People

The complete list of staff of the center can be found here.

Current

  • Adjunkt Aslak Johansen at University of Southern Denmark, 2015 to present
  • PhD student Jakob Hviid at University of Southern Denmark, 2016 to present (Main supervisor)
  • PhD student Fisayo Caleb Sangogboye at University of Southern Denmark, 2015 to present (Main supervisor)
  • PhD student Anooshmita Das at University of Southern Denmark, 2017 to present (Main supervisor)
  • PhD student Jens Hjort Schwee at University of Southern Denmark, 2018 to present (Main supervisor)

Alumni

  • Emil Holmegaard at University of Southern Denmark, 2013 to 2016 (Main supervisor with co-supervisor Bo Nørregaard Jørgensen)
  • Peter Nelleman at University of Southern Denmark, 2015 to 2017 (Co-supervisor with main supervisor Bo Nørregaard Jørgensen)
  • Allan Stisen at Aarhus University, 2012 to 2016 (Co-supervisor with Kaj Grønbæk, Henrik Blunck)
  • Thor Siiger Prentow at Aarhus University, 2012 to 2016, (Main supervisor with co-supervisors Kaj Grønbæk, Henrik Blunck
  • Matthias Nielsen at Aarhus University, 2012 to 2016 (Co-supervisor with Kaj Grønbæk)
  • Mads Schaarup Andersen 2009-2013, Topic: Location Privacy (co-supervisor, with Kaj Grønbæk as main supervisor)
  • Thomas Toftkjær at Aarhus University, 2007 to 2010, Topic: Accurate Positioning of Pedestrians in Mixed Indoor/Outdoor settings. A Particle Filter Approach to Sensor and Map Fusion. (Co-supervisor with Kaj Grønbæk)
  • Torben Godsk at Aarhus University, 2007 to 2010, Topic: Development of Pattern Recognition for Abnormal Cow Behavior Detection using Long Term Satellite Based Positioning.(Co-supervisor with Kaj Grønbæk)

Master Thesis Projects

  • Thomas Heine Rasmussen, 2017, Topic: Smart building control with minimal installation and maintenance cost
  • Almir Mehanovic, 2017, Topic: Smart building control with minimal installation and maintenance cost
  • Henrik Lindberg Larsen, 2017, Topic: Confidential (In collaboration with Intelligent Banker)
  • Emil Sebastian Rømer, 2016, Topic: Confidential (In collaboration with Rambøll)
  • Ahmad Akhmiew, 2016, Topic: Use of Bluetooth beacons and geofencing for personalized light control.
  • Senol Köycü, 2016, Topic: Use of Bluetooth beacons and geofencing for personalized light control.
  • Jakob Hviid, 2016, Topic: Confidential (In collaboration with BlueOceanRobotics).
  • Krzysztof Andrzej Leśniewski, 2016, Topic: Confidential (In collaboration with Hesehus).
  • Joseph Aikwatiame Umoru, 2016, Topic: Validation of Architectural Tactics to Improve the Development of Energy efficient Mobile Apps applied to Occupancy Detection
  • Ran Guo, 2015, Topic: Monitoring Solution for Indoor Positioning of Radio-based Beacon Devices
  • Kenan Imamovic, 2015, Topic: Improving Occupancy Prediction by Combining Historic Learning and User Feedback
  • Danica Ann Holm, 2014, Topic: Software Tools and Data Mining Methods for Analysis of Energy Data
  • Markus Wüstenberg, 2014, Topic: Developing Methods for Transportation Mode Detection using Real-World Mobile Sensing Applied for Environmental Impact Assessment.
  • Finn Jepsen Schmidt, 2011, Topic: Bestemmelse af folkemænger baseret på signalstyrkemålinger
  • Jonas Kristensen, 2011, Topic:  Bestemmelse af rutesammenfald baseret på signalstyrkemålinger
  • Mads Vering Krarup, 2011, Topic: Minimising Supervised fingerprinting for enabling easy deployable and expandable WiFi positionning. (Co-supervised with Christian S. Jensen)
  • Christian Melchior, 2011, Topic: Energy efficient detection of significant places
  • Esben Søe, 2010, Topic: Energy-efficient Recognition of Movement Patterns on Mobile Devices.
  • Allan Johansen, 2010, Topic: Implementing and evaluating a system for predicting the availability of GPS signals.
  • Jens Boye, 2010, Topic: Implementing and evaluating a system for predicting the availability of GPS signals.
  • Allan Madsen , 2010, Topic: Reduction and estimation of power consumption on Mobile Phones.
  • Carsten Valdemar Munk, 2009, Topic: Improving Rehabilitation through Computer Vision and Mobility Detection. (Co-supervised with Morten Kyng)
  • Kay Weckemann, 2009, Topic: Efficient Sharing of Information About Expected Positioning Errors. (visitor from LMU Co-supervised with Peter Ruppel and Claudia Linnhoff-Popien)