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

PhD Thesis

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

 

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Projects

  

Open Master's Theses / Guided Research Topics

**New** Embedded development of a sports application. We are developing a virtual coach for goalkeeper training with a famous German goalkeeper. We have a wearable device with an integrated 9-axis IMU (accelerometer, gyroscope and magnetometer). The goal of this thesis is to develop a firmware (in plain C) that performs computations (e.g. mean, correlation, fast fourier transform) on the wearable device and sends the results over to an iOS application. Our wearable device is based on InvenSense's ICM20602 and uses an external magnetometer. 

**New** Assembly of a 9-axis IMU recording device. If you have experience on hardware design, you are welcome to apply to this project! We are looking for a device able to record acceleration, angular velocity and magnetic fields (9-axis) at high speeds on an SD card. We currently have a device able to do so based on InvenSense's ICM20602 and uses an external magnetometer. The goal of this thesis is to adapt / extend or assemble a new device using on the most modern  Invensense's MPU9250 IMU (or similar to be agreed on).

**New** Wearable Activity Recognition. My field of research is on machine learning with wearable sensors. One possible application field is sports (e.g. counting the amount of repetitions of an exercise, measuring athlete’s performance), another is veterinary medicine (activity recognition for animal: eating, walking, resting). If you have access to a specific animal or perform a specific sport and want to automatically extract context information, we could work on it together. Feel free to contact me with your idea.

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

Application

Note: Apply to these projects if you are interested in and ideally have experience in signal processing and machine learning. To get familiar with the field, read related papers: link1, link2, link3. Also, I usually work with Matlab - here is a nice tutorial: Matlab tutorial. Finally, this survey paper provides a nice overview of this field (specially have a look at the case study in the second part of the paper): Bulling paper.

Write me an email with:

  • your CV
  • your high school / university qualification certificate, bachelor and master's grades (if applicable)
  • motivation and relevant experience for the project

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