Bachelor and Master Thesis
We offer a variety of cutting-edge and exciting research topics for Bachelor's and Master's theses. We cover a wide range of topics from Data Science, Natural Language Processing, Argument Mining, the Use of AI in Business, Ethics in AI and Multimodal AI. We are always open to suggestions for your own topics, so please feel free to contact us. We supervise students from all disciplines of business administration, business informatics, computer science and industrial engineering.
Example topics could be:
- Conversational Artificial Intelligence in Insurance and Finance
- Natural Language Processing for Understanding Financial Narratives: An Overview
- Ethics at the Intersection of Finance and AI: A Comprehensive Literature Review
- Explainable Natural Language Processing for Credit Risk Assessment Models: A Literature Review
Q1: How many pages do I need to write?
A: In general, the number of pages is only a poor indicator of the quality of a thesis. However, as a rule of thumb, bachelor theses should have around 30 pages, while master theses should be around 60 pages of main content (that is, without the appendix and lists of tables, symbols, figures, references etc.).
Q2: How often should I meet with my supervisor?
A: Your supervisors are typically very busy people. However, don't hesitate to ask in case you have questions. For instance, if you are unsure of some requirements, or in case you have methodological problems, it is absolutely necessary to talk to your supervisor. As a rule of thumb, you should meet at least three times (once in the beginning, once in the middle, and once before the submission).
Q3: Am I allowed to use any AI models in the process of writing my thesis?
A: In general, we neither forbid nor recommend the use of AI for writing support. However, if you use AI, please inform your supervisor. Also, you need to adhere to the recommendations on the use of AI writing assistants given by the faculty.
Q4: How much time do I have?
A: The exact timing is dependent on your study program! Thus, please check the examination requirements before the official start of your thesis -- you are responsible for sticking to the rules.