Ecoinformatics, Biometrics and Forest Growth

Master thesis topics offers





For students of Applied Informatics:




1. Design of a flexible web-based identification code for forest insects on the basis of formal concept analysis

2. Development and test of a rule-based soil-root-model

3. Design and evaluation of an artificial life system with co-evolving plants and animals under intrinsic adaption and realized with XL

4. Extension of the programming language Java by a concept for carrying units of measurement

5. Wrapper Components for Multi-Language Scientific Software

6. Construction of surface meshes from digitized point clouds of tree trunks

7. Rule-based simulation of dendritic Structures from Cupric Chloride Di-hydrate










For students of forest sciences:




1. Development and test of a rule-based soil-root-modell

2. Comparison of virtual trees, generated by two different simulation models

3. Construction of surface meshes from digitized point clouds of tree trunks

4. R as GIS - Investigations of the state of the art










Master thesis are offered mainly in the fields of


  • Geographic Information Systems
  • Geostatistics and spatial predictions
  • Sampling methods and forest inventory
  • Plant modelling
  • Computer graphics
  • Image analysis
  • Rule-based programming
  • Growth modelling
  • Artificial life




If you are interested don't hesitate to contact a corresponding staff member.