Recent Submissions 

  1. Privacy Preserving Data Synthezisers and Utility Dense Manifolds 

    Stettler, Vincent (2019)
    Master Thesis
  2. 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
  3. Optimising Distributed Dataflows in Interactive Environments 

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

    Vogel, Frédéric Henri (2019)
    Master Thesis
  5. Broadcast Achievability in Incomplete Minicast Models 

    Maram, Sai Varun Reddy (2019)
    Master Thesis
  6. BIM-based LCA throughout the Design Process with a Dynamic Approach 

    Genova, Gianluca (2018)
    In modern times, as building designs become ever more complicated, it has become increasingly important to integrate environmental considerations into the choice of building materials by the designers. A promising possibility is an incorporation of building systems Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) data into Building Information Modelling (BIM) platforms. The implementation can support the spreading of environmental assessment and conscious ...
    Master Thesis
  7. Active SLAM in Crowded Environments 

    Mammolo, Dario (2019)
    The safe navigation and execution of tasks, such as assisting humans, in a crowded environment is still a difficult task for mobile robots and is still not fully solved. As a first step towards solving this issue, we present in this thesis an active SLAM algorithm for static environments, which we then extend to crowded environments. The goal of active SLAM is to give a robot the ability to explore an unknown environment, even if it is ...
    Master Thesis
  8. On the Interaction between Autonomous Mobility on Demand Systems and Power Distribution Networks 

    Estandia Hentschel, Alvaro (2018)
    Indiscriminate charging of electric vehicles can strain power distribution networks and forfeit the benefits of renewable distributed generation. In this master’s thesis, we investigate the interaction between power distribution networks and an electric Autonomous Mobility on Demand (AMoD) system. First, we compare a convex relaxation and two linear approximations of the unbalanced Optimal Power Flow (OPF) problem. Then, we formulate the ...
    Master Thesis
  9. WebTigerJython - A Browser-based Programming IDE for Education 

    Trachsler, Nicole (2018)
    Master Thesis
  10. A Data-Driven Exploration Of Non-Nashian Game Theory 

    Sulser Larraz, Felipe (2019)
    Master Thesis
  11. Improved Network Decomposition Algorithms And Applications 

    Portmann, Julian (2019)
    Master Thesis
  12. Neural networks for improving drug discovery e fficiency 

    Hassan Harrirou, Hussein (2019)
    Master Thesis
  13. Remote Monitoring of On-Site Wastewater Treatment Plants by Means of Low-Maintenance Sensors 

    Furrer, Viviane (2018)
    Decentralized sanitation systems, where wastewater is treated on-site, is playing an important role to cover present and future sanitation demands due to their low investment costs and infrastructure requirements. Yet, on-site wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) suffer from bad reputation due to their high failure rate. However, the poor performance is by a great deal caused by the insuffcient monitoring and maintenance system and not ...
    Master Thesis
  14. Human-interpretable auto-inference of networked algorithms 

    Grüner, Maximilian (2019)
    Master Thesis

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