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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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14.02.2024
Bachelor-/Masterthesis: Segmenting Neural SDF Reconstruction

The project seeks to explore the segmentation of neural reconstruction using signed distance fields, enabling automatic recognition, training, and exportation of specific objects from a scene for downstream applications, departing from traditional approaches that produce single large reconstructions.
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Kontakt: constantin.kleinbeck@tum.de & hex-thesis.ortho@mh.tum.de

14.02.2024
Masterarbeit im Bereich Lebensmitteltechnologie - pflanzliche Rohstoffe

Die Professur „Plant Proteins and Nutrition“ bietet eine Masterarbeit zu dem Thema "Analyse von qualitätsbestimmenden Eigenschaften in der Ackerbohne" mit dem Fokus auf antinutritive Inhaltsstoffe und Enzymaktivitäten.
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Kontakt: sophie.arnold@tum.de

14.02.2024
Bachelor-/Masterthesis: Machine Learning for Early Risk Stratification in Candidemia - Leveraging Clinical Data to Enhance Patient Outcomes

Early identification of patients at risk of candidemia, a condition with significant morbidity and mortality, is crucial due to delays in obtaining blood culture results. Utilizing clinical data and machine learning techniques like Random Forest and XGBoost can improve risk stratification, surpassing traditional scoring systems for better patient outcomes.
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Kontakt: luisa.theelke@tum.de, hex-thesis.ortho@mh.tum.de

14.02.2024
Bachelor-/Masterthesis: In Silico Testing of Augmented Reality Interfaces - An Intensive Care Unit Simulation

Medical staff in intensive care units (ICUs) face high levels of stress due to exposure to various alarms, and while testing new interfaces in real ICUs is challenging, virtual reality (VR) simulations offer a promising method to replicate ICU environments and assess optimization scenarios. This project explores integrating an Augmented Reality (AR) head-mounted display into the simulation to improve alarm management.
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Kontakt: luisa.theelke@tum.de, hex-thesis.ortho@mh.tum.de

13.02.2024
Bachelor-/Masterthesis: Hands-Free Augmented Reality Interaction

Development of an AR-based interactive assistance system for retrieving and visualizing operating instructions for medical instruments in the operating room, where the complexity and diversity of instruments present a challenge to mastering their usage, necessitating hands-free interaction due to sterility and noise.
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Kontakt: julian.kreimeier@tum.de, hex-thesis.ortho@mh.tum.de

13.02.2024
Bachelor-/Masterthesis: Towards Eco-Embodiment: Assessing Virtual Reality for Building Climate Change Awareness

The project's VR prototype simulates everyday scenarios within an industrialized context, aiming to assess its effect on users' understanding of their environmental impact and their connection to actions and consequences.
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Kontakt: julian.kreimeier@tum.de, hex-thesis.ortho@mh.tum.de

13.02.2024
Bachelor-/Masterthesis: Capacitive Tangibles for Adaptive Rendering Interface

High-quality renderings are crucial for individual and collaborative planning of critical medical interventions, particularly for displaying complex anatomical structures from imaging data. Current research explores the use of virtual reality (VR) to provide intuitive and interactive medical visualization, aiming to surpass limitations of traditional 2D screens and potentially move towards interaction solely through tangible models, eliminating the need for controllers.
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Kontakt: julian.kreimeier@tum.de, hex-thesis.ortho@mh.tum.de

13.02.2024
Bachelor-/Masterthesis: Medical Volumetric Path Tracing inside the Unity Game Engine

The goal of this project is to integrate medical volumetric data, typically acquired from CT or MRI scanners, into the Unity game engine using path tracing, enhancing three-dimensional visualizations to offer clinicians improved depth understanding, visual quality, and the flexibility to freely inspect scans from various angles to drive clinical decisions.
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Kontakt: constantin.kleinbeck@tum.de, hex-thesis.ortho@mh.tum.de

12.02.2024
Master Thesis: Three Topics about Data Analysis in Urban Mobility

Chair of Cartography and Visual Analytics is providing three M.Sc. thesis topics surrounding data analysis in urban mobility.
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Kontakt: khan.liu@tum.de

12.02.2024
Master Thesis: Detection of Activities of Daily Living (ADL) via Smart Meter Data

The develop a pattern recognition algorithm to detect typical ADLs such as meal preparation and personal hygiene.
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Kontakt: christoph.hoechsmann@tum.de

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