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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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04.01.2024
Masterarbeit: Lean, OpEx, Ergonomics - Literaturreview

Ziel der MA ist es ein systematisches Literatur Review zu den Schlagwörtern: Ergonomie (produktionsbezogen), Lean (-Production, Management, Operational Mgmt, etc) und Operational Excellence (OpEx) durchzuführen. Inbesondere soll daraus das Wechselspiel der 3 Disziplinen beleuchtet werden und ggfalls. Abhängigkeiten identifiziert werden.
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Kontakt: st.brunner@tum.de Stefan Brunner (LfE)

31.12.2023
Master thesis in immunology

In this Master thesis the candidate will have the opportunity to explore the destiny of passenger immune cells after solid organ transplantation in humans. Where do T cell go after they have moved their host within the transplanted organ? Do they stay or die in the transplanted organ or can they exit and distribute their immunological memory to other body locations within the new host? How do this passenger immune cells contribute to organ rejection? If you are interested in exploring novel concepts of transplantation tolerance with human tissues, this master thesis will be exciting for you.
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Kontakt: Christina.zielinski@leibniz-hki.de

20.12.2023
Master's thesis at Chair for Computational Imaging and AI in Medicine: Exploring Riemannian Manifolds for Medical Image Classification

This Master’s project aims to explore the use of covariance descriptors for disease classification with medical images. (chair website: https://compai-lab.github.io/)
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Kontakt: anna.reithmeir@tum.de

20.12.2023
Master thesis - The molecular basis of oligodendrocyte precursor cell territory formation

The Simons lab is looking for a highly skilled and enthusiastic Master student to work on glial cell biology at the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE) in Großhadern.
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Kontakt: m.djannatian@tum.de

19.12.2023
Masterarbeit im Bereich Zellbiologie zu vergeben: Elektromagnetische Stimulation von Zellen

In einem Forschungsprojekt im Bereich Tissue Engineering / Zellbiologie werden die positiven Effekte bei Patienten mit verschiedenen Gelenkerkrankungen durch die EMTT (electromagnetic transduction therapy) untersucht. Bisher gibt es nur wenige Erkenntnisse über den Einfluss von EMTT auf der Zellebene. Deshalb stimulieren wir verschiedene Zelltypen mit EMTT und analysieren danach die Zellreaktionen. Die Masterarbeit bietet die Möglichkeit, an Teilbereichen des Projektes selbständig mitzuarbeiten, z.B. osteogene Differenzierung und / oder inflammatorische Reaktionen. Kontakt: tuebel@tum.de
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Kontakt: tuebel@tum.de

29.11.2023
Master’s Thesis: Setup for Robotic Sound Field Audiometry

The Experimental Audiology Lab (exalab) is looking for a motivated individual for a master's thesis in the field of Mechatronics, Robotics or a related study program to work on the development of an innovative robotic system for clinical hearing tests.


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Kontakt: wilhelm.wimmer@tum.de

14.11.2023
Bachelor's Thesis - Imaging Positronium by Coincident Gamma Detection

Positronium (Ps) is the bound state of an electron and its antiparticle, the positron. It can be emitted from the surface of a solid sample when bombarded with slow positrons. Due to its simplicity, Ps is used in many investigations of fundamental physics including QED and matter/antimatter symmetry. These applications require a large number of Ps atoms with a controllable kinetic energy. Achieving this remains an active field of research. This project will investigate the energy distribution of Ps emitted from different sample surfaces. Pixelated scintillation detectors will be used to image the annihilation radiation from Ps as it travels away from the sample surface in vacuum. Since the lifetime of Ps in vacuum is know (142 ns) the Ps velocity distribution can be calculated. The work will include the design of a new, heated sample holder and surrounding vacuum components and measurements using a pair of pixelated scintillation detectors. The project is carried out within the TUM research group Physics with Positrons.
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Kontakt: daniel.russell@frm2.tum.de

14.11.2023
Bachelor's Thesis - Imaging Positronium with a Collimated Height-Adjustable Detector

Positronium (Ps) is the bound state of an electron and its antiparticle, the positron. It can be emitted from the surface of a solid sample when bombarded with slow positrons. Due to its simplicity, Ps is used in many investigations of fundamental physics including QED and matter/antimatter symmetry. These applications require a large number of Ps atoms with a controllable kinetic energy. Achieving this remains an active field of research. This project will investigate the energy distribution of Ps emitted from different sample surfaces. A collimator and a germanium detector will provide height dependent measurements of the annihilation radiation from Ps as it travels away from the sample surface in vacuum. Since the lifetime of Ps in vacuum is know (142 ns) the Ps velocity distribution can be calculated. The work will involve the design of the detector and collimator setup including making and analysing experimental measurements. The project is carried out within the TUM research group Physics with Positrons.
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Kontakt: daniel.russell@frm2.tum.de

14.11.2023
Master's Thesis - Electrostatic Positron Beam Guiding

The mono-energetic positron beam at TUM allows state-of-the-art depth dependent measurements of open void defects and chemical composition by measuring the Doppler broadening of the 511 keV annihilation line as well as investigation of the formation of positronium. In the current experimental setup, magnetic fields guide the positron beam and an increase in the field strength provides focusing onto a sample surface. However, the presence of a magnetic field at the sample location is not necessarily desirable, since it can limit the sample geometry and material. Furthermore, in cases where positronium is studied, the magnetic field can complicate data analysis since it can suppress positronium formation. To address this issue, this project will replace the existing magnetic focusing with an electrostatic focusing system. The work will involve design and simulation of a new electrostatic lens and magnetic field termination and will include initial experimental benchmarking of the constructed setup. The project is carried out within the TUM research group Physics with Positrons.
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Kontakt: daniel.russell@frm2.tum.de

02.11.2023
Bachelor-/ Master-/ Semesterarbeit:Microbial Process Intensification/Enzyme Immobilization

In this research project, genetically optimized E. coli strains expressing different extracellular high-value proteins will be used to establish different concepts of process intensification. Process intensification in the biopharmaceutical industry aims for the improvement of productivity and flexibility while simultaneously decreasing cost and process footprint. This can be realized through establishing and applying innovative equipment, methods, and modes during the development of integrated upstream and downstream processes.
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Kontakt: j.galbusera@tum.de

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