Sponsorship prize, first part for the start-up business GPS-now: Martin Hensel (graduate of the Department of Computer Science), Henrik Vogt und Finn Herpich
Jochen Wierum: Bachelor thesis:"Vergleich von Graph-basierten mit relationalen Datenbanken" ("Comparison of graph-based with relational database") more...
Prize: 1.000 Euro
A team of authors, among them research associate M.Sc. Martin Weier, who are part of the BRSU focal research area on Visual Computing (Hochschulschwerpunkt Visual Computing) has received the Best Paper Award at the GI Workshop on Virtual and Augmented Reality at the University of Applied Sciences in Wedel (September 15-16, 2011).
Martin Weier's thesis has been supervised by Prof. Dr. André Hinkenjann (BRSU Department of Computer Science) and Prof. Dr. Phillipp Slusallek (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence - DFKI in Saarbrücken).
Martin Weier, André Hinkenjann, Georg Demme, Philipp Slusallek: SILVA: System to Instantiate Large Vegetated Areas.
Roland Müller, master thesis: „An OGC Sensor Observation Service for GPS and mobile Sensors“. In his work he descibes the conception, implementation and measuring of a GIS sensor server. Within the context of an emergency support system the emergency forces can utilize up-to-date data that is being compiled by mobile sensors. The supervisor was Prof. Paul G. Ploeger who also has submitted the thesis.
Prize: 3.000 €
The jury members were very pleased with the high quality of the reviewed theses and therefore proposed to honour also the rest of the contestants. The remaining seven authors will receive a travel allowance of 1.000€ for attending a scientific conference pertaining to their area of research.
Two more awardees are graduates of our department: Thomas Breuer (supervisor Prof. Ploeger) and Martin Weier, who is a research associate.
Alexander Hagg, Bachelor Degree Programme Computer Science, fourth semester
Beatriz León: Continuation of her master thesis and her research within the European research project XPERO
Birol Yildiz: start-up business in continuation of results of a master thesis: BYPA, situated at the BRSU Business Campus
Florian Bingel: Master thesis: "Accelerated Ray Tracing of coherent and non coherent rays on a Cell Broadband Engine" (2009)
Benjamin Klein: special academic achievements more...
David Uhlig: special academic achievements
Sebastian Gauder: Master thesis:"Evaluation of Implementations of the Java Persistence API"; Prize donor: DSG - Canusa GmbH & Co KG
Deyuan Qiu: Master thesis
Ace Crngarov: Master thesis: "Analysis and OpenMP-Parallelisation of the Destup-Phase of the algebraic Multi-grid Code SAMG"
Dirk Holz: "Efficient 2D-Navigation with mobile Service Robots"
Sebastian Ginzel: excellent study results
André Bartscher: Start-up business bartscher.net
Iman Awaad and Beatriz León: Master thesis: "A Software Framework and Architecture for Robot Learning by Experimentation: XPERSIF"; Prize donor: DSG - Canusa GmbH & Co KG
Thomas Stein and Benedikt Iltisberger: Exploiting Frameworks
David D'Angelo: Master thesis: "Interaction Techniques for Assembly based Modeling in Virtual Environments"
Thorsten Roth: Bachelor thesis: "Phase Space Rendering"
Klaus Marquart: Master thesis: "Conception and development of a data management system for Proteinchips"; Prize donor: DSG - Canusa GmbH & Co KG
Daniel Zacharias: Bachelor thesis: "Physical Unclonable Functions" in RFID Transponders
Alexander Barth: Master thesis: "Visual Inspection of Fast Moving Heat Shrink Tubes in Real-Time"; Prize donor: DSG - Canusa GmbH & Co KG
Andreas Wallstabe: Bachelor thesis: Information security: "Use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology for security measures against counterfeiting of drugs"
Thomas Gilles :developed a protective profile for USB-mass storage that corresponds to the international requirements and ISO-Norms for the securing of USB disks
Alexander Barth: best thesis in the field of Media Computer Science: "Visual Inspection of Fast Moving Heat Shrink Tubes in Real Time"
Galina Dzhendova: Master thesis: Analysis of methods for the modelling of business- and workflow processes considering IT-Security, 2005
Matthias Haringer: Visualization of phenomena in room acoustics using volume rendering techniques; Prize donor: DSG - Canusa GmbH & Co KG
Dipl. Inform. (FH) Nils Beck: final thesis: "Interactive Global Illumination using the Distributed Render Cache on PC Clusters", 2005
Alex Kläser: thesis: "Estimation of Time-Varying Velocities of Moving Objects in Video Sequences", 2004
Alex Kläser: thesis: "Estimation of Time-Varying Velocities of Moving Objects in Video Sequences", 2004; Prize donor: DSG - Canusa GmbH & Co KG
Markus Enzweiler: Computing Motion Trajectories using Spationtemporal Motion Analysis
Hendrik Hasselberg: Development of a modular Broadband-Management-System on the basis of Flow-oriented Accounting- Mechanisma
Alex Kläser: Project: "Magic Music Hand", 2002
Moritz von Schwedler: final thesis: Classification and evaluation of attack- and evaluation models for the development of a methodology for Penetrationtesting, 2002
Michael Bach: final thesis: "Evaluating and testing the integration of external systems on the Enterprise JavaBeans technology", 2002
Stephan Baum and Thomas Hungenberg: Development of a system for ascertaining the threat potentials in networked systems.
Christoph Neerfeld: Safe distribution service for key combination of the Transparent Cryptographic Filesystem; Prize Donor: Versicherungsgruppe Deutscher Herold
David Ochel: Evaluation parameter for a Public Key Infrastructure Installation.