Bachelor & Master Theses

Interested in a bachelor or master thesis?

Interested in a bachelor/master thesis?
Please apply here: https://s-lotus.gwdg.de/mpg/mhas/interns_2018.nsf/registration

Direct contact with individual staff members at the institute is also possible.
If you are not an undergraduate student from Heidelberg University or neighbouring universities, please get in touch via email with a staff member.

Titel
Type
Department
Supervisor
Start
Magneto Rotational Instability in Protoplanetary disks
M/B
PSF
Hubert Klahr
now
Linear stability analysis of proto-planetary accretion disks
M/B
PSF
Hubert Klahr
now
Formation of giant planets from large planetesimals
M/B
PSF
Hubert Klahr
now
Mapping our Milky Way
M/B
GC
Hans-Walter Rix
anytime
The enviroment of AGN host galaxies in CARS
M/B
GC
Bernd Husemann
anytime
Experiments on interstellar ice evolution
M/B
PSF
Cornelia Jäger
starting from spring-time
Modelling stellar spectral line formation
M/B
GC
Anish Amarsi
anytime
The build-up of galactic nuclei
M/B
GC
Nadine Neumayer
anytime
Stray light analysis of METIS, an IR instrument for the
Extremely Large Telescope
M/B
PSF
Peter Bizenberger
asap
Galactic archeology
M/B
GC
Maria Bergemann
anytime
Stellar spectroscopy
M/B
GC
Maria Bergemann
anytime
Stellar physics and cosmic nucleosynthesis
M/B
GC
Maria Bergemann
anytime
Astronomical instrumention at highest angular resolution
(ELT, AO, VLTI, ...)
M/B
GC
Jörg-Uwe Pott
anytime
Studying black hole environments (observational astronomy)
M/B
GC
Jörg-Uwe Pott
anytime
Turbulence proto-planetary accretion disks
M/B
PSF
Hubert Klahr
now
Modeling dust in proto-planetary accretion disks
M/B
PSF
Hubert Klahr
now
Giant Planet Formation via Disk Fragmentation
M/B
PSF
Hubert Klahr
now
Baroclinic Instability in Protoplanetary disks
M/B
PSF
Hubert Klahr
now
Advancing Adaptive Optics for the E-ELT: astronomical instrumentation
M/B
GC
Jörg-Uwe Pott
now
Measuring quasars at highest NIR resolution
M/B
GC
Jörg-Uwe Pott
now
Exoplanet characterization studies
M/B
PSF
Néstor Espinoza
anytime
Chemical evolution inference - neutron star merger
M
GC
Jan Rybizki
Hans-Walter Rix
anytime
Chemical evolution of planet-forming disks
M
PSF
Dr. Dmitry Semenov
anytime
Stellar halos and stellar streams of disc galaxies
M/B
GC
Tobias Buck
anytime
Dark matter halos in hydrodynamical simulations
M/B
PSF
Tobias Buck
anytime
Exoplanets Atmospheres: Retrieving Molecular Fingerprints in High Resolution Spectra
M
PSF
Paul Mollière
anytime

Further Opportunities

In addition to the projects listed above, very talented and motivated students are also encouraged to directly contact Prof. Dr. Henning for the PSF department, and Prof. Dr. Meisenheimer or any other staff member for the GC department. Specially tailored projects can usually be arranged for exceptional candidates.

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