An integral part of the Master’s programme is “research-based learning”. For this, students are encouraged to work on more complex tasks from applied mathematics and physics during projects. See the list of possible project topics below. The list is updated regularly. You can also suggest your own idea as a project topic.
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Commissioning of the Arduino robot arm and programming so that the robot arm can draw figures (circles, squares...) on paper.
Construction of a fully automatic Fabry-Pérot interferometer for measuring surface roughness on a sub-micrometer level
OpenCV is an open software library for computer vision and image processing. In the project, the student implements an existing mathematical method of image processing (e.g. image segmentation) for OpenCV. The project requires basic knowledge in C++.
Contact: Prof. Dr. Storath