|Anschrift||Lehrstuhl für Informatik III |
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5GQMON - Crowdsourcing-based measurement methodology of user-oriented quality of service and network quality in 5G mobile networks
(May 2021 - April 2024)
The aim of the project is to investigate and define reliable crowdsourcing and agent-based methods to measure the performance of the new 5G mobile networks and their new applications, such as industrial applications, smart city, and the Internet of Things (IoT), according to end user's quality of experience.
Mobi-QoE (Monitoring and Analysis of Quality of Experience in Mobile Broadband Networks, funded by European Commission H2020 project MONROE (Measuring Mobile Broadband Networks in Europe))
The objective of Mobi-QoE is to extend MONROE’s testbed to the QoE domain by integrating novel software-based QoE-capable measurement tools and QoE models for popular end-user services (e.g., YouTube, Facebook, Spotify). In crowdsourced field trials, the extensions will be evaluated and the QoE models will be refined to enable experiments for QoE-based performance analysis of mobile broadband networks with the MONROE testbed.
What's Up (WhatsApp against depression of children and adolescents, funded by a Startnext crowdfunding campaign)
What's Up is an interdisciplinary project together with psychologists of the University of Tübingen to analyze the communication of depressive children and adolescents in WhatsApp. With the help of WhatsAnalyzer, an early-warning system for depressive phases will be developed, which can effectively be used in the treatment of depression. As a first step, a pilot study is started to assess the research prospects and to prepare future proposals for funding.