Bachelor's and Master's Theses

The Software Architecture Group offers topics for bachelor's (Practical Course with Bachelor's Paper) and master's theses in the areas of software design, software technologies, software architecture and software development. The following list contains a number of current suggestions for topics. To discuss one of these or any other topic in this research field, please first contact our office staff at with the topic(s) you are interested in. You will then be redirected to the corresponding supervisor if the topic is still available.

Open Topics

(last update February 21, 2023)

  • Workflow and System Behavior Analysis: How to improve and optimize development handover
  • Anomaly Detection and Prediction in Workflow and Service based Systems
  • Design/Code with generative AI models (e.g. ChatGPT) and evaluation using eye-tracking
  • Code-based detection of patterns and smells in cloud provisioning languages (e.g. using heuristics)
  • Empirical analysis of mined metadata (e.g. for Infrastructure as Code Scripts)
  • Software Architecture and Engineering for Machine Learning-Based Systems
  • Automatic architecture extraction (Improving the accuracy and precision of automated architecture extraction by diversifying the input data used; implementing improvements to the extractor to enable it to process a wider range of input data from various source code repositories; evaluating the effectiveness of the improved extractor and analyzing the results)
  • Static and Runtime Analysis of Microservice APIs