Offered Theses

Please contact the doctoral researchers directly if you are interested in a Bachelor or Master thesis, a student job, an "Ingenieurspraxis" or a "Forschungspraxis". It is also usually possible to find a topic that matches your specific interests. Please include a curriculum vitae together with a list of attended courses when applying for a thesis. If your "Ingenieurspraxis" is selected to be supervised by one of our professors, please hand in the documents to Doris Dorn (Room N2401).

Bachelorarbeiten

A Jupyter Notebook for Equalization Methods (LB)

Computation of Identification Function Over Faulty Channels

A Jupyter Notebook for Line Coding in Access Networks (LB)

Identification Over The Binary Symmetric Channel

Masterarbeiten

Quasi-Linear Multiplexing in NFDM Systems with Purely Discrete Nonlinear Spectrum

[identification] Implementation of identification with algebraic-geometry (Goppa) codes

[identification] Implementation of identification with universal hash functions

[identification] Implementation of identification with Polar codes

[identification] Applications of Identification Codes in V2X Communications

[identification] Simulation and performance improvement of identification codes

[security] Practical implementation of physical-layer semantic security

[quantum] Realignment criterion and upper bounds in device-independent QKD

[quantum] Semantic security of infinite-dimensional classical-quantum channels

[quantum] Asymptotic continuity of restricted quantum relative entropies under general channels

[quantum] Practical protocols for quantum synchronization in classical network

[quantum] Entanglement-measures upper bounds on device-independent distillable key

Intelligent Reflecting Surface -aided Beam Alignment for mmWave Communications

Joint Sensing and Communications for Future Autonomous Applications

Explicit Construction of Deterministic Identification Codes

Group testing techniques based on sparse graphs for large-scale population screening

Efficient Implementation of Decryption Algorithms in Rank-Based Cryptography

The coin weighing problem

Error Correction in DNA Storage

How to guess an n-digit number

DNA Storage Channel Modeling and Error Correction

Algebraic Coding for Distributed Storage

Homomorphic encryption

Two-sided search

Learning Aided SC Flip Decoding for Polar Codes

Polar Coding with Non-Binary Kernels

Forschungspraxis oder MSCE Forschungspraxis

[identification] Implementation of identification with algebraic-geometry (Goppa) codes

[identification] Implementation of identification with universal hash functions

[identification] Implementation of identification with Polar codes

[identification] Simulation and performance improvement of identification codes

[quantum] Realignment criterion and upper bounds in device-independent QKD

Fano's Inequality: Applications in Communications and Beyond the Communication Problem

Decoding of product codes

BCJR Algorithm

Identification Codes via Prime Numbers

On the Equivalence of Identification and Authentication

Analysis of Criss-Cross Deletion in Arrays

Index Coding & Coded Caching

Error Correction in DNA Storage

Homomorphic encryption

Distributed learning on serverless compute services

Investigation of polar and Reed-Muller codes under inactivation decoding for distributed computing

Two-sided search

Learning Aided SC Flip Decoding for Polar Codes

Polar Coding with Non-Binary Kernels

Ingenieurpraxis

A Jupyter Notebook for Equalization Methods (LB)

A Jupyter Notebook for Line Coding in Access Networks (LB)

Seminar Topics

The three Seminars "Seminar on Coding and Cryptography", "Seminar on Digital Communications" and "Seminar on Optical Communications" will be organized jointly.

It does not matter for which one you register (please pick *one*), we will assign you to the right one once you passed the application phase.

You can find an overview about the open topics below.

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