Projects and reports i have been apart of.
Intensive Programme: Gerontechnology
March 2014 to March 2014
Why Gerontechnology: Europe is facing a great challenge now and in the coming years. The population over 60 years of age is growing faster than any other group. In health care there is a growing demand for gerontechnology. The term gerontechnology is a composite of two words: gerontology (the scientific study of ageing) and technology (research, development and design of new and improved techniques, products, and services). The task was to: Design and describe the Nursing Home of the Future @ Home, using gerontechnology to make living at home and health care at home feasible. The focus point is low-cost physiological monitoring solutions, starting with the wearable VIVAGO-device provided by an SME and working towards using smart phones. Including the role of older persons, care professionals and your own disciplines! Evaluation of the programme: The student: - demonstrates knowledge of gerontechnology - demonstrates the use of updated literature related with the theme - demonstrates a clear professional and multidisciplinary approach - participates in the preparation and the presentation - participates in the debate - reflects on multidisciplinary and international collaboration and his/her individual learning process Grade optained: A
Route planning for electric cars.
September 2013 to December 2013
Betterplace.com was a service that was entering the market in Denmark providing stations where it was possible to change battery on your electric car. We where challenged to create a SOAP web service using the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) framework. The use case proposed was to create a system that using the ACID principles to plan a route between points, and changing batteries when the car needed to. Our solution consisted of a developed consumer client, and administration client, where it was possible to add, view and cancel reservations of batteries. We implemented both Dijkstras and A* algorithms to generate the routes. Examination grade: 12 (A).
February 2013 to June 2013
We contacted 9K Painting for our 1st semester project with UCN. The owner Michael Christensen agreed to let us interview him to establish a case and identify the software needs his company had. The primary focus of the company is painting of tabletop figures, secondaries are sales of these, and a small club with tournaments and in-house games. The features of the Java program developed for 9K Painting are: Order handling of painting and shop, customer catalog, where these can be set as club members. This program was developed to be as flexible as possible, and uses an local SQL database, using HSQLDB. 9K Painting: Have been using this since, 04-05-2013, and tells that the program is supporting all the business activities that was put forth. It has given more time for painting. Examination grade: 10 (B).
SMS Message Compression.
September 2011 to January 2012
We developed an algorithm which could be used by end users to save money by compressing text spanning multiple messages.
Route planning for homecarers, using multiple Hamilton circuits.
February 2012 to June 2012
In this project, the theories of complete graphs, Hamilton circuits, and the nearest neighbour algorithm are discussed. Together, they are applied to find a solution to the problem of saving time in the process of planning routes for homecarers. A brief introduction to the Danish home care system is given, and some of its history and principles are covered. Examining a case from a danish home care center, a problem in the daily planning process is identified. Based on the above mentioned theories, a software solution is designed, implemented and verified. The solution is developed using an object oriented programming paradigm, implemented in the C# programming language.