Student Projects

 
We are looking forward to supervise students for their Bachelor and Master theses. A Master Thesis typically takes six months, a Bachelor Thesis four months. Students demonstrate in their thesis that they are capable of working independently in a scientifically structured way. The knowledge students have acquired during their studies should be used to do research on an actual scientific problem. Each thesis includes an oral presentation and a written report, and it is graded.
 
Completed Theses 2016:

  • Philipp Schullerus: Future Store – Eine Analyse der Einsatzmöglichkeiten von digitalen Technologien im Lebensmitteleinzelhandel
  • Matthias Graf: Kundenakzeptanz der 3D-Bodyscantechnologie in der Bekleidungsbranche
  • Henry Galis: Business model in next generation retail
  • Lauren Demaurex: How Technology is Transforming Physical Retail – Current Shopping Behaviour and Future Trends in Grocery Stores
  • Ioannis Michalopoulos: Successful Value Activities in the Retail Industry
  • Veronica Schärer: Business Model Analysis of FinTech companies
  • Nikolaos Kardasis: Business Model Analysis of Blockchain FinTech companies
  • Annabelle Bockwoldt: Correlating 24h Recalls and Loyalty Logs
  • Philip Stroisch: Physical Products as Service End-Points – Development and Field Study Evaluation of an Internet of Things Application for the Provision of Product-Related Services
  • Christina Paschou: Business Model Analysis of Investment Management FinTech companies
  • Jonas Muff: Business Model Analysis of Israeli Blockchain FinTech companies
  • Alexander Gerdes: Open Innovation in the Age of Big Data – An Analysis of a Blockchain-based Approach for Overcoming Data Protection Barriers and its Effect on the Customers’ Disclosure of Personal Data
  • Pascal Fritzen: Self Checkout
  • Verena Schmidt: Business Model Analysis of Wealth Management FinTech companies
  • Colin Yao: A Multi-Phase Safety System for Real Walking in Virtual Environments
  • Philip Stroisch: Development and Field Study Evaluation of an Internet of Things Application for the Provision of Product-Related Services