Bachelor and master topics

Open topics

We are working at the Institute for Experimental Particle Physics (ETP) on the Belle II experiment in Japan, as well as beam-dump experiments, and software development. We offer bachelor and master topics in multiple different areas including data analysis, (real-time) algorithm development and machine learning, simulation studies for new experiments, and detector development for ultrafast scintillation detectors. Some of the topics are offered in cooperation with the groups of Prof. Quast, Prof. Klute and Prof. Husemann, and with groups at the Institute for Data Processing and Electronics (IPE), the Institute for Information Processing ­Technologies (ITIV), and the Institute for Theoretical Particle Physics (TTP).

Note that you must be a student at KIT and enrolled in either the "Bachelorstudiengang Physik" (Bachelor of science: physics) or "Masterstudiengang Physik" (Master of science: physics). You can find more information here.

A list of topics can be found below. If you have your own ideas please do not hesitate to discuss them with us!

List of bachelor thesis topics: Link

List of master thesis topics: Link

Please get in touch with via email at torben.ferber@kit.edu!