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We are always looking for motivated and interested research and development staff. Please feel free to contact the group’s coordinator.

Master by Applied Research (MAPR)

The MAPR programme provides a higher qualification in research and development for selected students. The MAPR programme is based on a joint research project with a partner from industry.

If you are interested in the MAPR programme please contact the group’s coordinator.

Further information about the study programme can be found here.

Final year theses

Transparancy in the production with microservice systems for big data analytics

Participating in a public funded research project the Distributed Systems Group offers several Final year theses in the context of big data analytics in production systems and its required distributed software architectures.
Please find details here. (German only, for english information please contact us directly)

Smart seal (Smarte Warensicherung)

Please find details here.

Semantic models for IT governance

Current situation

IT Systems are vital for business today. IT Governance Frameworks have been specifically designed to guarantee the correct implementation, configuration and maintenance of IT Systems, but also to protect IT systems against internal and external attacks or problems caused by accidental misuse. These IT Governance Frameworks have normally a high volume in terms of written text and therefore it is a time consuming task to combine them with other frameworks, for example ISO standards.


A semantic model of the IT Governance Framework COBIT shall be created and tested. COBIT is a framework owned and maintained by ISACA, the International Association of IT Auditors, Information Security Managers and IT Governance Experts and based on the experience of renowned experts world-wide.


The research work is carried out in cooperation with the ISACA Germany Chapter’s GxP Expert Group. Ability to conduct research and development projects independently. Interest in working together with other research disciplines.

Please find details here.