Advanced Research Project at DiK

The focus of the Advanced Research Project is the independent processing of a scientific engineering task.

Semester: winter/summer semester
Start: upon agreement
Credit Points: 6 CP
Length of assignment: The total duration between the start of the assignment and the final presentation should not be less than 2 months and should not exceed 6 months.

The main focus of the advanced research project is the independent work of an engineering problem by a student. The student is coached by a research assistant of the DiK.

The scientific content worked out by the student have to be demonstrated in an interim and final presentation. In addition the student has to do a written report on his acitivities. After the start of the lecture period the individual available are presented in a introductory lecture.

Current topics can be found at open assignments.

  • Nutzung von Cloud Computing zur Erzielung von Nachhaltigkeitsvorteilen in Unternehmen

    Using cloud computing to achieve sustainability benefits in companies

    2022/09/21

    Bachelorthesis, Advanced Research Project (ARP)

    Innovation, agility and cost savings are the main reasons for migrating to the cloud, but the sustainability aspect as another driver is becoming increasingly important. Factors such as greater flexibility in terms of workload, better server utilization and a more energy-efficient infrastructure make the public cloud more cost-efficient than company-owned data centers.

    Supervisors: Lars Arnemann, M.Sc., Niklas Quernheim, M.Sc.

    Announcement as PDF

  • Generatives Design/KI für eine nachhaltige Produktentwicklung

    Generative design/AI for sustainable product development

    2022/09/21

    Bachelorthesis, Advanced Research Project (ARP)

    Generative design allows engineers to interactively specify their requirements, goals, materials and production processes. Using this information, an optimized design is automatically created, which can be used as a starting point for further development work or directly. Thus, sophisticated designs and innovative products can be developed in the shortest possible time.

    Supervisors: Lars Arnemann, M.Sc., Niklas Quernheim, M.Sc.

    Announcement as PDF

  • Digitaler Zwilling in der additiven Fertigung

    Digital Twin in Additive Manufacturing

    2022/08/01

    Masterthesis, Bachelorthesis, Advanced Design Project (ADP), Advanced Research Project (ARP)

    One of the main research areas at DiK is digital twins in additive manufacturing. In this area there are always sub-topics that can be worked on by student theses or HiWi's.

    Supervisor: Slim Krückemeier, M.Sc.

    Announcement as PDF