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Masterthesis

Prerequisites and application

In order to write your master thesis at the Chair of Logistics and Supply Chain Management you have to fulfill the following prerequisites:

  • Completion of at least one module OPM 6XX (or an equivalent module within an exchange program) and
  • Completion of a seminar OPM 7XX of the Area Operations Management.

Please send your complete application (as a single pdf document) to Sebastian Müller. Your application should contain the following documents:

  • Short letter of Motivation (including a desired starting date)
  • Preferred topic
  • CV
  • Certificate of the passed Abitur (copy)
  • Certificate of the passed B.Sc. studies (copy)
  • Current grades (M.Sc. studies)

Before the formal registration of the thesis, you have to submit a short exposé, outlining the goal of the thesis and the research plan. A corresponding template is available here.

You will present initial results of your thesis in our chair's master colloquium (OPM 702). Conversely, you are expected to attend other students' colloquium presentations. After registering your thesis topic, you will receive invitations for the colloquium via email.

You can download a process chart summarizing all relevant information regarding the master thesis here.

Currently available topics

The Chair of Logistics and Supply Chain Management is currently offering the following master thesis topics (click on a topic for further information).

In addition, thesis topics in collaboration with companies are published in our jobs section. For these topics, please apply to the respective company directly. We have checked the published topics for feasibility and will supervise them if your application to the company is successful.
You can also propose a thesis topic yourself, in particular in the case of an intended collaboration with a company. All topics are subject to the chair's approval. Proposed topic should be related to our chair's research areas.

Please contact us at an early stage if you would like to propose a thesis topic. Please contact Sebastian Müller and attach a description of the proposed topic. We will then assess its feasibility and inform you about whether we are willing to supervise it.

Currently ongoing theses

  • Randomized linear programming method for demand fulfillment in MTS manufacturing systems
  • Modelling Resource Allocation for New Product Development Portfolio Management
  • Supply Chain Planning Problems in the Agrochemical Industry
  • Tracking B2B deliveries in real-time: stakeholder value creation in the building materials industry
  • Application of numerical demand forecast models in the bakery industry including the effect of demand substitution

You can find a selection of finished projects here.

General questions

For general questions related to Master Theses at our chair please contact Sebastian Müller.