In addition to supervision, you are expected to participate in the chair's thesis colloquium, which takes place jointly for bachelor and master students who write their thesis at our chair. The aim of the colloquium is to promote the exchange between students and to strengthen your presentation skills and feedback competences.
To this end, you are expected to present your work at least once. A good time to do this is around the middle of your editing period, when you already have a good idea of your topic but can still incorporate feedback.
Please adhere to the following time guidelines: Your presentation should have a duration of 20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes of Q&A.
Participation in the colloquium is mandatory during the editing period, even if you do not present. The colloquium usually takes place on the second last Thursday of the month. An invitation is sent separately to the respective students as soon as they officially registered for writing their theses.
The next dates are:
(Subject to change.)