Hannah Och

Hannah Och, M. Sc.

Department of Electrical-Electronic-Communication Engineering
Chair of Multimedia Communications and Signal Processing (Prof. Dr. Kaup)

Room: Room 06.035
Cauerstr. 7
91058 Erlangen

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I have been working in the field of screen content coding since November 2020. The current focus is on probability modeling for arithmetic coding by exploiting the specific charactersitics of screen content data.

Offered Theses

I offer student theses in the field of screen content coding at any time. Basic knowledge of MATLAB, Python or C++, and image and video signal processing is desirable.
If you are interested, feel free to contact me via email with a short description of your previous experience in software developement and image and video signal processing (e.g. lectures, internships, laboratories, own projects, etc.).

Completed and Ongoing Theses

Master’s Theses

  • “Deep Learning based Screen Content Image Compression”
  • “Text Recognition Algorithms for Screen Content Quality Assessment”
  • “Investigation of Screen Content Image Compression Based on Neural Networks”
  • “Compression of Screen Content Images Using Text Recognition”

Research Internships and Project Theses

  • “Evaluation of the Soft Context Formation Method for Lossless Compression of Screen Content Images”
  • “Quality Metrics for Screen Content Data”
  • “Evaluation of Upsampling Methods for Screen Content Images”
  • “Investigation of Pixel-Wise Prediction Methods for Screen Content Compression”


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