Master and PhD Theses
MSc thesis: Natasha Pracejus (2010)
"Contributions of the posterior parietal cortex to detecting and localizing visual stimuli" (2010)
Prof. Dr. Marc-Thorsten Hütt
PhD thesis: Daniel Geberth (February 2009)
"Exploring the influence of biological variability on pattern formation in Dictyostelium discoideum"
MSc thesis: Moritz Beber (May 2010)
"Flux balance analysis on random metabolic systems"
MSc thesis: Mohammad Mobashir (July 2010)
"Simulated evolution of gene regulatory networks"
Prof. Dr. Herbert Jaeger
MSc thesis: Consuela Voevudschi (May 2010)
"ESN based Working Memory as Partial or Multiple Global Periodic Attractors"
Co-supervised by Mathias Bode
MSc thesis: Razvan Pascanu (May 2010)
"Memory Enhanced Echo State Networks"
Co-supervisor Andreas Birk
Prof. Dr. Lars Linsen
PhD thesis: (with distinction) Paul Rosenthal (2009)
"Direct Surface Extraction from Unstructured Point-based Volume Data"
(Other Dissertation Committee members: Horst K. Hahn, Stephan Rosswog, Daniel Weiskopf - University of Stuttgart)
PhD thesis: Tetyana Ivanovska (2009)
"Efficient Multichannel Image Partitioning: Theory and Application"
(Other Dissertation Committee members: Horst K. Hahn, Jos B.T.M. Roerdink - University of Groningen)
PhD thesis: Tran Van Long (2010)
"Visualizing High Density Clusters in Multidimensional Data"
(Other Dissertation Committee members: Adalbert Wilhelm, Daniel Keim - University of Constance)
MSc thesis: Daniel Cernea (2009)
"Graphical Methods for Online Surface Fitting on Range Sensor Point Clouds"
(2nd examiner: Andreas Birk)
MSc thesis: Petar Dobrev (2010)
"Compact Representation of the Isosurface Spectrum for Efficient Isosurface Rendering"
(2nd examiner: Andreas Nüchter)
MSc thesis: Teodor Cioaca (2010)
"CNC Machining with Bounded Dynamics"
(2nd examiner: Peter Oswald)
Prof. Dr. Peter Oswald
PhD thesis: Siarhei Markouski (2010)
"Homomorphisms of diagonal Lie algebras"
Examiners: Alexander Baranov (Leicester), Karl-Hermann Neeb (Erlangen)
PhD thesis: Todor Milev (2010)
"Root Fernando-Kac subalgebras of finite type"
Examiners : Vera Serganova (Berkeley), Peter Fiebig (Erlangen)
Prof. Dr. Joachim Vogt
MSc thesis: Adrian Albert (June 2009)
"Three-point gradient estimation using planar reciprocal vectors"
Examiners: Prof. Joachim Vogt, Prof. Marcus Brueggen, and Dr. Octav Marghitu (ISS Bucharest-Magurele)
Prof. Dr. Adalbert FX Wilhelm PhD thesis: Iulian Ilies (December 2010)
"Cluster Analysis for Large, High-Dimensional Datasets: Methodology and Application"