Staff

Dipl.-Ing. Jasmin Kolpak (Akad. Rätin)

Contact

  • Mail:
  • Phone: 09131/85-27185
  • Fax: 09131/85-28730
  • Room: 4.224
  • Cauerstraße 9
    91058 Erlangen

About Jasmin Kolpak

Curriculum vitae

  • since 01/2014: research assistant at the Institute of Electronics Engineering (LfTE)
  • 01/2012 - 12/2013: hardware designer of embedded systems for safety critical applications up to SIL 4 at Mikroelektronik Nürnberg MEN GmbH
  • WS 2006/07 - SS 2011: studies of information technologies, electrical and electronics engineering at the FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg

Working areas

  • Research, design and development of circuits and systems for high reliability applications
  • Analog and digital circuit design in the area of embedded systems

Open theses

Please apply if interested in one of the above mentioned areas.

Current and past theses

  • Lukas Schwarz, "Design of a positioning system for unmanned (aerial) vehicles for the support of disaster management", Bachelor's thesis, finished 12/2014
  • Lukas Riedel, "Design and Evaluation of a DOA estimation system for the support of disaster management", Master's thesis, finished 05/2015
  • Lisa Schneider, "Market Analysis for the Requirement Engineering of Low-Cost Hearing Aid Devices and Selection of appropiate main parts", Master's thesis (external work), finished 04/2015

Lectures Summer term 2019

Awards

  • J. Kolpak, Ingenieurinnen-Preis für hervorragende Hochschulabschlüsse, Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst (StMWFK), 2012. [Bibtex]
    @prize{weber_prize_2012,
    abstract = {Das Bayerische Staatsministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst (StMWFK) verleiht an Studentinnen der Ingenieurwissenschaften jährlich fünf Preise in Höhe von jeweils 2.000 Euro für hervorragende Diplom- oder Promotionsarbeiten. Mit den Preisen sollen die beeindruckenden Leistungen von Studentinnen auf dem Gebiet der Ingenieurwissenschaften gewürdigt und andere Frauen dazu ermutigt werden, ein ingenieurwissenschaftliches Studium aufzunehmen.},
    author = {Kolpak, Jasmin},
    booktitle = {Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst (StMWFK)},
    cris = {weber_prize_2012},
    year = {2012},
    month = {11},
    day = {16},
    title = {Ingenieurinnen-Preis für hervorragende Hochschulabschlüsse},
    type = {20773-Kleiner Preis},
    }
  • J. Kolpak, Bestes Vordiplom, Semikron, 2009. [Bibtex]
    @prize{weber_prize_2009,
    author = {Kolpak, Jasmin},
    booktitle = {Semikron},
    cris = {weber_prize_2009},
    year = {2009},
    title = {Bestes Vordiplom},
    type = {20773-Kleiner Preis},
    }

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Publications

2014

  • J. Walk, J. Kolpak, C. Söll, R. Weigel, G. Fischer, and T. Ußmüller, "Remote powered medical implants for Telemonitoring (Invited Paper)", Proceedings of the IEEE, vol. 102, iss. 10, pp. 100-116, 2014. [DOI] [Bibtex]
    @article{walk2014,
    abstract = {Chronicle diseases like diabetes mellitus often need a permanent monitoring of vital signs. Especially the use of telemedicine might increase the quality of life for concerned patients. New systems are required which permanently detect and provide health status information. But, these systems must not control patient’s life and shall work autonomous. For this purpose, intelligent medical implants are well qualified. The present work describes a system for wireless power supply and communication with medical implant applications. Monitoring vital signs might lead to a big amount of data. Therefore, high data rates are necessary provided by high operating frequencies. High frequencies in turn lead to high attenuation losses because of the frequency dependent relative permittivity $\epsilon_r$ of the human body. Hence, high frequencies are not suitable for energy transfer through the human body. The presented concept is based on two different frequencies for power supply and data transmission. An independent devel- opment of both blocks is possible. The power supply operates on 13.56 MHz using inductive coupling. Thereby, the human body doesn’t affect the energy transfer. In contrast, the data transmission is operated by a frequency of the Medical Implant Communication Service band. The elaborated system consists of an power supply unit, a data transmission unit and a control unit. The implementation of the power supply and data transmission as well as associated theoretical basics are presented. Performed measurements demonstrate that the realized system is qualified for the use on human beings.},
    author = {Walk, Jasmin and Kolpak, Jasmin and Söll, Christopher and Weigel, Robert and Fischer, Georg and Ußmüller, Thomas},
    publisher = {IEEE},
    cris = {https://cris.fau.de/converis/publicweb/publication/123397604},
    year = {2014},
    month = {10},
    doi = {10.1109/JPROC.2014.2359517},
    faupublication = {yes},
    issn = {0018-9219},
    journaltitle = {Proceedings of the IEEE},
    keywords = {biological tissues; biomedical communication; biomedical power supplies; energy storage; frequency domain analysis; implantable biomedical devices; permittivity},
    number = {10},
    pages = {100--116},
    peerreviewed = {Yes},
    shortjournal = {P IEEE},
    title = {Remote powered medical implants for Telemonitoring (Invited Paper)},
    volume = {102},
    }

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