meshed network topology
    (Student: Tao Ye, Supervisor: Lia Strenge).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Entwicklung einer Nutzerschnittstelle mit virtuellem Echtzeit-Biofeedback für die Gangrehabilitation
    (Student: Eric Kolibacz, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Master thesis: Time Series Based Forecasting of Renewable Power Infeed for the Operation of Microgrids
    (Student: Elin Klages, Supervisor: Christian Hans).
     
  • Master thesis: Regelung einer Windenenergieanlage mit variabler Rotordrehzahl zur Optimierung der Leistungsaufnahme im Teillastbereich
    (Student: Michal Zajac, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Master thesis: Secondary voltage and reactive power control in migrogrids
    (Student: Hannes Borgiel, Supervisor: Christian Hans).
     
  • Master thesis: Model Predictive Control (MPC)-based Energy Management of Smart Buildings
    (Student: Georg Martin Böning, Supervisor: Jörg Raisch).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Migration der SPS-Steuerung 'Druckhaltung Ofen VZA2'
    (Student: David Erler, Supervisor: Jörg Raisch).
     
  • Bachelor thesis:Optische Bewegungsanalyse und entkoppelte Regelung mit Einzelelektroden für eine Handneuroptothese
    (Student: Humam Smadi, Supervisor: Christina Salchow).
     
  • Master thesis: Inertial sensor-based control of functional electrical stimulation in paraplegic cycling
    (Student: Stefan Fabian Ruppin, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Modellbildung und Regelung eines Leichtbaugelenks aus pneumatischen Balgzylindern
    (Student: Alexander Pawluchin, Supervisor: Ivo Boblan).
     
  • Master thesis: Input/output behaviour simulation of dicrete event systems with additive inputs in minmaxgd toolbox
    (Student: Kuan Wang, Supervisor: Soraia Moradi).
     
  • Master thesis: Adaptive control of upper-limb weight support for a cable-driven rehabilitation robot
    (Student: Sven Christian Knuth, Supervisor: Arne Passon).
     
  • Master thesis: Enhance performance of AUR and PSS in large power system
    (Student: Mai Thank Duc, Supervisor: Jörg Raisch).
     
  • Master thesis: Realtime Motion Capture via Plug-and-Play Inertial Sensor Networks in Feedback-Controlled Gait Neuroprostheses
    (Student: David Graurock, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Entwurf und Aufbau von einer mobilen Mikrocontroller-basierten Elektroeinheit zur Druckluftversorgung pneumatischer Systeme
    (Student: Erwin David Rubiano Cruz, Supervisor: Ivo Boblan).
     
  • Bachelor thesis:Konzipierung eines expertensystems für das Monitoring von heizungstechnischen Anlagen bei der MVV Immosolutions GmbH, basierend auf messwertbezogenen Kennzahlen
    (Student: Simon Jurkat, Supervisor: Jörg Raisch).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: A Matlab/Simulink Interface for a feedback-controlled FES- cycling ergometer
    (Student: Samim Ahmadi, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Entwicklung und Evaluierung eines automatisierten Identifikationsverfahrens für Elektrodenarrays zur Regelung einer Handneuroprothese
    (Student: Robert Jirasek, Supervisor: Christina Salchow).

2015

  • Master thesis: Konzeption eines kompakten, drahtlosen 9-D Inertialsensors und dessen prototypische Umsetzung
    (Student: Holger Adams, Supervisor: Markus Valtin).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Implementation and Evaluation of Decoupling Strategies for a Two-Channel Gait Neuroprosthesis
    (Student: Mirjana Ruppel, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Master thesis: Multi-sensor prediction system for swallowing events
    (Student: Eugéne Reese, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Event-triggered game theoretical based CSMA protocol for real-tiime systems
    (Student: Sun Kaicong, Supervisor: Naim Bajcinca).
     
  • Master thesis: Robustheit gegenüber magnetischen Störungen bei der Inertialsensor-basierten Schätzung von Körpersegmentorientierungen
    (Student: Lucian Landgraf, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Master thesis: Minimally restrictive controller synthesis for discrete event systems over infinite strings with specifications modelled by deterministic context free w-languages
    (Student: Hendrik Himstedt, Supervisor: Anne-Kathrin Schmuck).
     
  • Master thesis: Systemidentifikation, Modellierung und Regelung einer automatischen Türsteuerung
    (Student: Flavie Poirier, Supervisor: Ivo Boblan).
     
  • Master thesis: Untersuchung des Informationsgehaltes der beim elektrisch stimulierten Muskel hervorgerufenen Elektromyographie-Antwort
    (Student: Christian Jaenicke, Supervisor: Christian Klauer).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Entwicklung eines Echtzeit-Softwaremoduls für die Inertialsensor-Ganganalyse und die geregelte Elektrostimulation
    (Student: Florian Röder, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Aufbau, erxperimentelle Evaluierung und Vergleich eines iterativ lernenden Peroneus-Stimulators mit Array Elektroden
    (Student: Moritz Girke, Supervisor: Markus Valtin).
     
  • Master thesis: Terrainabhängige Vorsteuerung einer geregelten Fallfuß-Neuroprothese
    (Student: Daniela Friedrich, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Master thesis: Modellbildung und Reglerentwurf für eine automatische Schiebtür
    (Student: Kailun Zhang, Supervisor: Ivo Boblan).
     
  • Master thesis: Modeling, implementation and validation of inverter-based distributed generation sources in microgrids
    (Student: Ming Wang, Supervisor: Johannes Schiffer).
     
  • Master thesis: Positionsregelung eines Nano-Quadrocopters
    (Student: Liang Shi, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Grid Connected Model Predictive Operation Control of Microgrids
    (Student: Han Zhou, Supervisor: Christian A. Hans).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: Simulation and Evaluation of Multiagent Communication Strategies
    (Student: Dominique Bernard, Supervisor: Miguel Parada Contzen).
     
  • Bachelor thesis: A new formalism of hybrid Petri nets ant its applications in networked embedded systems
    (Student: Minfeng Ruan, Supervisor: Naim Bajcinca).
     
  • Master thesis: Subspace-identifikation und aktive Schwinungsdämpfung einer Spannbandbrücke unter Verwendung von Beschleunigungssensoren
    (Student: Dewang Zhang, Supervisor: Thomas Schauer).
     
  • Master thesis: Entwicklung einer mikrocontrollerbasierten Elektronikhardware zur Regelung einer haptischen Mensch-Maschine-Schnittstelle für kollaborative Roboter
    (Student: Mirco Martens, Supervisor: Ivo Boblan).
     
  • Master thesis: Experimentelle Evaluierung und Weiterentwicklung eines geregelten Peroneusstimulators in der klinischen Praxis
    (Student: Boris Henckell, Supervisor: Thomas Seel).
     
  • Master thesis: Modellbildung und Regelung eines pneumatischen Tripods
    (Student: DanYang Zhao, Supervisor: Ivo Boblan).