Areas of Research
I started to create a wiki during my undergrad projects, which helped me to quickly figure out how I solved a problem in the past. This is specially relevant when you work with hardware and less document software. With the time, I shared the insights with other interested people. Later into my PhD I offered project students to continue this tradition.
We separate the wiki into the General part, which might be of interest to you and the Research part which is more of interest to us and our students.
Ideally, I would have spent more time to clean the general part, but finding time for this has proven to be impossible. Hence, I decided to just make this part public.
Please bear in mind, that some insights might have become obsolete over the time.
Here we cover aspects of our projects which are more of interest to the general public.
Here we gather all insights we get during different projects. We collect facts and create HowTos that we ourselves or other people might find useful.
Please use this wiki to trace and collect your
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