M.Sc. Theses in General

Master thesis projects are integral part of our research and teaching and due to that we put particular emphasis both on quality of thesis work and provided supervision. Hence, the number of M.Sc. thesis students we are able to admit is highly limited by our supervision powers, especially since the senior staff and particularly professors are supervising and monitoring all he thesis work in the institute. Hence, it is always better to ask possibilities sooner than later in order not to be dissapoined.

If you are interested in to do your M.Sc. thesis in iNETS, you should make an initial contact to the thesis research coordinator (currently Dr. Ljiljana Simic), one of the professors, or in the case there is an thesis advertisement available the person mentioned in the advertisement. 

Do not hesitate the contact us to ask about opportunities or to suggest your own research theme. Our study coordinator can help you on any generic questions. We have normally more topics and projects than listed in this web-page. All theses topics are tailored and adjusted to make the best possible fit with the skills and interests of students. Similarly we normally interview all the suitable thesis candidates. 

Current Highlighted Thesis Topics



Proximal Connectivity (with Wi-Fi)

Proximal Connectivity, Small-Cells, Fast Association, Secure Association
Contact: Dr Andrea Munari; Prof. Petri Mähönen

Finding voids and groups from High Dimensional Data

Data Analytics, Big Data, Clustering, Parallel Processing
Contact: Prof. Petri Mähönen

Where I am: A precision tracking solution for mobile world 

Localisation, Precision Tracking, Sensors, DSP, Programming & Prototypic
Contact: Julian Arnold, M.Sc.; Dr Ljiljana Simic

Developing a high frequency tracking radar

RADAR, Object Tracking, Software Defined Radio, DSP
Contact: Avishek Patra, M.Sc.; Dr Ljiljana Simic

Performance of Full-Duplex Radio Networks

Full-Duplex Radios, Network Simulations, Simulation & Programming, Systems Performance
Contact: Dr Andrea Munari

Correlated Channel Measurements & Models

Channel State Measurements, Propagation Models Future Cellular Communications
Contact: Prof. Petri Mähönen

Distributed Spectrum Measurements

Spectrum Measurements, Spectrum Analysis, Software Defined Radio, Cognitive Radio 
Contact: Julian Arnold, M.Sc.; Prof. Petri Mähönen

Performance of PD-NOMA in 5G

NOMA, Non-orthogonal communications, 5G,  New waveforms,
Contact: Fei Liu, M.Sc.; Dr. Ljiljana Simic

Institute for Networked Systems
RWTH Aachen University

Kackertstrasse 9
52072 Aachen
Germany

Tel. +49 241 8020900
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