Dr. Paul Tremper

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Campus Süd
Institute of Telematics
Chair for Pervasive Computing Systems / TECO
Vincenz-Prießnitz-Straße 1
76131 Karlsruhe
Germany
Building 07.07, Room 214
email: tremper(at)teco.edu
phone: +49 721 608-41708

Short CV

  • since 2019           PostDoc at TECO
  • 2018                     Dr. rer. nat. Dissertation in Theoretical Particle Physics
  • 2014 – 2018        PhD student at TTP (Institute for Theoretical Particle Physics) at KIT
  • 2014                     Graduation with Diplom (Master equivalent) from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
  • until 2014            Student of Physics at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Projects

  • since 2020          KI-driven Autocalibration of a heterogeneous sensor network
  • 2019 – 2020       SmartAQnet

Research Interests

  • Gamification
  • Environmental Sensing
  • Meditation and Technology
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Interdisciplinary Application of Concepts of Theoretical Physics

Bachelor- and Master’s Theses

Open Topics

Current Theses

  • Air quality weighed traffic routing based on AI driven simulation interpolation using landuse regression feature engineering

Finished Theses

  • Gamified Mobile Air Quality Sensing with a Tangible Sensor Toy – Design, Implementation and Evaluation of a Tangible Sensor Toy (Farima Narimani Karahvi, Master’s thesis, 2019)
  • Gamified Mobile Air Quality Sensing with a Tangible Sensor Toy – Design, Implementation and Evaluation of a Gamified Sensing App (Arash Torabi, Master’s thesis, 2019)

Past Seminar Topics

Mobile Computing and Ubiquitous Technologies Seminar

  • Haptische Metronome in Musik und Medizin (Lisa Weigl, SS20)
  • Supporting Meditative Awareness through Affordable Wearables (Fabian Bickelmann, SS20)
  • Supporting Meditative Awareness through Neurofeedback Wearables (Vincenzo Pace, WS1920)
  • Supporting Drum Learning/Playing through the use of Haptic Wearables (Simon Pfeifer, WS1920)
  • Explainable Deep Neural Networks (Anna Carolina Steyer, SS19, Seminar Proceedings)

Publications