Vergabe der Bachelorarbeiten

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Apart from topics being assigned directly by their supervisors, students can now also choose from a pool of available topics. Applications for bachelor theses are possible at any time.
Students interested in a topic must apply by email to the contact person indicated (include BA-statmath@wu.ac.at in cc). Applicants may only submit one application at a time, since multiple parallel applications cannot be processed. The topics are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

If you have agreed on a topic for a bachelor thesis with your supervisor, please hand in the completed and signed  application form to your supervisor.

If you want to cancel your application, please complete the cancellation form, sign it, and leave it at the front desk (D4, Level 4).

After you have finished the bachelor thesis, please upload the bachelor thesis to Learn@WU for a plagiarism assessment.

Available topics:

Topic of the bachelor thesisNumber of bachelor thesesSupervisor
Themen bei Prof. Walter Böhm  
Identifikation von Blasen in Finanzreihen2Prof. Michael Hauser
Sektorale Risikoindikatoren des ESRB (European Systemic Risk Board)2Prof. Michael Hauser
Stock and house prices in financial crises2Prof. Michael Hauser
Text Corpus Statistics Using the Leipzig Corpora Collection2Prof. Kurt Hornik
Fishing textual information in the EDGAR SEC data --- A literature review1Prof. Kurt Hornik
Who is who? Determining author sets in Project Euclid1Prof. Kurt Hornik
Open Access Publications at WU1Prof. Kurt Hornik
Visualization of properties of random number generators for financial simulations1Prof. Josef Leydold
Testing random number generators for financial simulations1Prof. Josef Leydold
Spectral clustering in social networks1Prof. Josef Leydold
A GUI for econometric computations based on R1Prof. Josef Leydold
Gesellschaft statistisch gesehen4Dr. Herbert Nagel
Sport und Statistik2Dr. Herbert Nagel
Unvollständiges Binomialmodell1Prof. Klaus Pötzelberger
Hedgen in unvollständigen Modellen1Prof. Klaus Pötzelberger