Bachelor graduate Felicia Ruppel awarded Rohde & Schwarz Prize

Student who wrote her bachelor thesis with the signal processing group receives award for outstanding bachelor degree


From the left: Prof. Klein, Dr.-Ing. Muma, Felicia Ruppel, Magdalena Pöllmann (Rohde & Schwarz), Prof. Jakoby.

In the beginning of May Felicia Ruppel was awarded the annual Rohde & Schwarz Prize. The prize honours the best bachelor's degree in communication technology and sensor systems as well as data technology in electrical engineering and information technology.

Ms. Ruppel wrote her bachelor thesis on “Advanced methods for estimating blood pressure and arterial vascular stiffness using photoplethysmographic signals” with the Signal Processing Group. The student was supervised by Tim Schäck and Michael Muma .

We congratulate Ms. Ruppel and wish her continued success in her studies!