Information and pointers for students interested in software engineering
For an overview of what is required of you, you should read the
documents of your program of study (Studiengang
They (and other information) can be found on the institute's
The regulations for the written exams for individual courses are found on the respective course pages, see TeachingHome
Agreements regarding time and content of oral exams (mündliche Prüfungen
are usually made interactively in the Sprechstunde of Lutz Prechelt
If a discussion is probably not required, the easiest way by far is to send an email containing the suggested topics and 3-5 possible dates.
If you are interested in potential topics for your Diplomarbeit, Studienarbeit, Bachelor- or Master thesis, have a look at the offered topics on the theses page
and talk to the respective contact person. You might also want to review the projects listed on our research pages
for interesting work that needs to be done. More information about how to write your thesis and what exactely is expected from you can be found on the page Thesis Rules
If that does not work, drop by and talk to us
about what you would like to do, we are open for suggestions.
Jobs and internships ("Praktikum")
If we have any student job offers in our group (which is not too common), those are also listed on the individual project pages
If you are looking for a job as Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
Those are officially advertised in
"Stellenanzeiger der FU
and require a formal application.
If or when a position will be available in our group is best inquired by talking to
The situation in other groups is not generally known to us and you might want to inquire with them directly.
If you are looking for an internship (Praktikum) at a company, please have a look at the central pages about internships
Other interesting topics
For advice regarding participation in a seminar, writing a thesis, and other topics,
please see Section "Teaching" of page RulesHome
For appointments, see SprechstundeLutzPrechelt