Ongoing Theses

Topic Type of Thesis Author Supervisor
Design and implementation of virtualized filesystem support for a Rust-based unikernel Master Thomas Lambertz Stefan Lankes
Performance Evaluation of the 5G Cloud Architecture in the Context of Smart Grid Applications Master Felix Maier Stefan Lankes;
Dr. Fiona Williams (Ericsson Eurolab GmbH)
Design and implementation of a virtualized yet modular motor inverter controller Master Michael Heinrichs Stefan Lankes
Evaluation of the potential use of WebAssembly for the development of system software Bachelor Wissem Benjeddou Stefan Lankes
Fault Diagnosis in DC Distribution Grids Using Machine Learning Master Yingshui Tan Ting Wang
Smart Grids, Smart Homes, Smart Everywhere - Limits of Managing Complex Socio-Technical Systems Master Mohit Rajiv Dave Prof. Ferdinanda Ponci, Dr. rer. soc. oec. Reinhard Madlener
Modeling, Simulation and Data Management for Electro-mobility Bachelor Aytug Yazuver Erdem Gümrükcü
Navigation and Trajectory Planing for for Automated Driving of Electric Vehicles in Production Scenarios Bachelor Mohammed Hossein Johnathan Klimt
Methods from the field of Reinforcement Learning for optimal control of thermal storage systems Master Tianyuan Wang Thomas Bruno Schreiber
Hendrik Flamme
Reliability Analysis of 5G communication with effective redundant connectivity for substation automation Master Tuana Ensezgin Dhruvin Patel
Abhinav Sadu
Energy Management for Modular Multilevel Converter Based Electric Vehicle Charging Parks Master Carlo Danilo Sebellin Erdem Gümrükcü
Energy control of building zones with reinforcement learning Master Antonius Prasetyo Gonca Gürses-Tran
Real-time Capable Coupling of Simulation Software for a Scalable Integration of Dynamic Phasor and Steady State Electrical Grid Models Master Felix Wege Sonja Happ
Markus Mirz
Development of autonomous chargin/discharging algorithms for Battery Electric Vehicles at local energy communities using Multi Agent Systems Master Rohit Walia Maliheh Haghgoo
An online approach to optimize the charging plans of electric vehicles in fast-charging stations Master Xiaotang Bi Wilbert Rey Tarnate
Stability analysis of multi-terminal DC distribution grids Master Yong Yu Asimenia Korompili
Flipped Classroom: Construction of an Interactive Teaching Platform applied to an EECS Undergraduate Course Master Kaspar Laaser Steffen Vogel
Development of Coordinated Voltage Control in Distribution Grids considering Dynamic Phasor Simulations Master Junjie Zhang

Jan Dinkelbach

Edoardo De Din

Design of an IoT Wireless Adapter for Digital Industrial Transducers Master Shashank Vookanti Carlo Guarnieri
Design of an IoT Wireless Adapter for Analog Industrial Transducers Master Srinivas Kadali Carlo Guarnieri