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Theses & Certificates

Your studies are coming to an end and now all that's missing is your final paper.

Thesis - topic selection and registration

In order to find an interesting topic get in contact with chairs, lecturers, professors or external companies. There are often postings on bulletin boards or websites, or just have a look if you find something suitable on our  Jobs and Career  page.

As soon as you have found a good topic, your thesis needs to be registered.

How do I register my thesis?

Please register your thesis, no matter if bachelor’s or master’s thesis, digitally in the  thesis portal  of the TUM School of Life Sciences. Please note that the login is only possible via the eduVPN client (download: https://www.eduvpn.org/client-apps/ and instruction: https://doku.lrz.de/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=87425039 ).

You can find detailed instructions including screenshots on how to register your thesis  here .

The responsible examiner has to digitally agree to your application. If this is done, the examination team will check if the requirements for the thesis are met (credit requirements, internships, WPP-registration, etc. depending on the study program) and your registration will be submitted to the examination board for approval. If all requirements are met, the registration of your thesis will be approved by the examination team.

You will then receive  a confirmation via e-mail  from the system, which you should  save for your records . In order to have enough lead time for the review and approval of your application, it should be sent to the Campus Office about  4 weeks before the planned thesis start date .

As soon as the registration has been completed, it will also be entered and displayed in  TUMonline  within the next few days. Please check your account.

Please note that you must be enrolled until the day you submit your thesis . Further information about de-registration: https://www.tum.de/en/studies/graduation/withdrawal-from-university/

Thesis Extension and Suspension

If you cannot meet your submission deadline  for reasons beyond your control , the examination board may extend the completion period by a  maximum of half of the regular processing time . If you are unable to work due to illness , the processing time will be suspended accordingly upon request.

How do I extend my thesis?

The application for an extension must be submitted to the examination board before the date of submission and your supervisor has to agree by providing his signature. Therefore, please contact your supervisor early enough if you have problems with meeting your deadline. In general, you should expect a  processing period of approx. 3 weeks  until the examination board has decided on your application and the entry is recorded in your student file. If you are  ill  and can prove   by a  medical certificate  that you are prevented from working on your thesis, the processing time is suspended for the duration of the illness stated in the certificate. Please make sure that the  medical certificate  contains all the required information, especially the beginning and (expected) end of the inability to work on your thesis, a certificate of incapacity for work is not sufficient (instructions on this can be found via  https://www.tum.de/en/studies/during-your-studies/organizing-your-studies/examinations/withdrawing-from-examinations-medical-certificates ) Please send the signed application to  [email protected] . It will make it easier for us to process your application if you name it:  Last name_Extension.pdf . It will then be forwarded to the respective examination board and you will be informed after the examination board has decided on your application.

Thesis extension / suspension form  (English) Antrag auf Verlängerung / Ruhen der Abschlussarbeit  (German)

Title page template

The layout of the cover sheet and various specifications are usually chair-specific. Please check the website of the chair or contact the supervisor of your thesis. Various general templates can be found in the  MyTUM portal .

Thesis submission

The Bachelor's thesis must not be handed in later than three months after your thesis issue date. The Master's thesis must not be handed in later than six months after your thesis issue date. In case of part-time study programs, different deadlines apply in accordance with the respective FPSO.

  • Example Bachelor: Start issue date of the thesis May 1, latest submission date August 1.
  • Example Master: Start issue date of the thesis October 9, latest submission date April 9.

How do I submit my thesis?

After you have successfully completed your thesis, log in to the thesis portal and upload your thesis as PDF file. You can find detailed information about the upload procedure and about the required designation of your PDF file in the instructions with screenshots  here .  The digital submission does not prevent you from the obligation to hand in the printed and signed version of your thesis to your examiner.

If the upload to the portal is not possible due to technical reasons, please send your thesis to [email protected] before the deadline.

Evaluation forms for examiners

Thesis evaluation form

The evaluation form is filled out by the examiner and is then sent to the Campus Office ( [email protected] ) along with the title page.

Creation of certificates

After receipt of the thesis grade in the Campus Office you will receive an e-mail with all information regarding the procedure for the preparation of the certificate.

After the approval by your advisor  it can take up to 6 weeks  until your transcript is issued and signed. You will then be informed by the Central Examination Office that your transcript is ready for collection.

You can also get your certificate by mail. For this, please submit the following request for delivery of the final documents to the department of central examination matters: https://www.tum.de/en/studies/graduation/documents/

If you need an early certificate of graduation, please fill out the form for the issuance of a certificate of graduation ( https://www.tum.de/en/studies/graduation/documents/ ) and send it to the Graduation Office and Academic Records  (Campus Weihenstephan). Please note that this is not a certificate, only an official confirmation of your degree. If you have any questions, please contact your student advisor: https://www.ls.tum.de/en/ls/studies/campus-office-and-student-advising/advice-and-support/

Further information of the TU Munich on the topic of final theses.

Research Phase and Master’s Thesis in the M.Sc. Quantum Science & Technology

During the last year of the Master's program Quantum Science & Technology, you will have the opportunity to work on exciting research topics in the unique research of the Munich Center for Quantum Science and Technology. During this so-called research phase, you can choose from an extensive number of research groups and current projects.

The build-up of the research phase

To the scope of the one year research phase (60 ECTS) belong firstly, the development of the necessary special knowledge within a cutting-edge research line and secondly, the acquisition of the corresponding experimental or theoretical skills, that are necessary for the realization of the research project within the frame of the Master's thesis. Each of these steps conforms a module, the Master's seminar and the Master's work experience. Both modules belong intrinsically together and account in total for 30 ECTS. Subsequently, the independent research project can be carried out as part of the Master's thesis, which corresponding module comprises 30 ECTS. The research phase is completed with the Master's colloquium, the defense of the Master's thesis, within this module.

During the research phase, the fulfilment of an independent scientific work is tighly connected with the acquisition of additional skills, such as project management, team work as well as the depiction and presentation of scientific results.

*: PL="Prüfungsleistung" graded exam, SL="Studienleistung" non graded exam (pass/fail)

Finding a topic

To find a topic, please contact the possible thesis supervisors yourself.

The thesis supervisors have the possibility to advertise topics. However, not all possible topics are advertised, so it is advisable to ask the thesis supervisors directly. Other topics may also arise during the discussion.

Furthermore, it is advisable to start searching for a suitable topic early, about one semester in advance. In a personal interview, you can quickly see whether a topic appeals to you and whether you feel comfortable in the group. We discourage you from simple e-mail exchange, as it is usually not successful.

List of possible QST supervisors

The following faculty members of the two universities TUM and LMU have been included by the examination board into the list of potential supervisors for QST research phases/Master's Theses:

  • Prof. Dr. Monika Aidelsburger
  • Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Auwärter
  • Prof. Dr. Christian Back
  • Prof. Dr. Johannes Barth
  • Prof. Dr. Mikhail Belkin
  • Prof. Dr. Immanuel Bloch
  • Prof. Dr. Holger Boche
  • Prof. Dr. Folkmar Bornemann
  • Prof. Dr. Martin Brandt
  • Dr. Dominik Bucher
  • Prof. Dr. Ignacio Cirac
  • PD Dr. Frank Deppe
  • Dr. Kirill Fedorov
  • Prof. Dr. Stefan Filipp
  • Prof. Dr. Jonathan Finley
  • Prof. Dr. Steffen Glaser
  • Prof. Dr. Rudolf Gross
  • Prof. Dr. Fabian Grusdt
  • Prof. Dr. Christian Hainzl
  • Prof. Dr. Alexander Högele
  • Prof. Dr. Alexander Holleitner
  • PD Dr. Hans-Gregor Hübl
  • Prof. Dr. Reinhard Kienberger
  • Prof. Dr. Michael Knap
  • Prof. Dr. Johannes Knolle
  • PD Dr. Gregor Koblmüller
  • Prof. Dr. Robert König
  • Prof. Dr. Barbara Kraus
  • PD Dr. Jeanette Lorenz
  • Prof. Dr. Daniel Matthes
  • Prof. Dr. Christian Mendl
  • Prof. Dr. Kai Müller
  • Dr. Belen Paredes
  • Prof. Dr. Christian Pfleiderer
  • Prof. Dr. Thành Nam Phan
  • Prof. Dr. Lode Pollet
  • Prof. Dr. Frank Pollmann
  • Prof. Dr. Menno Poot
  • Prof. Dr. Peter Rabl
  • Prof. Dr. Andreas Reiserer
  • Prof. Dr. Gerhard Rempe
  • Dr. Christian Schilling
  • Prof. Dr. Ulrich Schollwöck
  • Prof. Dr. Thomas Udem
  • Prof. Dr. Jan von Delft
  • Prof. Dr. Simone Warzel
  • Prof. Dr. Harald Weinfurter
  • Prof. Dr. Robert Wille
  • Prof. Dr. Michael Marc Wolf

Registering the research phase

The registration to all modules belonging to the research phase is done at once, normally at the beginning of the third Master's semester. After agreeing on a topic with the future supervisor, the registration takes place via an online form, for the time being still via the physics web pages (access only from the Munich science network).

Following the online registration, the registration form must be printed out and handed in at the Dean's Office (Physics building). When doing this, the certificate of mentor counseling has to be included.

After six months the Master's thesis should begin. Passing the Master's seminar and the Master's work experience will be recorded in TUMonline and you are officially allowed to start the thesis.

Handing in the thesis and getting the grade including the colloquium

Before handing in the Master's thesis, you must fill in the final titel of the thesis in the database and upload an electronic copy (PDF-file). For the time being, the database is still located on the physics web pages (access only from the Munich science network). Afterwards, you have to hand in two printed and bound versions in the Dean's Office (Physics building). Only then is the thesis considered submitted; uploading the electronic copy is not sufficient to meet the deadline.

Extension of the deadline is only possible for good reasons. See FAQ on Thesis extension .

The Master's thesis will be evaluated by the supervisor and a second examiner. The second examiner is appointed by the examination board on suggestion of the supervisor (at the earliest after official registration of Master’s thesis).

The supervisor and the second examiner will also grade the Master's colloquium, which completes the research phase. The Master’s colloquium is organised and conducted by the supervisor together with the second examiner. The Master’s colloquium takes approximately 60 minutes, consisting of a 30 minutes talk and 30 minutes examination. Naturally, the inclusion of the colloquium in a group seminar is possible.

For any examination you must be enrolled as a student of TUM. Hence you need to re-enroll for one semester more e.g. if you hand in your Master’s thesis or your Master’s colloquium takes place after the current semester ends. With a due date for your thesis or a scheduled date for the colloquium e.g. in October, you should not forget to re-enroll for the winter semester and the corresponding deadline would be August 15.

Completing your Master studies

At the end of the semester in which you reach the necessary 120 ECTS in your Master's degree program and passed all required exams you will be exmatriculated (according to §13(1) enrolment rules of TUM). In most cases the Master's colloquium will be the last exam to reach this point.

You are principally allowed to take further exams after reaching the 120 ECTS, i.e. to replace previous results in the catalog of the focus areas with better results. Therefore it is generally not possible that the final documents are generated before you are exmatriculated. In case you need the final documents (or even preliminary documents) earlier, you have to request for it explicitly. See the Remarks on end of studies and final documents for further information.

Computation of the final grade

The final grade is the ECTS-weighted average of all graded exams.

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FINAL THESIS AT THE CHAIR OF PSYCHOLOGY (BACHELOR/ MASTER)

Are you interested in psychology and looking for an exciting topic for your final thesis ( bachelor/master )? Then apply to the Chair of Psychology! We offer an open and constructive work atmosphere in a young, dynamic, and international team.

We conduct both basic and applied research on the intersection of motivational, industrial, and organizational psychology. Here, we deal with questions regarding implicit and explicit motives, volition (willpower), intrinsic motivation, flow experiences, action regulation, (romantic) workplace relationships, and transformational leadership.

APPLICATION PROCESS

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STEP 1: Find your topic and supervisor

Check out all ongoing research projects at the Chair by inspecting each team member’s profile and research interests. Our  team page  can help you in finding the right supervisor with the right topic!

STEP 2: Prepare your application documents and contact us

If you already have a topic for your thesis in mind or are interested in a particular research area offered, please send an email directly to the team member involved in this research field.  Please note:  Your email should include a few setences on your motivation  ("what made you apply?"), how you fulfill the hard criteria stated under "WHAT WE EXPECT" as well as your CV and  transcript of records (one PDF). We will get in touch with you as soon as possible!

STEP 3: "Meet & Greet" with your potential supervisor

Depending on the team member’s capacity, she/he will either send you a rejection email or schedule a “Meet & Greet”-appointment in which you receive more information on her/his research field and the Chair’s thesis procedure. Please note:  In preparation for the meeting, thoroughly read our guidelines and policies made on final theses at the Chair of Psychology (see here ). Since we now encourage manuscript-style theses instead of "classical" theses, some parts might be obsolet (ask your potential supervisor!). However, the document still provides you with a good overview!

STEP 4: Agreement on the topic and type of your thesis

After you have spent some time reading on the topic(s) that aroused your interest, you will meet again with your supervisor and agree not only on your thesis topic but also on the type of thesis (empirical/theoretical and manuscript-style or classic).

STEP 5: Write a short proposal

Before registering your thesis, we want you to write a short thesis proposal of max. 3 pages (see here  for more information). In it, you will refine your research question, build the thesis structure, and organize/schedule milestones for your research work in the form of a timeline. It will also serve as a “contract” for the thesis content after you have registered for your thesis in the next step.

STEP 6: Registration of your thesis

In the last step, your supervisor officially registers your thesis at the Examination Office. Once your thesis is registered, you must submit your bachelor’s/master’s thesis within the next 3/6 months. Please note:  Please read, sign, and send the following  declaration  to your supervisor via email. In case of manuscript-style theses, please read, sign, and send the following additional document .

WHAT WE EXPECT

1) Hard criteria (mandatory):

Prior experience with/knowedlege of  empirical research methods  including basic quantative statistics (descriptive statistics, regression, mediation/moderation, etc.) and their implementation with a software of your choice (SPSS, R, JASP, etc.).

