Available topics for Bachelor & Master theses and Project Studies

General Information

  • Cycle: anytime
  • Period of time : Bachelor thesis 12 weeks (12 ECTS), Master thesis 20 weeks (30 ECTS), Diploma thesis 3 or 6 months, Project studies over 1-2 semesters with 2-5 master students (18 ECTS)
  • "Lunch meets Abschlussarbeiten"
  • Procedure: The thesis will be coached by a research associate and guided by the professor.
  • Application: If you are interested in writing your thesis / project study about any topic, please contact one research associate via e-mail, ideally justifying and demonstrating your interest in the selected research topic. Please attach your current CV and grade sheet from FlexNow (simple print out) in order to better match the precise topic to the associates' area of interests. In order to properly arrange your supervision, we ask you to approach only one potential supervisor at a time and not to contact others until you have received an answer.
  • Note: A high level of commitment and diligence is expected. It is very important to follow the guidelines of scientific research!

Contact:
Faculty of Economic Sciences
Chair of Information Management

Prof. Dr. Lutz M. Kolbe
Platz der Göttinger Sieben 5
37073 Göttingen
Tel. +49 (0)551 / 39-24440

lkolbe@uni-goettingen.de
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Topics for Bachelor, Master and Diploma theses

DTRC Digital Transformation Research Center SMRG Smart Mobility Research Group DHRG Digital Health Research Group B Bachelor Thesis M Master Thesis P Project Studies

Research Group Name* Basic Literature Type of Research Type Contact Info

DHRG

Flipping the Context - How to adress the sustainability of COVID 19 digital health initiatives

Gunasekeran et al. (2021), Sahay, Sein and Urquhart (2017) Literature Analysis, Conceptual Literature Review M Greve

SMRG

Kann Strom mehr sein als Grün? – Veganer Strom

Framework Development, Literature Analysis B M Harnischmacher

DHRG

Review of Privacy-Preserving AI techniques in healthcare

Literature Review B M Aslan

SMRG

The Perception of Conversational-Agent-Human-Interaction: Attribution Theory

Brendel et al. (2020), Seeger et al. (2018), Feine et al. (2019) Experiment B M Bührke

SMRG

Technostress in the context of in-vehicle information systems/dating portals/further areas

M Dr. Nastjuk

DHRG

Experimental conceptualization of a voice recovery data breach strategy: a co-creation perspective.

Karande et al. (2007), Xu et al. (2014) Experiment M Diesterhöft

SMRG

***Individual CA experiments based on actual SMRG research activities***

Brendel et al. (2020), Seeger et al. (2018), Feine et al. (2019) Experiment B M P Bührke

SMRG

The dark side of digitalization

M Dr. Nastjuk

SMRG

Hit or Flop: Predicting innovation diffusion through what the media says about an innovation

M Dr. Nastjuk

SMRG

Information Security & Compliance - An overview of current topics can be found here

B M Masuch

DHRG

Does it predominate data protection considerations? Loss-framed incentives in healthcare

Hossain and List (2015) Experimental Study M Diesterhöft

SMRG

Discovering trending topics in the news and the emotions surrounding these topics

M Dr. Nastjuk

SMRG

Old ideas end up in university textbooks: a look at the topics covered in university textbooks and the frequency they appear in academic and practitioner literatures

M Dr. Nastjuk

*Unsolicited application: If you have ideas, suggestions or concepts for your own topics, please contact one of the persons listed above at any time. Ideally, your topic should match the research areas of the respective academic staff member.


Last update: 13.04.2021