Bachelor-Seminar: Embedded Systems and Robotics

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INF-60-11-S-4 Bachelor-Seminar: Embedded Systems and Robotics S2

Wednesday 15:15 - 16:15

48-365

24.10.2018

Professor

Prof. Dr. Karsten Berns

Contact Person

M. Sc. Sarwar Hussain Paplu, Geb. 48-362

Material

You can find the exercises and materials here

Content

The seminar participants should become acquainted with the topic dependent on the selected literature and search additional publications. Beside the presentation (Bachelor 30 min, Master/Diploma 40 min) a report of 6-8 pages (Bachelor) resp. 8-10 pages (Master/Diploma) has to be prepared.

Instructions concerning the content and structure of a seminar can be found at 

 

Templates

Report templates can be found here. Please use the template "LaTeX-Vorlage für Seminar (IEEE)".

The master for presentation slides is "Folien PowerPoint (Layout 2013)" or the LaTeX equivalent.

Topics

 

NameThem
Hannan Ejaz KeenReinforcement Learning in Autonomous Vehicles
Alexander KöpperFPGAs for EKF and SLAM
Alexander KöpperFPGAs for Mapping and Navigation
Axel VierlingFilter techniques for Radar Sensors in Autonomous Driving
Tanittha SutjaritvorakulSensor-based technology for safety in construction site
Qazi Hamza JanReal time pedestrian tracking, behaviour learning and
navigation for autonomous vehicles

Time Schedule

Milestone Date
Preliminary talk 24.10.2018

Meet your supervisor

29.10.2018
Gather and read your sources 05.11.2018
Delivery of structure 03.12.2018
First version 07.01.2019
Final version 21.01.2019
Presentation slides 28.01.2019
Presentations

06.02.2019

Requirement

  • Preconditions concerning Bachelor/Master see module handbook / Intermediate Diploma
  • Recommended: Lecture "Foundations of Robotics"

Precondition for examination

After successful participation (incl. literature search, meetings, presentation, report) a graded certificate will be given out.

Literature

At the first meeting the different seminar topics will be presented and first publications will be given out. Additional sources should be used. Some search engines can help:

http://www.scholar.google.com

http://ieeexplore.ieee.org

www.springerlink.de

http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu

www.informatik.uni-trier.de/~ley/db