Fakultät Informatik

SEPs and Theses

Within the curriculum of Computer Science students are required to pursue a SEP and a thesis. Both types consist of working on a scientific research topic on your own and present the results within a written essay. For the SEPs and bachelor thesis, the focus is on practical implementation of some research material. The master/diploma thesis requires independent research effort to elaborate some state-of-the-art topic.

 Available Topics

 Topics currently processing

 Finished Topics

Requirements

SEP

Bachelor Thesis

Master/Diploma Thesis

Oral presentation: 30-45 minutes (PowerPoint) [Office 2003 template] [Office 2007 template]

Oral presentation: 30-45 minutes (PowerPoint) [Office 2003 template] [Office 2007 template]

Oral presentation: 30-45 minutes (PowerPoint) [Office 2003 template] [Office 2007 template]

Written exposée: 3-20 pages

Written exposée: minimum 40 pages

Written exposée: minimum 80 pages

CD-ROM/DVD-ROM: running Demo, all data, collected papers and reports, PDF version of exposée and the presentation slides

CD-ROM/DVD-ROM: running Demo, all data, collected papers and reports, PDF version of exposée and the presentation slides

CD-ROM/DVD-ROM: running Demo, all data, collected papers and reports, PDF version of exposée and the presentation slides

WWW presentation (see finished Theses)

WWW presentation (see finished Theses)

WWW presentation (see finished Theses)

6 months, 6SWS, 10.0 ECTS

4 months, 15.0 ECTS

6 months, 30.0 ECTS

 

News

Matthias Niessner, our new Professor from Stanford University, offers a number of interesting topics for  master theses.

 

A new PhD/PostDoc position on  Computational Fabrication and 3D Printing is available at the Computer Graphics & Visualization group.

 

A new PhD position is available at the games engineering group.  Check it out here.