In your first email to your potential supervisor, you need to inform him/her how you fulfill this requirement. Either by providing him/her with convining information on your statistical background or by referring to one of the courses listed below:

  • Bachelor's thesis: Successful participation (min. grade 2.3) in the module “ Empirical Research Methods ” (WI000261)
  • Master's thesis:  Successful participation (min. grade 2.3) in the module “ Introduction to Statistics Using R ” (MGT001243)  

2)   Soft criteria (desirable):

  • Empirical or theoretical/conceptual thesis in manuscript style suitable for publication
  • Preferred language: English
  • Time: 3/6 months full time for bachelor’s/master’s theses
  • Pages: 20-30 pages for bachelor’s/master’s theses (rule of thumb) in manuscript style suitable for publication
  • APA (7 th  Edition) formatting
  • Presentation of your thesis in our research colloquium
  • Prior experience with psychological/motivational/statistical topics - for instance, gained in one of our seminars/lectures offered by the Chair of Psychology
  • Access to rare populations/samples - for example, companies

WHAT WE OFFER

  • Insights into psychological/motivational/statistical topics, highly relevant for your future career in or outside of academia
  • One-to-one mentoring including regular feedback
  • Our greatest attention because your thesis directly supports our research – your success is our goal (win-win situation)
  • Access to the Chair’s research laboratory “MotivaTUM” with 20 experimental PCs for empirical research studies
  • A challenging but supportive work environment in which having fun never falls too short (see point 6)
  • Table soccer and best coffee at TUM

DOWNLOAD SECTION

  • Richtlinien zur Erstellung von Abschlussarbeiten
  • APA Guidelines
  • APA Word Template
  • APA Sample Paper
  • Cover Page Thesis
  • Declaration of Authenticity and Data Usage
  • Declaration of Authorship
  • Manuscript-Style Thesis
  • Information Sheet - Registering your thesis at TUM SOM
  • Information Sheet - Submitting your thesis at TUM SOM

In case you should have general questions concerning final theses at the Chair of Psychology, please do not hesitate to contact us by email!

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Typical Structure of a Bachelor's or Master's Thesis

Most thesis are structured as shown below. Each part may be split into several chapter. For example, the part introduction may have two separate chapters for a the general introduction to the topic and the research question. But the parts commonly appear in the following order:

  • Acknowledgement (Optional)

Table of Contents

1. introduction, 2. literature review, 3. data collection, 4. analysis, 5. conclusions, list of references, statement of independent work.

  • Appendix (Optional)

TUM provides a template for theses that is recommended to use. You can download this template in Word or LaTeX format (login with your TUM account required to access).

There is no mandatory length of a thesis. Most well-written master's theses have between 50 and 80 pages, Bachelor's theses typically have between 40 and 60 pages. However, depending on your topic and your writing style, more or fewer pages may be appropriate. Be aware that your thesis will only be evaluated based on the written document and the defense. If you did some nice work (that you might have shown to your adviser at some point) and forget to add it to your written document, it cannot be evaluated.

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The title page should include the following information:

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  • Title of the thesis
  • Subtitle of the thesis (optional)
  • Full author name
  • Name of advisers

It is also nice (but optional) to add a pretty graphic from your research to the title page.

Acknowledgement

In this part, you acknowledge any support you may have gotten while preparing your thesis. For example, if an agency provided you with data, you definitely should thank them here. It is also not uncommon to offer personal thank to friends and/or family who supported the thesis. You may also mention your adviser if (s)he was helpful, but that is optional of course.

If you received a scholarship that supported you during the time you wrote your thesis, you definitely should acknowledge that support here as well.

The summary is a key part of your thesis and part of what is evaluated by your thesis committee. Make sure to reserve sufficient time at the very end to write a very good summary. The summary should be about one page long and include your research question, describe the data you used, briefly describe the methodology applied and (very important) also summarize the results you found.

The table of contents lists all chapters and subchapters of your thesis and provides the page number where each chapter starts. Word and LaTeX offer automated functions to create a table of contents if you defined headers properly. Make sure to update the table of contents before you print to ensure that all page numbers are correct.

Following the table of contents, you also need to provide a list of figures and a list of tables. Likewise, these lists also provide the page number where the figures and tables can be found. Again, word and LaTeX provide automated functions for creating such lists.

The introduction shall provide the reader with an entryway to your topic. Commonly, the introduction is not too technical and provides the reader with a very general introduction why the topic of the thesis is relevant. Empirical examples are particular popular in introductions (make sure to provide citations), such as:

Thesis Topic: Managing Freight Flows to Reduce Highway Maintenance Costs

The first sentence of introduction could be: Freight flows largely define the costs for maintaining infrastructure, as the rear axles of a typical 13 ton van cause 1,000-times the structural damage of a car (Small, Winston, and Evans 1989: 11).

The introduction should also provide at least one research question that you try to answer. Last but not least, the introduction should also introduce the structure of the thesis (i.e., which chapters the reader should expect) in one paragraph.

The literature review is a core element of your thesis and shows that you are capable of working scientifically. As you explain what other researchers have found on your topic, the reader will realize that you know this topic extremely well. This will build trust that you can provide a piece of work yourself that is scientifically relevant.

Equally important, you will need to identify a gap in the literature that you intent to fill. This is how you justify your thesis, and it helps the reader to assess the importance of your work. This gap may be methodological ("I will develop a new method that is able to answer my research question, which previously applied methods cannot as well."), use new data ("Other researchers used database X, but I will use data retrieved by Y."), or a new application ("This method has never been applied to the city of Munich.").

Describe in detail which data you use and how you collect these data. This may include qualitative data ("I analyze these in-depth travel behavior surveys."), or statistics you use, or data you collect yourself. The description should be as detailed that a very good fellow student in your field would be able to more or less reproduce your work.

If you conduct a case study, the study area needs to be introduced here.

Obviously, here you describe in great detail the actual analysis you conducted. The level of detail should be sufficient to allow a very smart fellow student in your field to reproduce more or less your research.

The most important at the beginning: The chapter Conclusions does not contain a summary of your thesis! The summary is provided in the abstract of the beginning of your thesis, but not here.

Instead, the conclusions shall do what the title suggests: Synthesize your findings and conclude what we learn from that. It will be useful to refer to your research question(s) and discuss if those were confirmed or rejected by your research. You may also refer back to you literature review and compare your findings with the findings that others have published.

This is also a good place to talk about limitations of your research. By clearly stating what your research is not able to do well, your thesis becomes stronger. If you show that you understand what your methodology misses, you show the reader that you understand very well what you research has accomplished, and what may need further research.

Which brings us to another topic you should touch on in your conclusions: What are future research needs? If a fellow student of you wanted to build on your research, what would be the next logical step that (s)he should try to address?

Last but not least, you may also assess if your findings have practical implications. Examples: Should waste water engineers use an additional test to assess water quality? Should transportation planners use different data to assess the level of service?

Here you list all references that were cited in your work, and only those references. References you read but did not cite do not appear here. After all, they were not relevant enough for this thesis to be cited, so they do not belong in your list of references.

If you use a reference management system (highly recommended), the list of references is created automatically. LaTeX also nicely integrated with Bibtex to automatically create a list of references. TUM offers Citavi and Endnote for free to students (access here , log in required), and there are a number of other systems that also may work well for you (see this list on wikipedia).

Finally, you need to provide a statement that reads as follows:

In German: Ich versichere hiermit, dass ich die von mir eingereichte Abschlussarbeit selbstständig verfasst und keine anderen als die angegebenen Quellen und Hilfsmittel benutzt habe.

Or in English: I hereby confirm that this thesis was written independently by myself without the use of any sources beyond those cited, and all passages and ideas taken from other sources are cited accordingly.

Appendix (or Appendices)

You may provide additional information in appendices. Some researchers are of the opinion that if something is important it should go into the main body of the thesis; and if it doesn't deserve being in the main body of the thesis, it should not be provided at all. Others say that is may be useful to provide extensive tables, mathematical proofs or series of graphics in the appendix if they are not required to understand the main text but useful for the interested reader.

It is very uncommon to provide a single graphic or a single table in the appendix. Those usually work better in the main body of the text. Commonly, only material that covers several pages would go into the appendix, it it distracts the reader if all those materials were shown in the main body of the thesis.

Extensive appendices may be left out in the printed version and only be provided on a CD or a thumb drive. Note, however, that some advisers refuse to open any files stored on a CD or a thumb drive while evaluating your thesis. As a rule of thumb, your thesis needs to be understandable without reading any appendices.

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Our Academic Departments for finding a thesis topic

Finding a topic and supervisor for your final thesis is an essential part of your degree program. There are several ways to achieve this goal:

  • Apply for an advertised topic at a chair. To make the process easier, please find the contact information, requirements for supervising a thesis and available topics of each chair of TUM School of Management by following the links below.
  • Develop your own topic based on your interests and classes and proactively contact a potential supervisor from a chair in a related research area. For this purpose, please familiarize yourself with the requirements for supervision of the chair.
  • Pitch a work-related topic offered by a company to a potential supervisor at a chair in a related research area.
  • Plan to do your thesis abroad. 

Last, but not least, we recommend to check the provided information sheets in our Download Center and the module description of the final thesis. We wish you the best of luck!

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Master Thesis

You are very welcome to write your master thesis with us. We always have a collection of open topics available but also encourage students to propose own topics, as long as these relate to our research interests. Please see the details below if you want to apply.

Requirements:

We are looking for students who have a particular interest in Operations & Supply Chain Management (OSCM) and participated in several lectures and seminars within this field. You should possess fundamental mathematical and technical knowledge as well as the modeling and programming skills required to tackle advanced topics in OSCM.

Application:

If you are interested in doing your Master’s Thesis with us, please send an e-mail to [email protected]  with the following information:

  • Curriculum Vitae (incl. finished projects, programming skills/references)
  • Transcript of records (Bachelor and Master)
  • Own topic: write a short topic description including a motivation, a description of the research gap, and a possible solution approach.
  • General interest: write a motivation letter that outlines your interests and a favored research field.
  • List of relevant courses attended
  • Preferred time frame (earliest possible start 4 weeks after application)

Due to a high workload of ongoing theses, we prioritize applications of students who successfully participated in a course or seminar offered by our chair.

Theses can only be registered on the 1 st of a month and the students need to send their documents for application at least one month in advance.

Guidelines:

Guidelines for how to write a thesis are part of our LaTeX template. We would advise you to use LaTeX for your writings for which we can provide the most support.

We ask you to meet with your supervisor on a regular basis to provide updates on your progress and ensure you receive valuable feedback. Your thesis will be graded according to the following criteria:

  • Overall structure of your work
  • Motivation of the research question and discussion of the current literature
  • Selection and application of scientific methods
  • Discussion of your results and conclusions
  • Code quality and documentation

Registration at TUM School of Management:

Once you finalized the topic with your supervisor, you will be officially registered through the TUM-SoM Portal. You will receive an email to confirm the registration - please make sure to do so as soon as possible.

Open Topics

  • n.A.: Resolution of charge-scheduling conflicts in the strategic planning of autonomous electric bus fleets. Master thesis, 2023 more… Full text (mediaTUM)
  • n.A.: Staggered Routing In Autonomous Mobility-on-Demand. Master thesis, 2023 more… Full text (mediaTUM)
  • n.A.: Day-Ahead Planning for A Hybrid Two-Echelon City Logistics System with Swap Body Micro-hubs. Master thesis, 2023 more… Full text (mediaTUM)

Completed Theses

  • Chun Hei Chung: Applying Deep Reinforcement Learning to Optimize Robotic Dispatcher's Policy in a Discrete Event Simulation: Use Case of a Tool Buffer System in Semiconductor Manufacturing. Master thesis, 2023 more…
  • Vsevolod Kompantsev: Dynamic spend distribution across several advertisement exchanges over multiple time slots with constrained budgets. Master thesis, 2023 more…
  • Mudit Srivastava: Improving Demand Forecasting Measures in Semiconductor Supply Chains through Sophisticated Machine Learning Models and Customer Order Behaviors. Master thesis, 2023 more…
  • Robin Maximilian Köhler: Prediction of Charging Point Utilization Using a Machine Learning-Based Surrogate Model of a Multi-Agent Simulation. Master thesis, 2023 more…
  • Lukas Scheurich: Two-Stage Stochastic Program for the Scheduling and Location Problem in a Flexible Layout. Master thesis, 2023 more…
  • Ecem Ataç: Optimal Auction Design for Promoting Sustainable Practices in Industrial Procurement. Master thesis, 2023 more…
  • Franz Felix Heim: A neural network enriched framework for conditional two-stage stochastic optimization problems. Master thesis, 2023 more…
  • Alexander David Koch: Deep reinforcement learning for last-mile crowdsourced delivery. Master thesis, 2023 more…
  • Christopher Dudel: Selecting Operators in LNS with Reinforcement Learning. Master thesis, 2023 more…
  • Jee Hyung Kim: Decision Support System Based on State-of-the-Art Deep Reinforcement Learning Models for Vendor Managed Inventory. Master thesis, 2022 more…
  • Claire Schwartz: Deriving Auction Designs from Performance Pricing Value Graphs in Industrial Procurement. Master thesis, 2022 more…
  • Philipp Merz: Optimizing multimodal public transportation systems. Master thesis, 2022 more…
  • Finn Kern: A flexible sustainable urban same-day last-mile multi-pickup and single-delivery system. Master thesis, 2022 more…
  • Kim-Kira Scheder: Decarbonization of the BMW Group: Develeoping a Strategy for the Location-Dependent Replacement of Natural Gas Using Multi Objective Optimization. Master thesis, 2022 more…
  • Lena Fiedler: Electric Autonomous Bus Fleet Design with Operational Constraints. Master thesis, 2022 more…
  • Maximilian Janetschek: Hybrid Flow Shop Scheduling with Integrated Maintenance Planning - A Battery Cell Case Study. Master thesis, 2022 more…
  • Philipp Hohmann: The Split Delivery Vehicle Routing Problem with Truck Platooning. Master thesis, 2022 more…
  • Jonas Grundler: Assembly Line Balancing with high Product Diversity and Process Variance. Master thesis, 2022 more…
  • Hashmatullah Sadid: Waiting time estimation using spatio-temporal graph neural network. Master thesis, 2022 more…
  • Isilsu Diedem Sahin: Development of a Decision-Making Mechanism for Revenue Management with Customer Order Behavior and Forecast Accuracy in the Semiconductor Industry. Master thesis, 2021 more…
  • Marc Kaufeld: The Vehicle Routing Problem With Truck Platooning. Master thesis, 2021 more…
  • Leopold Demleitner: Controlling Autonoumous Mobility-on-Demand Using a Deep Actor-Critic Algorithm: Approaches to Solve the Multi-Agent Setting. Master thesis, 2021 more…
  • Maximilian Jaenichen: Supervised Machine Learning for Disruption Evaluation in End-to-End Semiconductor Supply Chains. Master thesis, 2021 more…
  • Paul Stadler: A Large Neighborhood Search Algorithm for the Multi-Trip Vehicle Routing Problem with Modular Multi-Compartment Vehicles. Master thesis, 2020 more…
  • Daniel Nientiedt: An Adaptive Large Neighborhood Search for Multidrone Delivery with Battery swapping at Mobile Platforms. Master thesis, 2020 more…
  • Timothy Hönig: An Iterative Filtering Algorithm to Solve a Heterogeneous Locationrouting Problem for a Micro-Hub Cargo Bike Network. Master thesis, 2020 more…
  • Christina Liepold: Production as a Service: On the Impact of Partial Production Capacity Sharing. Master thesis, 2020 more…
  • Jose Pastor: Production schedule optimization of an automotive hot stamp line under uncertainty. Master thesis, 2020 more…
  • Niklas Herzel: Solving Hub Network Design Problems. Master thesis, 2020 more…
  • Shilp Patel: Supply Chain Processes for Smart Textile - Semiconductors and Textile - Within the Scope of Genus Tex with Measures to Reduce Bullwhip Effect. Master thesis, 2020 more…
  • Sarah Laamimach: Autonomous Unmanned Ground Vehicles for Urban Logistics - Integration with Public Transportation. Master thesis, 2019 more…
  • Robert zur Bonsen: Fair Matchings for the Taxi Sharing Problem. Master thesis, 2019 more…
  • Lorenz Hansbauer: Measuring and Counteracting the Bullwhip Effect with Big Data and Artificial Intelligence. Master thesis, 2019 more…

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Technical University of Munich

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Student theses

On this web page student theses (master theses, bachelor theses, diploma theses) as well as selected student research projects are listed which were conducted at the Chair of Geoinformatics during the last few years.

