Computer Science VII : Robotics and Telematics
Department of Computer Science, Room B207
Julius-Maximilians Universität Würzburg
Tushar Tandon has been employed as a research assistant at the Department of Robotics and Telematics / Institute for Computer Science VII since October 2020. He completed his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India (2011-2015). Soon after finishing his bachelor’s degree, he joined Infosys Limited and worked as a Design Engineer for an aerospace project. There he was responsible for designing, optimizing and updating parts related to different aircraft commodities of Section 41 – Fuselage of the Boeing 787-8/9/10 (2015-2018).
After having gained some industry experience, he pursued his Masters of Space Engineering (MSE) from Technische Universität Berlin, Germany (2018-2020). While pursuing his master’s degree he participated in several student projects namely: REXUS program, FloatSAT, IGLUNA 2020 campaign. While participating in the IGLUNA 2020 campaign, his team was awards for their excellent performance. The event was telecast live from the Swiss Space Center and can be re-watched on their website.
He performed his Masters thesis titled “Development and Simulation of Satellite Interference Mitigation Technique” at Antwerp Space N V in Antwerp, Belgium. There he investigated, implemented and tested a least mean square adaptive filtering technique for the on-board mitigation of uplink interference.
His research interests includes RF circuits, antenna designs, and communication systems.