Lecture start / Vorlesungsbeginn: Winter 2017

The lecture start may differ from the regular lecture plan, please check below. 
Die Einführungsveranstaltungen können vom regulären Vorlesungsplan abweichen. Bitte überprüfen Sie die u.a. Liste.

 

Lecture/Vorlesung

 Start/Beginn 

 Time/Uhrzeit 

 Room/Raum 

Remarks / Bemerkungen

Seminar: InnovationLab (MSI)

12-10-2017

17:30

F-128

Seminar for Informatik Master (MSI)

Programming 1 (AIT)

06-10-2017

14:00

F-023

Introduction and Lab group assignment/

Einführung und Laborgruppenzuweisung

Programming 1 (Konsolidierung) (AIT)

06-10-2017

15:45

F-023

Introduction/Einführung 

Ubiquitous Computing (AIN)

05-10-2017

08:00

F-023

Start of lecture

Mobile Computing (MSI)

04-10-2017

14:00

F-128

Start of lecture
Lecturer: Patrick Datko

Team-/Software/Programming - Projects

Team- / Software- / Programmier-Projekte 

(all Bachelor and Master degrees)

07-10-2017

17:30

F-128

Topic presenation and topic assignment/

Vorstellung der Themen und Themenvergabe

Digital Signal Processing (AIN, AIT)

11-10-2017

15:45

F-023

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Simone Orcioni

Ferngesteuerte Elektroautos selbst fahren

Schüler des SummerCamps 2017 entwickeln eine Steuerung für E-Autos

Konstanz, Juli 20, 2017. Prof. Im Rahmen der gemeinsamen Veranstaltung von HTWG und Uni Konstanz entwickeln die Schüler auf dem Camp der HTWG eine Fernsteuerung für batteriegetriebene Elektroautos. Die Fahrzeuge werden auf Basis einer Intel Edison-Plattform programmiert und anschließend mit einem Playstation-Kontroller gesteuert.

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Modulare horizontale Vernetzung eingebettet in eine Smart Service Welt

Modular horizontal networking embedded in a Smart Service World

Dormbirn, June 22, 2017. Prof. Dr. Seepold reported about the work of the regional cluster Smart Home & Living Baden-Württemberg e.V. during the uDay 2017 event organized by FH Vorarlberg. The main results of the working groups Modularity and Communication have been presented. The first group is chaired by Prof. Seepold and the second one by Prof. Martínez Madrid from Reutlingen University.

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A Sensor Grid for Pressure and Movement Detection

Non-invasive Sleep Phase Detection

Seville/Granada, April 28, 2017. Maksym Gaiduk reported during the IWBBIO conference about the first prototype of a sensor grid for pressure and movement detection. The system represented in this work classifies respiration and body movement with only one type of sensor and also in a non-invasive way. The sensor used is a pressure sensor. This sensor is low cost and can be used for commercial proposes. The system was tested by carrying out an experiment that recorded the sleep process of a subject.

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Non-invasive Sleep Phase Detection

Non-invasive Sleep Phase Detection

Konsanz, March 23, 2017. Non-invasive Sleep Phase Detection by Using Pressure-Sensitive Sensors was the topic of the presentation of Agnes Klein's Master Thesis. Agnes says that she investigated on a new approach to classify sleep phases, based on the parameters of body movement, heartbeat and respiration. She would like to propose her approach as a first step to offer light-weighted alternatives to classical overnight polysomnography (PSG). She could show that even with a reduced set of parameters mean agreement ratios of sleep phases detection can lead to promising results. The work has been supervised in cooperation by Prof Dr. Ralf Seepold (HTWG Konstanz) and Prof. Dr. Thomas Penzel (Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin).

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Lecture start / Vorlesungsbeginn: Summer 2017

The lecture start may differ from the regular lecture plan, please check below. 
Die Einführungsveranstaltungen können vom regulären Vorlesungsplan abweichen. Bitte überprüfen Sie die u.a. Liste.

Lecture/Vorlesung  Start/Beginn   Time/Uhrzeit   Room/Raum  Remarks / Bemerkungen
Seminar: InnovationLab (MSI) 23-03-2017 17:30 F-128 Seminar for Informatik Master (MSI)
Automotive Software Engineering (AIT) 15-03-2017 08:00 F-022 Start of lecture
Real Time Operating System and Distributed Systems (AIT) 17-03-2017 08:00 F-128 Start of lecture
Ubiquitous Computing (AIN) 16-03-2017 08:00 F-023 Start of lecture

Smart Healthcare at the Universitat de Girona

Two courses for Master students on smart health care

Girona, March, 2017. The Master program 'Smart Healthcare' at the Universitat de Girona is the only accredited Master of this thematic area by the Minister of Education, Culture and Sports in Spain. Prof Dr. Ralf Seepold offered two courses on the topics of stress detection and sleep quality analysis.

