The project "Sippie" is an additional tool for automatically converting Wireshark-Traces to XML - scenarios, which can be easily used as infile for the OpenSource SIPp test tool and traffic generator.
Electronics schematics, PCB images, firmware and documentation to create and deploy a network of ecology related sensors.
ImageJ plugins and libraries for (bio)medical Image Processing
Run-time libraries to support the Kitchen Sink, an all-purpose chemical process control board, based on the Atmel AVR ATmega1280 chip, using the Arduino core libraries.
This project aims to implement several network fault diagnosis algorithms.
Java implementation of a foucault mirror test analysis and raytracing simmulation software.
SciLab based macro for RainFlow method of cycle counting used for fatigue analysis. Based on Downing and Socie's algorithm.
An open-source desktop application for load/performance testing a web site. It has a very simple UI to configure the load test. The future plan includes transaction support, record, playback and support for load injector agents.
A benchmarking utility providing administration of the benchmarking procedure and a web interface for public access on the results. The goal is to have an automated procedure after the benchmark specification.
A java based measuement studio like application and components
A java based application and components for monitoring and controlling basic sensors, equipment and switches.
Stroop test using OpenGL
This is a java application using JMonkey API. The project has been completed using C++, however for this version it will use java to make it easier to use.The task involves letting the subject know that he must select a particular colored and shaped object. However, the instruction will be written in a different color than the requested selection. So if the prompt says "Green Sphere" the color of the wording will bee any color other than "green". Then, using OpenGL, many objects are drawn on a blank canvas along with the requested selection object. The selection object will be one of its kind so the user has to find it and select it. During this search the time it takes the subject to find the object is recorded. Also the subject's brain activity is measured with an FNIR device for later processing. The process will be prompt then objects. This will be repeated for a predetermined time. The Java version of this project will be better looking and more intuitive.