BSc-/MSc-Theses

    BSc-/MSc-Theses

    Open topics for Master theses

     
    Comparing the performance of A*-, D*- and Floyd-Warshall-algorithm: a case study for a grid-divided intersection
    Within the project the D*-algorithm and optionally the Floyd-Warshall-algorithm shall be implemented. The base scenario for the following case study is a path calculation for cars in a grid-divided intersection. The project focusses on maximizing the throughput of cars while minimizing the energy consumption via minimal holding times. The implementation shall be compared with an A*-implementation incorporating memory consumption, calculation steps and robustness against environmental changes.
     
    Contact: Tobias Sprodowski
     
    Optimal Capacity Adjustment of Job Shop Systems with RMTs
    This project focuses on optimizing the capacity adjustment of job shop systems with Reconfigurable Machine Tools (RMTs). First, the model of a job shop system with RMTs should be developed as a mixed integer optimization problem. Then Control Parameterization Enhancing Technique (CPET) will be implemented to optimize the capacity adjustment. Moreover, the properties of CPET shall be analysed and compared to existing techniques.
     
    Contact: Liu Ping
     
     

    Work in progress

    • Stefan Bojinovic: Autonomous Capturing of a Tumbling Satellite Using Model Predictive Control, Universität Bremen
    • Maas Iqbal: Modelling of a Real Street Traffic System with incorporating Real-time Traffic Information, Hochschule Bremerhaven
    • Julian Winterhoff: Optimization of logistic and production processes in the area of digital radiography at the Philips Medical Systems DMC GmbH, Universität Bremen

    Open topics for Bachelor theses

     
    Increasing the Efficiency of a Smart Energy Cell following the Solar Altitude with a 2-Axis-Rotor
    We consider a smart cell consisting of a solar cell and an accumulator controlled by a microcontroller. The smart cell shall be extended by a control mechanism for the solar cell which follows the solar altitude to increase the efficiency of the system.
     
    Contact: Jürgen Pannek

    Work in progress

    • Linus Lischke: Extension of an existing interoperability model for the inclusion of test data for the product-lifecycle-management, Universität Bremen