Dipl.-Inf., MBA Ana Vodopivec
Aerospace Information Technology
Department of Computer Science VIII
Emil-Fischer-Str. 32, Room 1.211, 1st floor, right side
Julius Maximilians Universität Würzburg
Campus Hubland Nord, D-97074 Würzburg
Ana Vodopivec studied Electrical Engineering at the University of Sarajevo. Afterwards she studied computer science and physics at the University of Würzburg where she received her computer science diploma in 2000.
Ana then spent three years in the automotive supplier industry, where she worked as a hardware and software developer, collected experience in firmware development, embedded software development, planning and implementation of testing software and maintenance of existing hardware applications. She added a second executive two-year-master-study, Executive MBA "Business Integration" at the University of Würzburg, including two modules in the USA. There she was able to deepen her business knowledge and skills such as leadership, problem solving ability, mastery of presentation techniques, and she obtained her second degree, a master in Business Administration, in 2006.
At the Service Center Research Support and Technology Transfer of University Würzburg she was active with very different tasks: These range from start-up advice (support of academic entrepreneurs with innovative, technology-driven business ideas) to knowledge management and transfer (collaboration with external partners from industry, research funding, recruitment of external funding through various national and EU projects).
In April 2015 she joined the research team of Prof. Hakan Kayal as a research assistant and teacher at the department of Computer Science VIII of University Würzburg where she enjoys learning and trying new things again and again, to solve problems and to work scientifically.
Projekte und übergreifende Aufgaben:
18.04.17 Erste Raketenstarts am Modellflugplatz Uengershausen (Main-Post)
04.04.17 Raketenstart statt Modellflieger (Stabsstelle Öffentlichkeitsarbeit)
Software-Praktikum: Detection of the Hessdalsphenomena in video streams with OpenCV
Fachkoordinatorin im ERASMUS Programm und IT-Netz- und Systemverantwortliche
Olena Schmitt, Development and Test of a Software for Detection and Analysis of Transient Sky Phenomena, Master's Thesis, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Fakultät für Informatik, Studienfach: Informatik, Würzburg, 2016.
- A. Vodopivec und H. Kayal, „Autonomous sensor network for detection and observation of meteors“, Internationale Meteor Konferenz IMC, Petnica, Serbien, 21.–24. September 2017.
- O. Balagurin, K. Djebko, G. Fellinger, H. Kayal, A. Schartel, A. Schneider, T. Schwarz, A. Vodopivec und H. Wojtkowiak, „A concept for a nanosatellite mission to demonstrate autonomous system technologies“ in 11th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation, Berlin, 2017.
- K. Djebko, T. Schwarz, G. Fellinger, H. Kayal, F. Puppe, A. Schartel, A. Vodopivec und H. Wojtkowiak, „A model-based fault detection and root cause identification system for increased autonomy of small satellites“ in 11th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation, Berlin, 2017.
- H. Kayal, O. Balagurin, K. Djebko, G. Fellinger, F. Puppe, A. Schartel, T. Schwarz, A. Vodopivec und H. Wojtkowiak, „SONATE - A Nano Satellite for the In-Orbit Verification of Autonomous Detection, Planning and Diagnosis Technologies“ in AIAA Space and Astronautics Forum and Exposition , Long Beach, CA, 2016.
- T. Schwarz, O. Balaruin, K. Djebko, G. Fellinger, H. Kayal, F. Puppe, A. Schartel, A. Vodopivec und H. Wojtkowiak, „SONATE Nanosatelliten-Mission zur Erprobung von hochautonomen Nutzlasten“ in Deutscher Luft- und Raumfahrtkongress, Braunschweig, 2016.
Saturn V, F-1-Triebwerke der ersten Stufe, Bildquelle: Privat/Kennedy Space Center℠ | NASA - Cape Canaveral, FL, 2005