Recent Submissions 

  1. Interaction of Brain and Heart Activity during Sleep 

    Huwiler, Stephanie (2019)
    Master Thesis
  2. Pedestrian Trajectory Prediction for Robot Navigation in Crowds 

    Beck, Sven (2017)
    The thesis reports on a data-driven human trajectory prediction model to support robot navigation in environments shared with humans and cluttered with static obstacles. To be able to navigate in such environments, a robot has to predict the movement of the humans around him, as well as navigate in a way that humans can predict the movement of the robot. Therefore a data-driven approach is proposed here. Human trajectories are influenced ...
    Master Thesis
  3. Runtime Verification with TeSSLa on Enzian 

    Schmid, Pirmin (2019)
    Master Thesis
  4. FASTER State Management For Strymon 

    Brookes, Matthew James (2019)
    Master Thesis
  5. High speed NAT64 with P4 

    Schottelius, Nico (2019)
    Master Thesis
  6. Analysis and Modeling of Urban Shared-Mobility Systems through Data Mining 

    Hrobjartsson, Starkadur (2019)
    Master Thesis
  7. Two Step Correspondence Matching in Vegetation using Deep Learning 

    Vitchevsky, Vasily (2019)
    Master Thesis
  8. Design and Implementation of SCION’s End-Entity PKI 

    Perlini, Gianni (2019)
    Master Thesis
  9. A Frontend For Account Access Graphs 

    Falk, Jan Peter (2019)
    Master Thesis
  10. Contributions to the Theory of Probabilistic Discrete Systems 

    Lanzenberger, David (2019)
    Master Thesis
  11. Representation of blocking anticyclones in the new numerical weather prediction model ICON 

    Attinger, Roman (2016)
    Atmospheric blocking describes an important part of the weather variability inherent to the mid-latitudes imposing an anomalous strong, quasi stationary anticyclonic circulation on the upper-level flow. Blocking leads to a reversal of the customary upper-level westerly flow and deflects the jet stream as well as migratory weather systems north and southward. Owing to the long persistence and anomalous flow regime, blocking is associated ...
    Master Thesis
  12. Assessing Climate Change Impacts on the Vegetation of the Canton of Zurich 

    Stamm, Manuel (2019)
    Climate on our planet is changing. The canton of Zurich, in following the global trend, is expected to face warmer temperatures throughout the year and dryer summers in most parts of the canton. These climatic changes have an effect upon ecosystems and biodiversity, and pose major challenges for many species. As a consequence, the canton of Zurich has developed a series of action plans to address the risk of biodiversity loss. This thesis ...
    Master Thesis
  13. Privacy Preserving Data Synthezisers and Utility Dense Manifolds 

    Stettler, Vincent (2019)
    Master Thesis
  14. A Lagrangian Analysis of the Dynamical and Thermodynamic Drivers of Greenland Warm Events during 1979-2017 

    Hermann, Mauro (2019)
    The acceleration of mass loss from the Greenland Ice Sheet (GrIS) since the late 1990s was primarily driven by increased surface melt, partly concentrated in single extreme melt events. A textbook example was observed around 12 July 2012 (EV69), when almost the entire GrIS was melting, including Summit Station at 3216 m in the dry inland plateau. The melt event coincided with strong meridional air mass transport towards the GrIS followed ...
    Master Thesis
  15. Optimising Distributed Dataflows in Interactive Environments 

    Göbel, Nikolas (2019)
    Master Thesis
  16. IRSRI An Intermediate Representation for Smart Contracts 

    Vogel, Frédéric Henri (2019)
    Master Thesis

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