The Master Project is a large teamwork project of 2 or more students working on a subject which is closely related to one of the research groups at IfI. It is intensive and demanding but exciting, as well covering 18 points of work. We highly recommend to carry it out in the free period between semesters, typically during the summer break.
The Master Project must be concluded by a final report. The report is meant to be a consolidation of fundamental technical achievements and scientific aspects. It reflects and classifies the results of the Master Project in an adequate way.
The project can be started after the completion of the Master-Basismodul. When you gathered a group of fellow students you hand in the application form together with a project description at the student's office.
Master Project Market
In order to support the formation of groups we organize each semester a project market. The project market is an opportunity to network with other students to build Master Project teams. The slides from this semester's market which took place on 30 November 2016 are available here:
Additional project: DEBS Grand Challenge (PDF, 20 KB)
The next Master Project Market will take place on Thursday, March 23rd, 2017 at 4.15pm in Room BIN 2.A.10.
Group formation on OLAT
To sign up for the project(s) you are interested in, please login to the use the OLAT course "Informatics Master Project".
Topics and Links
|Dynamic and Distributed Information Systems||Bernstein||Topics|
|Database Technology Group||Böhlen||Topics|
|Software Evolution and Architecture Lab||Gall / Fritz||Topics|
|Requirements Engineering Research Group||Glinz||Topics|
|Informatics and Sustainability Research Group||Hilty||Topics|
|Visualization and Multimedia||Pajarola||Topics|
|Robotics and Perception Group||Scaramuzza||Topics|
|Computation and Economics Research Group||Seuken||Topics|
|Information Management Research Group||Schwabe||Topics|
|Communication Systems Group||Stiller||Topics|
|People and Computing Lab||Huang/Wacharamanotham||Topics|
For other topics please contact the responsible research group.