Projects that we offer for master and bachelor students

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External ressources
- Course on scientific writing
Thesis template, courtesy of Prof. Holger Dell 
Guidelines for bachelor thesis (B.S. bioinformatics)
Guidelines for master thesis (M.S. bioinformatics)


Completed Master Theses

- Hoang Tu Ngo (2020), Understanding human visual perception by finding similarities between fMRI brain data and deep neural networks.

- Elias Poensgen (2021), Cross-Modal Learning and Generation using Generative Adversarial Nets.

- Lukas Licitar (2021), How does a new automated AI-technology change the role in client engagement, by SAP Concur and is it possible to derive a direct increase in revenue? Possible conclusion from KPIs and analysis. (At SAP Concur)

- Teresa Werthmann (2021), Ethical assessment of AI systems in healthcare: A use case.

- Frederike Laufenberg (2021), Ethical assessment of AI systems in healthcare: A use case.

- Daniel Pietschmann (2021), Single-task and multi-task transfer learning in a multi-source context.

- Yannic Vorpahl (2021), Single-task and multi-task transfer learning in a multi-source context.

- David Lüdke (2022). Neural Flow-based Deformations for Statistical Shape Modelling. (At Zuse Institute Berlin)



Completed Bachelor Theses

- Felix Nonnengießer (2020), Glancing at Images: Foveated Neural NetworksWith Recurrent Visual Attention for Image Recognition.

- Marius Bange (2020), Vimotion - A Webapp for emotion based matching of audio and video.

- Quang Anh Hong (2021), Influence of Training Dataset Resemblance to Stimulus Set on Prediction Accuracy of Brain Activity.

- Nizar Bikti (2021), Visual Features: Their Extraction and Linear Correlation to Emotional Dimensions.

- Carla Frenzel (2021), Predicting Human Brain Activity During Language Processing with the Help of Computational Language Processing Models.

- Sandesh Baral (2021), Keypoints regression of dance poses with Openpose and Neural networks based dance classification methods.

- Shivan Oskan (2021), A Web App to Analyse the Impact of Dance Videos on Emotion Perception by Viewing and Mood Regulation by Imitation.

- Yusuf Baran (2021), Which characteristics of a dance are responsible for the emotion the spectator feels?

- Domenic Bersch (2021), Towards a general library for deep learning models to understand the architecture of the visual cortex.

- Bipul Mani Pokhrel (2021), Feature Comparison of BERT Transfer Learning with autoencoder language models.

- Tomislav Vrdoljak (2021), A Machine Learning Approach Using Deep Learning to Evaluate Epileptic Treatment Based on EEG Data. (With Prof. Jochen Triesch)

- Max Krawietz (2021), Do Machine Learning classifiers have an innate fairness?

- Dirk Neuhäuser (2021), Contrastive Learning of Object Representations.

- Ali Poursotoudeh Tehrani (2021), Do Convolutional Neural Networks Encode Numerosity Information?

- Jonas Roemer (2022), Application of Genetic Algorithms to Generative Adversarial Networks.

Snizhana Fedchenko (2022). Management of Machine Learning Models for Estimation of Flight Risk of Employees. (At Merk KGaA)

- Tra Mi Thi Tran (2022), The influence of dataset biases on classification fairness.

- Matthias Fulde (2022). Predicting Neural Responses to Naturalistic Videos using Multimodal deep neural networks.



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