The topic to be dealt with in the Master's thesis will be proposed according to the research priorities of our employees in the subject area or will be written according to the current research interests of the subject area itself.
Subsequently, the topic of the Master's thesis is concretized in an introductory discussion with an employee.
Building on this, a structure and a short concept are to be drawn up, which in turn are coordinated with the responsible specialist staff member.
For many topics, it is possible to assign a Bachelor's thesis as a Master's thesis or vice versa if the task and the degree of difficulty are adapted accordingly.
Bachelor's and Master's theses are possible in the following subject areas, among others:
- Modeling and simulation of AD converters with Verilog-AMS and ScicosLab
- Circuit design and layout of high-voltage circuits on 65nm CMOS
- Circuit design and layout of AD converters on 65nm CMOS
- Modeling and Simulation of Class-S Amplifiers
If you are interested, please contact the staff of the Microelectronics Department in good time.
Which guidelines apply to external theses?
In the case of external theses, the microelectronics department follows the guidelines issued by the Fakultätentag für Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik e. V. (Faculty Day for Electrical Engineering and Information Technology).
Have we aroused your interest? Then contact one of our employees.