SS2019

Category: SS2019

Seminar Description Recently, fabrication of the flexible and stretchable sensors is extensively investigated especially for the biomedical applications in the context of health monitoring systems. This sensor could be developed into wearable or skin-attachable devices. Various techniques might be ...

Category: SS2019

Seminar Description Recently, the use of 3D-printing technology for the manufacturing of sensors is gaining increasingly interest in the field of sensor fabrication technology. 3D printing provides the fabrication of complex geometric forms along with combining of selected functional components int...

Category: SS2019

Seminar description Smart environments contain a "zoo" of devices which make them smart. The challenge is always to configure a unified control system which will cope with the different types of devices and providers for a smart environment installation. In this seminar, we will analyze some of the...

Category: SS2019

Seminar description In machine learning, tasks like parametric search or cross-validation are time intensive. In this seminar, we will explore how to use multithreading, multiprocessing, and compute clusters to reduce the execution time of machine learning frameworks. Additionally, we will cover so...

Category: SS2019, Student Projects

Course description Wearable sensor technology, particularly inertial measurement sensors are used in various motion analysis including applications in sport, medicine, and rehabilitation of patients after stroke. However, how would a hemiparetic stroke patient attach a sensor to the wrist? The ques...

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg