Robotics Research Lab

Master-Projekt: Service Robots and Assistance Systems

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INF-61-81-L-7Master-Projekt: Service Robots and Assistance Systemspart
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Wednesday 14:00 - 15:30

48-365

22.04.2020*

* Due the current situation, there may be last-minute changes. Since it is  not possible to arrange the preliminary discussion due to the current situation, there will be a kick-off e-mail to the interested students, who contacted their intended supervisor or Sarwar, explaining all the internal rules and regulations of the project

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Update 13 May 2020:

Since it is  not possible to arrange the preliminary discussion due to the current situation, there will be a kick-off e-mail to the interested students, who contact their intended supervisor or Sarwar, explaining all the internal rules and regulations of the project

An overview of the topics offered is given in the table below.

A more detailed information on the mode or content of these single projects can be found here.

Interested students are required to contact an intended supervisor about their interests and then register with Sarwar  via e-mail once a topic is finalized.

Students from departments excepting "Computer Science" should inform a supervisor beforehand about the number of credit points they get out of the Master Project.

For any project related issues, please contact Sarwar.

Task

The target of the project is to work at a specific topic independently. This contains the planing and implementation of systems or part of systems in our current research projects.

Requirement

  • You should keep up with the deadlines, otherwise, you are not allowed to continue your project work.
  • Please contact your supervisor via e-mail to confirm if the topic is still available before registration.
  • Please discuss your progress with your supervisor frequently.
  • Please give the report to your supervisor in advance so that she/he will have enough time to read and give you feedback.

Topics

TopicSupervisor(s)
Upright, Bipedal BalancingPatrick Vonwirth
Distributed Damping ControlPatrick Vonwirth
(Component) graph visualizationDennis Meckel
Obstacle Detection Techniques in Sonar Sensor ImagesHannan Ejaz Keen
Pedestrian movement prediction for autonomous drivingQazi Hamza Jan
Pedestrian dominance model for autonomous vehicle in pedestrian pathQazi Hamza Jan
360 view of autonomous vehicle with steering predictionQazi Hamza Jan
Modelling Emotional Space Using Circumplex and Plutchik’s ModelSarwar Hussain Paplu
Establishing Text-based Communication with a Life-size RobotSarwar Hussain Paplu
Object Detection with Stereo Cameras on Independent UnitsAxel Vierling
 Detection and Labeling of Offroad Objects with CNNsAxel Vierling
Cooperative Path PlanningJörg Husemann
Design Sensor System and Implement Control Task for Robot ArmChristian Kötting
Hardware Description Language Testbench for Robot Control UnitChristian Kötting

Major course assessment

  • Written report
  • Presentation

The presentations will take place at the end of the lecture period. The specific date will be announced.

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