This page lists all student theses, on the one hand available ones and on the other hand already assigned or finished works. If you are interested in one of the topics, please contact the corresponding tutor whose contact information can be found in the staff section of our homepage. Of course, you are also free to suggest own topics which should be part of our general research and teaching foci. The following thesis topics are not complete but rather examples of current topics. On the projects website you can find an overview of the research activities conducted in our institute. If you are interested in one of the general topics it should always be possible to create a mini project or master thesis topic.
ZARM: BS/MS Theses
Affine Tuning is an iPhone app which creates a bidirectional connection between dance performance and music. Players can interact with […]. This term refers […]. All corpora treated […]. This installation unveils the hidden structure of radio communication happening via Wifi and Bluetooth when exposing its parasitological traces. It […].
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We welcome Master students who wish to write a thesis in English, can work well independently and have an interest in one of the topics in the research and teaching area of the IMG Chair. There is no accompanying seminar for master students, but you will be supervised through individual appointments. For a comprehensive overview of our requirements and the writing process, please read our thesis guidelines. All further information on the application process can be found in the following documents.
Together, the departments of Media Design at the University of the Arts and Media Computer Science at the University of Bremen span the fields of design, theory and new technology. The Media Design programme at the University of the Arts offer aspiring designers a thorough grounding in the artistic and functional application of digital media. Combining experimental and artistic elements with applied studies, they encourage young designers to reflect on the wider social contexts and impacts of emerging technologies, while equipping students with the know-how to express their artistic vision. The programme explore the new opportunities for communication and artistic expression created by digital media along with their cultural, social, historical and ethical contexts and impacts.