Students supervised by Konrad Iwanicki

As of September 26, 2018


Master's Theses

  1. Przemyslaw Gumienny: “Support for CherryMote in Popular Operating Systems for Low-Power Wireless Embedded Networks,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. September 2018.
  2. Ewa Glogowska and Cezary Siluszyk: “A Management System for a Large-Scale Internet-of-Things Testbed,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. September 2018.
  3. Mateusz Banaszek: “An Implementation and Evaluation of a Receiver-Initiated MAC Protocol for Dependable Low-Power Wireless Networks,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. August 2018.
  4. Maciej Kisiel and Dawid Lazarczyk: “A Hardware-Software Platform for Large-Scale Experimentation with Low-Power Wireless Networks,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. August 2017.
  5. Maciej Matraszek: “Detecting Human Group Behavior with Wearable Sensors,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. October 2016.
  6. Maciej Borsz: “Localization of People in Social Feedback Systems,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. September 2016.
  7. Agnieszka Paszkowska: “A Study of Routing-layer Failure Detection in Low-power Wireless Networks,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. August 2016. (The First Award at the 33rd Polish Information Processing Society’s Contest for the Best Master’s Thesis in Computer Science)
  8. Mateusz Machalica: “Toward Name-independent Small-state Small-stretch Routing for Wireless Sensor Networks,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. November 2015.
  9. Piotr Jaszkowski and Pawel Sienkowski: “Distributed slicing in mobile wireless networks,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. September 2015.
  10. Michal Ciszewski: “Efficient Code Banking for Internet of Things Microcontrollers,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. September 2015. (The First Award at the 32nd Polish Information Processing Society’s Contest for the Best Master’s Thesis in Computer Science)
  11. Marcin Ziombski: “Detecting Social Interactions with On-body Sensors,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. June 2015.
  12. Mateusz Grabowski, Michal Marschall, and Wojciech Sirko: “A Hardware-Software Architecture for Low-power Multi-modal Detection of Social Interactions,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. September 2014.
  13. Grzegorz Kolakowski and Michal Szczepaniak: “Effective support for large NesC code bases,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. August 2014.
  14. Katarzyna Baranowska: “Adapting 32-bit MCUs for Next-Generation Wireless Sensor Networks,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. December 2013.
  15. Michal Gregorczyk: “Decentralized Network Size Estimation in Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. June 2013. (Awarded a distinction at the 30th Polish Information Processing Society’s Contest for the Best Master’s Thesis in Computer Science)
  16. Tomasz Pazurkiewicz: “Medium Access Control for Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. June 2013.
  17. Karol Strzelecki: “An automated code coverage analyser for wireless sensor networks ,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. December 2012.
  18. Przemyslaw Horban and Jacek Migdal: “Low-power Wireless Networks for Mobile Applications,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. September 2012.
  19. Mateusz Michalowski: “An Experimental Platform for Wireless Sensor Networks,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. June 2012.
  20. Piotr Glazar: “A unit-testing framework for wireless sensor networks,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. May 2012.
  21. Kamil Nowosad: “HydraTFS: A transactional, scalable file system over a content-addressable block store,” Master's Thesis, University of Warsaw. September 2011.