Academic Thesises

at the Austrian Space Forum

Each year, the Austrian Space Forums hosts students for the final thesis at their respective universities – often in combination with ongoing OeWF research projects. This allows for a combination of practical work in a fascinating work setting and an outstanding academic education. Universities and Universities of Applied Sciences from a national and international environment cooperate with the forum since 2009.

Interested in doing a BSc/MSc thesis at the Austrian Space Forum? – Than contact us via our application form – the more detailed your application is, the faster we are able to provide feedback if it is possible.

Student, UniversityYearThesis
Fabian Greif, MSc-Thesis, Technical University Munich2024The Exploration Cascade
Sophie Berger, BSc-Thesis, FH Joanneum2024Characterization of the piezoelectric
sensors of the ADLER-1 Austrian Particle
Impact Detector
Silvana Felicia Raiber, BSc-Thesis, University of Innsbruck2024Raman Spectroscopy as an Indicator of Sample Contamination inSpace Exploration – Abilities of a Compact Raman Spectrometer forContamination Tracing during Field Research in Space
Jacob Gobauer, Tobias Holzner, Sebastian Eisner, HTBLA Steyr, College of Mechatronics2023Dignity+
Further development of the rover “Dignity”
Omar Filip El Sendiouny, BSc-Thesis, Technical University Vienna, Austria2021Voice communication system for a spacesuitsimulator
Sarah Madlener, BSc-Thesis, University of Innsbruck2020Determination of shielding properties of spacesuit materials with Gate Simulations
Sebastian Sams, MSc-Thesis, University of Innsbruck2020System Architecture for a Planetary SurfaceSpace Suit Simulator
Benedikt Stingl, BSc-Thesis, Technical University Vienna2019Development of a Load Carriage System for Mars analogue missions
Dominik Metzner, BSc-Thesis, Hochschule Hamm-Lippstadt2018 Entwicklungsplanung eines Raumanzug Simulators für Marsmissionen
Stefanie Garnitschnig, BSc-Thesis, University of Innsbruck2018Development of a supportive method for the detection of
biomarkers during future human-robotic Mars missions
Michael Stradner, MSc-Thesis, Graz University of Technology, Austria2018A 3D Mapping and Exploration System for an Autonomous Rover
Anjana Jegatheesan, MSc-Thesis, Lulea Technical University, Sweden2018Development of a Rear-Entry spacesuit concept
Maximilian Lell, MSc-Thesis (Mechatronics), University of Innsbruck & UMIT2018Development of a Gesture Control system for the Aouda spacesuit simulator
Sophie Gruber, BSc-Thesis (Physics), University of2017Lifespan of water ice in caves on Mars
Drew Masters, MSc Programme on Space Physiology, Kings College London2016Development of Aouda.X Spacesuit Caution and Warning SystemAlgorithms for Mars Analogue Mission Extravehicular Activity:Monitoring Thermal Stress, Workload, and Fatigue
Ragnar Pétur Kristjánsson, MSc Programm on Space Physiology, Kings College London2016Developing a Caution and Warning System Monitoring Cardiorespiratory Functioning in an AnalogueAstronautduring Extravehicular Activity
Thomas Bartenstein, BSc-Thesis, University Innsbruck2015Application Front-End for Monitoring and Control Software for the Aouda.X Spacesuit Simulator
Sebastian Sams, BSc-Thesis, University Innsbruck2015Application Framework for Monitoring and Control Software for the Aouda.X Spacesuit Simulator
Angela Schlerf, MSc-Thesis, Technical University Munich/ ESPACE master programme2015Radiation Model for the AOUDA.X Spacesuit Simulator on Mars
Viktoria Koch, MSc-Thesis, Technical University Munich2014Biomedical Data Simulation for the Aouda.X Spacesuit Simulator
Tayor Moyer, MSc Programme on Space Physiology, Kings College London2014Physiological Workloads during the MARS 2013 Analogue Mission: A Case Study
Markus Dissertori, BSc-Thesis, University Innsbruck2014Implementation of a Geolocation & Guidance Tool for the Aouda.X Spacesuit Simulator
Séverine Van Ophem, IRP, International Space University2014Biomedical Risk Assessment for Human Mars Missions
Christoph Ragonig, MSc-Thesis, College Mittweida2013GPS-freies Navigationskonzept für die bodengebundene planetare Exploration
Sebastian Hettrich, MSc-Thesis, University Innsbruck2012Human-Robotic Mars Science Operations: Itinerary Optimisation for Surface Activities
Franz Schickermüller, BSc-Thesis, Johannes-Kepler University Linz2012Speech recognition for spacesuits
Alexandra Iordachescu, BSc-Thesis, University of Manchester2012Investigating the Behaviour of Bacteria Inside a Spacesuit Simulator to Predict Crew Contamination in Future Space Missions
Julia Heuritsch, BSc-Thesis, University Vienna2011Statistical evaluation of contamination vectors during EVAs
Anna Kluibenschedl, BSc-Thesis, University Innsbruck2011Contamination vectors an issue in the human exploration of extraterrestrial planets examined during the PolAres Project
Sara Alejandra Sans Fuentes, MSc-Thesis, University Innsbruck2011Human-Robotic Mars Science Operations: Target Selection Optimization via Traverse and Science Planning
Oliver Hauser, BSc-Thesis, University Innsbruck2009BioShield and Dust Buster for the Aouda Space Suit Simulator in the PolAres research programme

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