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ARM Research Seminar

With our research seminar we want to allow our students to participate in our working group. In bi-weekly sessions of one hour, we present our current research and attend presentations of our students. This way, we have the possibility to include the complete group (including our students) in ongoing research efforts, give feedback to projects at different stages, and share results and lessons learned with everyone. Another important goal is to help students connect with each others (e.g. after realizing there is some overlapping interest in a problem setting or experimental design) and get a better understanding of the expectations towards a thesis and scientific presentations.

Next to presentations of our research, we hear the Master's and Bachelor's theses that we (co-)supervise. These theses presentations are either kickoff or final talks (also see our thesis process).

Current interval: Bi-weekly on odd Wednesdays at 11am via Zoom, up to two presentations per date of max. 20 minutes.

The following table shows the schedule. If you are interested in participating, just let us know via the e-mail forms on the right.

Next up
Date
Name
Topic
Type
03.03.2021
Konstantin
Using Graph Neural Networks for Distributed Link Prediction
Bachelor thesis final
03.03.2021
17.03.2021
Julian Weigel
A Framework for Testing Large-Scale Distributed IoT Applications
Master thesis final
17.03.2021
Wladimir Gaus
Adaptive Scheduling of Distributed Stream Processing in Heterogeneous IoT Environments
Master thesis final
31.03.2021
Oksana
Vergleich von Ansatzen zur CO2-Einsparung in Fog-Computing-Umgebungen (ger)
Bachelor thesis final
31.03.2021
Past Presentations
Date
Name
Topic
Type
11.11.2020
Felix
ecospace
Personal project
25.11.2020
Wladimir
Adaptive Scheduling of Distributed Stream Processing in Heterogeneous IoT Environments
Master thesis intermediate
06.01.2021
Alireza
Trace-Based Runtime Prediction of Reoccurring Data-Parallel Processing Jobs
Master thesis kickoff
20.01.2021
Ben
Fine-grained Failure Injection in Distributed Stream Processing Environments
Bachelor thesis final
20.01.2021
Illia
Analyse von Datenströmen in industriellen IoT Umgebungen (ger)
Bachelor thesis final


17.02.2021
Sebastian
In-Memory Database Integration in a Distributed Stream Processing Platform for Data Access Optimization
Bachelor thesis final
17.02.2021
Viktoria
Using Statistical Models to Predict Combined Sewer Overflows Based on Distributed Sensor Data
Bachelor thesis final

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