We are looking for HiWi / Bachelor- and Masterstudents in the domain of machine learning for simulation and development of a self-learning and -driving robotic car based on an FPGA

Tasks:

  • Development of a physically correct vehicle simulator
  • Embedding an artificial neuronal network onto an Altera-FPGA

Requirements:

  • Simulator: Programming experience in Python
  • FPGA: Basic understanding of CNNs and/or HW-Design (in Verilog)

Person to Contact: Kevin Kauth

Inside the RWTH network you can find more detailed information here.

The examinations are oral only this semester and take place:

  • 26.8.2019
  • 27.8.2019

To take the exam, an additional registration at the secretary's office is required. A time will then also assigned there.

The examinations are oral only this semester and take place:

  • 26.8.2019

To take the exam, an additional registration at the secretary's office is required. A time will then also assigned there.

 

The examinations are oral only this semester and take place:

  • 23.8.2019

To take the exam, an additional registration at the secretary's office is required. A time will then also assigned there.

 

Please note that examination of core moduls takes place in written form.

24/07/2019 Exam: 10:00 am  - 11:30 am, Building 2165|025 (UMIC) Duration: 90 min

The examination is scheduled to start at 10 am.

The students are asked to arrive at the lecture hall 15 minutes before to take their seats. 
No written aids or electronic devices are allowed with the exception of non-programmable and non-graphic calculators.

Mobile phones, smartphones, tablets or laptops are prohibited in the examination rooms.
Once taken your seat, please present your RWTH BlueCard or a study certificate with passport, German identity card or German residence permit for identification. Foreign photo ID cards are not accepted.

Please note that this semester's examination takes place in written form.

26/07/2019 Exam: 10:00 am - 11:30 am Venues: 2165|025 (UMIC-Building) Duration: 90 min

The examination is scheduled to start at 10 am.

The students are asked to arrive at the lecture hall 15 minutes before to take their seats.
No written aids or electronic devices are allowed with the exception of non-programmable and non-graphic calculators.

Mobile phones, smartphones, tablets or laptops are prohibited in the examination rooms. 
Once taken your seat, please present your RWTH BlueCard or a study certificate with passport, German identity card or German residence permit for identification. Foreign photo ID cards are not accepted.

We are looking for HiWi / Bachelor- and Masterstudents in the domain of cryptographic engines design for mobile applications

Tasks:

  • Literature review of cryptographic engine designs
  • Implementation of lightweight cryptographic engine in RTL
  • Optimization of the cryptographic engines by introducing novel data flow
  • Exploration of physical design space for energy efficiency at state-of-the-art technology nodes

Requirements:

  • Knowledge on RTL and logic design
  • Understanding basics of cryptography
  • Good English (spoken and written)

Beneficial knowledge:

  • Experience in EDA for digital design

Person to Contact: Dr.-Ing. Xin Fan

Inside the RWTH network you can find more detailed information here.