Dr. Norman Dziengel

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AG Technische Informatik

Institut für Informatik

Fachbereich Mathematik und Informatik

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Adresse
Takustr. 9
Raum R135
14195 Berlin
Fax
+49 30 838 75194

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Norman Dziengel received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Freie Universität Berlin in 04/2016.

Previously he was employed as research assistant at the faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science since 04/2008 for the BMBF (mst-AVS) project FeuerWhere. Since 10/2009 he was responsible for the BMBF (mst-AVS) project AVS-Extrem and the BMBF (VIP) project VIVE as a coordinator and supervisor.

His research focus is on distributed event detection and evaluation in wireless sensor networks, data quality assessment and secure communication for ad hoc and sensor networks.

During the Research to Market Challenge 2015 he was awarded together with his colleges Martin Seiffert and Marco Ziegert second place for the business idea of “PostureGuide” and got the SAP special award for ICT for a research-based product and business idea.

His further interests are to educate especially children, parents and teacher to understand how the internet may affect their current live and future.

Finished Bachelor / Master Theses

Fabian Schneider, Enhancement of an event detection system for wireless sensor networks with an optimized similarity measure, Master Thesis, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Freie Universität Berlin, February 2014

Simon Stapelfeld, Evaluierung der Einsatzfähigkeit eines drahtlosen Sensornetzes in der Brückenüberwachung. Master Thesis, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Freie Universität Berlin, (description), September 2012

Thomas Kruczyk, An assessing Data Quality Layer to enhance distributed event detection in Wireless Sensor Networks. Diploma Thesis, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Freie Universität Berlin, (description) June 2012

Martin Seiffert, A model driven Classifier for distributed Event Detection Systems in Wireless Sensor Networks. Diploma Thesis, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Freie Universität Berlin, (description), July 2012

Nicolai Schmittberger, Security in Event-Driven Wireless Sensor Networks. Diploma Thesis, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Freie Universität Berlin, October 2010.  (description)

Frederik Hermans, Data Fusion Based on Distributed Quality Estimation in Wireless Sensor Networks. Diploma Thesis, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Freie Universität Berlin, October 2009.  (description)

Christian Wartenburger Experimentelle Analyse verteilter Ereigniserkennung in Sensornetzen. Master's Thesis, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Freie Universität Berlin, December 2008.  (description, bib, slides)

Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften

Team BRIMSTONE mit der "Wireless Memory Demo", "Routing Demo" und "Next Gen Wearable Demo"

Posterrolle zur LNDW 2016

Memory Demo

Die "Wireless Memory Demo" bringt Kinder und Erwachsene ganz schnell auf Augenhöhe!


2015 - VIVE-Board F4VI2 inklusive tragbarem Gehäuse

2015 - Download: Teaser

2015 - Download: Technology and Applications

2015 - Download: Deployments


2014 - VIVE-Board F4VI2 inklusive Kastengehäuse

2014 - Verteilte Ereigniserkennung mit Holzbrücke in der BAM

2014 - Verteilte Ereigniserkennung mit Holzbrücke in der BAM - Echtzeitauswertung

2014 - Download: Poster zur verteilten Brückensurveillance

2014 - Demonstration der Verteilten Ereigniserkennung mit miniaturisierten Cooperative Wearables zur verteilten Bewertung einer Curlübung

2014 - Download: Poster zur Verteilten Ereigniserkennung mit Cooperative Wearables v2

2014 - Holzkniewinkel-Demo: Präzisionsdemonstration durch Winkelmessung der Verteilten Ereigniserkennung mit Cooperative Wearables Teil1

2014 - Holzkniewinkel-Demo: Präzisionsdemonstration durch Winkelmessung der Verteilten Ereigniserkennung mit Cooperative Wearables Teil2

2014 - Standübersicht


2013 - Demo eines ersten tragbaren Sensornetzes zur verteilten Bewertung einer Curlübung

2013 - Download: Poster zum Body Area Network

2013 - Download: Poster für neue Sensorknoten Hardware - F4VI1


2012 - Demo zur Präsentation der Verteilten Ereigniserkennung anhand einer Indoor-Konzeptbrücke

