Master Thesis in Communication Systems
Available external projects
The following list contains external thesis projects from companies which have contacted the division of Communication Systems in search of students with a suitable background in telecommunication. To apply for a project, please contact the corresponding company directly. After an agreement has been made with the company, an examiner at Communication Systems will be assigned to the project.
|1. Communications for Grouped Staff (description in Swedish)|
This Master Thesis project treats the question of how communication
can be guaranteed within a closely grouped staff in the field.
In order to work at FOI you have to be swedish citizen!
|2. Signal Processing for reduced hardware massive MIMO|
The aim of the MSc thesis is to model reduced complexity massive
MIMO communication systems and propose signal processing
algorithms for reduced complexity hardware and evaluate their
performance. This work can be used as a starting point to
specify efficient massive MIMO wireless access strategies for
reduced complexity hardware.
Company: Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent
Location: Dublin, Ireland.
|3. The next step in Heterogenous Network development: Basic WiFi and Cellular integration using Passpoint authentication of WiFi clients|
The task is to define, design, test and document a solution for
adaption of a mobile server for Passpoint certification of WLAN
that is scalable and applicable to current and future projects
where this is required. This requires a sizable amount of
information gathering to master a deep knowledge about the
Passpoint standard as well as WLAN and Mobile systems in general.
|4. UWB radar lobstyrning och signalbehandling (description in Swedish)|
Develop and implement on existing hardware algorithms for shaping
the antenna lobe for both sending and receiving as well as
detect one ore more moving objects.
Company: Cinside AB
|5. Radardesign och sensornätverk (description in Swedish)|
The target is to perform design and construction of a complete
radar sensor for finding people buried under demolished buildings.
Company: Cinside AB
|6. Wireless Measuring of Tension in Bolted Joints (description in Swedish)|
The project target is to find efficient wireless communication
with the chip implemented in a bolt so that the manifacturing
cost is substantialy decreased. This should be done so that the
bolts could still be used in harsh environments.
Company: AB Momento
|7. Synkronisering med hjälp av protokollsymboler (description in Swedish)|
There are various solutions for improving reliability of a data
communication application. This project is about defining
structures that utilize context synchronization and thus
improving the reliability.
Company: Vortechz AB
Companies often advertise available thesis projects on their web pages, typically under ``job opportunities''. Several local companies and institutes have activities relevant to the research at the division, for example, Ericsson, FOI, SECTRA. The division of Communication Systems has a large network with local industry and can usually help students find external master thesis projects. The best way of initiating such contacts is to contact the teacher in the division you feel best can assess your capabilities.
Many companies offer thesis projects in the form of internships. If you have found a project in a company and are looking for an examiner at LiU, please contact our master thesis coordinator Dr. Danyo Danev with a brief description (1/2 page) of the project, and a copy of your grade transcripts. The project should be related to the general area of communication systems and to the courses offered by the division or the research that we conduct.
When you write to a company or to a faculty member in Communication Systems to apply for a thesis project, please include a brief personal letter (<1 page); brief CV; and complete grade transcripts from undergraduate and M.Sc. studies. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Please use PDF file format. MS-Word attachments are usually not opened.
Last updated: 2017 02 27 16:20