Aerospace Information Technology
Department of Computer Science VIII
Emil-Fischer-Str. 32, Room 3.211, 3rd floor, right side
Julius Maximilians Universität Würzburg
Campus Hubland Nord, D-97074 Würzburg
Gerhard Fellinger studied computer science and physics at the University of Würzburg where he majored in CS in 2011. In his diploma thesis (written under the supervision of Prof. Haye Hinrichsen from the Chair of Theoretical Physics III), he created a biologically inspired neural network capable of directing visual attention towards interesting features within an image. Gerhard decided to join the research team of Prof. Hakan Kayal afterwards where he is currently the leader of project ADIA and project BayKoSM's image analysis component. As hinted by the chief subjects of both undertakings, he specializes in system simulation and computer vision.
When not occupied by his research interests, Gerhard likes to pursue different sports activities as well as to delve deeper into foreign languages, economics and history. Recently, he has developed a strong interest in hunting, too.
|12/2013||M||Design and Implementation of a Satellite Mission Scenario Simulator. University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt||Schneider, V.|
|09/2014||B||Design and Implementation of a Telecommand Input Client||Beylin, P.|
|02/2015||B||Entwurf und Implementierung des Telekommando-Interpreters für eine Satellitensimulation||Aumann, A.|
ASAP: Autonomous onboard mission planning in 65th International Astronautical Congress (2014).
Methods and Systems for Increasing Autonomy of Earth Observation Satellites in Small Satellites Systems and Services - The 4S Symposium (2014).
ASAP: AUTONOMY THROUGH ON-BOARD PLANNING in 6th International Conference on Recent Advances in Space Technologies (RAST) (2013).
ASAP: AUTONOMOUS DYNAMIC SCHEDULING FOR SMALL SATELLITES in 64th International Astronautical Congress (2013). (Vol. 4, 3)
ASAP: Increasing the autonomy of small satellites in 9th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation (2013).
ADIA: A Novel Onboard Failure Diagnostic System for Nanosatellites in 64th International Astronautical Congress (2013). (Vol. 4, 3)
The BayKoSM Project: Technologies for Swarm Missions in 5th International Conference on Spacecraft Formation Flying Missions and Technologies (2013).