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Theses

If you are interested in writing your bachelor's, master's, or diploma thesis with our group, please, consider the following information (independent of whether you plan to write your thesis in cooperation with an external company or not):

  1. If you already have a rough idea of a potential topic: Typically, we will only supervise theses which are at least closely related to our research areas. These will usually be concerned with the development and assessment of geo-distributed systems and applications in the context of cloud, edge, and fog computing. Send us an email and sketch out briefly your course specialization, why you seek supervision of your thesis by MCC and attach your CV as well as your transcript of records.
  2. If you are interested in one of our announced open thesis topics (will be announced soon, so stay tuned!), please contact the group member mentioned in the topic description directly. Please sketch out briefly your course specialization and why you are interested in the topic. Furthermore, please also attach your CV as well as your transcript of records.
  3. If you are interested in our research topics but have no idea which concrete area might interest you: Please, do not hesitate to email one of our group members. Give a short description of your course specialization, why you are interested in our research area and which area in particular and attach your CV as well as your transcript of records. 

 

 

Open Topics
Topic
Link
Master: Replica Placement in Distributed Fog Platforms with Mobile Clients
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Master: Replica Discovery and Selection in Distributed Fog Platforms with Mobile Clients
PDF
Master: Modeling Cyclist Behavior in SUMO based on the SimRa Dataset
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Ongoing Theses
Evaluating the Applicability of OpenISBT to Open Source Microservice APIs
Bachelor, supervised by Martin Grambow
Routing End User Requests to Application Services in Fog Environments
Master, supervised by Martin Grambow
Identifying Nearest Nodes in Distributed Fog Platforms with Mobile Clients
Master, supervised by Tobias Pfandzelter
Tracking Surface Quality of Cycle Paths based on Smartphone Sensor Data
Master, supervised by Ahmet-Serdar Karakaya
Design and Implementation of a Microservice Testbed
Bachelor, supervised by Martin Grambow
Design and Implementation of a Processing Pipeline for High Resolution Blood Pressure Sensor Data
Master, supervised by David Bermbach
Using Benchmarking to Trace Performance Problems in Microservice Applications
Master, supervised by Martin Grambow
Managing the Tradeoff between End-to-End Latency and Load Distribution in Distributed Content-based Filtering Systems
Bachelor, supervised by Jonathan Hasenburg
Feedback-Driven Function Fusion in FaaS Deployments
Master, supervised by David Bermbach
Function Placement in Fog-Based FaaS Deployments
Master, supervised by David Bermbach

Providerseitige Reduktion von Cold-Starts mit Hilfe von Prozesswissen am Beispiel von OpenWhisk
Bachelor, supervised by David Bermbach
Past Theses since 2017
2020
Detecting Near Miss Incidents in Bicycle Traffic Using Acceleration Sensor Data
Master, supervised by Ahmet-Serdar Karakaya
Scaling GeoBroker Clusters based on Local Sharding
Master, supervised by Jonathan Hasenburg
Design and Implementation of a Scalable, Distributed, Location-Based Pub/Sub System
Master, supervised by Jonathan Hasenburg
2019
A Comparative Study of Implementation Strategies in Smart Car Scenarios
Bachelor, supervised by Jonathan Hasenburg
Erkennung der Oberflächengüte von Radwegen auf Basis von Smartphonesensordaten
Bachelor, supervised by Ahmet-Serdar Karakaya
A Lightweight FaaS Platform for Edge Environments
Master, supervised by David Bermbach
Experiment-Driven Assessment of Spatio-Textual Index Data Structures
Bachelor, supervised by Jonathan Hasenburg

Efficient Message Routing in Geo-Distributed Pub/Sub-Systems
Master, supervised by Jonathan Hasenburg
Vergleich verschiedener Ansätze zur Erzeugung von Application-Flowmaps aus Performancedaten
Bachelor, supervised by David Bermbach
Management of Federated Stream Processing Pipelines
Master, supervised by Jonathan Hasenburg
Reducing Cold Start Latencies in Federated FaaS Platforms
Master, supervised by David Bermbach
2018
Performance-Benchmarking in Continuous-Integration-Prozessen
Bachelor, supervised by Martin Grambow
A System for Improving Web API Availability
Master, supervised by David Bermbach
Benchmarking the Performance of Microservices
Master, supervised by David Bermbach
Understanding the Effects of Dockerization in Performance Benchmarking
Bachelor, supervised by David Bermbach
2017
Design and Implementation of a Fog Data Management System
Master, supervised by David Bermbach
Predicting Carsharing Availability
Master, supervised by David Bermbach
Managing Access for the Internet of Things and Services on the Example of ‘Eclipse SmartHome’
Master, supervised by David Bermbach

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