Theses

Perceptual User Inferfaces

Please find below a list of currently available student projects (for Master theses, Bachelor theses, and research immersion labs). If you are interested in one of the projects please ask the potential main supervisor for further details.

 

If you are interested in our group's work but cannot find an interesting topic on this list, feel free to get in touch and discuss further options or even propose your own ideas. More information about the Perceptual User Inferfaces group and its members can be found on the group website.

Real-time self-calibration system for wearable eye trackers

Distribution: 10% literature, 30% algorithms, 60% implementation
Requirements: Python/Cython programming skills, basic knowledge in computer vision
Supervisor:Andreas Bulling, Campus E1.4, room 628, E-mail: bulling@mpi-inf.mpg.de

Exploring Spaces

Distribution: 20% literature, 40% study design and data collection, 20% classification algorithm, 20% model evaluation
Requirements: Background or strong interest in experimental psychology, background in machine lerning and statistics.
Supervisor:Andreas Bulling, Campus E1.4, room 628, E-mail: bulling@mpi-inf.mpg.de

Stereotypes and Gaze

 

Distribution: 20% Literature, 40% Study Design and Data Collection, 30% Feature extraction and selection algorithms, 10% Data Analysis

Requirements: Interest in psychological research, knowledge of or interest in study design, background in machine learning and statistics.

Supervisor:Andreas Bulling, Campus E1.4, room 628, E-mail: bulling@mpi-inf.mpg.de

What you see is not what you feel

 

Distribution: 30% literature, 30% study design and data collection, 10% feature extraction and selection algorithms, 30% data analysis.

Requirements: Interest in psychological research, knowledge of or interest in study design, background in machine learning and statistics.

Supervisor:Andreas Bulling, Campus E1.4, room 628, E-mail: bulling@mpi-inf.mpg.de