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    • An information event about possible thesis topics (bachelor, diploma, master and term papers, as well as research projects or similar) took place on 18.03.2021 at 15.00 via BigBlueButton.
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Principal topics

Currently, student research projects are being awarded in the following areas:

Areas and current offers Contact person
Digital Fabrication, Wearables & E-Textiles, Tangible Interaction and Physical ComputingDigital Fabrication, Wearables & E-Textiles, Tangible Interaction and Physical Computing
Possible thesis could include but are not limited to:

  • Novel digital fabrication approaches.
  • Development of smart fabric sensors and e-textile technologies.
  • Investigation of a design space for on-clothing interactions.
  • Conception and implementation of innovative tangible user interfaces.
  • Realization of body-worn or handheld multiple degrees-of-freedom input devices.

For further individual offers please contact Konstantin Klamka via mail.

Konstantin Klamka
Visual Data Exploration in Multi-Device EnvironmentsVisual Data Exploration in Multi-Device Environments; Responsive Visualizations
For further individual offers please contact the responsible person.
Tom Horak
Mobile Information VisualizationMobile Information Visualization
Use of mobile devices for interactive information visualization; typical key aspects:

  • Combination of mobile devices with other displays/devices, for instance several tablets and smartphones or smartphones and large interactive displays
  • Multi-user or collaborative data analysis
  • Multiple visualization views distributed and coordinated across several devices
Ricardo Langner
Eye-Tracking & Gaze-Based InteractionEye-Tracking & Gaze-Based Interaction, multimodal (3D-)interaction with remote displays
For individual offers please contact Prof. Raimund Dachselt.
Augmented Reality & Everywhere InteractionAugmented Reality & Everywhere Interaction
For further individual offers please contact the responsible person.
Wolfgang Büschel
Combining Augmented Reality and Interactive SurfacesCombining Augmented Reality and Interactive Surfaces
For further individual offers please contact the responsible person.
Patrick Reipschläger
Adaptive Visualizations for Attribute Visualization in Augmented Reality
Use of AR technologies to display information on and at real objects; adaptive and dynamic adaptation of visualizations based on the data, real objects, a system or the user.
Marc Satkowski
Information exploration and multimedia retrieval based on semantic descriptionsInformation exploration and multimedia retrieval based on semantic descriptions
For further individual offers please contact the responsible person.
Annett Mitschick
Collaboration in Multi-Display EnvironmentsCollaboration in Multi-Display Environments
Use of multiple interactive surfaces fo co-located collaboration; observation and analysis of user behavior (incl. user and activity tracking).
Anke Lehmann
Operating Room scenarioAugmented Reality, 3D visualization and alternative interaction possibilities in the future Operation Room
Possible thesis could include but are not limited to:

  • Preoperative exploration and annotation of medical image data (e.g. CT)
  • Intraoperative visualization of an augmented patient model
  • Possibilities for interaction during surgeries
Eva Goebel
Physical Affordances and Natural User Interface in Immersive Environments
Possible theses could include but are not limited to:

  • Coordination and Distribution of Interaction and Visualization Between Mobile Devices and Head-Mounted Augmented Reality
  • Investigation of Physical Affordances by Everyday Products and Environments in Augmented Reality (Especially Placements)
  • Empirical User Study Design; Observation, Measurement, and Analysis of User Attitude and Behavior

For further individual offers please contact Weizhou Luo via mail.

Weizhou Luo

Interested in a Thesis Topic

If you are interested in writing a thesis at the Chair of Multimedia Technology, please contact the person responsible for a specific topic directly. If you are interested in multiple topics, please let us know from the beginning. Your initial email should contain at least the following information:

  • Name, matriculation number, course of study, year of enrollment
  • Type of the thesis (z. B. Bachelor, Master, Großer Beleg, Diploma, …)
  • Desired time span for the thesis; Earliest possible start date and latest possible end date. In special cases specific deadlines or commitments.
  • What subject area or research area are you interested in and why? (If several, then prioritize them)
  • How would you describe your general skills? (e.g. theorist/designer/study experience/etc.; programming languages)
  • What are your personal goals/desires with regard to the thesis?
  • Which relevant lectures/classes have you attended so far? And why are they relevant for the above mentioned topics or research areas?
  • Which ideas and concepts do you already have concerning the above mentioned topics or research areas?