Individualprojekte

Neben unseren regelmäßig stattfindenden Projektveranstaltungen (siehe rechte Spalte) bieten wir zusätzlich eine Reihe von individuellen Einzel- und Gruppenthemen für Projekte an. Diese können je nach Prüfungsordnung als Teil des Projektmoduls im Master eingebracht werden. 

Aktuelle Ausschreibungen


Meißner, Dominik
Practical Overview of Serverless Computing
Projektarbeit
Institute of Distributed Systems,
2019
in Vorbereitung

Marker: PROJEKT DominikMeißner cloud

Zusammenfassung: Serverless is a current trend in cloud computing. In contrast to what the name indicates it does not describe an architecture without servers. Instead, it really means that developers do not have to worry about servers and infrastructure, but can completely focus on their code. Unlike previous cloud computing models, a cloud vendor does not offer full platforms or virtual machines, but an execution environment for functions. These often feature a pay-per-use billing model and automatic scalability of resources based on current utilization. Thus, developers are completely relieved of the operational concerns of their applications. All major cloud computing providers offer their own flavor of serverless computing or Function as a Service (FaaS). The goal of this project is to provide a comparison of the similarities and differences of these platforms. Another goal of this project is the implementation of a reference application that can be used to compare different platforms and their programming model. As the practical part of this project a multi node Apache OpenWhisk (an open source serverless platform) cluster should be set up and tested.

Matousek, Matthias
Machine Learning with TensorFlow Privacy
Master's thesis, Bachelor's thesis, Project
Institute of Distributed Systems,
2019
in Vorbereitung

Marker: ABSCHLUSSARBEIT AA MASTER MA BACHELOR BA PROJEKT MatthiasMatousek

Zusammenfassung: Machine learning offers great opportunities, but also comes with risks. Especially the privacy risks are becoming more prevalent in the discussions about machine learning. Recently, Google published a machine learning library called TensorFlow Privacy. Its goal is to make it easier for developers and researchers to build privacy-preserving machine learning models. Specifically, it utilizes Differential Privacy, which mathematically guarantees that the training data to create the models is protected from being extracted. The goal of this thesis or project is to become familiar with the TensorFlow Privacy library, to understand and be able to explain the techniques which are implemented in it, to be able to build privacy-preserved machine learning models, and possibly to implement own protection techniques that could enhance the TensorFlow Privacy library.

Engelmann, Felix
Extension of a Monero Wallet
Bachelor's thesis, Project
Institute of Distributed Systems,
2019
in Vorbereitung

Marker: ABSCHLUSSARBEIT AA BACHELOR BA PROJEKT FelixEngelmann

Zusammenfassung: The goal of this project is to extend the Monero project [1] to support an additional transaction type. The transaction itself is already implemented, but is not integrated into the cli tools and the consensus mechanism. A good knowledge of C++ is required and a basic understanding of cryptocurrencies is helpful. The evaluation of the project consists of creating a cli demo in a test setup.

Mehdi, Muntazir
Optimizing Smart Mobile Crowdsensing Apps
Project
Institute of Distributed Systems,
2019
in Vorbereitung

Schlüsselwörter: Project

Marker: PROJEKT MuntazirMehdi VAPS mobile misc

Zusammenfassung: Mobile crowdsensing is the method of acquiring user experience data from users. Either in an automated fashion without limited user engagement, for instance using embedded sensors of the smartphone. Or in a participatory fashion, where the user is the main responsible for the provision of data, for instance filling out surveys. With regard to this, we have developed an app that acquires user experience data related to weather in both - automated as well as participatory fashion. However, using multiple embedded sensors of the smartphone consumes resources, battery, as well as storage. For successful completion of the project, the student is required to work on the existing mobile crowdsensing app. More specifically, in the project, the student will have the options to work on optimizing battery consumption, limiting resource usage, optimize sensor data storage, or improve the sensor data accuracy. Or the student has the freedom to suggest his own vision about extending the current app. The successful completion of the project requires the student to actively participate in the project meetings, deliver the tasks on time, write a project report and present their work at the end.

Erb, Benjamin; Meißner, Dominik
Interactive exploration of event-sourced graphs
Master's thesis or individual lab project
Institute of Distributed Systems,
2018
in Vorbereitung

Marker: AA, MA, PROJEKT, BenjaminErb, FrankKargl, sidgraph, distributed, DominikMeissner

Zusammenfassung: The chronograph platform is a system for computing on evolving graphs. One module of the platform should provide an interactive user interface for exploring the history, evolution, and topology of the graph. The goal of this project is the design and implementation of a scalable, web-based user interface for the exploration of chronograph data.

Engelmann, Felix
Blockchain Explorer
Projekt
Institute of Distributed Systems, Ulm University,
2017
in Vorbereitung

Marker: PROJEKT, FelixEngelmann

Zusammenfassung: In dem Projekt soll eine Webanwendung entstehen, die Daten aus einer Blockchain visualisiert und mit zusätzlichen Informationen aufbereitet. Für die bekannten Blockchains wie Bitcoin und Ethererum existieren Portale wie z.B. etherscan.io , die detaillierte Informationen über die jeweilige Blockchain anzeigen. Für den Einsatz in der Industrie sind diese öffentlichen Blockchains jedoch nicht zuverlässig genug. Deshalb betreut das SAMPL Projekt eine eigene Blockchain, die auf Ethereum aufbaut und speziell für Lizenzverwaltung ausgerichtet ist. Dafür soll nun ein Explorer entwickelt werden der den gleichen Komfort bietet wie die existierenden Plattformen. Die Rohdaten können per REST API bezogen werden, sollten dann aber für die Verwendung aufbereitet werden und in einer durchsuchbaren Datenbank abgelegt werden. Die UI sollte durch eine zeitgemäße Webseite geschehen. Testprojekte gibt es mit node.js und angular, jedoch ist verwendete Technologie egal, solange die Software zuverlässig im Produktivbetrieb eingesetzt werden kann.

Habiger, Gerhard
Implementation of asynchronous request handling in BFT SMaRt
Institute of Distributed Systems,
2016
in Vorbereitung

Marker: PROJEKT, GerhardHabiger

Zusammenfassung: Current research efforts of our institute include a project on deterministic scheduling of multithreaded applications for State Machine Replication (SMR) systems with Byzantine Fault Tolerance (BFT). One part of this project aims to integrate our own work on deterministic scheduling with the BFT SMaRt library. Currently, BFT SMaRt only supports synchronous request-response patterns, whereas our planned SMR platform needs these patterns to be asynchronous. The goals of this project are (i) to analyze the existing BFT SMaRt codebase, (ii) to implement the necessary interfaces for asynchronous request handling and (iii) to integrate these changes into the existing BFT SMaRt libraries.

Reguläre Projekte im Master

Rechnernetze und IT-Sicherheit I und II
4Pj, 8LP, jedes Semester

Verteilte Anwendungen, Plattformen und Systeme I und II
3Pj, 8LP, jedes Semester