Teaching

We offer student projects (Software projects, Bachelor thesis as well as Master group projects and Master thesis) in the field of computer graphics, visualization and image processing. The primary goal of these projects is to create new opportunities for students to learn new graphics, visualization and image processing techniques and get experience with different programming tools.

Based on the scope of the topic and optional tasks, these projects can be done as Software Projects, Bachelor or Master thesis, or Master group projects. The goals are adjusted depending on the project type. Note that the exemplary projects below are just a temporary snapshot, these topics are changing continuously and closely related topics can also be newly defined.

We also offer Master Basis Modules in areas related to computer graphics, geometry processing, scientific visualization, data visualization and visual analytics. Contact us for an appointment to discuss Master Basis Module topics.

Projects and Theses

General Rules

For working on a project, students are required to follow the following steps:

  1. Choose your topic of interest (.e.g. from below) and discuss it with the mentoring assitant and/or supervisor.
  2. Fill out and sign the appropriate official registration form from the IfI websites (BSc forms and regulations, MSc forms and regulations) and hand it to the assistant or supervisor. Also review the official guidelines and regulations for your module type.
  3. Read, sign and hand in the

Report Structure and Format

Furthermore, for the generation of a technical report, Bachelor or Master thesis, the following structure, formatting and typesetting rules must be followed:

Master Projects

Our master projects (presented at the Master Project Market) can be found over this OLAT course. Other topics from the list below can potentially also be adapted into a master project for a group of two or three students. Please contact the project assistant for further information.