2012 - Download: Poster zur Brückenüberwachung

2012 - Download: Poster zur Verteilten Ereigniserkennung mit einem Kampfstab


2011 - Kampfstab-Demo


2011 - Routing-Demo mit AVS-Extrem Sensorknoten

2011 - Download: Poster zur Zaunintergation für AVS-Extrem Hardware


2010 - Verteilte Ereigniserkennung am Zaun: Erkennung von Einbrechern

2010 - Download: Poster zur verteilten Ereiniserkennung


2010 - Routing in drahtlosen Sensornetzen visualisiert

2010 - Download: Poster zum MMR-Routing


2009 - PongSpiel mit drei Sensorknoten zur Reduktion auftretender Datenqualitätsschwächen

2009 - Download: Poster zur Zaunüberwachung


2008 - Download: Poster zur verteilten Ereigniserkennung (Brunnen, Papier, Schere, Stein Demo demonstriert Prinzip der verteilten Ereigniserkennung mit Bewegten Sensorknoten)


2007 - Trainierbarer Boxhandschuh


 

 

Miscellaneous

KinderUni/ Girlsday/ Schulvorträge

Weitere Links zum Thema "Das Web vergisst nie!":

Forschungs-Projekte

 

  • VIVE (finished)
    VIVE investigates new applications that benefit of an in-network evaluation of predefined events. The wireless Compounds of sensor nodes are sharing information in a cooperative way which allows to evaluate events autonomously within the network. transferred data is reduced and evaluated within the network which allows short response time on events. As a result, the lifetime of the whole network will be enhanced. More information about the VIVE project is available on the VIVE homepage.
  • AVS-Extrem (finished)
    AVS-Extrem is a use case for Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) focused on collaborative, in-network data processing. The goal is to develop a distributed event detection system that can reliably report security relevant incidents (e.g. a person climbing over a fence and accessing restricted areas) to a base station. The vision is that through cooperation of many sensor nodes the accuracy of event detection can be greatly improved, while at the same time saving energy by reducing multi-hop communication with the base station. More information about the AVS-Extreme project is available on the AVS-Extrem homepage.
  • FeuerWhere (finished)
    Distributed tracking of fire fighters in cooperation with Berliner Feuerwehr and various industrial partners. The goal of the joint-project is to improve safety of rescue forces. To achieve this, we are evaluating the three key aspects: localisation, vital monitoring and data transmission. A demonstrator will be built to show the feasibility and further evaluate the solution in realistic environments. More information on the project page.
  • FenceMonitoring (finished)
    The Fence Monitoring project is a use case for Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) focused on collaborative, in-network data processing. The goal is to develop a distributed event detection algorithm that can reliably report security relevant incidents (e.g. a person climbing over a fence) to a base station. The vision is that through cooperation of many sensor nodes the accuracy of event detection can be greatly improved, while at the same time saving energy by reducing multi-hop communication with the base station. More information about the VIVE project is available on the project page.
  • mPoliks (finished)
    The Freie Universität Berlin and the Berlin Police Department are cooperation partners since 2006. Within this cooperation we are evaluating secure approaches for mobile data access to police records.

    The objective of the project mPOLIKS lies in the design and implementation of a mobile solution to access the internal police information system. mPOLIKS is based on standard protocols and hardware, which reduce costs and complexity. The system runs on Windows Mobile devices. More information on the project page.

  • Marco Ziegert, Norman Dziengel, Martin Seiffert, Stefan Pfeiffer and Jochen Schiller. A Developer and a Reference Board for Distributed Motion Evaluation in Wireless Sensor Networks. In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology (ICIT '15), Seville, Spain, March 2015.
  • Norman Dziengel, Martin Seiffert and Stefan Kolano. A METHOD AND A FEEDBACK SYSTEM FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF MOTIONS OF A VERSATILE SYSTEM European Patent Application EP14193446 (unpublished), priority date: 17, November 2014.
  • Georg Wittenburg, Norman Dziengel, and Christian Wartenburger. METHOD AND SENSOR NETWORK FOR ATTRIBUTE SELECTION FOR AN EVENT RECOGNITION International patent US2012036242 (A1),  February 2012.

  • Norman Dziengel, Nicolai Schmittberger, Jochen Schiller and Mesut Günes. Secure Communications for Event-Driven Wireless Sensor Networks. In the third international Symposium on Sensor Networks and Applications (SNA 2011) in conjunction with the Twenty-Fourth International Conference on Computer Applications in Industry and Engineering (CAINE 2011), Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 2011