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  1. Physically-based simulation for optimization guidance in computer graphics and computer vision 

    Thul, Daniel (2022)
    Physics simulation is evolving at a rapid pace, and modern methods and hardware allow us to use it in ever more settings, where previously it might have been too costly, and where more approximate methods would have been used instead. In this thesis we look at three methods which we developed, related to or based on physics simulation. The first is a mesh processing algorithm, that can decompose an animated mesh into approximately ...
    Doctoral Thesis
  2. On Partition Problems in Combinatorics 

    Knierim, Charlotte (2022)
    Doctoral Thesis
  3. Sizing, Cost, and Emissions of Vehicle to Grid Coupled PV at District Scale 

    Caviezel, Dominic (2022)
    This thesis investigates the potential of PV and V2G coupling for the city of Singapore. Using Singapore’s 55 planning areas as spatial unit an optimization model is developed to determine economically optimal PV scaling and charge/discharge strategies. Mobility flows between planning areas are assessed using a large set of mobile phone records, and local electricity demand and solar potentials are modeled using a bottomup approach based ...
    Master Thesis
  4. Precision Measurements of Rydberg States in Molecular Hydrogen 

    Hölsch, Nicolas (2022)
    Doctoral Thesis
  5. Shared Mobility in MaaS Systems: A Supply and Demand Perspective 

    Krauss, Konstantin (2022)
    Transportation faces big challenges and major changes. Challenges relate to the increasing severity of the climate crisis, which is also caused by greenhouse gas emissions from transportation (26 % of EU-emissions). Cities in particular face further challenges such as competing interests for land-use and congestion, which is intensified by growing urban populations. Within the avoidshift-improve concept, much attention has been paid to ...
    Doctoral Thesis
  6. Inference Attacks on Smart Buildings 

    Glauser, Sven (2022)
    Master Thesis
  7. Evaluating foehn development in a changing climate using machine learning and investigating the impact of foehn on forest fire occurrence and severity 

    Mony, Christoph (2020)
    Foehn winds have a substantial impact on forest fires all over the world. However, two questions have remained unanswered to the foehn community over the last years. First, while accurate forecasts are viable at the timescale of numerical weather prediction, the long-term evolution of monthly foehn occurrence is still open to debate. Second, while many studies cited the importance of foehn winds on forest fires in single case studies, a ...
    Master Thesis
  8. Towards Automated Optimization-Driven Design of Soft, Rigid and Hybrid Robots 

    Maloisel, Guirec (2022)
    Compliance allows for adaptability, as has been demonstrated numerous times in nature, for instance through the elephant trunk or the octopus tentacles. While this insight has been the starting point of the recent field of soft robotics, rigidity remains prominent in robotic designs, and could help provide a load-bearing mechanical structure that some existing soft robots are lacking. Upon closer inspection, one can indeed see that nature ...
    Doctoral Thesis
  9. Verified Paging for x86-64 in Rust 

    Brun, Matthias (2022)
    Master Thesis
  10. Privacy-Centric Systems for Stream Data Processing 

    Burkhalter, Lukas (2022)
    In recent years we have seen unprecedented growth in networked devices and services that collect increasingly detailed information about individuals. This trend of large-scale data collection prompts various important challenges, including ensuring that the collected data is protected from data breaches and misuse. Although increasing public perception and expectations toward data privacy have led to new data privacy regulations, modern ...
    Doctoral Thesis
  11. Jean-Luc Godard INFRA–STRUCTURE(S) GRAND(S) ENSEMBLE(S) DÉ/MONTAGE(S) 

    Maurer, Jacqueline (2022)
    Doctoral Thesis
  12. Direct Access to Unprotected Primary Amines via Iron Catalysis 

    Makai, Szabolcs (2022)
    Nitrogen-containing molecules, particularly amines, play crucial roles within the molecular sciences. Despite their significance throughout the scientific community, the synthesis of these target molecules is often hampered by the challenging installation of the amino group. The majority of synthetic strategies consisted of the use of pre-functionalised building blocks and tedious protecting-group manipulations. To increase synthetic ...
    Doctoral Thesis
  13. Fused deposition modeling of drug-eluting mouthguards for the prevention of dental decay 

    Pisoni, Valentine Marie Pauline (2022)
    Doctoral Thesis

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