Interesting research questions for student projects arise frequently within our research projects. On this page you can find some current theme proposals for projects at our institute. More topics relating to our research fields are always available on request. Please feel free to contact us for further information!

Adaptability of the seminars and theses

The declaration of the topics as bachelor, master or seminar work is only intended as a general orientation. Most topics can be individually modified in their extent and complexity so that they fit to your current knowledge and state of studies.

We can offer the topics as the following modules:

  • Proseminar ETiT (2 CP)
  • Seminar: Electronic Circuits (4 CP)
  • Projectseminar IES (9 CP)
  • Bachelorthesis(12 CP)
  • Seminar: Integrated Electronic Systems Design A (4 CP)
  • Seminar: Integrated Electronic Systems Design B (6 CP)
  • Masterthesis (30 CP)

Our seminars and theses conclude with a written report and a presentation. Duration of the presentation:

  • Proseminar: 10 min
  • Projectseminar, Seminar A & B: 15 min
  • Bachelor- & Masterthesis: 20 min

The presentation will be followed by a 10 min discussion of the results. Templates and formal assistance are available in our GitLab after the start of the work.

  • Planning and Implementation of a Secure Wireless Communication System for an IoT Sensor Installation

    2022/05/06

    Master thesis

    Supervisor: Ferdinand Keil, M.Sc.

    Announcement as PDF

  • Improved Mapping Strategies for Integrated Oscillator-Based Ising Machine Networks

    2022/05/05

    Master thesis

    Announcement as PDF

  • Entwicklung eines neuartigen Messkonzepts für die Wälzlagerimpedanz

    2022/08/30

    Master thesis

    Supervisor: David Riehl, M.Sc.

    Announcement as PDF

  • Entwicklung einer Matlab-FPGA Schnittstelle zum Datenaustausch und Timing-Management eines Testaufbaus

    2022/03/18

    Bachelor thesis, Projectseminar

    Supervisor: Markus Graber, M.Sc.

    Announcement as PDF

  • Custom Frequency Counter for a Chip Testing Platform

    2022/03/18

    Projectseminar

    Supervisor: Markus Graber, M.Sc.

    Announcement as PDF

  • Custom Bias Control Circuit for a Chip Testing Platform

    2022/03/18

    Projectseminar

    Supervisor: Markus Graber, M.Sc.

    Announcement as PDF

  • Anwendungen des Maximum-Cut zur Lösung von Optimierungsproblemen

    2022/03/07

    Proseminar

    Supervisor: Markus Graber, M.Sc.

    Announcement as PDF

  • Design of tests and test strategies using GitLab CI/CD for Python (Pandas) data processing.

    2021/12/02

    HiWi Position

    Supervisor: Maximilian Reuter, M.Sc.

  • Entwicklung und Implementation einer Ethernet Schnittstelle mit Hilfe des LAN8720 ETH Board für FPGAs ohne Ethernet-PHY

    2021/09/10

    Bachelor thesis, Projectseminar

    Supervisor: Lukas Mennicke, M.Eng.

    Announcement as PDF

  • Capacitance Modelling for Novel Reconfigurable FET

    2021/08/19

    Bachelor thesis, Proseminar, Projectseminar

    Supervisor: Maximilian Reuter, M.Sc.

    Announcement as PDF

  • Aufbau eines Analogmoduls für eine flexibel und leicht einsetzbare Sensorplattform für rotierende Systeme

    Aufwand etwa 6-9CP

    2020/11/18

    Type of work flexible

    Supervisor: Dominik Großkurth, M.Sc.

  • Untersuchung der Diagnosefunktionen moderner LED-Treiber

    Entwicklung eines Interpretationsansatzes mittels der Physics-of-Failure-Methode

    2020/11/03

    Type of work flexible

    Supervisor: Ferdinand Keil, M.Sc.

  • Implementierung eines integrierten Oszillators für Smarte Implantate

    2021/10/04

    Bachelor thesis

    Supervisor: Dominic Korner, M.Sc.

  • Integrated differential to single-ended conversion of a DC-500 MHz clock signal

    2021/09/16

    Bachelor thesis

    Supervisor: Markus Graber, M.Sc.

  • Aufbau eines 3D Tiefensensors mittels Ultraschallmikrofonen

    Aufwand etwa 30CP

    2021/06/15

    Master thesis

    Supervisor: Dominik Großkurth, M.Sc.

  • Weiterentwicklung und Aufbau einer flexiblen und leicht einsetzbaren Sensorplattform für rotierende Systeme

    Aufwand etwa 6-15CP

    2021/09/21

    Projectseminar

    Supervisor: Dominik Großkurth, M.Sc.