FAQ - Thesis in HCI Group
On this page you can find answers for common questions regarding Bachelor or Master theses at the HCI group (Prof. Rukzio). Theses at the Games/Automotive group (Prof. Weber) work much in the same way. If you want information on theses at the Visual Computing group (Prof. Ropinski), you can look here.
If you have any additions, corrections or find dead links, please contact:
Sigrid Duschek (in.mi[at]uni-ulm.de)
This page was last changed on 20. December 2018. We try to keep the information as current and accurate as possible, but the current exam regulations of the University will always take precendence over this content here!
Information for students
Please note that the full FAQ page is currently only available in German. The internal page will be translated step by step.
For now, here are the most important documents you might need for your thesis:
- To register your thesis, you will need the admission form from here.
- All of the HCI theses start with a short exposee/proposal that describes your plan for the entire project. An example for an outline can be found here.
- If you want to know how your submission will be graded, a grading scheme can be found here.
- Please note that your thesis is your responsibility. Your advisor will try to help you to make the most out of it, but time management, any progress and the final results are your job. If you are unsure of what is expected of you, take a look at the grading scheme above or talk to your advisor beforehand. Once your thesis is submitted, you are committed to its results!