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Projects and master's thesis.

Master's students are required to complete one (2018 regulations) or two (2008 regulations) semester projects and one Master's thesis. The projects and the thesis are supervised by a professor of the Department (including adjunct professors ) or by a Download professor associated (PDF, 97 KB) vertical_align_bottom with the Department. Most projects are carried out under the guidance of, and in close contact with, a PhD student of the supervising professor. If two semester projects are carried out, to broaden your horizon, they should be carried out with two different professors.

Semester projects

A semester project should take about half of a student‘s time during one semester, i.e., about 300 to 400 hours has a duration of 14 weeks . It is possible to do a semester project in 7 weeks full-time outside a semester, but it is not recommended. The project includes an oral presentation and a written report, and it is graded. Before starting, the project must be registered in mystudies ("Projects/papers/theses").

Students from outside ETH are advised to pick and to start a semester project right at the beginning of their first semester at ETH and to take these projects seriously.

Master's thesis

The Master's degree programme concludes with a Master's thesis that lasts six months. The project includes an oral presentation and a written report (the Master's thesis), and it is graded. Before starting the project, the Master's thesis must be registered in mystudies ("Projects/papers/theses"). You will be admitted to the Master's thesis only if both semester projects (2008 regulations) are or one semester project (2018 regulations) is successfully completed.

Once the Master's thesis is successfully finished and all credits are obtained, students may request their diploma .

Information: Publication of Master Thesis in the Research Collection

Students have the possibility of publishing their master theses in the Research Collection . To publish master theses in the Research Collection, a letter of recommendation from the respective supervisor is needed. You can find further information on the webpage .

Semester project, Bachelor's and Master's theses offers at D-ITET:

If projects are taken, sometimes related projects may be available. Often, labs are willing to customize a project to match the students' interests. Many labs welcome students' own ideas for projects.

Below an overview of labs offering semester project and Master's thesis by specialisation:

  • chevron_right Communication Technology Laboratory
  • chevron_right Signal and Information Processing Laboratory
  • chevron_right Chair for Mathematical Information Science
  • chevron_right Computer Engineering and Networks Laboratory
  • chevron_right Computer Vision Laboratory
  • chevron_right Chair for Computer Science
  • chevron_right Computer Security Group
  • chevron_right Computer Architecture (SAFARI Research Group)
  • chevron_right Institute for Electronics
  • chevron_right Institute of Electromagnetic Fields
  • chevron_right Integrated Systems Laboratory
  • chevron_right Millimetre-wave Electronics Laboratory
  • external page call_made Laboratory for Thin Films and Photovoltaics at EMPA
  • chevron_right Photonics Laboratory

Semester/Master theses

Booklet Download Semester/Master's theses "Energy and Power Electronics" (PDF, 78.2 MB) vertical_align_bottom

  • chevron_right Advanced Power Semiconductor Laboratory
  • chevron_right Laboratory for High-power Electronics Systems
  • chevron_right Power Electronic Systems Laboratory
  • chevron_right High Voltage Laboratory
  • chevron_right Power Systems Laboratory
  • external page call_made Institute of Neuroinformatics
  • chevron_right Institute for Biomedical Engineering

For further ITET projects see external page SiROP website call_made .

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