  • Bachert, Carolin: Mapping the Energy ADE to CityGML 3.0. Master thesis, 2023 more… BibTeX
  • Bajramovic, Vedran: Development of an Automated Transformation Method of GB Road Network Data for Connected and Automated Mobility Applications. Master thesis, 2023 more… BibTeX
  • Fröch, Thomas: Inpainting of unseen façade objects using deep learning methods. Master thesis, 2023 more… BibTeX
  • Hamza Zahid: Integrating Regulatory Compliance into Urban Simulations: A Framework based on CityGML and XPlanung. Master thesis, 2023 more… BibTeX
  • Olbrich, Felix S.: Multimodal Navigation Applications for CityGML 3.0 using a Graph Database. Master thesis, 2023 more… BibTeX
  • Stout, Dawson: Harnessing Geosensor Networks for Environmental Decision-Making: Water Management and Renaturation at the Kalterbach, Germany. Master thesis, 2023 more… BibTeX
  • Apra, Irène: Semantic segmentation of roof superstructures. Master thesis, 2022 more… BibTeX
  • Baturalp, Arisoy: Automatization Process of Landscape Heterogeneity Index for Biodiversity Exploratories. Master thesis, 2022 more… BibTeX
  • Faltermeier, Florian: Improving CNN roof segment detection by dataset extension using 3D city models. Projekt thesis, 2022 more… BibTeX
  • Knoll, Kevin: Zusammenführung von Luftbild- und 3D-basierter Photovoltaik-Potenzialanalyse. Master thesis, 2022 more… BibTeX
  • Meyer, Markus: Interactive Retrieval and Exploration of Information Resources by Coupling of a 3D Web Viewer and a Smart City Catalog Service. Master thesis, 2022 more… BibTeX
  • Ren, Peng;: Analysis and Extension of Roof Structure Detection for Urban Areas. Semester thesis, 2022 more… BibTeX
  • Wrabel, Tamira: Standards für den Digitalen Zwilling der Stadt. Bachelor thesis, 2022 more… BibTeX
  • Danisman, Aylin: Luftqualitätsanalyse auf Basis von Luftmessdaten in der Metropolregion München Nord. Bachelor thesis, 2021 more… BibTeX
  • Erbe, Karin: Detection of Bicycle Racks from Geodata Using Deep Learning. Master thesis, 2021 more… BibTeX
  • Gawronski, Alexander: Identifikation von geometrischen Abweichungen zwischen semantischen Stadtmodellen und Punktwolken. Bachelor thesis, 2021 more… BibTeX
  • Krauth, T.: Kopplung von Simulationssoftware mit Semantischen 3DStadtmodellen für Urbane Mikroklimasimulation. Master thesis, 2021 more… BibTeX
  • Muhammad, Fadel: Inference of Urban 3D Morphology from Satellite Imagery and GIS Datasets – Application to Urban Climate Characterization. Master thesis, 2021 more… BibTeX
  • Müller, Felix: Entwicklung einer CityGML Application Domain Extension: Der Amtliche Lageplan in 3D. Master thesis, 2021 more… BibTeX
  • Sedlmeier, P.: Extending the Calibration of the Transition Model for Calculating Solar Radiation Values. IDP-Arbeit, 2021 more… BibTeX
  • Winderl, Maximilian: Multiobjective Optimization of Irrigation Scheduling Based on MIKE SHE. Master thesis, 2021 more… BibTeX
  • Besinger, Leander: Solarpotentialanalyse auf Basis von 3D-Stadtmodellen – Performance und Ergebnisqualität. Bachelor thesis, 2020 more… BibTeX
  • Deigele, Wolfgang: Wind throw detection using deep learning on PlanetScope and high‐resolution aerial images. Master thesis, 2020 more… BibTeX
  • Heilgemair, Kilian: How can an image-based traffic monitoring system be implemented through IoT technology, machine learning within the framework of data protection regulations? Master thesis, 2020 more… BibTeX
  • Rambhia, Mihir: Integration of The Things Network with OGC Sensor Web Enablement Platforms. Studien thesis, 2020 more… BibTeX
  • Stadlmann, Doris: Entwicklung eines Geodesign-Werkzeugs zur automatisierten 3D-Gewässerschlauchmodellierung unter Berücksichtigung verschiedener Uferausprägungen. Master thesis, 2020 more… BibTeX
  • Wilhelm, Laura: Integration von Building Information Modeling und Umweltplanung am Beispiel der DB Engineering & Consulting GmbH. Master thesis, 2020 more… BibTeX
  • Winderl, Maximilian: Data Workflow and Remote-Control Concept for IoT-based Smart Farming. Studien thesis, 2020 more… BibTeX
  • Wysocki, Olaf: Semantic-based Geometry Refinement of 3D City Models for Testing Automated Driving. Master thesis, 2020 more… BibTeX
  • Bolduan, Tobias: A new approach for integrating BIM and GIS based on Model View Definition and Profiling Geospatial Application Schemas. Master thesis, 2019 more… BibTeX
  • Gonzalez Balcarce, Fernando Jose: Integration of the sewer network standard ISYBau with the CityGML Utility Network ADE for improved representation of sewer networks. Master thesis, 2019 more… BibTeX
  • Hotschek, Alexander: Projektübergreifende Analyse des Infrastrukturbestands am Beispiel der Bahnhöfe der DB Station & Service AG. Master thesis, 2019 more… BibTeX
  • Härpfer, Daniel: Analysis of the CityGML 3.0 Space Concept based on the Use Cases BIM-GIS lntegration and Street Space Modelling. Master thesis, 2019 more… BibTeX
  • Scharfenberg, Niklas: A Geographical Assessment of Renewable Power-to-Liquid (PtL) Jet Fuel Production Potentials in the USA. Master thesis, 2019 more… BibTeX
  • Astner, Christina: Erstellung eines Geodesign-Werkzeugs zur naturschutzfachlichen Bewertung beim Entwurf von Kernwegenetzen. Projekt thesis, 2018 more… BibTeX
  • Coduro, Theresa: Straßenraummodellierung mittels Mobile Mapping in OpenDRIVE und CityGML sowie Entwicklung geeigneter Visualisierungsmethoden. Master thesis, 2018 more… BibTeX
  • Fuchs, Dominik: Berechnung des Energiebedarfs von Wohngebäuden auf Basis von semantischen 3D-Stadtmodellen am Beispiel der Gemeinde Poing. Bachelor thesis, 2018 more… BibTeX
  • Gapp, Kilian: Werkzeuge zur Entscheidungsunterstützung für die Planung landwirtschaftlicher Kernwegenetze. Master thesis, 2018 more… BibTeX
  • Gerl, Sebastian: Verkehrswegebelastung durch landwirtschaftlichen Verkehr. Projekt thesis, 2018 more… BibTeX
  • Gnatz Susanne: Automatisierte Generierung hochdetaillierter 3D-Verkehrswegemodelle für Straßenbahnsimulatoren. Master thesis, 2018 more… BibTeX
  • Graßl, Teresa: Implementierung eines WebGIS zur Darstellung von Untergrunddaten. Projekt thesis, 2018 more… BibTeX
  • Pültz, Martin: Integration of Geometric High-Resolution Digital Surface Models with Semantic 3D City Models. Master thesis, 2018 more… BibTeX
  • Schönhut, Sabine: An Underground Environment Data Model for BIM and GIS Integration. Master thesis, 2018 more… BibTeX
  • Astner, Christina: Untersuchung eines neuen Planungsansatzes zur Konzeption überregionaler Kernwegenetze für die Landwirtschaft. Master thesis, 2017 more… BibTeX
  • Baghdoust, Amir: Visualizing dynamic spatial height information in a dam monitoring context. Master thesis, 2017 more… BibTeX
  • Beil, Christof: Detaillierte Repräsentation des Straßenraums in 3D-Stadtmodellen. Master thesis, 2017 more… BibTeX
  • Deigele, Wolfgang: Effizientes Management und 3D-Visualisierung von großen DGM in einem räumlichen Datenbanksystem. Bachelor thesis, 2017 more… BibTeX
  • Ebert, Vanessa: CityGML and Urban Metabolism - Initial Investigations for Spatial Modeling of Stocks and Flows. Master thesis, 2017 more… BibTeX
  • Egger, Franziska: 3D-Stadtmodelle nach CityGML-Standard als Planungsinstrument für BIM-Infrastrukturprojekte am Beispiel der U4-Netzerweiterung auf die Horner Geest in Hamburg. Studien thesis, 2017 more… BibTeX
  • Harleß, Birgit: Building Information Modeling und Geodätische Bezugssysteme. Bachelor thesis, 2017 more… BibTeX
  • Huang, Jingsui: Assessing the Potential of Rooftop Photovoltaics in Greater Cairo, Egypt Using Two GIS-based Approaches (ArcGIS Model and CityGML): A Case Study of Al Rehab. Master thesis, 2017 more… BibTeX
  • Kammel, Frederik: Visualizing raster data at different time intervals using OGC Web Map Service. Bachelor thesis, 2017 more… BibTeX
  • Kluger, Niklas: Erweiterung eines Open Source 3D-Webclients zur interaktiven Darstellung von zeitabhängigen Gebäudetexturen. Bachelor thesis, 2017 more… BibTeX
  • Nguyen, Son H.: Spatio-semantic Comparison of 3D City Models in CityGML using a Graph Database. Master thesis, 2017 more… BibTeX
  • Ostermann, Adrian; Schmidt, Marcel: Entwicklung einer kostengünstigen und kompakten Sensor-Messstation zur Prozessdatenerfassung und Einbindung der Daten in einen Sensor Observation Service. Semester thesis, 2017 more… BibTeX
  • Ruhdorfer, Roland: Kopplung von Verkehrssimulation und semantischen 3D-Stadtmodellen in CityGML. Master thesis, 2017 more… BibTeX
  • Schönhut, Sabine: Simulation von Auswirkungen alpiner Naturgefahren auf Versorgungsinfrastrukturen am Beispiel Hornbergl, Österreich. Studien thesis, 2017 more… BibTeX
  • Eberle, Benjamin Tim: Validierung von geschätzten Sonneneinstrahlungswerten anhand von Messdaten des Deutschen Wetterdienstes für die Standorte Potsdam und Weihenstephan. Bachelor thesis, 2016 more… BibTeX
  • Esch, Roman: Prozedurale Generierung von 3D-Straßennetzwerken unter Berücksichtigung von Brücken und Tunneln am Beispiel Vorarlberg. Master thesis, 2016 more… BibTeX
  • Fu, Jacky Dezhi: Entwicklung eines Telemetriesystems zur Erfassung von Prozessdaten im Feld. Master thesis, 2016 more… BibTeX
  • Hagspiel, Nicole: Entwicklung eines Geodesign-Werkzeugs zur Planungsunterstützung im ländlichen Wegebau. Master thesis, 2016 more… BibTeX
  • Hotschek, Alexander: Nutzung von Smartphone-Sensoren zur Navigation in der Kartenansicht eines 3D-Webclients. Bachelor thesis, 2016 more… BibTeX
  • Härpfer, Daniel: Dokumentation der veränderten Landnutzung in der Usangu-Ebene im Südwesten Tansanias. Bachelor thesis, 2016 more… BibTeX
  • Kreuzpaintner, David: Texturgenerierung aus Punktrastern für 3D-Gebäudemodelle. Bachelor thesis, 2016 more… BibTeX
  • Nguyen, Son H.: Model-driven General Indicator Modelling exemplified by the Building Thermal Energy Assessment Standard DIN 18599-2. IDP-Arbeit, 2016 more… BibTeX
  • Offer Julia: Automatisierte Generierung eines Stadtmodells für Straßenbahnsimulatoren. Master thesis, 2016 more… BibTeX
  • Stenger, Frank: Semantische Überprüfung von CityGML-Datem auf Konformität zum Anwendungsbereich. Master thesis, 2016 more… BibTeX
  • Astner, Christina: GIS-gestützte Ermittlung des Kompensationsbedarfs für Maßnahmen nach § 41 FlurbG. Bachelor thesis, 2015 more… BibTeX
  • Burger, Barbara: Erzeugung eines semantischen 3D-Stadtmodells der Stadt New York auf der Basis von Open Data - DGM, Straßen und Zonierung. Master thesis, 2015 more… BibTeX
  • Cantzler, Berit: Erzeugung eines semantischen 3D-Stadtmodells der Stadt New York auf der Basis von Open Data - DGM, Gebäude, Flurstücke, Gewässer, Parks und Bäume. Master thesis, 2015 more… BibTeX
  • Eberle, Benjamin Tim: Validierung von geschätzten Sonneneinstrahlungswerten anhand von Messdaten des Deutschen Wetterdienstes für die Standorte Potsdam und Weihenstephan. Bachelor thesis, 2015 more… BibTeX
  • Fischl, Gerhard: Werkzeuge zur Dekomposition komplexer Parzellengeometrien und zur Abschätzung von Fahrwegen. Master thesis, 2015 more… BibTeX
  • Huber, Susanne: Entwicklung einer zentralen Adressdatenverwaltung für kommunale Planungsaufgaben. Semester thesis, 2015 more… BibTeX
  • Huber, Susanne: Entwicklung einer zentralen Adressdatenverwaltung für kommunale Planungsaufgaben. Studien thesis, 2015 more… BibTeX
  • Hummelsheim: Energetische Bewertung von Gebäuden auf der Basis semantischer 3D-Stadtmodelle in London. Bachelor thesis, 2015 more… BibTeX
  • Kroiß, Sebastian Georg: Datenmodelltranformationswerkzeuge für Geodaten - ein Vergleich anhand ausgewählter Anwendungsfälle. Master thesis, 2015 more… BibTeX
