Recent Submissions 

  1. Concept Study for a Techno Centric Energy System Modeling Framework 

    Miglani, Somil Ajit (2014)
    Modern energy systems face several challenges because of increased attempts by govern- ments and general public to push towards a sustainable future. Policy makers have been trying hard to construct policy frameworks that push the evolution of the energy system towards low carbon technologies. These policies are designed taking insights from com- puter models of the energy systems and their operation. Hence, modeling and analysis is ...
    Master Thesis
  2. ProtoDUNE-DP PROTOtype for the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment - Dual Phase detector 

    Chiu, Pin-Jung (2017)
    In search of answers to the biggest missing puzzle in the field of neutrino physics, large-scale Liquid Argon Time Projection Chambers (LAr-TPCs) have been postulated to be the most attractive instruments for next generation neutrino observations. A state-of-the-art experiment, the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE), which will utilize this LAr-TPC technology for the studies of neutrino science and proton decay, is currently in ...
    Master Thesis
  3. Elements & Success Patterns in Digital Resources 

    Rhys Müller, Benjamin (2017)
    Master Thesis
  4. Real-Time Monocular Dense 3D Reconstruction For Robot Navigation 

    Jäger, Andreas (2015)
    Master Thesis
  5. Hessian-CoCoA: a general parallel and distributed framework for non-strongly convex regularizers 

    Gargiani, Matilde (2017)
    The scale of modern datasets necessitates the development of efficient distributed and parallel optimization methods for machine learning. We present a general-purpose framework for the distributed and parallel environments, Hessian-CoCoA, that has an efficient communication scheme and is applicable to a wide variety of problems in machine learning and signal pro- cessing. Hessian-CoCoA has been designed starting from an existing ...
    Master Thesis
  6. Global Migration and Transmission Dynamics of Influenza H3N2 

    Müller, Nicola (2015)
    Phylogeographic methods have been used extensively to characterize the global migration patterns of in- fluenza. Those methods however make strong assumptions about independence of tree topology and migra- tion (Lemey et al., 2009) or assume populations to be constant over time (Vaughan et al., 2014). We imple- mented an approximate structured coalescent method (Volz et al., 2009; Volz, 2012) in BEAST 2 (Bouckaert et al., 2014) that relaxes ...
    Master Thesis
  7. A 3D Cell-based Single-layer Model Applied to Branching Morphogenesis 

    Barido-Sottani, Joëlle (2014)
    We designed a model to represent the branching process in single-layer epithelia in 3D. A new tissue model with low resolution and complexity, to make it usable in 3D and on populations of several thousands cells, was implemented and combined with a signaling model based on a receptor-ligand Turing mechanism. These two components can be used independently but were designed to be coupled. Cells in the tissue model are represented as ...
    Master Thesis
  8. Electromyographic and Posturographic Investigation of Low-Back Pain Patients Compared to Healthy Controls 

    McCaskey, Michael (2012)
    Introduction: There is increasing evidence that patients with non-specific low-back pain (NSLBP) exhibit decreased stability of the spinal column due to paraspinal, deep layer muscle atrophy and changed motor programs as a response to endangered or injured tissue. It has further been suggested that NSLBP often goes along with poorer postural control. The aims of this study were to find out whether the mentioned atrophy is accompanied by ...
    Master Thesis
  9. Exploring the impact of TCP/IP parameter tuning on performance 

    Karkatsoulis, Antonios (2017)
    TCP was invented in 1974 and is still the main transport level commu- nication protocol in computer networking. During the course of the years, TCP became more complex, as many new features were added to it, so the burden of configuration shifted to the network and system administrators. Nowadays, with TCP having more than 60 settable parameters, often interacting with each other, the administrators use best practices and trial-and-error ...
    Master Thesis
  10. Commissioning and Charge Readout Calibration of a 5 Ton Dual Phase Liquid Argon TPC 

    Schlösser, Caspar (2017)
    Dual phase time projection chambers with amplification of ionization electrons provide a novel technique for measuring and analyzing rare events with excellent spatial resolution and great calorimetric properties. This thesis describes the commissioning of the WA105 3x1x1 m3 dual phase liquid argon detector, built to demonstrate the performance of this kind of detector on large scales in order to determine the viability of giant dual phase ...
    Master Thesis
  11. Modeling and Implementing High Performance Programs on FPGA 

    de Fine Licht, Johannes (2016)
    This work investigates the potential of high performance computing (HPC) on fieldprogrammable gate arrays (FPGAs), highlighting concepts and programming techniques to pursue performance using high level synthesis (HLS) tools. We compute the peak single precision floating point performance on the AlphaData 7V3 board using a model of replicated processing elements, then implement a benchmark to verify the predicted performance in ...
    Master Thesis
  12. Explicit SIMD instructions into JVM using LMS 

    Toskov, Ivaylo (2017)
    Master Thesis
  13. CO-Laser photoakustische Spektroskopie an Fettsäuredämpfen 

    Hofstetter, Daniel (1993)
    Master Thesis
  14. Electron Identification in Heavy Quark Decays at the H1 Experiment 

    Hälg, Roger A. (2007)
    Master Thesis

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