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Student Assistent for Wireless Sensor Networks Lab Winter Semester 24/25

Beschreibung

The Wireless Sensor Networks lab offers the opportunity to develop software solutions for the wireless sensor networking system, targeting innovative applications. For the next semester, a position is available to assist the participants in learning the programming environment and during the project development phase. The lab is planned to be held on-site every Tuesday 15:00 to 17:00.

Voraussetzungen

  • Solid knowledge in Wireless Communication: PHY, MAC, and network layers.
  • Solid programming skills: C/C++.
  • Linux knowledge.
  • Experience with embedded systems and microcontroller programming knowledge is preferable.

 

Kontakt

yash.deshpande@tum.de

alexander.wietfeld@tum.de

Betreuer:

Yash Deshpande, Alexander Wietfeld

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Implementation and Evaluation of a Particle-Based Simulator for Molecular Communication with Diffusion and Flow

Beschreibung

Implement a particle-based simulation framework for molecular communication networks:

 

 

Use e.g. Python or MATLAB

 

Main target scenario: cylindrical tube with multiple transmitters and receivers

 

Effects: Diffusion, laminar/uniform flow -> output: particle trajectories

 

Enable different types of transmitters and receivers (e.g. point, cross-sectional distribution, volume) Flexibility in placement of TX and RX and shape of the initial molecules distribution  

 

Implement and evaluate a non-orthogonal multiple access scheme based on the distance and the emitted number of molecules from each TX

Kontakt

alexander.wietfeld@tum.de

Betreuer:

Alexander Wietfeld