  • Mayr, Andreas: 3D-Visualisierung von Simulationsergebnissen eines nach QGEP transformierten Kanalnetzes im Zuge einer Generalentwässerungsplanung. Master thesis, 2015 more… BibTeX
  • Mock, Theresa: Modellierung einer Verschattungsanalyse von Hecken im Natur- und Landschaftsschutz. Semester thesis, 2015 more… BibTeX
  • Mouratidis, George: Development of a framework for the interoperability of CityGML data and the ArcGIS Online platform. Studien thesis, 2015 more… BibTeX
  • Mouratidis, George: Context dependent multimodal routing in indoor/outdoor environments based on IndoorGML and OpenStreetMap. Master thesis, 2015 more… BibTeX
  • Popp, Laura: Semantische Transformation von 3D-Gebäudedaten nach INSPIRE. Bachelor thesis, 2015 more… BibTeX
  • Willenborg, Bruno: Simulation of Explosions in Urban Space and Result Analysis Based on CityGML City Models and a Cloud Based 3D Web Client. Master thesis, 2015 more… BibTeX
  • Zahn, Wolfgang: Sonneneinstrahlungsanalyse auf und Informationsanreicherung von großen 3D-Stadtmodellen im CityGML-Schema. Master thesis, 2015 more… BibTeX
  • Zirak, Maryam: A Model-driven Approach for Linking Building Thermal Energy Assessment Standards and the CityGML Energy Application Domain Extension (ADE) using UML. Master thesis, 2015 more… BibTeX
  • Aron, Helen Adiam: Analyse und Vergleich von Methoden zur Berechnung der Energiebedarfe von Wohngebäuden. Bachelor thesis, 2014 more… BibTeX
  • Fischl, Gerhard: Implementierung eines OGC konformen Web Processing Service (WPS) als Geodesign-Tool zur Abschätzung des Einzugsgebiets von Biogasanlagen. Semester thesis, 2014 more… BibTeX
  • Fritz, Anna: Analyse des Feinstaubreduktionspotentials von Dachbegrünung auf der Grundlage eines semantischen 3D-Stadtmodells. Semester thesis, 2014 more… BibTeX
  • Liebel, Lukas: Erzeugung und Visualisierung geographischer Kontextdokumente. Bachelor thesis, 2014 more… BibTeX
  • Moshrefzadeh, Mandana: A Tool for Rapid Collection of Building Facades in the CAFM Context. Master thesis, 2014 more… BibTeX
  • Ortiz-Yepes, Daniel: Resource Description for and Querying of Geodata Models. IDP-Arbeit, 2014 more… BibTeX
  • Pöpperl, Franziska: Farm Encroachment information System am Beispiel von Acacia mellifera und Acacia tortilis. Master thesis, 2014 more… BibTeX
  • Pültz, Martin: Integration von 3D-Geoinformation in die Veränderungsanalyse aus hochaufgelösten SAR-Daten. Bachelor thesis, 2014 more… BibTeX
  • Banfi, Daniel: Energiebedarfsanalyse urbaner Räume anhand des semantischen Modells und Austauschformats CityGML. Master thesis, 2013 more… BibTeX
  • Biernath, Felix: Berechnung der Wärmeenergiebedarfe von Gebäuden und deren Validierung anhand tatsächlicher Verbrauchsdaten. Bachelor thesis, 2013 more… BibTeX
  • Höfer, Maximilian: Automatisierter Prozess für die Lärmdatenverarbeitung mit Hilfe von novaFACTORY und FME. Master thesis, 2013 more… BibTeX
  • Kronen, Maximilian: Untersuchungen und Demonstratoren zur prototypischen Einführung von ArcGIS Online in der Forstverwaltung Baden-Württemberg. Master thesis, 2013 more… BibTeX
  • Möller, Verena Christina: Entwicklung einer Smartphone-App zur Einsatzkräftealamierung. Bachelor thesis, 2013 more… BibTeX
  • Radies, Christiane: Prozedurale Generierung von Gebäudemodellen aus Geobasisdaten und Daten der Bauleitplanung mit der Software CityEngine. Master thesis, 2013 more… BibTeX
  • Schließer, Andreas: Entwicklung eines Web-basierten Clients für ein Geodesign-System. Bachelor thesis, 2013 more… BibTeX
  • Wiegand, Anja: Verortung von Verkehrsinformationen des Bayerischen Straßenverkehrsnetzes am Beispiel ESRI Roads & Highways. Master thesis, 2013 more… BibTeX
  • Burger, Barbara: Ein Geoprocessingworkflow zur Unterstützung der Trassenbewertung. Bachelor thesis, 2012 more… BibTeX
  • Böllmann, Heinrich: Modeling of Soil Loss an Hydrologic Connectivity in ArcGIS. Master thesis, 2012 more… BibTeX
  • Heidler, Lisa: Automatisiertes Preprocessing zur Simulation von Hochwasserereignissen am Beispiel der Dornbirnerach. Bachelor thesis, 2012 more… BibTeX
  • Luginger, Lisa: Erstellung einer GIS-Übung zum Thema Datenmodellierung und -Analyse (Python) mit ArcGIS und QuantumGIS am Beispiel des Elefanten-GIS. Bachelor thesis, 2012 more… BibTeX
  • Moraru, Daniel: Prototypische Entwicklung einer mobilen Anwendung im Kontext von INSPIRE,GMES und InVeKoS. Master thesis, 2012 more… BibTeX
  • Ochsenbauer, Magdalena: Quantifizierung der räumlichen Wachstumsvariabilität von Winterweizen in einem silvoarablen Agroforstsystem auf Grundlage von Spektralanalysen. Master thesis, 2012 more… BibTeX
  • Rathjens, Vera: Qualitätssteigerung von Hochwassersimulation durch Einbettung differenzierter Rauheitsbeiwerte. Bachelor thesis, 2012 more… BibTeX
  • Schödel, Stephanie: Qualitätsuntersuchung bei Simulationen von Starkregenereignissen durch Implementierung differenzierter Rauheitsbeiwerte am Beispiel der Dornbirnerach. Master thesis, 2012 more… BibTeX
  • Sommer, Carolin: Entwicklung eines GIS-basierten Planungstools für die Innenentwicklung der Gemeinde Markt Röhrnbach. Bachelor thesis, 2012 more… BibTeX
  • Apel, Marcus: Integration und Nutzung von WebGeodaten-Diensten (WFS) als Eingabequelle für FME bzw. FUSION Data Service. Bachelor thesis, 2011 more… BibTeX
  • Bierhance, Dennis: Aspects of qualitiy in flood risk management. Bachelor thesis, 2011 more… BibTeX
  • Keler, Andreas: ETL und Spatial ETL. Bachelor thesis, 2011 more… BibTeX
  • Spilker, Karsten: "UMLT" - Anforderungen an eine Mapping Sprache im Kontext von INSPIRE. Diplom thesis, 2011 more… BibTeX
  • Vessaz, Claude: Konzeption und prototypische Entwicklung eines Web Service für Innenraumnavigation. Diplom thesis, 2011 more… BibTeX
  • Yao, Zihang: Web-GIS Anwendung für das Risikomanagement von Hochwasserkatastrophen in Kolumbien. Master thesis, 2011 more… BibTeX
  • Kronen, Maximilian: Klassifizierung von Totholzflächen in Satellitenbildern. Bachelor thesis, 2010 more… BibTeX
  • Lill, Michael: Single Sign-on im Rahmen eines webbasierten Geodatenportals. Diplom thesis, 2010 more… BibTeX
  • Luderschmid, Fabian: Datenharmonisierung für den grenzüberschreitenden Katastrophenschutz bei Hochwasser im Bodenseeraum. Diplom thesis, 2010 more… BibTeX
  • Rappl, Matthias: Eine moderne GIS-Infrastruktur für Forschung und Lehre an der TUM. Bachelor thesis, 2010 more… BibTeX
  • Bleifuß, Rosina: 3D-Innenraummodellierung: Entwicklung und Test einer CityGML-Erweiterung für das Facility Management. Diplom thesis, 2009 more… BibTeX
  • Brauer, Oliver: E- Partizipation: Web-GIS-basierte Beteiligung in der Dorferneuerung. Diplom thesis, 2009 more… BibTeX
  • Eder, Tobias: Integration eines bauphysikalischen Modells in GIS zur Ermittlung energetischer Kennwerte von Wohngebäuden. Diplom thesis, 2009 more… BibTeX
  • Jud, Michaela: Hydrologisches Modell Dornbirnerach: Grundlagen und Konzeption einer prototypischen Realisierung mit GIS. Bachelor thesis, 2009 more… BibTeX
  • Kowarsch, Florian: GIS-Einsatz in Prozessen der Baulogistik. Diplom thesis, 2009 more… BibTeX
  • Moraru, Daniel: Potentiale des OGC Sensor Web Enablement am Beispiel des Wupperverbandes. Bachelor thesis, 2009 more… BibTeX
  • Ott, Tobias: GIS-gestützte Stadtbildverträglichkeitsuntersuchung auf Basis des 3D-Stadtmodells München. Bachelor thesis, 2009 more… BibTeX
  • Schwarz, Steffen: Datenbankschema zur Speicherung von Fassadentexturen für 3D-Stadtmodelle in Oracle Spatial. Diplom thesis, 2009 more… BibTeX
  • Schäffler, Ullrich: Serviceorientierte Kopplungen eines hydrodynamischen Modells mit GIS. Diplom thesis, 2009 more… BibTeX
  • Friedel, Thomas: Einsatz von Geoinformationssystemen für kritische Infrastruktur am Szenario einer überschwemmten Kläranlage in Vorarlberg. Bachelor thesis, 2008 more… BibTeX
  • Glavina, Jelena: Kommunales GIS in Serbien. Diplom thesis, 2008 more… BibTeX
  • Kutzner, Tatjana: Konzept zur dynamischen Generierung von Metainformation für service-orientierte Geoprocessing Workflows. Diplom thesis, 2008 more… BibTeX
  • Lupa, Pamela: Anforderungen an Sicherheitskonzepte für Geo Web Services im bereich des eGovernment. Diplom thesis, 2008 more… BibTeX
  • Mulinde, Joyce: Implication of the European Flood Directive. Diplom thesis, 2008 more… BibTeX
  • Peer, Patrick Martin: Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Software FME für die Datenharmonisierung im Kontext von INSPIRE. Bachelor thesis, 2008 more… BibTeX
  • Peters, Stefan: Ein Vergleich räumlicher Interpolationsverfahren für Ertragswerte im Weinanbau. Diplom thesis, 2008 more… BibTeX
  • Tilch, Sebastian: Vergleich der Transformationssprache UMLT mit den Möglichkeiten der Software FME zur Semantischen Transformation Topographischer Informationssysteme im Kontext von INSPIRE. Bachelor thesis, 2008 more… BibTeX
  • Wanasky, Stefan: Semantische Modellierung von 3D-Stadtmodellen am Beispiel der Landeshauptstadt München. Bachelor thesis, 2008 more… BibTeX
  • Gebhardt, Eva: Unterstützung des technischen Außendienstes eines Versorgungsunternehmens durch ein mobiles Geoinformationssystem. Diplom thesis, 2007 more… BibTeX
  • Gruber, Johannes: Erweiterung der Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) zur Modellierung und Steuerung von Geschäftsprozessen mit Raumbezug in verteilten Systemen. Diplom thesis, 2007 more… BibTeX
  • Gräff, Michael: Möglichkeiten und Grenzen von Google Earth im Katastrophenmanagement bei Hochwasser. Diplom thesis, 2007 more… BibTeX
  • Knepper, Kathrin: Der Geoinformationsmarkt in Bayern - Strukturen, Vernetzungen und Perspektiven. Diplom thesis, 2007 more… BibTeX
  • Kraut, Volker: Implementierung und Analyse eines Geo Web Service mit Zugriff auf Verkehrsinformationen eines Realtime Traffic Modells für den Raum München. Diplom thesis, 2007 more… BibTeX
  • Orlinska, Anna: Nachhaltiges Howasserschutzkonzept mit GIS-Anwendung in der Kommunalplanung am Beispiel der Gemeinden Alling und Eichenau. Master thesis, 2007 more… BibTeX
  • Ziegler, Markus: Wirtschaftlichkeit des kommunalen GIS im Landkreis Weilheim-Schongau. Diplom thesis, 2007 more… BibTeX
  • Effenberger, Käte: Ausarbeitung eines Praktikums "Geodatenbanken" auf Basis ORACLE Spatial. Diplom thesis, 2006 more… BibTeX
  • Frießinger, Verena: Erstellung eines GIS-bezogenen generischen Datenmodells für Adressdaten im deutschsprachigen Raum. Diplom thesis, 2006 more… BibTeX
  • Meier, Ulrich: Webbasiertes Hochwasser-Informationssystem für den Katastrophenschutz. Diplom thesis, 2006 more… BibTeX
  • Ruhstorfer, Philipp: Interkommunale Kooperation am Beispiel des Radwege-GIS der Städte Ingolstadt und Neuburg an der Donau - Eine Wirtschaftlichkeitsbetrachtung. Diplom thesis, 2006 more… BibTeX
  • Schmidt, Matthias: Erstellung einer Anforderungsanalyse und eines Pflichtenhefts für ein mobilde Schnelleinsatzgruppen-Informationssystem (SEGIS) für die Kreiswasserwacht Rosenheim. Diplom thesis, 2006 more… BibTeX
  • Weiss, Christiane: Untersuchungen vorhergesagter Mobilfunkfeldstärken unter Berücksichtigung der gemessenen Feldstärken und beeinflussenden geographischen Daten. Diplom thesis, 2006 more… BibTeX
  • Öfele, Daniel: Moderne Internet-Plattformen für die Bürgerbeteiligung bei kommunalen Planungsverfahren. Diplom thesis, 2006 more… BibTeX
  • Göttler, Simon: Geographische Informationssysteme als Instrument in der Standortplanung. Diplom thesis, 2005 more… BibTeX
  • Huber, Anette: Aufbau eines grenzübergreifenden GIS in der Bodenseeregion. Diplom thesis, 2005 more… BibTeX
