University

Since Fall 2002 I have been studying electronic engineering at the University of Stuttgart I am now specializing in control- and automationtechnology with the focus on softwaretechnology.
Here you will find useful information like formula collections, or other documents I wrote during my studies.

For “Hochfrequenztechnik” or radio frequency technology in english I wrote this document. RF-formulas. The LaTeX source also has nice examples how to draw a smith chart RF-Formulas (TEX).
When processing it you won’t see much in the .dvi file because the Smith chart is added through “PS-tricks”. Therefore you have to convert the .dvi into a postscript using dvips.

Emacs/LaTeX
Another Document I once wrote, is a Emacs Primer. I just wrote it do get to know LaTex, and of course not to forget all the fancy commands Emacs offers. As I believe in Open Source, you can also download the LaTeX Source of Emacs Primer (TEX).

“Studienarbeit” – This is a minor theses every elctronic engineering student has to write during his studies. Its a stripped down Master theses but you gain no title with it. its just part of your studies. I did mine on security of embedded systems during my stay in Brazil. You can download my Studienarbeit (in german). Unfortunately the syleguide of the IAS the institute where I did this theses, required me to use Microsoft Office tools. So ther is no nice LaTeX version of it.

“Diplomarbeit” – This is more or less a german version of a Master theses. The main topic was to implement some cryptographic algorithms on a FPGA and integrate drives into an existing “Security Framework” Software.You can download my Diplomarbeit (in german). Unfortunately the syleguide of the IAS the institute where I did this theses, required me to use Microsoft Office tools. So ther is no nice LaTeX version of it. Now, one year later I have started to review and improve some code – honestly I am ashamed of the VHDL of the very first implementations I wrote in the thesis.

land-sea temperature index 1880-2015 by climate zones

Coursera – Data visualization

After the fun experience of participating in the EdX course Introduction into Computer Science I opted for another course, this time on Coursera. Data Visualization by Prof. John C. Hart – so far it is also quite fun. The homework is peer-graded and because of the honor-code I cannot publish source code that generated the …