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Here you can find offers and contact details for diversified student assistant jobs, interesting bachelor and master theses and seminar papers as well as the contact address for your application as research assistant.

Research Assistant

Please send your comprehensive application for research assistant to this address:

Institut für Akustik und Bauphysik
Abteilung Ganzheitliche Bilanzierung
Wankelstraße 5
70563 Stuttgart

Phone: 0711 / 48 99 99 – 21 (Department management)
Fax: 0711 / 48 99 99 – 11
E-Mail: matthias.fischer@[SPAM-SCHUTZ - bitte entfernen]

Student Assistant

Literature research, project work, creation of presentation documents

Contact person: Ursula Schüle

Since we are interested in long-term cooperation this opens an interesting perspective for bachelor and master theses.

The University of Stuttgart would like to increase the number of women in the scientific field of work; that is why we are especially interested in receiving applications from women.

We support preferential employment of severely handicapped persons with equal qualifications.

Bachelor and master theses

The vacancies bachelor and master theses are addressed generally to the engineering students. In single cases the scientific works can be written by the students of other fields of study. Please contact the responsible supervising tutor to discuss the details.

Current open jobs

The requests for further themes can be sent to gabi@[SPAM-SCHUTZ - bitte entfernen]

General information

Generally the themes for bachelor and master theses can be discussed with the responsible supervising tutor. The themes specified in this section could be changed to some extent according to personal interests/goals of the student.

We would like to animate the students to contact our colleagues concerning your thesis. On our website you can find each of our basic field of research the responsible contact person, who would discuss your ideas with you. You are welcome to call us at any time!

Contact person for student assistants' theses: Ursula Schüle