  • Kriwan, Christian: Standortwahlverhalten und - motive eines multinationalen Konzerns - Ein Beitrag zur interregionalen Bürostandortforschung am Beispiel der Siemens AG. Diplom thesis, 2005 more… BibTeX
  • Meyer, Frank: Beispielhafte Untersuchungen zur Kompatibilität des Spatial Metadata Management Systems der Forma Intergraph. Diplom thesis, 2005 more… BibTeX
  • Pahlke, Christine: Entwicklung eines Deichinformationssystems (DIS) für den vorbeugenden Hochwasserschutz. Diplom thesis, 2005 more… BibTeX
  • Pritschet, Sonja: Konzeption und Entwicklung eines GIS-Praktikums auf Basis von OGC Web Feature Services. Diplom thesis, 2005 more… BibTeX
  • Rifai, Muna: Konzeption und Aufbau eines Geoinformationssystems für den Regierungsbezirk Schwaben. Diplom thesis, 2005 more… BibTeX
  • Straub, Florian: Modellbasierter Ansatz für den Web-Zugriff auf verteilte, objektstrukturierte Geodaten. Diplom thesis, 2005 more… BibTeX
  • Bachmann, Benny: Tablet-PC: Chance für die Geodäsie und Geoinformationssysteme. Diplom thesis, 2004 more… BibTeX
  • Eichinger, Thomas: OGC Web Services im kommunalen Einsatz. Diplom thesis, 2004 more… BibTeX
  • Fichtinger, Astrid: Methodische Untersuchungen über die Verwendbarkeit von historischen und aktuellen großmaßstäbigen Karten für GIS-gestützte raum-zeitliche Analysen in der Kulturlandschaftsforschung. Diplom thesis, 2004 more… BibTeX
  • Jaenicke, Kathrin: Nutzen und Wertschöpfung durch Geodateninfrastrukturen. Diplom thesis, 2004 more… BibTeX
  • Siegert, Florian: GIS-Einsatz in der Bodenordnung und Landentwicklung zur Lösung von Landnutzungskonflikten durch Hochwasser. Diplom thesis, 2004 more… BibTeX
  • Zurhorst, Alexander: Geo Web Services für das eGovernment: Internetbasierte Bürgerberatung am Beispiel der Gemeinde Schleching. Diplom thesis, 2004 more… BibTeX
  • Hochhäusler, Tobias: Implementierung eines Geoinformationssystems in Visual Basic und Java auf Basis einer objektrelationalen Oracle-Datenbank. Diplom thesis, 2003 more… BibTeX
  • Martínez, Vicente : Development of an automated workflow for data acquisition with GPS and EDM for a municipal GIS. Diplom thesis, 2003 more… BibTeX
  • Nitschmann, Volker: Entwicklung eines OGC Gazetteer Service für Gemeinde- und Gemeindeteilnamen. Diplom thesis, 2003 more… BibTeX
  • Straub, Florian: Konzeption und Entwicklung eines Web Service für die internetbasierte Flächenverschneidung von Geodaten. Diplom thesis, 2003 more… BibTeX
  • Strobel, Stefan: Entwicklung eines Internet-GIS zur Unterstützung planerischer Verfahren in kleineren Gemeinden am Beispiel "Flächenauswahl für ein Ökokonto". Diplom thesis, 2003 more… BibTeX
  • Biber, Sylvia: Ingenieur- und Planungsbüros als GIS-Dienstleister. Diplom thesis, 2002 more… BibTeX
  • Brandstetter, Christian: Ortsbezogene Dienste in Verbindung mit einem internetfähigen Geoinformationssystem in einer Gemeinde. Diplom thesis, 2002 more… BibTeX
  • Dübbert, Kai: geoDate.de: Entwicklung eines Community-Portals für Geodäsie und Geoinformation. Diplom thesis, 2002 more… BibTeX
  • Kesig, Magda: Erstellung eines Katasters des N- und C- Spurengasaustausches (NO, N2O, CH4) für forstwirtschaftlich genutzte Flächen des Freistaates Sachsen unter Verwendung des prozessorientierten Modells PnET-N-DNDC. Diplom thesis, 2002 more… BibTeX
  • Kunkel, Thorsten: Entwicklung eines OGC Web Feature Servers für den Zugriff auf lokale Geodaten einer Gemeinde mittels Internettechnologie. Diplom thesis, 2002 more… BibTeX
  • Theilis, Michael: Bedarfsananalyse für ein GeoPortal in der Region Allgäu. Diplom thesis, 2002 more… BibTeX
  • Feist, Tina: Entwicklung einer Web-GIS-Anwendung Ökokonto. Diplom thesis, 2001 more… BibTeX
  • Geier, Brigitte: Aufbau von 3D-Gebäudemodellen aus amtlichen Geobasisdaten in Verbindung mit photogrammetrischen Daten. Bachelor thesis, 2001 more… BibTeX
  • Hammi, Karim: Automatisierte Fortführung von Nahverkehrsplänen durch den Einsatz GIS-basierter Planungssoftware. Diplom thesis, 2001 more… BibTeX
  • Korth, Dorith: Verwendung von Detailstufen in der 3D-Gebäudedarstellung. Bachelor thesis, 2001 more… BibTeX
  • Nefzger, Armin: Bestandsaufnahme von Teeplantagen in Sri Lanka - Entwicklung einer den Landesverhältnissen angepassten Kartier- und Erfassungsmethodik unter Einsatz von Fernerkundung, GIS und GPS. Diplom thesis, 2001 more… BibTeX
  • Plabst, Stephan: Entwicklung eines objektrelationalen Datenmodells für ein kulturhistorisches Geoinformationssystem. Diplom thesis, 2001 more… BibTeX
  • Altstidl, Robert: Interoperabilität am Beispiel OpenGIS und GeoMedia für ein kommunales GIS. Diplom thesis, 2000 more… BibTeX
  • Bayerle, Wolfgang: Evaluierung von vorhandenen und notwendigen Metadaten für die internetbasierte Vermarktung von Geodaten. Diplom thesis, 2000 more… BibTeX
  • Donaubauer, Andreas; Heibl, Barbara: Mobiles GIS zur Wertermittlung in der Flurbereinigung. Diplom thesis, 2000 more… BibTeX
  • Fischbach, Andreas: Entwicklung von Methoden zur Fortführung von Fach-Geoinformationssystemen auf Basis der ALK-Bayern. Diplom thesis, 2000 more… BibTeX
  • Heinzl, Maximilian: Ökokonto - Modellierung und prototypische Umsetzung einer Datenbanklösung. Diplom thesis, 2000 more… BibTeX
  • Karl, Nicolai: Geometrische Auswirkungen der Fortführung von Geobasisdaten in großmaßstäbigen GIS. Bachelor thesis, 2000 more… BibTeX
  • Mohl, Markus: Semiautomatische Gebäudeextraktion zum Aufbau eines Stadtmodells, Testgebiet Eichenau. Diplom thesis, 2000 more… BibTeX
  • Müller, Thomas: Bodenmanagement als Aufgabe für die Verwaltungen der Ländlichen Entwicklung und kommunale Körperschaften unter Verwendung moderner GIS-Technologien. Diplom thesis, 2000 more… BibTeX
  • Neumeier, Stefan: Konzeption eines Geographischen Informationssystems für das Katastrophenmanagement und den Wiederaufbau am Beispiel des Kosovo. Diplom thesis, 2000 more… BibTeX
  • Pompe, Jörg: Qualitätsanalyse für flächenbezogene Auswertungen in Geoinformationssystemen. Diplom thesis, 2000 more… BibTeX
  • Reccius, Annette: Konzeptionelles Datenmodell eines toouristischen Geoinformationssystems für die Landkreise Regen und Freyung/Grafenau. Diplom thesis, 2000 more… BibTeX
  • Schmittdorsch, Michael: Aufbau eines Praktikums für 2D- und 3D-Analysen in Geoinformationssystemen am Beispiel des Referenz-GIS "Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald". Diplom thesis, 2000 more… BibTeX
  • Schneider, Sonja: Aufbau eines webbasierten Multimedia-GIS mit Autodesk MapGuide am Beispiel des Referenz-GIS "Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald". Diplom thesis, 2000 more… BibTeX
  • Socher, Florian: Einsatz von ArcIMS zur integrierten Visualisierung von Geodaten unterschiedlicher Anbieter im Internet. Bachelor thesis, 2000 more… BibTeX
  • von Géczy, Mathias: Entwicklung eines ATKIS-Praktikums für das Vertiefungsstudium Geoinformationssysteme. Diplom thesis, 2000 more… BibTeX
  • Eidgruber, Klaus: Integration der Digitalen Flurkarte un des Automatisierten Grundbuch- und Liegenschaftsbuchverfahrens in das Referenz-Geoinformationssystem "Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald" für parzellenscharfe Auswertungen. Diplom thesis, 1999 more… BibTeX
  • Lott, Martin: Modellierung von Sachdaten nach dem strukturierten Entity-Relationsship-Modell für das Referenz-GIS "Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald". Bachelor thesis, 1999 more… BibTeX
  • Moosmeier, Jörg: GIS im Internet - Am Beispiel des Infrastrukturatlas München. Diplom thesis, 1999 more… BibTeX
  • Reiniger, Horst: Migration des Kommunalen GIS Eichenau nach SICAD/open(NT) unter Oracle. Diplom thesis, 1999 more… BibTeX
  • Scheugenpflug, Stefan: Raum-Zeit-Analysen in Geoinformationssystemen. Diplom thesis, 1999 more… BibTeX
  • Hartl, Tobias: Integration der geographischen Anfragesprache GQL in das Geographische Informationssystem SICAD-Forst. Diplom thesis, 1998 more… BibTeX
  • Heitzer, Hubert: Realisierung eines Prototypen zur Klassifikation und Transformation in Geoinformationssystemen. Diplom thesis, 1998 more… BibTeX
  • Klotz, Eva; Hölzlhammer, Michael: Vergleichende Analyse der Geoinformationssysteme GeoMedia, Smallworld GIS und SICAD/open. Diplom thesis, 1998 more… BibTeX
  • Ma, Xiaojing: Evaluierung der Fähigkeiten der geographischen Abfragesprache (GQL) am Beispiel der Digitalen Stadtgrundkarte München. Diplom thesis, 1998 more… BibTeX
  • Plan, Oliver: Datenintegration und Internetanwendung für das Referenz-GIS "Nationalpark Bayrischer Wald" auf Basis der ESRI Spatial Database Engine und des ArcView Internet Map Server. Diplom thesis, 1998 more… BibTeX
  • Preunkert, Heike: Mosaikieren und Erstellen einer Luftbildkarte. Diplom thesis, 1998 more… BibTeX
  • Schäffle, Andreas: Modellierung eines 3D-Stadtmodells auf Basis vorhandener 2D-Geoinformationssysteme. Diplom thesis, 1998 more… BibTeX
  • Wachter, Matthias: Aufbau eines Geoinformationssystems auf der Basis AutoCAD Map für den Einsatz in der Lehre. Diplom thesis, 1998 more… BibTeX
  • Werner, Claudia: Hybride Fortführung von Geobasisdaten am Beispiel eines Energieversorgungsunternehmens. Diplom thesis, 1998 more… BibTeX
  • Guggenmos, Karin: Modellierung eines kommunalen Geoinformationssystems auf der Basis einer relationalen Datenbank. Diplom thesis, 1997 more… BibTeX
  • Kerler, Joseph: Generalisierungseffekte bei Flächenbilanzen am Beispiel der Waldfunktionskarte. Diplom thesis, 1997 more… BibTeX
  • Pflanz, Markus: Geoinformationssysteme als Basis für Virtual Reality in der Stadtentwicklung. Diplom thesis, 1997 more… BibTeX
  • Schmidt in der Beek, Karla: Entwicklung einer Benutzeroberfläche für ein Praktikum zum Forst-GIS der Bayerischen Staatsforstverwaltung auf SICAD/open. Diplom thesis, 1997 more… BibTeX
  • Seebacher, Martin: Konzeption und Realisierung eines automatischen Datenflusses zwischen Tachymetern und einem mobilen Geoinformationssystems zur Erfassung und Fortführung von Geodaten. Diplom thesis, 1997 more… BibTeX
  • Ebner, Matthias: Digitale Orthofotos zur interaktiven Fortführung von ATKIS-DLM 25-Daten. Diplom thesis, 1996 more… BibTeX
  • Herbst, Tanja: Konzeption und Realisierung eines ATKIS-Praktikums für das System SICAD/open. Diplom thesis, 1996 more… BibTeX
  • Lindner, Beatrix: Entwicklung einer Menüsteuerung unter SICAD/open. Diplom thesis, 1996 more… BibTeX
  • Stanglmeier, Peter: Portierung und Weiterentwicklung des Geoinformationssystems SICAD/FORST. Diplom thesis, 1996 more… BibTeX
  • Van der Horst, Marco: Desktop Mapping - the application of office software for specific GIS tasks. Diplom thesis, 1996 more… BibTeX
  • Vock, Christian: Einsatzmöglichkeiten mobiler Geoinformationssysteme für die Aufgaben des Stadtvermessungsamtes Augsburg. Diplom thesis, 1996 more… BibTeX
  • Wagner, Peter: Einsatzmöglichkeiten von Luftbildern für ein kommunales Geoinformationssystem. Diplom thesis, 1996 more… BibTeX
  • Bauer, Wolfgang: Konzeption und Genauigkeitsuntersuchungen von Koordinatentransformationen für das forstliche Geo-Informationssystem der Bayerischen Staatsforstverwaltung. Diplom thesis, 1995 more… BibTeX
  • Steinbach, Max: Marktentwicklung, Arbeitsplatzstrukturen und Anforderungsprofile im GIS-Markt. Diplom thesis, 1995 more… BibTeX
  • Seits, Andreas: Erstellung einer Benutzeroberfläche für das SICAD-System am Beispiel HVÜII in Eichenau. Diplom thesis, 1992 more… BibTeX
  • Spiller, Roland; Voltmer, Thomas: Integration von Basisinformationen in ein "Planungsinformationssystem Flurbereinigung" auf der Grundlage von Rasterdaten. Diplom thesis, 1990 more… BibTeX

