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Hiwi student needed for Web and Application Development for Machine Learning

04.07.2022, Studentische Hilfskräfte, Praktikantenstellen, Studienarbeiten

In the scope of the conPDMode project, we at the chair of Information Oriented Control, TUM are continuing the development of a web-based user interface for clinicians that can be used for monitoring patients with Parkinson's Disease. This interface will be integrated with data-driven/machine learning methods that can predict PD symptom severity levels given motion data such as accelerometer and gyroscope readings from a wearable sensor. This position will offer an opportunity to work with web technologies and ML classification and bring ML methods to the world of IoT and wearables.

- Creation of a database from the existing PD dataset
- Creation of a web-based application that shows the patient data in an informative and intuitive manner
- Integration of the application with machine-learning models that perform analysis on the PD dataset.
- (Future task) Creation of an iOS/Android application for capturing IMU data from a smartwatch

- Good knowledge of Python programming
- Some experience in web-development frameworks (Django-Python) and front-end technologies (ReactJS, CSS, HTML)
- Experience of back-end technologies, databases and SQL Queries will be valuable.
- Knowledge/interest in Machine Learning concepts will be valuable, but is not a requirement.

Working hours: This is a part-time position with flexible working hours.

If you are interested in this position, please contact Neha Das (neha.das@tum.de) or Satoshi Endo (s.endo@tum.de) with your resume and briefly state why you are well suited for the tasks.

Kontakt: neha.das@tum.de; s.endo@tum.de