We always have open topics for Bachelor and Master Theses, Froschungspraktika, Hochschulpraktika and Master Projects and more often than not 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
There are 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 2017-11-15, 16:30, Ulmenweg 18, Erlangen.
Open research topics
[B] = More suited for a Bachelor’s Thesis; [M] = More suited for a Master’s Thesis; [I] Implementation Task (for Computer Science Master project or Laborpraktikum)
|1701||M||Program firmware for wearable hardware prototype.||Wearable Computing||Markus Zrenner, M. Sc.|
|1702||M||Energy consumption optimization in ULP devices. Evaluation of impact factors.||Wearable Computing||Markus Zrenner, M. Sc.|
|1703||M/B||Various topics in the area of: Virtual and Augmented Reality; (combined with) biomedical signal analysis and visualisation; virtually augmented sports and coaching||HCI||Stefan Gradl, M. Sc.,|
|1704||B/M||Development and evaluation of a wearable migraine stimulator (collaboration with Prof. Dr. Clemens Forster, Institute of Physiology and Pathophysiology)||Wearable Computing||Robert Richer, M. Sc.|
|1705||M||BlindAR – Augmenting touch screens for the visually impaired||HCI||Robert Richer, M. Sc.|
|1706||M||Mobile application for performance tracking during teamwork tasks (collaboration with Chair of Health Psychology and Chair of Economic Theory)||HCI||Robert Richer, M. Sc.|
|1707||B||Firmware programming for smart ECG chest strap||Wearable Computing||Robert Richer, M. Sc.|
|1708||B/M||Gait parameter extraction from smart shoe data for patients with spastic gait, as well as machine learning towards relevant parameters to distuinguish spastic gait||Pathological Gait Analysis||Christine Martindale, M. Sc.|
|1709||B/M||Using a database of over 90 people, compare and analyse the limits of activity recognition algorithms||Activity Recognition, Wearable Computing||Christine Martindale, M. Sc.|
|1710||B/M||Implement the decoding stage of a trained Hidden Markov model on a microcontroller for gait analysis||Wearable Computing, Hardware||Christine Martindale, M. Sc.|
|1712||M||Deep Learning for Human Motion Analysis using Synthesized Data||Machine Learning, Biomechanics||Eva Dorschky, M. Sc.|
|1713||B||Formation Detection from Handball Tracking Data||Machine Learning, Sports||Mathias Maurer, M. Sc.
Dipl.-Ing. Nicolas Witt
|1715||B/M||Performance Analysis and Game Characterization of Table Tennis Players using Inertial Sensors||Wearable Computing||Dipl.-Ing. Peter Blank|
|1716||B||Real-time and embedded terrain classification using inertial sensor data||Wearable Computing||Markus Zrenner, M. Sc.|
|1717||B/M||Implementation and testing of unsupervised learning methods for combined gait analysis and activity recognition||Machine Learning, Gait Analysis, Activity Recognition||Christine Martindale, M. Sc.|
|1718||B/M||Embedded Classification In Long-Term Gait Monitoring||Wearable Computing, Firmware||Nils Roth, M. Sc.|
|1719||M||Analysis of GPS tracks for athlete characterization||Machine Learning, Sports||Mathias Maurer, M. Sc.|
Open student positions
|J001||Student helping with the exercises in our courses.||Lectures/Exercises||Stefan Gradl, M. Sc.|
|J002||Data analysis and scientific writing||Scientific Work||Dipl.-Phys. Heike Leutheuser|
|J003||Student assistant for data collection, labelling and preproccessing in the area of gait analysis (HiWi)||Scientific Work||Christine Martindale, M. Sc.|