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Research Phase and Master's Thesis in the Physics programs

During the last year of the Master's program you will have the unique opportunity to work on exciting research topics within the specific field of the program. During this so-called research phase, you can choose from an extensive number of research groups and current projects.

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The build-up of the research phase

To the scope of the one year research phase (59 ECTS) belong firstly, the development of the necessary special knowledge within a cutting-edge research line and secondly, the acquisition of the corresponding experimental or theoretical skills, that are necessary for the realization of the research project within the frame of the Master's thesis. Each of these steps conforms a module, the Master's seminar and the Master's training. Both modules belong intrinsically together and account in total for 24 ECTS. Subsequently, the independent research project can be carried out as part of the Master's thesis, which corresponding module comprises 30 ECTS. The research phase is completed with the Master's colloquium, the defense of the Master's thesis, for which 5 ECTS are given.

During the research phase, the fulfilment of an independent scientific work is tighly connected with the acquisition of additional skills, such as project management, team work as well as the depiction and presentation of scientific results.

Finding a topic

Students have to take contact by their own with the working groups and potential supervisors, in oder to agree on a topic for the research phase/master thesis. Additionally to this, supervisors have the option to announce topics in the section below (supervisors see "Access for supervisors" on the right). However this possibility is not used by all institutes and not all topics are listed. Therefore it is recommended to ask the professors or in the institutes for topics.

Furthermore, it is recommended to start early (at least one semester in advance) to search for an appropriate topic. Having face-to-face interaction with the group, you can see if you like the topic and if you feel comfortable in the group (you will be working one year there!). We discourage you from simple e-mail exchange, as it is usually not successful.

Filtering in the offers for possible theses

You can search through the offers of Master’s thesis topics at the Physics Department.

Offers of Master’s thesis topics

Registering the research phase.

The registration to all modules belonging to the research phase is done at once in the Dean's Office (Dekanat), normally at the beginning of the third Master's semester. When doing this, the certificate of mentor counseling has to be included. After agreeing on a topic with the future supervisor, students can print out the registration form in the student access .

After six months the Master's thesis should begin. Passing the Master's seminar and the Master's training will be recorded in TUMonline and you are officially alowed to start the thesis.

Handing in the thesis and getting the grade

Before handing in the Master's thesis, you need to update the final titel of the thesis in the database ( student access ) and upload an electronic copy (PDF-file). Afterwards, you have to hand in two printed versions in the Dean's Office (Dekanat). Alternatively you may hand in the rpinted copies via postal mail – use the submission letter you may generate on the status page after uploading the thesis PDF for this. The submission letter (as well as the submission form at the Dean’s Office) especially contains the required statement according to §18 paragraph 9 APSO.

You have to hand in the thesis at the latest on the deadline, please keep this on mind. The thesis is not handed in until the two paper copies and the signed submission form (or the signed submission letter for postal submission) physically arrived at the Dean’s Office! If the two copies and the submission letter are given into the mail without any delay we can interpret the date of uploading the PDF file as submission date retroactively.

Extension of the deadline is only possible for good reasons. See FAQ on Thesis extension .

The Master's thesis will be evaluated by the supervisor and a second examiner. The second examiner is appointed by the examination board on suggestion of the supervisor (after official registration of Master’s thesis).

The supervisor and the second examiner will also grade the Master's colloquium, which completes the research phase.

Re-enrollment during the research phase

For any examination you must be enrolled as a student of TUM. Hence you need to re-enroll for one semester more e.g. if you hand in your Master’s thesis or your Master’s colloquium takes place after the current semester ends. According to APSO, coursework and examinations until the first week of the lectures of the next semester are counted for the current semester – but for the Master's Thesis the rule is: you must be enrolled at the date you hand in your thesis (meaning handing in after 1st of April or 1st of October is impossible if your are not re-enrolled in summer or winter semester respectively)

With a due date for your thesis e.g. in October, you should not forget to re-enroll for the winter semester and the corresponding deadline would be August 15.

Organization of the colloquium

The Master’s colloquium is organised and conducted by the supervisor together with the second examiner. The Master’s colloquium takes approximately 60 minutes, consisting of a 30 minutes talk and 30 minutes examination. Naturally, the inclusion of the colloquium in a group seminar is possible.

Completing your Master studies

At the end of the semester in which you reach the necessary 120 ECTS in your Master's degree program you will be exmatriculated (according to §13(1) enrolment rules of TUM). In most cases the Master's colloquium will be the last exam to reach this point.

Taking further exams and final documents

You are principally allowed to take further exams after reaching the 120 ECTS, i.e. to replace previous results in the catalog of special courses or non-physics courses with better results. Therefore it is generally not possible that the final documents are generated before you are exmatriculated. In case you need the final documents (or even preliminary documents) earlier, you have to request for it explicitly. See the Remarks on end of studies and final documents for further information.

Deriving the final grade

The final grade is the ECTS-weighted average of the graded exams, which are used to fulfill the 120 ECTS. These are the elective course in theoretical physics, the special courses, the non-physics courses, the Master's thesis and colloquium.

If you have taken more than 30 ECTS in the special courses or more than 8 ECTS in the non-physics elective courses, then TUMonline will try to find the combination, which results in the best final grade. Redundant courses will be listed as "additional courses" in your transcript. If you want a different combination than the one TUMonline is suggesting, please contact the coordinator of the Master's degree program before the final documents are printed.

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Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) is a rapidly developing field that brings together applied mathematics (especially numerical analysis), computer science, and scientific or engineering applications. CSE focuses on developing problem-solving methodologies and robust tools for numerical simulation. To understand phenomena and processes in science and engineering, we no longer have to rely solely on theories and experiments, but can also use computations. Numerical simulations can complement experiments and can even enable the study of systems and problems that would be too time-consuming, too expensive, or too dangerous (if possible at all) using experiments alone.

The high level of detail and realism of these simulations requires advanced skills in mathematical modeling, numerical analysis, efficient algorithms, computer architecture, software design and implementation, as well as validation and visualization of results. This program equips engineering, science, or mathematics graduates with the skills needed for a successful professional or academic career in CSE.

For more details:

  • The talk on "Computational Science Education at the Technical University of Munich" by the CSE program director Prof. Hans-Joachim Bungartz  (from 2016) provides a broader perspective on the CSE study program.
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Type of Study : Full-time

Standard Duration of Studies : 4 Semesters

Credits:  120 ECTS

Main Locations : Garching

Start of Degree Program : Winter Semester

Language of Instruction : English

Costs:  semester fee , no tuition fees

Professional Profile: Informatics

How is the program structured?

The Master’s program in Computational Science and Engineering is a multidisciplinary program where the first three semesters focus on lectures, tutorials, and seminars, and the fourth semester is reserved for the Master's thesis.

The program covers a wide range of subjects and research areas, including numerical analysis, computer science, scientific computing and various applications such as computational physics, computational fluid dynamics, visualization, and many more. To ensure a broad range of topics as well as excellent expertise in each area, the CSE program is offered in cooperation with several TUM departments across three TUM schools (CIT, NAT, and ED).

All mandatory modules of the program are taught in English, but some modules within the application areas may be offered bilingually (German lectures and English course material, or vice versa) or be conducted in German, which would allow a broader choice of application areas.

What further expertise and skills will I acquire?

With the degree in M.Sc. in Computational Science and Engineering, you will have a comprehensive portfolio of skills in computer science, numerical analysis, scientific computing, and their relevant applications, methods, and techniques.

The Computer Science curriculum includes the core subjects Advanced Programming and Parallel Programming, as well as a choice between Computer Architecture and Networks, Basic Algorithms, Scientific Visualization, and Patterns in Software Engineering.

In Numerical Analysis, the focus is on Numerical Programming and Numerical Algorithms for High Performance Computing.

In addition, you will have acquired both theoretical and practical skills in scientific computing and will be able to apply your theoretical knowledge to current research questions in your individual area of focus.

What career opportunities do I have afterwards?

Graduates of the Master's program in Computational Science and Engineering can look forward to inspiring careers in this important and dynamic field. Computational Science and Engineering is an emerging discipline that spans all the fields from which it evolved – applied mathematics, engineering and science applications, high-performance computing, and many more. Consequently, the employment opportunities and career paths available to graduates of the program are diverse, constantly exploring new areas of application, and typically characterized by a high degree of interdisciplinarity.

Thanks to their computational skills, advanced programming skills, and understanding of sophisticated models and algorithms, graduates in Computational Science and Engineering are in demand to solve large-scale problems that were once considered unsolvable.

Disclaimer: Updated application documents

The application process has been updated for the 2024/2025 winter semester. The application documents have been updated as of January 30th, 2024: Please make sure to use these updated documents for your application, as the previous versions will no longer be accepted! We apologize for any inconveniences this might cause.

Disclaimer: University semester fees

Please be aware that starting from Winter Semester 2024/25, tuition fees will be charged for students from third countries (outside the European Economic Area). Merit- and need-based scholarships/waivers for these fees will, however, be available. For more information, please refer to: www.tum.de/en/studies/fees/tuition

Application and Admission

The program is open to students with a bachelor's or master's degree in a science or engineering discipline. Graduates in Computer Science, Applied Mathematics or similar areas can also apply, if they followed a suitably interdisciplinary study program.

Please note that CSE is not a computer science program , and students who wish to pursue such a program are not encouraged to apply to CSE. If you are interested in computer science or computer engineering, the Informatics Master's program is for you. The same is true if your primary interest is Robotics or Machine Learning , as these other programs would likely be a better fit for you.

If you have a degree in a computer-related or mathematical discipline, you will need to demonstrate sufficient expertise in an engineering or science subject. This can be accomplished, for example, by completing an appropriate minor.

In addition, you will have to demonstrate the following skills

  • A solid understanding of mathematics at an advanced level (see " Solid basic knowledge of mathematics " below).
  • Knowledge of a modern programming language, e.g. C++, Java, Python, Fortran (see " Solid basic programming skills " below)
  • Very good English language skills (see here )

The aptitude test assessment the M.Sc. Computational Science and Engineering is a two-stage process in which we assess your qualifications with regard to the special qualitative requirements of this Master's program. Depending on the results of the first stage, you may be accepted directly, rejected directly, or invited to a telephone interview for the second stage of the selection process.

Application Periods

Winter semester: 1 February – 31 May 2024

Note: International applicants are advised to apply early (e.g. by 31 March 2023) to avoid delays in visa procedures and other formal processes. You can still apply by the usual deadline, but risk missing introductory events (if further steps take longer).

How do I apply?

You have to apply for the Master's degree via  TUMonline . After you have created your account in TUMonline, please enter the requested personal data and information about your education, and upload the required documents. The application is completely electronic.

Prospective students with a Bachelor's degree from outside the European Union have to request a  preliminary examination documentation from uni-assist  (VPD) in advance.

Only in case of admission you will have to submit some additional documents as  certified copies  for enrollment.

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Disclaimer: The application process has been updated for the 2024/2025 winter semester. The application documents are now updated as of January 30th, 2024: Please make sure to use these updated documents for your application, as the previous versions will no longer be accepted! We apologize for any inconveniences this might cause.

The following documents have to be submitted for the application (the required documents may vary depending on the applicant):

  • A personal statement (letter of motivation) explaining why you have chosen this particular Master’s program and TUM specifically. Please use this form .
  • Analysis of Curriculum. Please use this form .
  • Module descriptions for the courses listed in your transcript and/or analysis of curriculum. 
  • Your CV/résumé (Europass and other formats are accepted)
  • Bachelor's degree certificate, including a list of courses and grades OR an official transcript of records. Documents not issued in German or English must be translated and notarized by a sworn translator .
  • Proof of your  English language proficiency
  • GRE or Gate score for applicants with a B.Sc. degree from Bangladesh, China, India, Iran, Pakistan (original scorecard or have the score transmitted directly via ETS)
  • Preliminary documentation from uni-assist  for all applicants with a Bachelor's degree from outside the EU/EEA
  • APS certificate  for applicants with a Bachelor's from China, Vietnam or India (as part of your preliminary documentation and later on for enrollment)
  • A passport photo
  • A copy of your passport

Optional admission documents:

The following documents are not mandatory but help us to get a better impression of the applicant:

  • Up to two letters of recommendation. Please use  this form .
  • A statement certified by your university to confirm your ranking on your former program, e.g. 3 rd  best student in a class of 50 graduates
  • Certificates from professional training or additional qualifications related to the program (e.g. participation in research competitions, internships, etc.)
  • Description of the grading system of your former university (appended to your transcript)
  • Certified copy of university entrance qualification (appended to your additional qualifications)

International applicants:

Attention:  If you did not obtain your Bachelor's degree in a country within the EU/EEA, you have to upload a  preliminary documentation from uni-assist (VPD) . In order to get the VPD, you must send the required documents (some as notarized copies!) to uni-assist via post! Uni-assist still needs the documents in paper. As the issuance of the VPD can take up to 4 weeks, we highly recommend sending the necessary documents to uni-assist very early. More information on Preliminary Documentation (VPD) by uni-assist .

Also, candidates from specific countries are subject to additional requirements (as indicated above). For more information, check this page .

Please do check the  requirements for Notarization , especially for translations! Special requirements for documents apply for certain countries.

The admissions office checks whether your uploaded documents are complete and correct. If this is the case, the department can view your application and forward it to the admissions committee. The admissions committee decides whether your application will be admitted, rejected, or forwarded to the second stage of the aptitude assessment.

For your convenience, a checklist of all documents which are required to apply for CSE can be found  here . Please use it, and do not forget any mandatory documents, because this hinders the processing of your application (i.e., it will not be forwarded to the admission committee until complete).

We have also created a detailed application guide which should answer the most common questions. The guide can be downloaded  here . Please read it carefully.

NOTE: All fields in the forms provided are digitally fillable, except for the signature fields. If the fields do not display properly or behave unexpectedly (values disappear or are duplicated), please download the file again using a different browser: Firefox is known to work, while there are problems with Chromium-based browsers.

If you have any trouble, please check our FAQs .

What do I have to consider if I come from abroad? (VPD, GRE, APS)?

Preliminary documentation from uni-assist (vpd).

Applicants who have not acquired their qualification for postgraduate studies (usually Bachelor) in a country within the EU/EEA must apply for a preliminary documentation (VPD) at uni-assist, in addition to the TUM application.

Which documents have to be submitted to uni-assist?

  • Completed application form for VPD ( see Downloads )
  • a copy of your degree certificate (if available)
  • a copy of your Transcript of Records
  • a translation, if the original documents are not in German or English
  • if required:  Certificate of the German Academic Evaluation Center  (APS)

You do not have to submit an complete application for a specific program to uni-assist, you only have to apply for the general preliminary documentation (VPD).

An application for a VPD via uni-assist alone does not qualify as an application for a degree program at TUM.

GRE and GATE

Applicants with a Degree from Bangladesh, China, India, Iran or Pakistan have to submit a GRE (General) Test.  We have defined required minimum scores, lower scores will not be accepted.

The required scores are:

  • Verbal reasoning: (will not be taken into account anymore)
  • Numerical reasoning: 164 (effective 1 September 2022)
  • Analytical writing: 4.0 (effective 1 September 2022)

Institution Code: 7806, Department: 5199 ("all other departments").

For Applicants from India:

As an applicant from India, you can submit a scorecard of the Indian GATE test (in an engineering field!) as an alternative if you are not from an IIT. The minimum qualifying score for the relevant year is required. Students from an IIT can directly upload their transcript in the application portal instead of GRE or GATE.

Certificate from the German Evaluation Center (Akademischen Prüfstelle, APS)

Applicants with an undergraduate degree from China, India and Vietnam have to submit a  certificate from the German Evaluation Center  (APS).

