Theses and jobs for students at match

A significant part of the studies are the major final theses. The match offers bachelor's, study, and master's theses in all research areas of the institute. Additionally, we regularly advertise jobs for student assistants. If there is nothing suitable for you, but you are interested in one of the research topics, please write directly to the person in charge. A topic can usually be found. More information, forms, templates, and assistance can be found further below.

A significant part of the studies are the major final theses. The match offers bachelor's, study, and master's theses in all research areas of the institute. Additionally, we regularly advertise jobs for student assistants. If there is nothing suitable for you, but you are interested in one of the research topics, please write directly to the person in charge. A topic can usually be found. More information, forms, templates, and assistance can be found further below.

What the match offers

At match, we attach great importance to provide student an inspiring and supportive working environment. With us, you have the opportunity to be creative and help shape innovations. We also offer further training opportunities to promote personal and professional development during your studies (even abroad!).

Work@match:

  • Exciting topics in the fields of assembly, robotics and AI appication
  • Professional support and further training opportunities
  • Flexible working hours - tailored to your week and semester
  • Support and placement for stays abroad

Equipment@match:

  • Student workspace with decent PCs (Full RGB, NVIDIA RTX 3070 Ti), 4K screens and 3D mice
  • State-of-the-art robots, equipment and systems
  • Professional kicker table
  • Siemens EQ.900 fully automatic coffee machine with selected espresso and crema beans

Well-being@match:

  • Lunch together in the canteen or at Möbel Hesse (12:30 p.m.)
  • Regular student events (summer party, winter party, barbecue, Christmas tree installation)
  • Free match merchandise on special occasions
  • Regular newsletter on current events incl. match memes
  • Lots of cake

Research projects and theses

  • Bachelor/study/master thesis - Unsolicited application

    Unsolicited application for a bachelor/study/master thesis

    © Foto: Bodo Kremmin / LUH

    All listed calls for bachelor, student research projects or master theses are current. If you are interested in a topic, please write to the relevant contact person. If you are particularly interested in a research topic or a match project for which there is no call for applications, we would like to encourage you to send us an unsolicited application.

    Please write a short application by e-mail. In addition to a brief introduction, please state as precisely as possible what area of research you are interested in and how you became aware of the match. Please send your email to the contact person listed for each project. If you are not sure, you can also send your application to lehre@match.uni-hannover.de, stating the research topic.

  • Bachelor's thesis: Development of a carrier platform and an optimized end effector for additive manufacturing with mobile robots

    Development of a carrier platform and an optimized end effector for additive manufacturing with mobile robots

    In the innovative research area of the CRC TRR 277, we are revolutionizing the construction industry through the use of robot-based additive manufacturing processes with shotcrete. This groundbreaking project opens up new perspectives for component production by making it possible to dispense with traditional formwork while significantly improving material and energy efficiency. Autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) play a central role in this innovative context. They extend the workspace significantly beyond the limits of conventional production systems and offer considerable advantages thanks to their flexibility and mobility. This enables dynamic and adaptable production that can be implemented directly on construction sites or in variable environments.
    The aim of this bachelor thesis is to design a platform that enables the simple loading and assembly of barrels for additive manufacturing on a mobile robot. In addition, an end effector is to be developed that meets the specific requirements for additive manufacturing in our project and enables a quick and easy connection to the system.

    [Translate to English:] Voraussetzungen

    • Ability to work independently and in a structured manner
    • Very good knowledge of German or English
  • Master's thesis: Development of a real-time detection system for uneven ground for mobile robots

    Development of a real-time detection system for uneven ground for mobile robots

    As part of our research activities in the field of mobile robotics, we are looking for a motivated Master's student to develop an innovative system for real-time detection and compensation of variable ground conditions, especially on construction sites. The goal is to improve the precision of processes such as additive concrete printing by stabilizing the end effector position of the mobile robot.

    This Master's thesis not only offers the opportunity to put knowledge into practice but also to play an active role in shaping the construction technology of tomorrow. Take up the challenge of increasing precision and efficiency on construction sites through your work. Your research will not only enrich your academic career but will also make a valuable contribution to the advanced use of robotics in construction.

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    Further Theses

    Further theses can be found in the German version of this page.

Supervising external student projects

The offers in co-operation with external partners (companies) can be found under the current calls for tenders. If you would like the match to supervise work at a company, please follow the Guidelines for external work (link to german version).

HiWi-Job

  • HiWi job - Unsolicited application

    HiWi job Unsolicited application

    All listed advertisements for HiWi jobs are current. If you are interested in a topic, please write to the respective contact person. If a research topic or a project at match particularly appeals to you, for which there is no advertisement, we encourage you to submit an unsolicited application.

    Please write a short cover letter. In addition to a self-introduction, give us a concrete idea of what a student project could look like in terms of topic. Please send your application to the relevant contact person listed in the respective project. If in doubt, you can also send your application to lehre@match.uni-hannover.de, stating the research topic.

  • HiWi-Job - SPP2100 coordination assistant

    HiWi-Job - SPP2100 coordination assistant

    The Soft Robotics team at the Institute of Assembly Technology (match) is looking for a student assistant for 40 hours per month starting immediately for their project SPP2100 Priority Program.

    SPP2100 is a project funded by the DFG (German research foundation) and is a collaboration between 13 research groups from universities all over Germany, coordinated by the team at match.

    Your tasks

    ·         Acting as PR to the participating research groups

    ·         Website and social media maintenance

    ·         Assisting the team with organizational matters

    You bring with you

    ·         Experience in social media management (Instagram/Twitter)

    ·         Experience with Typo3

    ·         Excellent writing skills in English

    Please send applications and questions to garcia@match.uni-hannover.de

    Website : https://www.spp2100.de/

     

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    Further jobs can be found on the German version of this page.


For general requests please contact lehre@match.uni-hannover.de.