Smart Sensors Group

The research focus of the Smart Sensors Group is digital data and signal processing, real-time data processing, energy-efficient processing, as well as reliability, fault tolerance and embedded fault diagnosis in the context of 'smart' sensor technology.

The Teaching is related to the above-mentioned main topics and teaches general contents around technical computer science (Technische Informatik).

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2022-11-01 New Doctoral Researcher at Smart Sensors Group

Lucas Bublitz joined the Smart Sensors group as Doctoral Researcher with the beginning of November. He will strengthen our research team in particular regarding low-power processing and, in the upcoming semesters, he will assist in our Master's courses (Energieeffizienz in eingebetteten Systemen und Smart Sensors). Welcome, Lucas!

2022-08-04 Our Paper has been accepted by IEEE MASS 2022

As Sensor devices are often deployed outdoors, the environmental conditions can get worse. In our paper Analysis of Temperature Effects in Heterogeneous Outdoor Wireless Sensor Networks we investigated this effect.

2022-06-24 Nice Video about our Experiment

Nice video about our experiment on ISS NASA Space2Ground. The interesting part within nice pictures and videos on board of the ISS start at min 1.52. There is also a Twitter Post by ESA Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti with more details.

2022-01-28 IEEE Access Journal accepted our Paper ns-3-leo

Our Paper ns-3-leo - Evaluation Tool for Satellite Swarm Communication Protocols has been accepted by IEEE Access Journal.

2022-01-14 Dialogische Führung: Tom Sachs – Space Program: Rare Earths

Ulf Kulau und Deichtorhallen-Intendant Prof. Dr. Dirk Luckow führen am 27. Januar 2022 durch die Ausstellung TOM SACHS – SPACE PROGRAM: RARE EARTHS. Wir freuen uns sehr über diese Einladung und Möglichkeit.

2022-01-10 BCG Sensoren sind im All und erfolgreiche Installation des Kommunikationsnetzes

Kurz vor Weihnachten, am 21.12.2021 sind unsere BCG Sensoren mit SpaceX CRS24 zur ISS aufgebrauchen. Am 10.01.2022 wurde das Kommunikationsnetzwerk für die Übertragung der BCG Daten innerhalb der ISS erfolgreich installiert. Ende Januar erwarten wir die ersten Messdaten von der ISS.

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