Overview of Thesis Announcements
Digital Marketing & Service Marketing
- Can I help you? How much information do customers reveal to get a good service?
- Privacy at the customer interface
Human Resource Management & Future of Work
- Consequences of working from home
- Intergenerational differences in terms of employee work-life-balance
- Leadership in a digital and diverse working world: Do we need a new leadership style?
- New Perspectives of Human Resource Management: Facing the Challenges of the Covid-19 Crisis
- Privacy in Human Resource Management
- Working from home & work-life-balance
- Work Roles Today, Work Roles Tomorrow – Changes and Developments of Assistance and PMO Roles in Corporations
Digitalization & New Technologies
- Defining Artificial Intelligence
- Ethical aspects of supporting human work teams with technologies: An HR perspective
- Permanent digital availability in the crisis
- The use of new technologies and social learning – curse or blessing?
- What makes a team successful? Drivers of team performance in the digital age
- Could you Please Bring me a Cappuccino and the Status Report from last Week, Mr. Robot? – Evolution and Future Potentials of Various Team Roles in a Business Context
- Dear Diary, … – Evaluating and comparing measures for experimental designs
- Designing a field experiment with robots in a business context
- Face recognition in real-time
- Facial expression recognition in real-time and static images
- How does the disclosure of information by a service robot affect the perception of human-robot interaction?
- Keeping the “social touch” in human-robot teams
- Leadership of tomorrow. Can robots and AI serve as leaders in organizations?
- Text summarization for meeting minutes
You can find the formal guidelines for the design of written work in this department and general information on the topic of bachelor and master thesis, as well as on the student research projects we supervise in the Downloads-section on the right side or on the bottom of this page, respectively.
Dates of Presentation Seminar
After our students have handed in their written thesis, they present their thesis as part of our monthly presentation seminar.
The presentation dates are usually on the last Wednesday of the month at 3.20pm.
- 30th September 2020, 03.20pm, Zoom
- 28th October 2020, 03.20pm, Zoom
- 25th November 2020, 03.20pm, Zoom
- December omitted
- 27th January 2021, 03.20pm, Zoom
- 24th February 2021, 03.20pm, Zoom
- 31st March 2021, 03.20pm, Zoom