Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Schuldei

Position Research Associate
Address TH Lübeck - University of Applied Sciences, Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
Mönkhofer Weg 239
D-23562 Lübeck, Germany
Room: 18-2.17
Phone +49 (0)451 300-5175
E-Mail andreas.schuldei@th-luebeck.de

Interests

Since November 01st 2018 I am research associate of Communications - Systems - Applications Center of Excellence at the TH Lübeck - University of Applied Sciences. Since my diploma thesis in the area of motion control and DSP programming, I worked first with dynamic three phase motor control and then turned to Linux and system administration. I ended up doing high availability, scaleability and infrastructure development for distributed micro services in international settings. I am interested in personality development, economic systems, cooking and eating, smartHome and parenting.

CV

  • Born in April 1970
  • Study of Electrical Engineering at the technical University of Braunschweig until 1993
  • Work experience as a project engineer, r&d engineer (motion control), admin, programmer, web developer, database developer, product owner in international settings.
  • Since November 01st 2018 research associate at the Communications - Systems - Applications Center of Excellence

Research Projects

Publications


Refereed Conference Papers
[2019] Development of an Electro Impedance Tomography-based Platform for Measurement of burial Depth of Cables in Subsea Sediments (Andreas Schuldei, Fabian John, Gunther Ardelt, Tim Suthau, Horst Hellbrück), In Oceans 2019, 2019. [bib] [abstract]
Cables buried in the seabed are objects of interests especially as companies have to verify that the buried depth of the cables is in the expected range, typically $1~m$. Although several measurement systems have been designed in the past, there is no solution available that provides an accuracy of $pm10~cm$ for this purpose. In our approach we suggest to model and measure the electrical field and electrical impedance to determine the depth of a sea cable. In the first step we develop an electrical static field model for analytic investigations. We validate the model by a simulation tool and provide results for critical environmental parameters that affect our measurement accuracy.
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