Open topics for Master's and Bachelor's theses
Currently, we are offering the following topics for Bachelor's and Master's thesis topics. If you have a specific interest or a concrete idea for a topic related that is a aligned to the research areas of our group, we will be happy to discuss your ideas and defined a suitable thesis topic on a case by case basis.
Please get in touch with the contact person stated in the table below for more details.
External theses: Our group maintains cooperations with academic and industrial research groups in Europa and beyond. We will also announce these possibilities below. Please note that we are not interested in supervising external Master's theses unless there is an established cooperation.
|FPGA Acceleration of Shallow Water Simulations (follow up project to a recently completed thesis possible)||MSc||Tobias Kenter|
|Targeted Overclocking on FPGAs||MSc||Michael Laß|
|Higher-Order Submatrix Methods||MSc||Robert Schade|
|BSc||Lukas Mazur, Carsten Bauer, Christian Plessl|
|Detection of Pathological HPC Jobs (automated runtime and post-execution analysis, instrumentation, monitoring)||MSc||Christian Plessl|
Currently Running Projects
|MPI Communication Benchmarking with Julia||MSc||Carsten Bauer, Christian Plessl|
|Profiling and Optimization of Energy Efficiency of Deep Neural Network Inference on FPGA||MSc||Christian Plessl|
Recently Completed Projects
|Tomasulo Simulator Web Application||MSc||Heinrich Riebler, Christian Plessl|
|Entwicklung und Optimierung eines Designs zur Berechnung der Autokorellationsfunktion auf FPGAs||BSc||Tobias Kenter|
|Checkpointing and Restarting of HPC Computations||MSc||Lukas Mazur|
|Sparse BiCGSTAB Solver Library Implementation for Intel and Xilinx FPGAs||MSc||Tobias Kenter|
|HPC Job-Data Analysis||MSc||Robert Schade, Christian Plessl|
Massively Parallel 4D Stencil Computations in Julia
|MSc||Carsten Bauer, Lukas Mazur, Christian Plessl|
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Prof. Dr. Christian Plessl