Qualification Requirements and Assessment Process

The program is open to students who have earned a Bachelor's or Master's degree in one of the following disciplines:

  • Engineering (e.g. mechanical, civil, electrical, etc.)
  • Science (e.g. physics, biology, chemistry, etc.)
  • Informatics / computer science (be aware that CSE is  not  Computer Science, M.Sc. Informatics )
  • Applied mathematics
  • an equivalent subject

If you have a degree in a computer-related or mathematical discipline, you must demonstrate sufficient knowledge in an engineering or science subject. This can be done, for example, by taking the appropriate subject as a minor.

In addition, you will need to prove you have the following skills:

Solid basic knowledge in mathematics

Solid basic knowledge in mathematics is indispensable for participation in the CSE Master's program. You should be able to demonstrate good knowledge in the topics taught in the mathematics courses of a German Bachelor in Engineering, i.e. linear algebra and integral and vector calculus, in the best case also numerics and stochastics.

Solid basic programming skills

Besides the solid basic knowledge in mathematics, skills in a modern (object-oriented) programming language (e.g., C++, Java, Python, Fortran, Julia, Rust, etc.) are needed. These need to be demonstrated by courses taken as part of your previous degree program(s). You may also point out respective experience in your CV or via additional certificates.

Solid fundamentals and subject-specific knowledge in engineering and/or natural sciences

Depending on your specific course of study, you should also have solid skills in engineering fundamentals (technical mechanics, materials science, circuit theory, etc.) and/or natural sciences (physics, chemistry, biophysics, etc.), typically within the first 4-5 semesters of your studies, as well as advanced knowledge in the specific area of specialization corresponding to your course of study (generally, courses from the latter semesters). This could, for instance, comprise: thermodynamics, heat/mass transfer, mechanical processes, hydro-mechanics, thermal processes, reaction engineering, power engineering, control systems, communications engineering, sensor technology, theoretical physics, nuclear physics, quantum physics, statistical mechanics, biotechnology, organic chemistry, etc.

Please have a look at the bachelor programs at TUM and the corresponding number of ECTS in mathematical, programming, fundamentals and course-specific subjects:

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Biochemistry

If you graduated from a different program, please compare with the program which is closest to your program in terms of competences. As a rule of thumb, you should roughly have at least 25 ECTS in mathematics, 10 ECTS in programming, 50 ECTS in fundamentals, and 30 ECTS in your specialization. In any case, make sure to list all relevant courses in the curricular analysis document!

Timetable and Deadlines

Online application and submission of required documents For the winter semester:  February 1 – March 31, 2024: recommended application deadline for applicants who need a visa  February 1 – May 31, 2024: compulsory application deadline

No submission of missing application documents after the official application deadline will be accepted!

Time frame for interviews: April – September

Start of program (lecture period) Winter semester: October 2024

Check here for exact dates . 

During your Studies

All important information for the start of the program will be covered in the Informatics-wide orientation program .

For the successful completion of the Master's program in Computational Science and Engineering, 120 credits are required:

  • Lectures, exercises, and practical courses from required and elective modules (90 Credits)
  • Master's Thesis (30 Credits)

Detailed information can be found below. For more information, see Degree Program Contents .

Required Modules

  • Computer Science, required (Section A): 10 Credits
  • Scientific Computing (Section C): 31 Credits This includes a seminar (5 ECTS) and a practical course (10 ECTS) which can be chosen according to your interests.  

List of required modules

Elective Modules

To complete the CSE program, you must attend 49 ECTS of elective courses. The area of elective modules is split into 4 parts:

  • Computer science – electives (section A)
  • Applied mathematics (section B)
  • Application areas of CSE (section D). This section is further split into 6 different catalogs
  • Other electives (section E)

A minimum number of ECTS must be obtained from each of the first three sections: 10 for Computer Science, 16 for Applied Mathematics, and 8 from a single catalog in section D . The remaining (up to 15) ECTS can be covered by elective modules from any section or catalog.

Thus, the above can be summarized as follows:

You must earn a total of at least 49 ECTS from elective modules, subject to the following rules.

  • You must earn  at least 10 ECTS  from the  section A electives .
  • You must earn  at least 16 ECTS  from the  section B electives .
  • You must earn  at least 8 ECTS  from  one   D catalog .
  • Remaining ECTS (up to 15) can be earned from  any section or catalog .

Overview of the elective modules

Advanced Practical Course CSE

The advanced practical course (lab) is a mandatory module in which CSE students choose a practical lab course with a topic suitable for CSE. Students then usually work in groups on a larger project. Such a lab course has 10 ECTS and provides a large amount of practical and social skills.

Registration for practical courses typically follows the matching process. Read more about this under " Course registration ".

CSE Seminar Scientific Computing

The Seminar Scientific Computing is a special type of module, different from usual lectures or lab courses: It involves studying a selected topic with the individual guide of a TUM researcher. Students are then usually asked to write a scientific report and give a talk for the rest of the seminar participants. The grade is often determined by both the report and the talk.

Registration for seminar courses typically follows the matching process. Read more about this under " Course registration "

Course & Exam Registration

Registration for courses is usually done via TUMOnline. There you can look up lectures, tutor/exercise groups and exams – and register. Information about TUMOnline can be found here . Please note that registering for a lecture does  not  automatically mean registering for the corresponding tutor group, exercise group or exam. The same applies to retakes of exams: Each process is completely independent of the others. This means that you have to register separately in order to participate in the tutor group or the exam.  Especially for exam registration, a late registration is not possible!

Please note that the registration modalities for certain courses might be slightly different: Seminars and lab courses, for example, may require participation in the  matching process . In addition, a mandatory kickoff session is often offered. This usually takes place at the end of the semester prior to the semester in which the course is offered. This means that if you plan to attend a seminar in the summer 24 or winter 24/25 semester, you should find out how to register for the seminar and plan your studies  one month before the end of the class period  of the winter 23/24 or summer semester 24 respectively.  If you miss the kickoff session, it may no longer be possible to register for the course or you may already be missing important information.  In any case, please contact the course organizer directly instead of us, since we play no role in the matching process.

CSE-specific Processes

Honors program.

The Bavarian Graduate School of Computational Engineering (BGCE) is an association of three master’s programs:

  • Computational Science and Engineering  (CSE, i.e., this program; taught at TUM)
  • Computational Mechanics  (COME, taught at TUM)
  • Computational Engineering  (CE) (at University Erlangen-Nuremberg)

The BGCE Honors Track, an elite program within the Bavarian Elite Network, offers additional courses to the most capable and dedicated students in each of the partner's degree programs. The Honors Track program aims to enhance both the academic training and personal skills of the selected students. The additional effort, in addition to outstanding performance in the regular master's program, is rewarded with excellent networking opportunities and the designation "with honors," a hallmark of academic excellence.

The following documents contain the regulations for obtaining the "Master of Science" with honors degree:

  • The examination regulations from 2019 apply to students who started the Honor's Program in 2019 or later.
  • The examination regulations from 2016 apply to students who started the Honor's Program in 2017 or later.
  • The examination regulations from 2012 apply to students who started the Honor's Program in 2013 or later.
  • The examination regulations from 2005 apply to students who started the Honor's Program in 2012 or earlier.

For more details on the honors program and its curriculum, please see the  program website .

Examinations and Regulations

Detailed information can be found under  Examinations .

The following regulations apply to all students:

  • The General Examination and Study Regulations of TUM ( Allgemeine Prüfungs- und Studienordnung , APSO - latest version from Aug. 04, 2022)
  • The program-specific Academic and Examination Regulations ( Fachprüfungs- und Studienordnung , FPSO - latest version from Sept. 09, 2021)

The applicable version will depend on when you started:

  • starting WS 2024/25: preliminary version
  • after WS 2021/22: PDF
  • after WS 2017/18: PDF
  • after WS 2012/13: PDF

Please note that the German versions of each set of regulations are the official documents; only the German text is legally binding.  Where available, English translations of the regulations are provided for your convenience.

For the full list of examination regulations, please check  Statutes & Regulations on tum.de .

Recognitions

It is possible to transfer credits from your previous studies (or from an exchange program) to your CSE degree plan. Recognition is regulated by APSO §16 . There are three types of recognition:

  • Recognition of examinations taken at a higher education institution abroad, e.g. from your previous studies.
  • Recognition of examinations taken during a stay abroad during your CSE studies.
  • Consecutive recognition of examinations taken during a Bachelor's or Master's program at TUM.

The following information holds true for the first type of recognition. If you want to transfer examination results according to point two or three, please see below.

Regulations for recognition (from previous studies)

It is only possible to apply for a recognition during the first year of your CSE studies.

Documents for recognition

To obtain a recognition, you should submit the following four documents:

  • The application form for recognition . Please complete it and sign it.
  • Detailed descriptions for the content of each examination from your previous degree program (ideally, an official course syllabus).
  • A Transcript of Records verifying that you have successfully taken the exam and listing the grade you received in the exam.
  • A grading table specifying the maximum possible grade and the minimum passing grade for the course. This will be used to transfer your grade into the German grading system.

In the application form, please specify which CSE modules you would like to get recognized. You should also indicate which previous examination results you would like to be considered. It is possible to combine several previous examinations to fulfill the requirements of one CSE module. It is also possible to apply for more than just one module recognition. Please submit a form for each CSE module you wish to obtain recognition for.

The most important documents are the descriptions of the examinations from your previous studies. These should be as detailed possible to ensure that the contents of the examinations (lecture, exercise, seminar, practical course, etc.) cover all the contents of the CSE module. If your former university does not provide such a document, you will have to write the description yourself. You should sign the document to confirm that the description is accurate. The more detailed the description is, the greater the chances that it will be approved.

To prove that you actually passed the examination you want to get recognized for CSE, you must provide a transcript of records that includes the title of the exam, the scope of the course (amount of credits and/or duration) and the grade you received in the exam. The transcript must be either the original or a certified copy.

To transfer your previous grade into the German grading system, we need a grading table. This grading table must provide at least the following information: best possible grade, worst possible grade, and minimum grade to pass the examination.

Process of Recognition

Fill out the application form completely. Provide all required documents listed above and submit them to the CSE coordinators. To get an acceptance or rejection as soon as possible, please submit the application within the first four weeks of the winter term.

After checking the formal requirements for the documents, they will be forwarded to the lecturers responsible for the respecitve module. They will check whether the content and scope of your previous examinations cover the content of the TUM module.

You will be informed by the secretary of CSE about the result and the transferred grade.

Finally, you can decide whether to accept the recognition or not, e.g. to get a better grade in the TUM module. Once you have accepted the recognition, you cannot retake the TUM module exam to improve the transferred grade.

Regulations for recognition (from a stay abroad)

The recognition should be discussed individually with the  CSE coordinators  before the planned stay. Otherwise, chances are that the modules taken might not be recognized for the CSE.

Regulations for recognition (from another study at TUM)

Free/additional courses (not used in the previous study's curriculum) or mandatory CSE modules (which have already been passed) can be transferred 1:1, meaning that you transfer a module from the former study program at TUM into the same module from the CSE program. In this case, please only fill out the application form for recognition .

Please be aware that CSE has its own examination board and, as such, some regulations differ from other Informatics' Programs. Most importantly, registration, submission, and (when applicable) extensions are to be processed via the CSE Coordinators  and NOT via the Servicebüro Studium (SB-S-IN).

The master's thesis should preferably be started after all other program courses have been completed, but this is not a must. However, if the number of missing credits is too high, registration can and will be declined . As a policy, a person at TUM always defines the topic officially, but you can conduct your thesis in a variety of settings and get advice from people outside TUM:

  • Under the supervision of a TUM chair This is the most common choice for CSE students. Visit the  website where TUM thesis offers are published . Not all thesis offers are posted on this website, and not all offers on the page apply to CSE! Also visit the websites of the research groups that interest you and contact them directly: It never hurts to ask!
  • At another university or research institute Visit the university's or institute's website to search for an topic of interest.
  • At a company   Many of our students start their thesis at a company where they have worked as an intern or a  Werkstudent , for example.

In the last two cases, you will have to make sure that you still find an examiner at TUM from one of the CSE-related schools (formerly, one of the 7 related departments):

  • TUM School of Computation, Information, and Technology (CIT): comprising the former departments of Informatics (IN), Mathematics (MA), and Electrical and Computer Engineering (EI)
  • TUM School of Engineering and Design (ED): comprising the former departments of Mechanical Engineering (MW), and Civil, Geo and Environmental Engineering (BGU), and
  • TUM School of Natural Sciences (NAT): comprising the former departments of Physics (PH) and Chemistry (CH).

They will sign the registration form and grade your thesis. In such a setting, often an external person acts as an assistant advisor.

The CSE program coordinators often receive thesis offers from institutes at universities, various companies, or former CSE students. External offers for theses are usually posted at the bulletin board in front of the chair.

Each thesis must be examined by one (or two) professor(s) (with “Prof.” or “PD” in their title), at least one of whom must be a faculty member at TUM. If you wish to complete your thesis at an external company, please make sure to find suitable examiners in time. Past students have experienced that it can be difficult to find professors willing to act as examiners for the master's thesis if they did not propose the topic.

To register for your master's thesis, you will need to send your thesis proposal to the Examination Board (via email or in person to the secretary of the CSE examination board ) using this registration form . (If you have two TUM examiners , please use  this form  instead.)

The registration form must include the topic and the intended start date, and it must be signed by the examiner and the student. This form should be submitted as soon as the topic and schedule are decided, as it will help to narrow down the content of the paper and set a deadline for submission. This should generally take place at least one week before the start of the thesis. Please note that the title provided in this form is preliminary and can be changed without further consultation (provided the topic does not stray too far off the initial proposal). CSE allows registration any day of the month , but many Examiners still prefer to start either on the 01. or 15.,  due to personal preference or for consistency with other study programs.

We highly recommend that you  submit an abstract of the thesis   before   submitting the registration form,  in order to ensure that the topic is appropriate for CSE. This is especially important if the thesis will be written at an external university, a company, or a non-CSE chair at TUM. Only topics that are related to CSE will be accepted.

The master's thesis should be written in English. The Examination Board may accept another language, but in that case a summary in English must be included. The summary should not exceed one page (15–20 lines are sufficient).

Need help writing in English? The  English Writing Center  offers free one-on-one English writing consultation to all members of the TUM community. This is a great offer that can improve the quality of your final thesis. Take a look at their  website  and feel free to book an appointment!

For a general overview of all formalities regarding the master's thesis , refer to this information. In particular, note that you must be enrolled throughout the working time of the thesis , up to the moment you submit (see thesis ).

Submitting your Master's Thesis

Submission deadline.

