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Department of Informatics Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies


General Information

The BDLT offers various types of theses, including Bachelor Thesis, Master Thesis, Master Project, and Independent Study. The list below provides the titles, types, and responsible supervisors for each thesis. Therefore, please choose the thesis that interests you and get in touch with the designated supervisor mentioned.

If your desired topic is not currently listed, please feel free to reach out to any BDLT supervisor for an informal meeting. They might have new ideas that are not yet included in the list or may be open to considering your own suggestions.

Abbreviations utilized below read as follows:
  • BA: Bachelor Thesis
  • MA: Master Thesis
  • IS:  Independent Study
  • MAP: Master Project


Each type of thesis work (BA, IS, MAP, or MA) must adhere to its own set of structural and content requirements. This ensures that the resulting thesis meets a high standard of quality when presented in written form, showcasing the student's effort, input, and dedication. 

Open Theses

Title Level Responsible Person
Dark Web Marketplaces Bitcoin flows prediction MA/MAP Dr. Nicolò Vallarano
A design and Protyte of Cross chain Smart Contacts on zero knowlege roll ups MA/MAP Krzystof Gogol
Arbitrage in Decentralized Fiance on Ethereum Roll ups MA/BA Krzystof Gogol
On Optimisation of DeFi Protocols using Machine Learning MA/BA Krzystof Gogol
Implementing a Unified Warehouse for Blockchains MAP Dr. Sina Rafati Niya
Blockchain Enhanced Design for Reliable and Efficient UAV Network MA Qianyu Liu
Deep Reinforcement Learning in High Volatility Cryptocurrency Markets MA Mostafa Chegeni
AI Enhanced Blockchain Analytics An LLM Powered- Approach MA Mostafa Chegeni
Next-gen blockchain architecture for Decentralised Autonomous Spaces MA/MAP Parminder Kaur Makode 
Understanding Latency in Distributed Networks-A Case Study of Blockchains and Distributed Ledger Technologies MA/BA Benjamin Kraner
Unveiling Privacy on Scalable Chains-Confidential Transactions and Zero Knowledge Proofs in Layer-2 Blockchains MA Syed Muhammad Yasir
Bitcoin-P2P-network-formation-model MA Yu Gao