Neue Masterarbeit Ausschreibungen

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Nachfolgend finden Sie einige neue Masterarbeit Ausschreibungen:


Student Internship (or Master Thesis) in Rheology experiments for Life Science Applications (6–12 months, as of April 2021 or later):

Student Internship (or Master Thesis) in Cytomass Development for Life Science Applications (6-12 months, as of April 2021 or later):

Master’s Project 2021

The main focus of my laboratory is to study the pathological mechanisms leading to congenital muscle disorders, with particular emphasis on changes occurring in the skeletal muscle of patients. […]

Nanotextile Master thesis

Mechanical properties of «pseudo-woven» electrospun nanofiber mats:

Call for Master’s Thesis Project in Atmospheric Science

Detection of Highly Reactive Compounds in Aerosol Particles as an Indicator for Particle Toxicity

Description: A recent study by the World Health Organisation estimates that 1 in 8 deaths globally are a result of air pollution exposure. Aerosol particles are the most toxic component of air pollution, and despite a wealth of evidence linking aerosol exposure to a range of diseases and respiratory conditions, the mechanisms responsible for this are poorly understood. A growing body of evidence suggests that highly reactive chemical compounds present in aerosol particles may play a crucial role in determining their toxicity. Detecting highly reactive chemical species poses an analytical-chemical challenge due to their high reactivity, low ambient concentration and inherently short lifetime; therefore new, innovative techniques are required to detect these chemical species and determine their influence on air pollution toxicity. […]

Master Thesis Proposal

Effect of bending-related phenomena on the spectrum profile of the fundamental mode in an optical fiber


In minimally invasive surgeries, it is often required to use non-rigid instruments in order to maximize accessible regions. However, the main drawback of using flexible tools is the higher risk of damaging non- target tissues as there is uncertainty about their shape. Consequently, an accurate tracking system is needed. Shape sensors based on Fiber Bragg Gratings (FBG) are suitable for this task, because they are small, biocompatible, immune to electromagnetic interference, and require no line of sight.

One of the most recent types of these sensors is based on edge-FBGs, where the Bragg gratings are inscribed on the edge of the core in a single-mode optical fiber using point-by-point femtosecond laser technology. The amplitude ratio of the edge-FBGs is sensitive not only to external perturbations but also to the spectral change of the propagated mode inside the fiber. Therefore, the main challenge is to estimate and correct the effect of spectral instability on the performance of these sensors. […]