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Advantages of thesis supervision by the FZI
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Young talents in research at the FZI in figures
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My thesis is integrated into a real research project. It is really fantastic that I can contribute my own ideas. I can also define the way I solve the issues in my thesis myself, and my supervisor and other students from my team always support me with constructive and helpful feedback.
I decided to write my thesis with the FZI because I was convinced by the range of relevant, practice-oriented research topics – linked with theoretical issues through the close cooperation with KIT. It was the right decision! The supervision was also reliable and competent.
I really appreciated the collaboration and scientific exchange at the FZI already as a student – first as a research assistant, then as an intern, and later as a master's student. The exciting insight into research was a valuable addition to my studies and had a great influence on my path after graduation: I wanted to stay committed to science – and got the chance to do so at the FZI!
Fields of application in which we (co-)supervise final theses
Insights into working at the FZI during your studies
Space for Research
Our excellent technical infrastructure and the competent support provided by our research scientists enable our students at the FZI to do research at the highest level.
In the video: FZI employees and open day guests
Together with our students, we regularly participate in competitions – such as the Audi Autonomous Driving Cup, in which they develop fully automated driving functions and the necessary software architectures.
Team AlpaKa on the winner’s podium at the Audi Autonomous Driving Cup
The topics of the theses we (co-)supervise are always particularly practical: Marc, for example, developed a concept for the use of autonomous driving in a ride at Europa-Park.
In the video: Marc Schindewolf, former Master’s Student at the FZI