Available Master topics: Software Engineering

Strength training is gaining popularity thanks to proven benefits due to an increase of the athlete’s muscular mass. In order to help athletes perform a correct strength training, some devices, like the T-Force Dynamic Measurement System [1] have appeared.

Displays in cyber physical systems in the outdoors must adapt to a wide variety of environmental conditions such as sunlight, rain, shock, and limited battery life to name a few.

Software thrives when its part of a socio-technical system. In Norway, one such socio-technical system is that of the cervical cancer screening program for women in the age group 25-69 years.

Can I play a board game with friends and help solve a complex scientific problem or acheive social mobilization? This is the general question that intrigues us. Lets take a look at social mobilization.

The master theses will develop an energy-efficient algorithm for computing ventilation- and lactate-thresholds based on real-time respiration data. The respiration is measured using a chest-belt that is worn around an athlete’s chest, similar to a heart-rate belt.

The master theses relates to accurately computing respiration from measurement done by use of a chest-belt. The computation should be based on measurement of the change in tension, or strain, of a belt worn around the chest of a athlete.