Mark Ryan Leonard
Former Member of the Signal Processing Group at the Institute of Telecommunications, TU Darmstadt. (This page is no longer maintained. Last update: 02/2019)
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Mark received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology from Technische Universität Darmstadt in November 2011 and January 2014, respectively. For his accomplishments during his master studies he received the CST Best M.Sc. student award 2014.
Mark's bachelor thesis was entitled Compressive Classification in Through-the-Wall Radar Imaging. In his master thesis Optimal Area Coverage and Target Tracking in Autonomous Sensor Networks he investigated methods for autonomous network distribution and collaborative target tracking in sensor networks.
In June 2014, Mark received the Young Scientist Award for the best paper presented by a graduate student for his paper Optimal Area Coverage in Autonomous Sensor Networks, which got the second prize in the Young Scientist Competition of the 2nd international conference and exhibition on Underwater Acoustic (UA2014) on the Greek island of Rhodes.
In March 2014, Mark commenced working on his PhD in the Signal Processing Group.
The topic of Mark's Ph.D. research is in the area of collaborative sequential detection and estimation in distributed sensor networks.
Completed Student Theses
(Co-supervison Marco Huber, AGT international, Darmstadt)
|Distributed Face Recognition and Tracking||Master Thesis||02/2015|
|Raphael Müller||Cooperative Spectrum Sensing in Cognitive Radio||Proseminar||06/2016|
(Co-supervision with Di Jin)
|Localisation and Tracking of Acoustic Sources||Projectseminar||06/2016|
(Co-supervision with Di Jin)
|Localisation and Tracking of Acoustic Sources||Bachelor Thesis||09/2016|
|Mahmoud El-Hindi||Consensus + Innovations Distributed Inference over Networks||Projectseminar||09/2016|
|Mahmoud El-Hindi||Generalized Distributed Sequential Detection for Gaussian Composite Hypothesis Tests||Bachelor Thesis||01/2017|
|Wenbin Hou||Robustifying Distributed Sequential Detectors via Robust Estimators||Master Thesis||02/2017|
|Christian Schroth||Communication Algorithms for Distributed Sequential Detection||Proseminar||02/2017|
|Raphael Müller||Centralized Hard Decision Combining in Sequential Probability Ratio Tests||Projectseminar||04/2017|
|Christian Schroth||Communication Algorithms for Distributed Sequential Detection||Projectseminar||05/2017|
(Co-supervision with M. Fauß)
|Robust Distributed Sequential Detection for Multiple Hypothesis Testing||Master Thesis||07/2017|
|Raphael Müller||Robust Distributed Sequential Detection with Hard Decision Combining||Bachelor Thesis||09/2017|
|Christian Schroth||Dempster-Shafer-Theory-Based Robust Sequential Detection in Distributed Sensor Networks||Bachelor Thesis||09/2017|
|Simon Schwanz||Dempster-Shafer-Theory for Distributed Sequential Detection in Heterogeneous Sensor Networks||Bachelor Thesis||02/2018|
|Julian Baals||Distributed Sequential Detection in Heterogeneous Sensor Networks using Dempster-Shafer Theory||Studienarbeit||11/2018|
Number of items: 3.
Rambach, J. ; Huber, M. F. ; Balthasar, M. R. ; Zoubir, A. M. (2015):
Balthasar, M. R. ; Al-Sayed, S. ; Leier, S. ; Zoubir, A. M. (2014):
Balthasar, M. R. ; Leigsnering, M. ; Zoubir, A. M. (2012):