Chair of Smart Water Networks

Available thesis topics

Completed theses

Master theses

Resilience of Water Distribution Networks Under Different Sensor Network Architectures and Data Sampling Frequencies: A Trade-off Analysis

2022: Khaled Ellmorsi


Privacy Schemes Against Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring of Residential Electricity and Water Usage

2022: Marija Cvetkovska (SWN co-supervising - visiting student from Politecnico di Milano)

Change point detection for leakage identification in water distribution networks

2022: Long Dinh

Short-term Water Demand Forecasting at a District Level Using Deep Learning Techniques

2021: Diego Corredor Mora (SWN co-supervising - TU Delft)

Prolonged vs Abrupt Behavior Changes Modeling water consumer behavior change in non-stationary climate and social scenarios.

2021: Marie-Philine Becker

Complex networks theory to enhance resilience in water distribution networks

2021: Irene Basaglia (SWN co-supervising - visiting student from Università di Bologna)

Surrogate Models of Water Distribution Networks via Machine Learning

2020: Luo Ruizhi (SWN co-supervising with the Chair of IoT for Smart Buildings)

Demand Response Mechanisms for Cost-Effective Water Distri- bution Systems: an Explorative Study

2020: Shadi Rachid (student from SRH Hochschule Berlin)

Data-Driven Anomaly Detection From Residential Smart Meter Data

2020: Parvin Shakibaie (SWN co-supervising - student from Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin)

Data-driven predictive models of residential water demand based on sub-daily resolu- tion data

2019: Sebastian Kleber

Opportunities and Challenges for Decentralized Rainwater Harvesting and Digitalization

2019: Ramina Mostoufi Shargh

Analysis and modelling of water withdrawals in the city of Milan

2019: Livia Invernizzi ( SWN co-supervising - student from Polimi di Milano)

Modelling and forecasting Swiss electricity prices

2019: Manuel Hilpert (SWN co-supervising -  student from ETH Zurich)

Bachelor theses

Using convolutional neural networks to detect vehicles from traffic camera data in Ho Chi Mihn City.

2022: Emrecan Arat

Applications of Social Media Data in Natural Hazards Management: A Review.

2022: Magdalena Elser

Reducing Non-Revenue Water - Literature Review on Minimizing Water Losses in Water Supply Systems by Using Smart Technology.

2022: Barbara Plaschke (SWN co-supervising)

Flood insurance in the US: Development and Current Impact of the National Flood Insurance Program.

2021: Tortorelli Gianluigi

Time series forecasting for anomaly detection based on Recurrent Neural Networks

2021: Marc Peitan (visiting student from NTNU)

Development and testing of an IoT system for monitoring wastewater pumping stations operation

2019: Miguel Angél Gorriz Peris

Development of a quasi real-time water consumption monitoring and anomalous consumption detection tool in a Fast Moving Consumer Goods production plant. Fostering water conservation via technical and behavioral means

2019: Isabel Boog (Industrial partner: Schwarzkopf & Henkel Production Europe GmbH)

Assessment of digital development in European water utilities

2019: Long Dihn

Regular High Magnitude Behaviours analysis of hourly residential water use data from the SmartH2O project. A case study in Valencia (Spain)

2018: Àngel Ribera Vilaplana

Eigenbehavior analysis of hourly residential water use data from the SmartH2O project. A case study in Valencia (Spain)

2018: Marìa Fernandez Gil