Thesis

Ongoing Projects

Master Thesis

  • Michael Kalb. Fourier-based Fast Reconstruction in Photoacoustic Tomography .

    Betreuer: F. Filbir, TUM.

  • Matthias Wissel. A Prognostic Model for Availability of Parking .

    Betreuer: F. Filbir, TUM in Cooperation with BMW Group.

Bachelor Thesis

  • Maria Mircea. Methods for Dimensionality Reduction of High-Dimensional Data.

    Betreuer: F. Filbir, TUM.

Past Projects

PhD Thesis

  • Ruben Seyfried. Summability Methods for the Inversion of the Spherical Mean Operator.

    Betreuer: S. Kunis & F. Filbir, Universität Osnabrück 2014.

  • Wolfgang Erb. Uncertainty principles on Riemannian manifolds.

    Betreuer: F. Filbir, TUM 2010.

  • Dominik Schmid. Scattered Data Approximation on the Rotation Group and Generalizations.

    Betreuer: F. Filbir, TUM 2009.

Master Thesis

  • Thomas Fink. Approximative Inversion des sphärischen Mittelwertoperators durch Reihenentwicklung.

    Betreuer: F. Filbir, TUM 2012.

  • Andreas Schindele. Krümmungsprofile in Schwarz-Weiß-Bildern.

    Betreuer: P. Massopust, TUM 2012.

  • Kristof Schröder. Rekonstruktion von Bandpass-Signalen aus ihren Nullstellen.

    Betreuer: P. Massopust & M. Storath, TUM 2012.

  • Thomas Wiatowski. Kernel Based Image Reconstructoin from Spherical Mean Data.

    Betreuer: F. Filbir & J. Frikel, TUM 2012.

  • Bettina Sieber. Spectral Methods for Reconstruction of Functions from Spherical Radon Transform Data.

    Betreuer: F. Filbir, TUM 2011.

  • Andreas Hangauer. Construction of Coiflets Associated with Multiwavelets.

    Betreuer: B. Forster-Heinlein & P. Massopust, TUM 2010.

  • Susanne Schmalkalt. Direktionales Filtern in Bildern am Beispiel von Nervenfaserprojektionen.

    Betreuer: B. Forster-Heinlein & P. Massopust, TUM 2009.

  • Florian Drechsler. Wavelet-Sets und Spiegelungsgruppen.

    Betreuer: P. Massopust, TUM 2007.

Bachelor Thesis

  • Juliane Sigl. Reconstruction of Functions from Sperical Mean Data using Radial Basis Functions.

    Betreuer: F. Filbir, TUM 2011.

Internship

  • Klemens Schürholz. An Attempt to Mathematicallly predict binding affinities of peptides.

    Betreuer: F. Filbir, TUM 2013.