Master-Projekt: Service Robots and Assistance Systems

INF-61-81-L-7Master-Projekt: Service Robots and Assistance Systemspart

Wednesday 13:45 - 15:15




The preliminary discussion for the master project takes place at Wednesday 17.04.2019 at 14:00 in room 48-379.

Slides of Kick-off meeting (on 17.04.2019) can be found under the following link.



The target of the project is to work at a specific topic independently. This contains the planing and implementation of systems or part of systems in our current projects.


Registration: before 24th April, 2019
Send E-Mail to before 24.04.2019:
personal information (Name, Matrik-Nr. and Fachbereich), topic Name and supervisor

Preliminary work: before 3rd May, 2019
Literature research, methodology discussion and work planning with your supervisor

Implementation of project research: from May to July, 2019
You are required to show up three and a half days per week in the lab.
Discuss with your supervisor frequently

Preparing for presentation: till 10th July, 2019
Experiments, summarizing the project work

Presentation: mid of July, 2019
Last week of lecture period (between 15th to 19th of July)
Length: 25-30 mins

Paper writing: before 30th September, 2019
6 pages of a report in IEEE paper style
Submit the report not later than 30.09.2019 (end of the semester)


  • You should keep up with the deadlines, otherwise, you are not allowed to continue your project work.
  • Please go to the supervisor first to confirm if the topic is still available before registration.
  • You are required to show up at least three and a half days per week in the lab and discuss with your supervisor frequently.
  • Please give the report to your supervisor in advance so that she/he will have enough time to read and give you feedback.


CPU-relief Benchmarking for Hybrid HW/SW-Systems on SoPCAlexander Köpper
Behavior-based Visual Servoing using SoPC

Alexander Köpper

Optimization-Based Leg-Force Selection for simultaneous Trunk- and Leg Control

Patrick Vonwirth

Game Engines: Sensors and ActuatorsAxel Vierling
Generation of Reactive Behavior during Human-Robot Interaction

Sarwar Hussain Paplu

Hopping control in robotic leg CARL

Atabak Nezhadfard

Developing Appropriate Character's Behaviors in SimulationQazi Hamza Jan
Person Pose Estimation using 2D CameraQazi Hamza Jan
Representation/Visualization of Grid Maps/Point CloudsTobias Groll / Steffen Hemer
3D (ToF) Data Registration/FusionTobias Groll / Steffen Hemer
Rock DetectionTobias Groll / Steffen Hemer
Improving SLAM algorithmsTobias Groll / Steffen Hemer
Implement Radar Sensor ToolsTobias Groll / Steffen Hemer
Sonar/GPR data acquisitionTobias Groll / Steffen Hemer
Personality Traits Assessment using Pleasure-Arousal-Dominance (P-A-D) Emotional SpaceZuhair Zafar
Affine Transformation in Deep LearningAxel Vierling

Major course assessment

  • Written report
  • Presentation

The presentations will take place at the end of the lecture period. The specific date will be announced.