The Master's program in Intelligent Technologies for Health Systems (Smart Healthcare) is, unlike other programs offered in some Spanish universities, the only official and verified by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport on this subject. Directed to graduates in Engineering (Informatics, Biomedical, Telecommunications, Industrial, Electronics ...), who want to expand their knowledge and focus their career path to the health sector. 

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Student Conference Winter 2016/17

Survey of selected innovative work

Konstanz, Februray 26, 2016. The Student Conference (SC) presents scientific results obtained during a final thesis work or even advanced part as part of different lectures, which are executed at the Ubiquitous Computing Laboratory (UC-Lab) at HTWG Konstanz. The objective is to summarize the scientific work in an article of 4 pages length that is reviewed before acceptance and later presented during the conference. A poster and a demonstration accompany each presentation. The student conference is open to any interested attendee. The results of the workshop are going to be published in the Series Ubiquitous Computing Laboratory Letters with ISSN.

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Südkurier News about PredTour Research

Südkurier reported about the "PredTour" project

Konstanz, January 2016.

"Wissenschaftler der HTWG analysieren die Bewegungsmuster von Touristenströmen in Konstanz. Mit den Daten wollen sie eine App entwickeln, die Einkaufstouristen und Erholungsbesucher in Konstanz aneinander vorbeiführt, um so die Konstanzer Innenstadt zu entlasten. ... "

Zum Bericht aus dem Südkurier vom 25.01.2017

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PredTour project started

Interdisciplinary research project "PredTour" started

Konstanz, December 2016. In the Lake Konstanz region popular with holidaymakers and excursionists, many and different visitors meet. In the main season this often leads to an overloading of the infrastructure. The aim of the project is to identify the various traffic and human flows, to predict local behavioral tendencies, and to relieve the infrastructure of the visitor streams.

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AnBiPa 2016

Workshop on Analysis of biometric parameters to detect relationships between stress and sleep quality

Ancona, November 2016. The cooperation maintained over decades between Università Politecnica delle Marche, Reutlingen Unievrsity and HTWG Konstanz launched a workshop on biometric parameters to detect relationships between stress and sleep quality. Researchers from these three universities and several guests from Ancona presented their research activities. The objective of this workshop is to renew a research cooperation between the labs headed by Prof. Massimo Conti (UPM), Prof. Natividad Martínez Madrid (Reutlingen University) and Prof. Dr. Ralf Seepold (HTWG Konstanz). In parallel, young researchers from the German universities are guests in Ancona to push common research between the three groups.

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BioPD 2016

Workshop on Biomedical Engineering on Portable Devices

Bratislava, September 2016. The cooperation between Slovak University of Technology, Reutlingen Unievrsity and HTWG Konstanz launched the first workshop on Technologies to detect and analyze emotions with the help of sensor networks. Researchers from these three universities and several guests from Bratislava presented research their activities. The objective of this workshop is to setup a research cooperation between the labs headed by Prof. Dr. Fedor Lehocki (Slovak University of Technology), Prof. Dr. Natividad Martínez Madrid (Reutlingen University) and Prof. Dr. Ralf Seepold (HTWG Konstanz). 

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Going east: Excursion to Russia

HTWG students visiting Moscow and Saint-Petersburg

August, 2016. It is not always easy to offer something special during the daily lecture marathon that gives students a different view on technology and culture while superseding the current animation trend. An excursion can be a very practical and an exciting experience, if it offers a well-tailored topic with high potential of innovation: So, Russia is the right place to go. Of course it is too ambitious exploring all but HTWG’s cooperation partners in Moscow and St. Petersburg are the right addresses to go. The vision to visit Russia was well supported by the students from Computer Science Faculty (IN) and Electro and Information Technology Faculty (EI), so that Prof. Seepold launched the project in the summer semester in cooperation and support of both faculties and with an undisputable substantial contribution of Dr. Alexander Kirjuchin (EI) and Daniel Scherz (IN). The first address for HTWG in Russia was the Moscow Power Institute (MPEI), an excellent Research University with numerous international programs. 2016 is a special year for both universities since their cooperation agreement is celebrating its 25th anniversary. The excursion was synchronized with the celebration of the anniversary. So, the students participated in the ceremony and visited several laboratories at MPEI (see article about the anniversary).

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