Our chair offers the opportunity to write bachelor and master theses on current research topics in the field of technology and innovation management.
„The thesis is an examination paper and at the same time part of research education. With the thesis the candidate shows, that she/he is able to solve a research problem from her/his study program in a limited time by her-/himself."
Below you will find details for your application, all necessary requirements and how to work out a topic for your thesis. In our guidelines we have summarized the most important points for writing a thesis.
Before arranging the first interview appointment, students are asked to send the following papers solely to abschlussarbeiten(at)tim.tu-berlin.de
Depending on the resources of our staff members, a supervisor will contact you personally to make an interview appointment with you. Otherwise, a notice about a lack of capacities will be communicated as soon as possible.
Applications directly sent to our staff members will not be considered.
If your want to write a Bachelor or Master thesis at our chair, you have to had lectures in the following modules:
For bachelor theses:
For master theses:
At the moment our capacity to supervise thesis projects in the field of project management has reached its limit. Subsequently, we can only accept applications on open project management topics, if there is no open topic published at the moment plaese apply for thesis projects in fields other than project management.
Applications for topics in innovation and technology management are still welcome.
Recommended sources for preparing your thesis:
Birgit's current research analyzes de relationship between designed space and creativity, looking at functions and consequences of both physical and virtual space in creative and innovation processes.
Current possible topics for theses are:
Please reach out to Birgit if you're interested in pursuing this direction of research in your thesis.
My capacity to supervise any kind of new theses is currently exhausted. New theses are expected to be available in summer / autumn (August - September) 2021. No consultation or confirmation on supervision can be made in advance.
Felix Pinkow supervises theses within the field of innovation management and technology management. His main focus is on the topics of creativity in the innovation process and sources of innovative/creative behavior. Theses that can be assigned to these topics are preferred at the moment, for example:
Upon consulation, further topics in the field of innovation management and technology management are possible, as well as topics related to the courses held by the TIM-Chair.
Suggested basic literature:
Philip Emmerich supervises final theses in the following areas: