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Projects for students

We offer students Master's and BSc theses and internships at our center. Depending on the background and research interests, there is a wide range of projects.


BSc and MSc students are cordially invited to explore our research topics on our homepage.
We offer work topics from a wide range of different modern optical imaging methods in biomedical optics, as well as from the field of image and signal processing. Depending on your interest and background, the focus can either be more on experimental work, mechanics or electronics design, application of existing systems in clinics and pre-clinics, or on work on the computer. If you like a topic, send a copy of your curriculum vitae and a short letter of motivation to the head of the relevant research group.

Neuroprosthetics and Rehabilitation Engineering

In the field of Neuroprosthetics and Rehabilitation Engineering experts with technological and medical background work closely together. We invite BSc and MSc students from technical and medical universities with knowledge of the areas of measurement technology, mechanics, electronics, software development, and medicine who are interested in participating in our ongoing projects to contact us.

Quantitative Imaging and Medical Physics

The QIMP Team is open to continuously hosting students at BSc and MSc level to scientifically engage in cutting-edge research projects. Currently we focus on quantitative molecular imaging (incl. hybrid PET/CT, PET/MR and SPECT/CT), data analytics and AI-driven analysis of imaging and non-imaging data. If you would like to join our team, kindly send a statement of interest along with a copy of your CV to  Thomas Beyer. We will respond to all serious inquiries.

Magnetic Resonance

In the MR group there are possibilities to work on exciting research projects frequently avaiable as BSc. or MSc. student. Topics range from hardware development, MR imaging and spectroscopy and their applications in the brain, heart, kidneys or skeletal muscle. Take a look at our research topics and don’t hesitate to contact the MR-groups.