The masters thesis is the core of the masters degree. The objective of the masters thesis is to develop and demonstrate the ability to apply current research results to analyze and solve problems arising in complex systems. For instance, such systems are given by production networks, power grids, systems biology, or traffic flow. Writing a master’s thesis gives the opportunity to explore an academic topic in depth. In particular, it demonstrates the students readiness and ability for independent, demanding expert work.
Prerequisites and Application
List of Topics
The Chair of Mathematical Modeling and Scientific Computing offers different types of master’s theses:
Possible topics are regularly presented during our Scientific Computing Research Seminar (FSS and HWS).
Submission of Thesis