Scientific AI Hamprecht Lab, IWR, Heidelberg University



We offer a supportive environment, and MINT-minorities are welcome!

BSc, MSc theses

BSc and MSc students are full team members and have a working place in the lab. Science is infinite (hence we always have a long list of open questions) but unfortunately lab space isn’t. As a consequence, we can only offer a finite number of theses at any one time.

Without exception, our thesis topics are connected to our own research, and by extension to things unknown. The ideal topic has a down-to-earth part (less exciting, but with very high chance of success) and a freestyle part (more difficult and higher risk, but also more exciting and with more space for creative contributions).

Besides the advising PI, most undergraduate students are also mentored by a PhD student in day to day work.

We try and find a good match between person and topic: To let you build on your strengths and experience, but also let you learn new things and give you space to grow. To apply, write to Fred Hamprecht with a short description of your interests plus CV and transcripts. MINT minorities (including female students and first-generation students) are particularly welcome!