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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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12.08.2022
Master Thesis: Augmented Reality Development using Microsoft Hololens 2 for the Web of Things

Are you looking for a Master Thesis where you get to contribute to the exciting notion of the industrial metaverse? Are you interested in augmented/virtual reality applications and have experience developing them? Would you like an opportunity to get to work with a Microsoft HoloLens 2 and develop applications based on the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web of Things standard?. Then you are the right person for this Thesis!


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Kontakt: fady.salama@tum.de

09.08.2022
Master Thesis: Graph Neural Networks for Deep Behavior Prediction in Traffic Scenes

In this thesis, we aim to develop a GNN-based behavior prediction module. By representing the surrounding environment in a graph-structured fashion, we hope to achieve better generalization abilities than what can be achieved through a hand-engineered feature vector. Read more at https://www.ce.cit.tum.de/fileadmin/w00cgn/air/Personal_Files/EivindMeyer/MA_proposal_GNN_Traffic_Rules__1_.pdf
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Kontakt: eivind.meyer@tum.de

09.08.2022
Master Thesis: Deep Learning for Wear Particle Analysis Based on Microscopy Imaging Data

Abstract: The generation of wear particles is one of the major reasons for revision of a total joint prosthesis. The reaction of the human body on wear debris highly depends on the size and shape of the particles generated. It is therefore of crucial importance to characterize those parameters in pre-clinical testing. Currently, the identification of wear particles is based on image analysis software which results in a high rate of wrong detections. As a result, the images and their resulting data need to be reinvestigated manually. The hypothesis of the study is that AI is capable to generate a lower failure rate as well as to distinguish more precisely between particles and their agglomerates. Over the last decades, Endolab GmbH has collected a large pool of image analysis data that can be used to train AI models. This dataset can be regarded as unique worldwide and shall be processed by state-of-the-art methodology to allow for better pre-clinical testing.
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Kontakt: florian.hinterwimmer@tum.de, Christian.Kaddick@endolab.de

04.08.2022
9 EUR-Ticket study at TUM: Student theses available

Write your thesis with us on a topic in the field of social sciences or economics.
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Kontakt: mobilitaet.leben.vtk@ed.tum.de

02.08.2022
MA - Synthetische Datengenerierung für den Einsatz in KI-basierten Identifikationssysteme

Im Rahmen der Entwicklung neuer, kamerabasierter Identifikationsmethoden für die Logistik soll in der Masterarbeit untersucht werden, in wie weit sich die Erzeugung von synthetischen Datensätzen mittels Render-Engines, wie Blender eignen, um damit auf Logisitk spezialisierte Neuronale Netze zu trainieren. Insbesondere die Diskrepanz zwischen realen und synthetischen Bildern sowie die Auswirkung auf die Qualität der Neuronalen Netzen steht hier im Vordergrund (Synth2Real-Gap).
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Kontakt: dimitrij-marian.holm@tum.de

02.08.2022
Masterarbeit: Akzeptanz der routinemäßigen Erhebung von PROM-Daten bei Patienten vor totaler Knie- oder Hüftendoprothese

Wir suchen eine/n Master-Studierende/n zur Bearbeitung einer Abschlussarbeit zum Thema: Akzeptanz der routinemäßigen Erhebung von PROM-Daten bei Patienten vor totaler Knie- oder Hüftendoprothese
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Kontakt: saskia.kropp@tum.de

29.07.2022
Master thesis: Machine Learning for Power Market Analysis at the Center for Energy Markets

Decarbonizing the power sector is crucial in meeting the net-zero carbon emission targets. Increased shares of renewables in the power system continue to change the dynamics of the energy markets and add further complexity to the system. With the help of Machine Learning techniques, energy economists are able to uncover and better understand the power market behavior.
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Kontakt: shiva.madadkhani@tum.de

28.07.2022
Design of Variable Stiffness joints for Upper-Limb prosthetics

The design of prosthetic limbs has been aimed at reducing the overall weight of the prostheses and mimicking the aesthetics and functions of the lost body parts. Among commercially-available upper-limb prostheses, the two most often used solutions are simple hook-style grippers, and poly-articulated hands, which are closer to biological limbs with a higher number of articulations. Poly-articulated hands afford a wide range of grasp and manipulation types, but require the dexterous control using signals from residual muscles.
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Kontakt: nhcr-applications@mailnavab.informatik.tu-muenchen.de

28.07.2022
Design of a soft prosthetic wrist

The design of prosthetic limbs has been aimed at reducing the overall weight of the prostheses and mimicking the aesthetics and functions of the lost body parts. Among commercially-available upper-limb prostheses, the two most often used solutions are simple hook-style grippers, and poly-articulated hands, which are closer to biological limbs with a higher number of articulations. Poly-articulated hands afford a wide range of grasp and manipulation types, but require the dexterous control using signals from residual muscles.
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Kontakt: nhcr-applications@mailnavab.informatik.tu-muenchen.de

28.07.2022
Master Thesis: Haptic feedback for prosthetics and telerobotics

The thesis aims to design a device that can be used in prosthetics to give amputees different haptic feedback (force feedback, proprioception feedback, emotional feedback) and in teleoperation to return haptic feedback to the user teleoperating the robot.
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Kontakt: nhcr-applications@mailnavab.informatik.tu-muenchen.de

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