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Anam Tahir recieved her B.Sc. degree from Pakistan and her M.Sc. degree from TU Darmstadt, both in ELectrical Engineering and Information Technology. Her Master thesis was titled “Optimum Communications for Formation Control in Multi Agent Systems”.
Anam joined the Bioinspired Communication Systems Lab as a PhD student in November 2018 and is part of the Collaborative Research Centre (CRC) 1053 “MAKI– Multi-Mechanisms Adaptation for the Future Internet” in sub-project C3. Her areas of research interest include modelling of the network using the concepts of reinforcement learning and multi-agent systems. She is also interested in performance optimization of communication systems possibly under partial observability, with the focus on queueing networks.
Tahir, Anam and Al-Shatri, Hussein and Kiekenap, Kilian and Klein, Anja (2019):
Ultra-Reliable Low Latency Communication for Consensus Control in Multi-Agent Systems.
Marrakesch, Marokko, IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking (WCNC), Marrakesch, Marokko, 15.-18.04.2019, [Conference or Workshop Item]
Current Student Projects
|Decentralized Communicaton in Drone Swarms|
|Fast Converging Hierarchichal Consensus with Collison Avoidance|
Completed Student Projects
(Master thesis co-supervised with Dominik Linzner, BCS Lab)
|Bayesian Inference of Information Transfer in Networked Multi-Agent Systems||07/2020|
(Master thesis co-supervised with VI Lab TU Darmstadt and Mobis)
|Learning to Detect Moving Objects using a Single Stream of Motion Cues||06/2020|
(Master thesis co-supervised with Mobis)
|Joint Multi-Task Learning of Vision Geometry Tasks for Autonomous Driving Perception||05/2020|
(Master thesis co-supervised with Ericsson GmbH)
|Performance Measurement Setup and Evaluation of Uplink Video over LTE and 5G Network||09/2019|