Open Guided Research, BSc and MSc Thesis Topics
We are offering topics in the context of and complementing our research projects. Below is a short list of some of the open topics. Please contact us to learn more about those. And, since any list may be out of date, please also check with us about other emerging topics or your own ideas. The homepage for chair members can be found here.
We are primarily a systems research group, so usually expect to do some kind of real world prototype system and/or simulator code implementation and evaluation. This may include putting together hardware for testbeds or evaluation systems and sometimes user studies. In some cases, we'll look for solid mathematical modeling and analysis, likely paired with simulations.
We expect all theses to be written in English.
Formal guidelines and information about the formatting and the submission of a thesis can be found here.
To apply for a topic, please send an email to the respective supervisor including a letter of motivation, CV, and a transcript of your completed courses.
Note: For the majority of the thesis topics, the candidate is required to undergo a trial period of the duration of one month during which his/her capabilities will be assessed. Such requirement implies that the official thesis registration date will be accordingly moved. Exceptions are possible based on the advisor discretion.
List of Topics (Bachelor Thesis, Master Thesis, Guided Research, Application Project)
|recommender systems||GR/AP||Wolfgang Wörndl|
|Optimizing QUIC on long delay networks||transport protocols, QUIC||MT||Mike Kosek|
Transport protocol extensions for fast (real-time) edge offloading
|transport protocols, Wi-Fi, edge offloading, AR||MT||Jörg Ott, Nitinder Mohan|
|Simulator for autonomous load distribution in massively parallel edge processing||simulation, edge processing,||MT/GR||Jörg Ott|
|emulation, simulation, TSN, IVN, CAN, LIN, FlexRay||MT/BT/IDP||Marcin Bosk|
|Integration of 5G Core QoE-Aware Resource Allocation with 5G RAN in OMNeT++/Simu5G||simulation, OMNeT++, 5G, network slicing, QoE-aware networking||BT/MT||Marcin Bosk|
|In-Network Computing over Satellite links: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly||In-Network computing, Edge Computing, Satellite communication||GR||Nitinder Mohan|
|Revisiting multipath schedulers with MP-QUIC in mind||Network Protocols, QUIC, Multipath||BT/MT||Nitinder Mohan, Hendrik Cech|
|Have your cake and eat it too: Analyzing energy usage in blockchain protocols||Blockchains, emulations, edge computing||MT||Nitinder Mohan|
|Designing a timely control plane for edge orchestration frameworks||Age-of-Information, orchestration, edgeIO, edge computing||BT/MT/GR||Nitinder Mohan|
|Evaluating suitable multipath transport protocols for remote piloting flying taxis||Transport layer, multipath communications, aerial connectivity||MT||Aygün Baltaci, Nitinder Mohan|
|Unikernels on the Edge||Unikernels, edge computing, edgeIO||BT/MT||Nitinder Mohan|
|In-Network Compute Infrastructures for Future Automotive Systems (thesis position @ Bosch)||Virtualization, distributed systems, ns-3||MT||Jörg Ott, Uthra Ambalavanan|
|Implementation of a Cooperative Maneuver Protocol for Autonomous Vehicles||Autonomous driving, maneuver coordination, ns-3, C++||BT||Bernhard Häfner|
|Learning-based scheduler for Multipath TCP||Protocol design, Machine learning||MT||Nitinder Mohan|