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Diplomarbeiten, Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten

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17.05.2021
Master thesis: Stability analyses of optical timing system at the Geodetic Observatory Wettzell

Project description/Projektbeschreibung: Geodetic measurement systems, like radio telescopes or laser ranging systems, require a stable and accurate time reference. In cooperation with Menlo Systems GmbH, a unique 2-way optical fiber time and frequency distribution system was designed at the Geodetic Observatory Wettzell. It makes time and frequency from a central station master clock, which is the physical representation of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), available at different locations of the observatory. A mode-locked femtosecond laser pulse train is fed into an active delay stabilization unit and an optical timing link which brings the signal from the master clock to each individual observation technique at the GO Wettzell. A total of 10 timing links with their so-called back-ends are already in operation and 3 links are in development and will be installed soon. The back-end forms an interface between optical timing distribution and geodetic measurements systems. Each of the back-end provides reference frequencies (5, 10 and 100 MHz) and time markers defined as one pulse per second (1PPS). In addition, an output of ultrashort optical pulses is used for time distribution. In space geodesy it is of high importance to time tag the measurements with respect to a master clock. Therefore one of the 13 back-ends is specifically designed for calibration purposes and for stability tests of other back-ends.
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Kontakt: Jan Kodet, 09941/603-118, jan.kodet@tum.de

17.05.2021
Master thesis: VLBI calibration using microwave comb derived from mode-locked laser

Beschreibung: Project description/Projektbeschreibung: Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) is used to measure the Earth’s rotation and orientation with respect to Celestial Reference Frame. These parameters are essential for navigation and geodesy. They are estimated from many measurements of the time difference between the arrivals of radio signals propagating from distant radio sources, i.e. quasars to different geodetic radio telescopes. To achieve the greatest possible accuracy the quasars must be spread across the entire sky. When the antenna moves from one quasar to another, its instrumental delay changes and spoils the measured quantity. Therefore, radio telescope instrumental delay must be accurately calibrated. For that reason, a microwave comb is injected into a receiving chain and recorded together with a quasar signal. In post-processing, the delay of the microwave comb is estimated and subsequently removed from the measurement.
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Kontakt: Jan Kodet, 09941/603-118, jan.kodet@tum.de

17.05.2021
Master thesis: Steering of a Hydrogen Maser using an ensemble of clocks

Project description/Projektbeschreibung: For geodetic instruments, like radio telescopes, laser ranging systems or global navigation satellite systems, a stable and accurate time reference is essential. Therefore the physical representation of UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) is realized at the Geodetic Observatory Wettzell by one master cesium atomic clock steered to UTC according to Circular-T products published by BIPM (International Bureau of Weights and Measures). However, in the current procedure only one clock represents UTC. At GO Wettzell we operate several atomic clocks and frequency standards, namely five cesium clocks, three hydrogen masers and recently one MuClock, which is a time and frequency reference based on quantum manipulation of laser cooled atoms. We would like to take advantage of this clock ensemble and steer the hydrogen masers for new representation of UTC at the observatory.
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Kontakt: Jan Kodet: 09941/603-118, jan.kodet@tum.de

12.05.2021
Quantifying carbon dioxide emission for Munich using a Bayesian inversion model

The goal of the thesis is to provide a clearer insight of the carbon dioxide emissions in Munich through optimizing the emissions based on a Bayesian inversion model.


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Kontakt: xinxu.zhao@tum.de

12.05.2021
Atmospheric Greenhouse Gas simulation in Hamburg using WRF-chem Model (BA/MA)

The goal of the thesis is to use the Weather Research and Forecasting Model (WRF) to simulate the meteorological and concertation fields in Hamburg. This task will be accompanied to our Hamburg measurement campaign on August 2021. In combination with the concentration measurements, a clearer insight of emissions in Hamburg can be obtained.


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Kontakt: xinxu.zhao@tum.de

12.05.2021
Atmospheric Greenhouse Gas simulation in Hamburg using WRF-chem Model (BA/MA)

The goal of the thesis is to use the Weather Research and Forecasting Model (WRF) to simulate the meteorological and concertation fields in Hamburg. This task will be accompanied to our Hamburg measurement campaign on August 2021. In combination with the concentration measurements, a clearer insight of emissions in Hamburg can be obtained.
The tasks will include:
1)WRF Pre-processing: Design domains for Hamburg;
2)WRF Running: Understand and run WRF simulation in Linux Environment;
3)WRF post-processing: Visualize the model results and compare the simulations basic to other measurements;
Your preferable skills and background are:
Experience with R, Matlab, and LINUX operative system and modelling
High computational skills
Motivation and interest in modeling atmospheric environment


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Kontakt: xinxu.zhao@tum.de

12.05.2021
Atmospheric Greenhouse Gas simulation in Hamburg using WRF-chem Model (BA/MA)

The goal of the thesis is to use the Weather Research and Forecasting Model (WRF) to simulate the meteorological and concertation fields in Hamburg. This task will be accompanied by our Hamburg measurement campaign in August 2021. In combination with the concentration measurements, a clearer insight of emissions in Hamburg can be obtained.

The tasks will include:
1)WRF Pre-processing: Design domains for Hamburg;
2)WRF Running: Understand and run WRF simulation in Linux Environment;
3)WRF post-processing: Visualize the model results and compare the simulations basic to other measurements;

Your preferable skills and background are:
Experience with R, Matlab, and LINUX operative system and modelling
High computational skills
Motivation and interest in modeling atmospheric environment


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Kontakt: xinxu.zhao@tum.de

26.10.2020
Master Thesis: Sensor Fusion and Vehicle Tracking for Intelligent Transportation Systems

One of the key challenges in Intelligent Transportation Systems lies in the reliable and accurate fusion of the various data generated from the different sensors (radars, cameras, event-based cameras, LiDARs, etc.) and the precise tracking of the individual vehicles. Due to the complex multi-sensor system subject to real-life conditions and application-oriented challenges, many interesting research topics are available within this project.

For further information please click 'here'.


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Kontakt: leah.strand@tum.de

20.10.2020
Potential Bachelor or Master thesis in Plant-Insect-Interactions

Interested in a Bachelor or Master project in pollinator ecology, chemical ecology, nutritional ecology or behavioral ecology? Our team at the Professorship for Plant-Insect-Interactions would be happy to supervise your thesis.
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Kontakt: fabian.ruedenauer@tum.de

03.07.2020
Master Thesis: Real-time Camera-only Object Detection for Intelligent Transportation System

A key challenge lies in the reliable and accurate detection of road users (such as cars, trucks, buses) using the various sensors, among them standard frame-based cameras and event-based camera. Due to the complex multi-sensor system subject to real-life conditions and application-oriented challenges, many interesting research topics are available within this project.

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Kontakt: simon.goekstorp@tum.de

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