Bachelor's projects

Projects (I13113-1)

Project work in the 4th and 6th semesters is a required component of bachelor's programmes at the Faculty of Computer Science. In a team of maximum 6 members, students work on an interesting topic, many of which are often suggested by our cooperation partners in industry.  Here the theoretical knowledge gained in lectures, for example on project planning, implementation and documentation, can be put into practice. Students also have to opportunity to practice their communicative and soft skills.

Projects are presented on the last day of lectures. Important information and deadlines for the preparation of project presentations can be found here.

Master's in Mobile Systems projects

Mobility and Innovation – Innovative Ideas on the Pulse of Time

Here we present projects which are carried out in the Mobility and Innovation module, some in cooperation with local companies.

Project work in Winter Semester 2017/18

  • Development of a Concierge Behaviour for the humanoid Pepper
  • Further development of AAL Behaviors "Water Buddy" for the humanoid Pepper robot
  • Design and implementation of a telepresence solution on the basis of pseudo-3D holograms for the Smart Home Lab
  • Certification administration in the IoT system
  • Life radar

Project work in Winter Semester 2016/17

Examination of the Capacity of the robotic Platform PEPPER

During the project it was possible for MOS students to work with the PEPPER robot for the first time. An appropriate application scenario was defined: PEPPER as a personal assistant for elderly people. Elderly people tend to pay increasingly less attention to household chores. This is where PEPPER comes in.

"MobiVis" – Mobile Visualization

The "MobiVis" project aimed to examine the possibilities of mobile visualization on smartwatches. Over the space of one semester, the display of system statuses, alarms and data on a smartwatch was analyzed and planned and a prototype was developed.

Dining Hall Queues

In this project the queues in the dining halls were determined through a cluster of mobile devices over 4 broadband routers. The routers were installed in the Furtwangen University dining hall. The calculation of the  cluster of mobile devices was carried out through the logs of the individual broadband packets of the devices.