Vortragsreihe | Research School Fachbereich 1

Im Wintersemester 2019/2020 wird die zweiwöchentlich stattfindende Vortragsreihe der Research School des Fachbereich 1 fortgesetzt.
Alle Vorträge finden am Campus Wilhelminenhof in C 303 statt - sofern nicht anders angegeben.



Mittwoch 16.10. (KW 42)
16:00 bis 17:30 Uhr

Securing IPv6 neighbor discovery and SLAAC in access networks through SDN | Thomas Scheffler

Influence of Temperature and Material on Anodic Bonding for Stress Sensitive MEMS | Xiaodong Hu

Dienstag  29.10. (KW 44)
17:30 bis 19:00 Uhr

Modeling and Control of Tower Crane Motions | Lobna Tarek Aboserre

Research Funding in Cooperation with Maghreb States and Middle East States | Horst Schulte

Mittwoch 13.11. (KW 46)
16:00 bis 17:30 Uhr

Bewertung von Gerüchen im Innenraum | Birgit Müller & Simone Brandt

Bitte beachten: Veranstaltung findet in WH G 123 statt - mit anschließendem Laborbesuch

Dienstag  26.11. (KW 48)
17:30 bis 19:00 Uhr
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Mittwoch 11.12. (KW 50)
16:00 bis 17:30 Uhr
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Securing IPv6 neighbor discovery and SLAAC in access networks through SDN | Thomas Scheffler (Mittwoch 16.10.)
This research proposes and evaluates a new approach to secure the IPv6 Neighbor Discovery Protocol (NDP) and Stateless Address Autoconfiguration in local Ethernet segments.
We created an Software Defined Networking (SDN) application on the Ryu framework which functions as an intelligent NDP-Proxy. The application inspects all NDP messages in the data path of the network access switch. Once the application has accumulated data about the respective Ethernet segment, it performs sanity checking and filtering. We used several relevant attacks from the THC IPv6 toolkit to assert resiliency against attacks on the Neighbor Discovery Protocol.
Load tests showed some overhead for the NDP packet inspection, but once the relevant flow-rules have been installed, subsequent packets are forwarded on the fast-path of the switch and network performance is only minimally affected.

Influence of Temperature and Material on Anodic Bonding for Stress Sensitive MEMS | Xiaodong Hu (Mittwoch 16.10.)
This Presentation is to discuss the influence of the bonding temperature and material properties on anodic bonding and the thermally introduced stress. Anodic bonding technology is widely used to form bond between borosilicate glass and bare MEMS sensors to realize application specialized structure, such as complex 3D structure, hermetic environment and fluid tunnels. However, this technique will introduce thermal stress, which is caused by different CTEs between silicon and glass, and the effect of this stress has not been well studied yet. From this point of view, this Presentation concentrates on the stress issue and its influences on the MEMS-based sensors.

Modeling and Control of Tower Crane Motions | Lobna Tarek Aboserre (Dienstag  29.10.)
Tower cranes are widely utilized to transport heavy loads in construction sites. The transportation process should have high-speed maneuvers and precision of destination, to increase the efficiency and productivity of the construction process. However, large amplitude oscillations of the payload arise leading to hazardous situations. Therefore, the payload oscillations must be suppressed introducing a challenging control problem that is under investigation in research. Consequently, nonlinear anti-sway controllers are being developed and their effectiveness is validated for practical implementations.

Vergangene Veranstaltungen

Sommersemester 19


Solarpotenzial in Berlin - Klimaschutz mit Fallstricken | Joseph Bergner

Stromspeicher-Inspektion 2018 | Johannes Weniger

07.05.2019OpReeBeK2 - Modellierung und Regelung 
einer Klimaanlage in Theorie und Praxis
| André Badura, Stephan Kusche

Forschungsinfrastruktur der Helmholtz-Zentren - 
Synchrotron-Strahlung und Beugungsgitter für die internationale 
| Marcus Lörgen

04.06.2019Wind-tunnel experiments on airfoils and rotor blades of wind turbines | Dr Marinos Manolesos - Senior Lecturer in Aerospace Engineering, Jörg Alber - PhD-student at the Institute of Fluid Dynamics and Technical Acoustics
18.06.2019Kurzvorträge zu angedachten Promotions-Projekten am FB 1 | Professoren und Mitarbeiter am FB 1
02.07.2019Sensors and actuators for monitoring and actuating on relevant parameters on 2D epithelial tissues | Dahiana Mojena Medina (PhD Student, Departamento de Tecnología Electrónica, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain)

Wintersemester 18/19

06.11.2018Theory for the User: Forschung zur Regelungstechnik
am FB 1
| Nico Goldschmidt, Florian Pöschke, Horst Schulte
20.11.2018Monitoring des degewo-Zukunftshauses — Ergebnisse und Erfahrungen aus dem ersten Betriebsjahr | Frederik Werder, Friedrich Sick

Research activities on microsensors and micro technologies at HTW Berlin | Ha Duong Ngo

Novel plasma-based additive manufacturing technology for MEMS | Jan Bickel


Anwendungsbeispiele für Modellbildung und Regelung: Geräuschanalyse in einem Antriebstrang und Entwurf aktiver Magnetlager für Rotoren | Heide Brandtstädter

Ergebnisse einer Projektarbeit: "Implementierung einer Regelung in eine Modell- Windkraftanlage" | Gerrit Kemmerling, Hannes Martens

15.01.2019AI driven orchestration of low level services for manufacturing processes | Yannick Fourastier
22.01.2019Feierliche Eröffnung der Research School | Campus Wilhelminenhof - Raum H 001