The master's thesis must be submitted no later than six months after the start date. The start date is indicated on the registration form.

Note:  Please make sure in advance that the chosen topic can be handled within the required timeframe. This is especially important if you plan to write your thesis at another university or an external institution, as they may be used to having more time to complete a thesis project.

Submission Requirements

The use of a proper typesetting system like  LaTeX  is strongly recommended. Please refer to the thesis guidelines and  rules for form and delivery  while you are working on the thesis. Since these thesis guidelines hold for theses of the Informatics programs, make sure you adapt them for CSE. Most importantly, ensure that all relevant information appears in the title pages, and make sure to include the signed  Declaration of Own Work. 

An unofficial template that fulfills all formal requirements for CSE can be found  here  (provided by Walter Simson).

You must submit identical  copies of your thesis:

  • one official copy for the Examination Board (printed hard-copy)
  • one copy for each of your examiners ( can be digital if your examiner allows it)

The official copy for the Examination Board must be submitted to the CSE coordinators (in person or to our mailbox ). You may give the additional copies directly to the examiner(s) or submit the copies via the coordinators, who will forward them to the examiner(s) for grading. Again, please make sure to include the Declaration of Own Work is  signed .

If an in-person submission is not possible, you may also submit the thesis via postal services. In such a case, the postmark date (i.e., date on the stamp) will be the submission date . Please send your documents to the following address: CSE Coordinators Institut für Informatik 5 Boltzmannstr. 3 85748 Garching

Please note : All copies must be submitted by the submission deadline.

Thesis Grading

After you submit your thesis, the coordinators will send a request for grading to the examiners. The examiners usually need a few weeks for reviewing and grading. When having more than one examiner, the thesis grade is calculated by averaging the value of the two grades given by the examiners.

Thesis Presentation

CSE regulations do not require thesis presentations, but some examiners choose to make them mandatory. If your examiner requires you to present your thesis, he/she will determine the presentation format, and you will be responsible for finding a date and room for the presentation. You are welcome to use the SCCS Colloquium for this purpose.

Please note : The submission date of your thesis is the official last date of your thesis work. Even if your presentation takes place after this date, the submission date will still be used for official purposes.

Extension of deadline

If you are unable to meet the submission deadline for any reason outside your control (i.e. access to resources/facilities, software/hardware failure, medical conditions, ...), you can request an extension via the secretary of the Examination Board  (per email or in person ) with appropriate documentation supporting your argument. Your supervisor must agree to the extension (by signing the request or, better yet, issuing a statement acknowledging the reasons for the extension).

Please note that requesting additional time to improve results or polishing the work is not a valid reason for extension!

In general, if you are ill and prevented from working on the thesis, the working period will be paused according to the received medical certification. Please refer to the following link describing what the medical note must include in order to be considered valid .

We do not have a specific format for the extension (a free-form letter is valid), but allow usage of the forms for other programs/departments. However, in this case, make sure that the request is properly addressed to us and not the other department!

Please send any extension request as soon as issues arise, and at least one week before the deadline , so that the extension can be processed in a timely manner. In fact, you should check well in advance of the submission deadline, whether any circumstances that demand an extension have occurred.

After successfully completing the course requirements and master’s thesis, you will graduate with a Master of Science (M.Sc.) degree and begin your professional life. For tips and advice on graduation and your next steps, see Graduation .

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Portrait of Master's student Nektarios Totikos "Education can work wonders"

Studying at TUM and writing his Master's thesis at MIT was not a given for Nektarios Totikos, who spent part of his childhood and youth in youth welfare facilities. What got him so far? Intelligence, hard work and a great deal of perseverance.

Master's student Nektarios Totikos in Boston

Nektarios Totikos wrote email after email, and each one was rejected. Then, after the tenth attempt, the good news arrived: He had been accepted to write his Master's thesis at the renowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the USA. The plane left for Boston in July 2023. "I see everything as a challenge, I stay focused," says Nektarios Totikos in an online interview, smiling into the camera. Drab concrete walls in the background, the occasional whirr of the air conditioning, a conference room like any other. Nevertheless, he's thrilled: "This is a dream come true."

Nektarios Totikos has done a lot to make his dream come true: He has always been a hard-working student and graduated from German high school with excellent grades. After earning his Bachelor's degree at the University of Stuttgart, he was accepted to the Master's program in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at TUM, and specialized in Artificial Intelligence. And now comes MIT. "I always knew that I wanted to study at university," says the 27-year-old, "My interest in learning saved me."

Totikos is referring to the difficult conditions he faced growing up in eastern Stuttgart, "a classic problem area where many families live in poverty." His mother raised Totikos and his older brother alone. "I think we were too much for her and for various reasons she couldn't do much to support our education," says Totikos today. "But I had a lot of freedom, which was very valuable." He spent a lot of time hanging around the housing project, with the neighborhood kids or alone. "I enjoyed observing nature and my whole environment. It was all about gathering impressions and learning from them."

Growing up quickly

When Nektarios Totikos was ten, his mother decided to move with her sons to Greece, where she had spent part of her own childhood. The children were uprooted from their familiar surroundings and missed school for two months, recounts Nektarios Totikos. He wanted to return to Germany, where he was recommended to attend university-track secondary school. With the help of a neighbor friend from Stuttgart, he managed to return; the neighbor cared for him and later for his brother as well.

But the children couldn't stay with their neighbor permanently and were sent to a child and youth welfare facility. At 16, he moved into a supervised group home: Cooking, cleaning, and studying for his A-levels – He and his roommates independently mastered tasks for which most young people have the help of their parents. "I had to grow up very quickly," says Totikos today. "After leaving the youth welfare system, many care leavers are on their own."

Care leavers are young people and adults who have spent part of their lives in child and youth welfare facilities – for example, in a supervised home or foster family. In 2021, the German Federal Statistical Office put the number of young people living outside their families at around 210,000.

Without a safety net

In addition to the lack of financial support from their parents, these young people sometimes have no social network either. "I would have liked someone to discuss my plans with and support me with applications." For example, with his cover letter for the Molecular Medicine program at the University of Tübingen, he says. "I naively assumed that my secondary school grades would be enough and I didn't have anyone to proofread my application." Totikos was rejected and decided to study Electrical Engineering and Information Technology in Stuttgart.

He met a handful of friends at the University of Stuttgart without whom he would probably not have been able to complete his studies, he says. He went to TUM with some of them for the Master's degree program and became involved in the student initiative TUM.ai . The initiative connects students in areas related to artificial intelligence, carries out projects and organizes workshops. Today, the former lone fighter, who wanted to prove to everyone that he could make it on his own, now appreciates working in a team: "You support and motivate each other because you want to grow together. That helps you formulate goals that didn't even seem possible before."

This is a dream come true.

Nektarios Totikos

Master's student

Research on emotion recognition

One such goal was writing his Master's thesis at one of the world's best-known technical universities: At MIT's Sloan School of Management, Nektarios Totikos works together with Master's students from various disciplines to investigate how sensitively plants react to human emotions. When basil plants perceive strong feelings such as joy or fear in their immediate surroundings, they emit electrostatic signals, he explains. The team wants to use these signals to draw conclusions about people's moods and to use this knowledge to improve people's working environment, for example. Totikos is responsible for the self-learning algorithm that is to predict the employees' emotions.

"I grew up thinking that I'm valuable as a person as long as I have good grades. That was a protective mechanism," says Totikos. He now feels that grades aren't the most important thing and that life isn't just about a career. That's why, after his Master's thesis he wants to take time to think about what he wants to do next professionally and, if he has enough money, to travel along the East Coast of the USA. "Now, for the first time, I can take a break. Everything has fallen into place and I'm extremely grateful for that."

Encouraging others

Nektarios Totikos didn't talk about his childhood and youth for a long time. Now, he would like to use his story to encourage others to hold on to their dreams. Especially people who grew up like him, people who come from difficult backgrounds and who are still by and large neglected on the political level, he says. "There are definitely not equal opportunities for everyone. Many people work hard and yet are still denied opportunities. But I'm convinced that education can work wonders. It can help to make dreams come true – and I wish the same for others."

Nektarios Totikos is supported by a Federal Training Assistance Act (BAföG) foreign student grant and a Rotary scholarship.

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  1. Theses

    Find & Use Dissertations Dissertations at TUM Dissertations submitted to the Technical University of Munich must be made available through reproduction and distribution in accordance with the doctoral regulations (TUM-PromO). For this purpose, dissertations can be published electronically or in paper form with ISBN.

  2. Theses

    Having trouble choosing a topic for your bachelor's or master's thesis? Our Themenbörse posts current thesis topics from across the spectrum of TUM's academic departments.

  3. Databases

    Step 1: Select a database Please select a database relevant to your research. At the top of the page, there is a search bar with tabs for subject overviews, a search slot and the top 10 databases. Tip: Databases usually cover large subject areas and sciencific fields.

  4. Formalities

    Write an e-mail to feedback (at)tum.de. Thesis Topic Suggestions Having trouble choosing a topic for your bachelor's or master's thesis? Our Themenbörse posts current thesis topics from across the spectrum of TUM's academic departments.

  5. Master theses

    Master theses - Lehrstuhl für Computergestützte Modellierung und Simulation Home Teaching Theses Completed theses Master theses 2023 2022 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2023 Berwal, A.: BIM based Autonomous Navigation of a Quadruped Robot. , 2023 mehr…

  6. Physics Department, TUM

    Research Phase and Master's Thesis in the M.Sc. Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics During the last year of the Master's program Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics you will have the unique opportunity to work on exciting research topics.

  7. Theses & Certificates

    The Master's thesis must not be handed in later than six months after your thesis issue date. In case of part-time study programs, different deadlines apply in accordance with the respective FPSO. Example Bachelor: Start issue date of the thesis May 1, latest submission date August 1. Example Master: Start issue date of the thesis October 9 ...

  8. Research Phase and Master's thesis BEMP

    Homepage Master Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics Research Phase BEMP Research phase and master thesis in the Master's degree program Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics In the final year of the Master's degree program, you will have the unique opportunity to conduct research on exciting topics within the specialty of the program.

  9. Research Phase and Master's thesis in QST

    Before handing in the Master's thesis, you must fill in the final titel of the thesis in the database and upload an electronic copy (PDF-file). For the time being, the database is still located on the physics web pages (access only from the Munich science network). Afterwards, you have to hand in two printed versions in the Dean's Office ...

  10. Publishing B.A. & M.A. Theses

    The University Library offers TUM students the possibility to publish their dissertation, e.g. bachelor, master or diploma theses, in electronic form on mediaTUM, the TUM media and publication repository. ... Your supervisor agrees to the storage of your thesis at a TUM branch library? Then you should take the following steps:

  11. Thesis Informatics

    Master: Biomedical Computing, Data Engineering and Analytics, Informatics, Informatics: Games Engineering, Information Systems, Next Submission Date: Thursday, February 15th, 2024, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., Technische Universität München Servicebüro Studium Informatik, SB-S-IN Boltzmannstr. 3 D-85748 Garching The date of the postmark counts.

  12. Final Thesis

    Master's thesis: Successful participation (min. grade 2.3) in the module " Introduction to Statistics Using R " (MGT001243) Soft criteria (desirable): Empirical or theoretical/conceptual thesis in manuscript style suitable for publication Preferred language: English Time: 3/6 months full time for bachelor's/master's theses

  13. Thesis Mathematics

    Master's Thesis Details It is possible to register your thesis on the 1st and 15th of each month. All final theses starting from 1st February 2024 onwards in the PP Mathematics at the School of Computation, Information and Technology will be managed via the

  14. Theses Structure

    There is no mandatory length of a thesis. Most well-written master's theses have between 50 and 80 pages, Bachelor's theses typically have between 40 and 60 pages. However, depending on your topic and your writing style, more or fewer pages may be appropriate. Be aware that your thesis will only be evaluated based on the written document and ...

  15. Thesis & Graduation

    You can log in to the CIT portal at https://portal.cit.tum.de/en/Theses/ with your TUM ID and get an overview of your thesis. If necessary, you can apply for an extension in the CIT portal. Further functions will follow in the coming months. Information for employees

  16. Physics Department, TUM

    Research Phase and Master's Thesis in the M.Sc. Quantum Science & Technology During the last year of the Master's program Quantum Science & Technology, you will have the opportunity to work on exciting research topics in the unique research of the Munich Center for Quantum Science and Technology.

  17. Thesis

    There are several ways to achieve this goal: Apply for an advertised topic at a chair. To make the process easier, please find the contact information, requirements for supervising a thesis and available topics of each chair of TUM School of Management by following the links below.

  18. Master's Thesis

    Master thesis, 2023 more… Robin Maximilian Köhler: Prediction of Charging Point Utilization Using a Machine Learning-Based Surrogate Model of a Multi-Agent Simulation. Master thesis, 2023 more… Lukas Scheurich: Two-Stage Stochastic Program for the Scheduling and Location Problem in a Flexible Layout. Master thesis, 2023 more…

  19. PDF Master Thesis

    With this statement I declare that I have independently completed this Master's thesis. The thoughts taken directly or indirectly from external sources are properly marked as such. This thesis was not previously submitted to another academic institution and has also not yet been published. Munich, 01.10.2021 Fadel Muhammad

  20. Student theses

    Master thesis, 2019 more… BibTeX; Härpfer, Daniel: Analysis of the CityGML 3.0 Space Concept based on the Use Cases BIM-GIS lntegration and Street Space Modelling. Master thesis, 2019 more… BibTeX; Scharfenberg, Niklas: A Geographical Assessment of Renewable Power-to-Liquid (PtL) Jet Fuel Production Potentials in the USA. Master thesis ...

  21. Physics Department, TUM

    Passing the Master's seminar and the Master's training will be recorded in TUMonline and you are officially alowed to start the thesis. Handing in the thesis and getting the grade Before handing in the Master's thesis, you need to update the final titel of the thesis in the database ( student access ) and upload an electronic copy (PDF-file).

  22. Find & Use Dissertations

    Dissertations in paper form are archived by the University Library. You can search and borrow them via the TUM Online Catalog (OPAC). In doing so, you can limit your search to dissertations if you filter the results list with the format type "Dissertation, Hochschulschrift". Electronically published dissertations are made available in full text ...

  23. Master Computational Science and Engineering

    Submitting your Master's Thesis Submission Deadline. The master's thesis must be submitted no later than six months after the start date. The start date is indicated on the registration form. Note: Please make sure in advance that the chosen topic can be handled within the required timeframe. This is especially important if you plan to write ...

  24. "Education can work wonders"

    Research on emotion recognition. One such goal was writing his Master's thesis at one of the world's best-known technical universities: At MIT's Sloan School of Management, Nektarios Totikos works together with Master's students from various disciplines to investigate how sensitively plants react to human emotions.