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Master Thesis in Communication Systems

Available internal projects

These projects are related to one of our current research projects and you will work in close collaboration with our faculty and Ph.D. students. To apply for an internal project, please send an email to the contact person for the project, and include a short description of yourself and a grade transcript. Generally, students applying for internal projects must have a strong background in mathematics and good skills in computer programming. Some knowledge of hardware is useful for some of the projects.

Wireless System Studies

1. Adversarial Attacks on Deep Learning Based Intelligent Wireless Systems
  Deep learning (DL) is a rising branch of machine learning that has shown significant performance in many disciplines. However, DL suffers from a fundamental security and robustness issue.
2. Simulating and Evaluating 5G Massive MIMO Under Practical Conditions
  In this project, you will analyze how the latest developments in multiple antenna communications will perform in 5G deployments, using state-of-the-art channel models.
3. Experimental Demonstration of Backscatter Channel Estimation by MIMO Reader
  This Master thesis project will be first focusing on the prototype implementation of basic monostatic BSC between a singe antenna semi-passive tag and a full-duplex antenna array reader.

Coding Theory

4. Software for density evolution studies of LDPC codes
  Develop simulation tools in C++ and study the density evolution of LDPC codes.
5. Arithmetic in prime fields based on Eisenstein integers
  Compare arithmetic operations in some prime field(s) using different representations.

Digital Signal Processing and Filtering

6. All-Digital Channelizers and Aggregators for Multi-Standard Video Distribution
  Investigating and developing design methods for new all-digital flexible solutions targeting orders-of-magnitude reductions in the computational complexity.

Have your own idea about a possible master thesis project? Contact one of the faculty members in our division.

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