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Module [Module Number] Masterarbeit Information Systems [1277MMISY1]
Regular Cycle Start is possible at any date
Teaching Form Thesis
Teaching Language German / English
Instructors Various (see below)
KLIPS No KLIPS registration required, please contact a supervisor directly


Available Supervisors

Master theses are supervised by one or two of these examiners:

  • Prof. Dr. Stefan Seidel
  • Dr. Janek Richter
    • Digital transformation and organizational change with and through digital technology
    • Dynamic digital capabilities and agility
    • Innovative research methods (e.g. generative AI as a research assistant)
  • Dr. Katharina Drechsler 
    • Digital Innovation and Transformation
    • Innovation Actors, especiallz Innovation Champions, Entrepreneurs, Chief Digital Officers
    • Digital Technologies: Industrial loT, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain
  • Christian Hovestadt
    • Organizational Routines
    • Digital Agents
    • Future of Work

Each supervisor has expertise and interest in different areas of research that broadly fall into one of three Topic Areas (see below). You can familiarize yourself with supervisors' research and find contact information on their profile website. Please contact us accordingly with your topic proposal. 

Application Process

Candidates should prepare a short thesis proposal either based on one of the topic areas provided below or a related area (see Topic Areas). Initial proposals should be sent to a supervisor that is associated with the topic area. Contact information can be found at the supervisors's profile. Candidates will develop a concrete topic together with their supervisor (this process may take several weeks depending on how much revision is necessary). Once agreement between the candidate and supervisor has been reached, the thesis can be registered at the WiSo Examination Office and the working time begins. Please hand in your proposal in due time.

Topic Areas

We offer a variety of relevant and exciting research problems for students to work on. Broadly, these problems fall into the three areas of Systems Development & Software Engineering Practices in the Digital Age, Digital Solutions for a Sustainable Future, and Digital Innovation, Transformation and Entrepreneurship. Detailed information on the offered topic areas can be found below.


Systems Development & Software Engineering Practices in the Digital Age

Systems Development & Software Engineering Practices in the Digital Age