Thesis (Bachelor/Master) Physics / Sensor Technology – Development and implementation of measuring model
We are developing the Lisios WaterAlarm, a system to measure water consumption and detect leakages in residential buildings. The system consists of a device which can easily be attached to the mains water pipe by homeowners. In an app, users get detailed information about their water consumption and receive alerts in case a leakage is detected. With our system we want to protect homeowners from major damage, but also contribute to a more responsible use of the scarce resource water.
The aim of the thesis is the development of a physical model and the implementation of a simulation as a basis for the optimisation of our measurement and detection algorithms. The exact topic will be defined in consultation with you and your university.
Our and your challenges:
- Analyse and evaluate our existing sensor system
- Design of a physical model for the heat transport to the sensors during the flow of
differently tempered substances
- Implement a simulation in Python or Matlab
- Assessment and evaluation of the simulation – limitations, exceptions, and extensions
What you bring to the table:
- You are studying Mathematics, Physics or alike
- Knowledge about physics and physical simulations
- Experience with Matlab or Pythons
- Reliability, motivation, and commitment
What you can expect from us:
- Challenging and exciting work atmosphere of a startup / small team
- Flexible working hours. Location of your choice. If you work in our office or remote
from home is up to you
- Possibility of permanent employment later on
We have sparked your interest? Then get in touch with us via firstname.lastname@example.org. Send us your CV or simply some information about yourself and we schedule a videocall to get to know each other.