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We always have open topics for Bachelor and Master Theses, Froschungspraktika, Hochschulpraktika and Master Projects and also open positions for student work (HiWi positions). You can find most of them listed in the tables below. If you do not find a suitable topic in there we would still like to encourage you to contact us and tell us about your ideas.

Please use the contact form below to apply for any of the listed topics, open positions or to propose your own topic. We will then get in contact with you, usually within two days.

Topic Information Meeting

We will have 3-4 meetings each year where we present all our currently available Bachelor’s and Master’s thesis topics to all interested students. If you plan to attend this meeting, please still submit the interest form below! If there are too few applications, the meeting might be cancelled and the topics presented individually. The next meeting is scheduled for TBD.

Open Research Topics

[B] = More suited for a Bachelor’s Thesis
[M] = More suited for a Master’s Thesis
[P] = More suited for a Project
[I] = Implementation Task (for Computer Science “Master Project” or Medical Engineering “Research Internship” (Forschungspraktikum))

 

Thesis ID Scope Topic Area Supervisor
1705 M BlindAR – Augmenting touch screens for the visually impaired HCI Robert Richer, M. Sc.

Markus Wirth, M. Sc.

1818 B/M/I Implementation and Evaluation of Actuator Feedback or Guidance for Urban Sports (Football, Running, Dancing) Wearable Computing, HCI Markus Wirth, M. Sc.,
Stefan Gradl, M. Sc.
1823 M/P Implementation and Evaluation of a Perceptual-Cognitive Training Tool for Football Player in Virtual Reality HCI Markus Wirth, M. Sc.,
Stefan Gradl, M. Sc.
1824 B/P Assessing Action Orientation of Athletes in a Gamified Virtual Environment HCI Markus Wirth, M. Sc.,
Stefan Gradl, M. Sc.
1825 M/P Applying Congruent and Incongruent Cognitive-Tasks for Performance Improvement in Team Sports (VR) HCI Markus Wirth, M. Sc.,
Stefan Gradl, M. Sc.
1829 B/M/I/P Stress and Biofeedback Relaxation in Virtual Reality Biosignal Analysis,
HCI
Stefan Gradl, M. Sc.,
Robert Richer, M. Sc.,
Markus Wirth, M. Sc.
1830 B/M/P/I Animation of 3D Human Surface Models for Biomechanical Analysis Biomechanical Models,
Computer Graphics
Marlies Nitschke, M. Sc.,
Eva Dorschky, M. Sc.,
LGDV
1831 B/M/P/I Bio- and performance feedback during swimming using underwater-enabled Raspberry Pi and ECG device (follow-up work) Biosignal Analysis,
HCI
Stefan Gradl, M. Sc.
1832 B/M Design and Implementation of an Augmented Reality User Interface for First Responders HCI Markus Wirth, M. Sc.
1834 M Development of a Wearable, Head-Worn Electrostimulator for the Prediction of Migraine Attacks Wearable Computing,
Hardware Development
Robert Richer, M. Sc.
1837 B/M/P Design and development of an unobtrusive shoe-worn sensor system for mobile gait analysis based on an existing sensor platform Industrial Design,
Hardware Development,
Wearable Computing
Arne Küderle, M. Sc.,
Nils Roth, M. Sc.
1838 B/M Investigating the effect outlier removable techniques on the prediction quality of Parkinson stages based on gait parameters Machine Learning,
Data Analysis
Arne Küderle, M. Sc.,
Dr.-Ing. Felix Kluge
1840 I/P Design and Development of a Hardware Test Bench for Wearable Sensors (e.g. IMU sensors) Wearable Computing,
Mechanical Engineering
Nils Roth, M. Sc.,
Robert Richer, M. Sc.,
Arne Küderle, M. Sc.
1842 I/P Development of a automated Software Testing Framework for Wearable Sensors (e.g. IMU sensors) Wearable Computing,
DevOps,
Software Development
Nils Roth, M. Sc.,
Robert Richer, M. Sc.,
Arne Küderle, M. Sc.
1843 B/M Correlation between Cardiac Pre-Ejection Period (PEP) and alpha-Amylase Biomedical Signal Analysis,
Health Psychology
Robert Richer, M. Sc.,
Arne Küderle, M. Sc.,
Prof. Dr. Nicolas Rohleder
1902 M Machine Learning Methods for Personalization of Biomechanical Models Machine Learning, Biomechanical Models Marlies Nitschke, M. Sc.,
Eva Dorschky, M. Sc.
1903 B/M Artifical Intelligence for a Smart Home Machine Learning,
Signal Processing
Prof. Dr. Björn Eskofier
1904 I Implementation of graphical user interface (GUI) for IMU-based running analysis Signal Processing,
Sports
Markus Zrenner, M. Sc.
1905 M Development and Evaluation of data-based route recommendation system for running Machine Learning,
Data Analytics,
Sports
Markus Zrenner, M. Sc.
1906 M Embedded analysis of foot kinematics in running Signal Processing,
Sports
Markus Zrenner, M. Sc.
1907 M Deep learning-based approach for rendering night-similar images from day-images (in cooperation with Diehl) Machine Learning Prof. Dr. Björn Eskofier
1908 M Comparison of the performance of UAV detection using real-world versus synthetic training images (in cooperation with Diehl) Machine Learning Prof. Dr. Björn Eskofier

Open student positions

Job ID Topic Area Supervisor
J1701 Student helping with the exercises in our courses Lectures/Exercises Stefan Gradl, M. Sc.
J1801 Werkstudent (m/w/d) im Cost and Value Engineering der Siemens Mobility GmbH App Development Siemens Mobility GmbH

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