Bachelor, Study and Master Theses

Final Theses

These student projects are available, just contact the responsible person.

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Prof. Peter P. Pott
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Flakë Bajraktari
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Prof. Peter P. Pott
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Jan Liu
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Jan Liu
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Jan Liu
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Max Schäfer
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Max Schäfer
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Max Schäfer
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Max Schäfer
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Max Schäfer
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Max Schäfer
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Prof. Peter P. Pott
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Prof. Peter P. Pott
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Giuliano Giacoppo
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Prof. Peter P. Pott
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Prof. Peter P. Pott
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Prof. Peter P. Pott
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Entwicklung eines bipolaren Versiegelungs-Schneid-Instruments für die Neurochirurgie Ailinn Scheidl Prof. Peter P. Pott
Entwicklung eines gedruckten Lichtblattmikroskops basierend auf der OpenFlexure Stage Diletta Caciarella Prof. Peter P. Pott
Entwicklung einer Kniegelenksorthese auf Basis von Formgedächtnislegierungen Jana Reiser Prof. Peter P. Pott
Literaturrecherche KI-Methoden in der Medizin Evelyn Hennings Prof. Peter P. Pott
Ansteuerung eines rückwirkungsfreien haptischen Bedienelements Jörg Litz Prof. Peter P. Pott

Implementierung eines Adapters zur Aktuierung abwinkelbarer Instrumente in ein System für die roboterassistierte minimalinvasive Chirurgie

Johannes Meiringer Max Schäfer
Detection of Blood Vessels from IR Images using Convolutional Neural Networks Anthony Rahme Jan Liu, Flakë Bajraktari
Elektrische Charakterisierung von Gewebephantomen mit Hilfe von Impedanzmessungen Andreas Hess Jan Liu
Development of a vein detection and visualization method using an LED-matrix Lilia Karray Jan Liu
Virtual Reality in der endoskopischen Bildgebung Selina Eggstein Max Schäfer
Steuerung eines Medizinroboters mit einem haptischen 3D-Eingabegerät Moritz Hemmer Max Schäfer
DispoScope: Low-Cost Endoskop mit biegsamer Kinematik Madeleine Waltner Max Schäfer
Aufbau und Charakterisierung einer drahtlosen Endoskopiekamera mit geringer Latenz Johannes Waller Prof. Peter P. Pott
Entwicklung einer EMG-basierten Steuerung für ein Ellbogen-Exoskelett Sylvia Weymann Prof. Peter P. Pott
Funktions-Charakterisierung und Usability-Verbesserung eines mobilen Wecksystems Jennifer Tan Juliane Mayer

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Requirements for external master theses

The Institute for Medical Device Technology supports students of medical technology in the execution of external master theses [1] at cooperating companies. Usually, these topics are developed in the context of jointly conducted projects. In exceptional cases, however, completely external topics can be worked on upon request.

The definition of a topic has to be done with care. Under no circumstances should the topic be a hidden internship or a simple service ("Hiwi-Job"). If, for example, the measurement procedure has already been determined and the sensors have already been purchased, "Construction of a test stand for the investigation of..." is not a suitable topic. Also, it is only of limited use to write the Master's thesis at the company where the mandatory internship was completed, as the study is intended to serve as a training and to gain as much experience as possible.

The best approach is to start with a hypothesis (e.g. "It is possible to measure the parameter X with sufficient accuracy and dynamics in order to achieve Y."), set up an experiment, test bench or functional model and then verify the hypothesis in a key experiment or characterization. The work is carried out under supervision and the candidate can make his or her own decisions. This means that there must be different options for a solution.

The following points must therefore be critically considered:

  • First, define a hypothesis.
  • Only one A-problem may [2] have to be processed. At the beginning, all decisive ambiguities must not be eliminated.
  • The solution space must contain more than one potential solution.
  • The student must be free in finding the solution. It must be possible to carry out the work openly.
  • The problem must be so important for the company that it provides sufficient resources for support and, if necessary, for the construction of a demonstrator, but it must not be so important that the result has a direct influence on the turnover and must be available by a certain date.
  • The creativity of the student must be used.
  • The company must have a staff member pointed out who regularly (e.g. once per week) discusses with the student.
  • The company must accept that the student will give one or two intermediate presentations and the final lecture at the University of Stuttgart. The contents can be designed in a way that IP is protected. An NDA can be negotiated.

[1] Bachelor- and student research projects are always conducted internally at Stuttgart University.

[2] A, B and C problems are distinguished. For the latter, a solution exists and is immediately available. For B problems it is clear that there is a solution, but it must be procured or specifically adapted. With A problems it is certain that there can be a solution, but this solution is new and must be developed.

Procedure

  1. You contact us with a proposed topic (in writing, max. one page), we will arrange a meeting date.
  2. We will discuss the topic with you and - if there is still a need for clarification - involve the company.
  3. You negotiate an employment contract with the company.
  4. You register the topic and process it. The maximum processing time is 6 months (see Prüfungsordnung).
  5. When you sign the registration form, you will receive a brochure from us containing all the important information on processing, the written part, and the presentations we expect you to give.
  6. At about half time we will visit you and you will give an interim presentation. During this we will clarify the current state of affairs and discuss next steps and expectations.
  7. In the second half of the session, you will give an interim presentation at the IMT – after consultation with the company.
  8. You will give your final presentation at the IMT approximately two weeks after handing in your work.
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