Lehrstuhl für Angewandte Softwaretechnik
Chair for Applied Software Engineering

 

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Dr. Juan Haladjian

haladjia (at) in.tum.de

Technische Universität München
Institut für Informatik I1

Boltzmannstraße 3
D-85748 Garching b. München
Germany

Office: 01.07.53
Tel: +49 (0)89 289 18235

 

Dissertation

TangoHapps - An Integrated Development Environment for Smart Textiles

Research

  • Wearable computing, smart textiles
  • Machine learning, artificial intelligence, pattern recognition
  • Application fields: sports, health/rehabilitation, animals

Teaching

Conferences

 

Selected Publications

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Projects

Hardware

We have the following hardware available for your projects at the Chair for Applied Software Engineering: Arduino Minis, Arduino Fio, Arduino UNOs, Arduino Lilypad Kits, RedBearLab's BLEMinis, intel EdisonsPressure Sensors, IMUs: MPU6050 and MPU9150, e-Health Sensor Kit.

Theses / Guided Research

New available master's thesis / guided research project:

**New** iPig: a wearable device to track pig physical activities. This thesis involves the development and evaluation of a wearable device to classify pig activities such as "sleeping", "walking" and "eating" using a wearable motion sensor, which we have already available at the chair and is programmable over the Eclipse IDE. It also involves setting up a camera at a pig's stable and labeling pig activities into "eating", "walking", "resting".

Note: A guided research can be done instead of a lab course and gives you 10 ECTS. It offers you the possibility to focus on a research project under my supervision, which you might also continue working on as part of your thesis. 

A full list of open and finished theses can be found here.

Thesis Templates: Lyx Latex

Form to register a Bachelor's Thesis and a Master's Thesis

More Information about writing your thesis at the TUM