Short CV

Since 2013

Research assistant at HTWG Konstanz, Constance, Germany

August 2012

Master thesis

Topic: “Digital Power. Marktstudie, Realisierung und Analyse einer digitalen SMPS Regelung”

2010 - 2012

Postgraduate Study: Electrical Systems Engineering  (M.Eng.) at HTWG Konstanz, Constance, Germany

Mai 2010 to Oct. 2010

Research assistant at the Institute of System Dynamics

Mai 2010

Bachelor thesis at HTWG Konstanz, Constance, Germany
Topic: “High-Performance Preamp”

2006 - 2010

Undergraduated Study: Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (B.Eng.) at HTWG Konstanz, Constance, German

Research Area

Optical and electrical sensors

  • Impedance Spectroscopy (Biosensors, Electrochemical Sensors)
  • Condition Monitoring
  • Signal Processing
  • Frontend- and System Design
  • Multi Sensor Data Fusion

Oliver Hamburger

Institute of System Dynamics


Hochschule Konstanz für Technik, Wirtschaft und Gestaltung
Alfred-Wachtel-Str. 8
78462 Konstanz

Room A 131a
+49 7531 206-418

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  • Summer term 2013 to 2016: Programming laboratory
  • Winter term 2016/2017: Electrical engineering 1 & 2 laboratory
  • Summer term 2017: Lecture Electrical engineering 2
  • Winter term 2017/2018: Lecture Multi Sensor Data Fusion, Electrical engineering 1 & 2 laboratory


  • 2013
    • Michael Blaich, Stefan Wirtensohn, Markus Oswald, Oliver Hamburger, and Johannes Reuter. Design of a twin hull based USV with enhanced maneuverability. In 9th IFAC Conf. on Control Applications in Marine Systems, Osaka, Japan, September 2013.
    • Stefan Wirtensohn, Johannes Reuter, Michael Blaich, Michael Schuster, and Oliver Hamburger. Modelling and identification of a twin hull based autonomous surface craft. In 18th Int. Conf. on Methods and Models in Automation and Robotics (MMAR), Miedzyzdroje, Poland, August 2013.


  • Integrated autonomous measurement system for maritime surveying tasks



  • New procedures for avoiding ship collisions on inland waters



  • Catamaran Robot: Locomotion In Maritime Environments



  • Self-parking truck trailer combinations

    Project in the elective course „Automotive Control Systems“