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Diplomarbeiten, Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten

Sie suchen gerade eine Diplomarbeit, ein Thema für eine Bachelor oder Master Thesis? Dann sind Sie hier richtig. In diesem Bereich sind Abschlussarbeiten aus allen Fakultäten zu finden.
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Wenn Sie selbst eine Diplomarbeit ausschreiben wollen, lesen Sie bitte vorher unbedingt das 'Best Practice Manual Stellenanzeigen'.

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15.04.2021
Embedded System für Robot Vision Anwendungen (BA/MA)

In dieser Arbeit soll ein Embedded Vision System für Robotikanwendungen aufgebaut werden. Dabei kommt eine kompakte und leistungsfähige 3D Kamera sowie ein Embedded Board mit GPU zum Einsatz. Nach Aufbau und Einarbeitung in das System sollen Vision-Algorithmen für die GPU angepasst, entwickelt und auf dem Board implementiert werden. Dabei geht es vorrangig um Verfahren zum Tracking und zur Lageschätzung (6D Pose estimation).
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Kontakt: jobs@visevi.com

15.04.2021
Data Mining in der Elektrodenherstellung der Batterieproduktion (SaMa)

Die Produktion der Lithium-Ionen-Batterie ist durch innovative Prozesse, komplexe Abhängigkeiten und zahlreiche Einflussfaktoren charakterisiert. Dabei zeichnet sich insbesondere die Herstellung der Elektroden durch einen großen Einfluss auf die Performance der Zelle aus.
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Kontakt: sajedeh.haghi@iwb.tum.de

13.04.2021
Validierung eines optischen Kraftmessverfahrens für anthropomorphe Greifer

Externe Bachelor/Master Arbeit für Elektro- und Informationstechnik, Informatik, Maschinenwesen. Analyse einer Kraftmessung an Roboterfingern über kamerabasierte taktile Sensorik.
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Kontakt: n.alt@tum.de

12.04.2021
Aufbau eines kameragesteuerten Miniatur-Roboterarms

Roboter dringen in immer mehr Anwendungsbereiche vor und werden Teil unserer Alltags. Die Systeme müssen dazu vor allem intelligenter und autonomer werden. In dieser Arbeit soll ein Roboterarm auf Basis eines low-cost Spielzeugroboter (ca. 30€) aufgebaut werden. Der Schwerpunkt wird dabei je nach Interesse auf Elektronikentwicklung, Hardwareaufbau oder Regelungstechnik gelegt.
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Kontakt: jobs@visevi.com

12.04.2021
Cost-effective all-in-one hearing screener

Otoacoustic emissions (OAEs) are low-level sounds produced by the cochlear outer hair cells that can be picked up by a very sensitive microphone in the ear canal. They can be evoked in response to pure-tones or broadband sounds presented to the ear and are mostly used in newborn hearing screening. Most OAE hearing screening devices are composed of an ear probe holding up to two speakers plus a microphone and a handheld device for operating and signal processing. Both parts are connected with a cable.

The goal of this thesis is to integrate an existing probe design into a cost-effective device resulting in a handy and easy-to-use measurement system similar to a pencil or fever thermometer in shape and size.


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Kontakt: werner.hemmert@tum.de

12.04.2021
Cost-effective all-in-one hearing screener

Otoacoustic emissions (OAEs) are low-level sounds produced by the cochlear outer hair cells that can be picked up by a very sensitive microphone in the ear canal. They can be evoked in response to pure-tones or broadband sounds presented to the ear and are mostly used in newborn hearing screening. Most OAE hearing screening devices are composed of an ear probe holding up to two speakers plus a microphone and a handheld device for operating and signal processing. Both parts are connected with a cable.
The goal of this thesis is to integrate an existing probe design into a cost-effective device resulting in a handy and easy-to-use measurement system similar to a pencil or fever thermometer in shape and size.


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Kontakt: werner.hemmert@tum.de

22.03.2021
MSc thesis: Implementation and optimisation of Poisson solvers on GPUs

We offer an exciting Master's thesis project in the field of High-Performance Computing (HPC) and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), in corporation with Nvidia and Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ). In this proposed project, we port our in-house CFD code MGLET (Multi Grid Large Eddy Turbulence) to GPU-accelerated heterogeneous systems.
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Kontakt: yoshiyuki.sakai@tum.de

20.03.2021
Master Thesis: Robust Helicopter Rotor State Estimation for High-Bandwith Control Laws

We offer an exciting opportunity to work on a high-bandwidth helicopter flight control system for our rotorcraft simulation environment. The thesis will aim to study the theoretical frameworks on state estimation and apply it to higher-order linear state space models of a bearingless helicopter.
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Kontakt: omkar.halbe@tum.de

16.03.2021
Thesis: Assessment of economic and environmental potentials of innovations in resource-intensive industries

Sustainability assessment of resource-efficiency technologies - a thesis project at the interface of technical feasibility, economic viability, and ecological sustainability!
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Kontakt: georg.buchner@tum.de

08.03.2021
COVID-19 & sport: How much aerosol is produced at different exercise intensities? What is the effect of surgical masks and taped masks on performane?

Project description: SARS-CoV-2 is the coronavirus that is causing the COVID-19 pandemic. During indoor sport, aerosol-mediated SARS-CoV-2 infections are a major concern and there have been reports of superspreader event during Zumba and spinning classes. A unique, sports-specific concern is that ventilation can increase from 5-10 L/min at rest to over 100 l/min in untrained subjects and 200 L/min in elite endurance athletes and that this may increase aerosol emission. Also some indi-viduals are concerned about the effects of face masks during sport. We now advertise two pro-jects to investigate these issues. Project 1 will investigate for the first time how the exercise-induced increase of ventilation will affect the number and size distribution of respira-tory aerosols. This project is in collaboration with the University of the Army (Bundeswehr). It is funded by the Bundesinstitut für Sportwissenschaft. Project 2. will compare how surgical masks and taped face masks will affect exercise variables such as perception of breathlessness, heart rate, and lactate. The project is funded by industry. We are seeking to recruit two highly motivated and talented MSc students to carry out these projects. Candidates need to have a thorough understand-ing of exercise physiology, be solid in human performance testing, be good team workers, be highly motivated, reliable and must be able to write well in English as we aim to publish the re-sults of these projects.
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Kontakt: martin.schoenfelder@tum.de

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