Student Resources at TUM
Master and Bachelor Theses
Are you interested in writing your Master’s or Bachelor’s thesis about AI Ethics? The following chairs and professorships are currently looking for students for topics on AI and Responsible AI.
Lectures and seminars Ethics and AI at TUM in WS2020 and SS2021.
For more information, click on the title or check out the TUM website.
|Business Ethics in the Digital Age (MGTHN0066)||Associate Professorship of Accounting (Prof. Stich) (TUM Campus Heilbronn)||MGTHN0066S||seminar||4||BA/MA||SS|
|Cross-sectional lecture History, Theory and Ethics of Medicine||Institute of History and Ethics of Medicine||4191||lecture||2||BA/MA||SS|
|Ethics for Nerds (INHN0030)||Informatics Heilbronn 2 – Assistant Professorship of Computer Architecture & Operation Systems (Prof. Trinitis)||1404||seminar||2||BA/MA||SS|
|What shall I do? Ethics for Engineers||Chair of Vibro-Acoustics of Vehicles and Machines (Prof. Marburg)||0000004928||lecture||2||BA/MA||SS|
|Law and Ethics of Digitalisation in Health Care||Chair of Law and Security in Digital Transformation (Prof. Heckmann, Joint Appointment between TUM School of Social Sciences and Technology and Department of Informatics)||1725||seminar||2||BA/MA||SS|
|Master Seminar – E4N: Ethics in Natural Language Processing (IN2107, IN4428)||Informatics 2 – Chair of Formal Languages, Compiler Construction, Software Construction (Prof. Seidl)||0000002673||seminar||2||MA||SS|
|Introduction to Business Ethics (WI001058) (Part II of Module “Foundations of Entrepreneurial and Ethical Business”)||Associate Professorship of Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprises (Prof. Bird) (TUM Campus Heilbronn)||WIHN1058VO||lecture||2||BA/MA||SS|
|(POL700450) Master Seminar Business Ethics||Chair of Business Ethics (Prof. Lütge)||0000004990||seminar||2||MA||SS|
|(POL700458) Master Seminar Business Ethics||Chair of Business Ethics (Prof. Lütge)||777||seminar||2||MA||SS|
|(POL700459) Master Seminar Business Ethics||Chair of Business Ethics (Prof. Lütge)||240||seminar||2||MA||SS|
|(POL70056) Case Studies on Business Ethics||Chair of Business Ethics (Prof. Lütge)||863||seminar||2||MA||SS|
|Project Seminar: Applied Ethics of Responsibility||Department of Science, Technology and Society||3874||seminar||2||BA/MA||SS|
|Artificial Intelligence in Automotive Engineering||Chair of Automotive Technology (Prof. Lienkamp)||1661||lecture||2||BA/MA||SS|
|Artificial Intelligence in Automotive Engineering – Exercise||Chair of Automotive Technology (Prof. Lienkamp)||0000001653||exercise||1||BA/MA||SS|
|Artificial Intelligence in Computational Mechanics||Chair of Computational Modeling and Simulation (Prof. Borrmann)||0000005740||lecture with integrated exercises||4||BA/MA||SS|
|Artificial Intelligence in Medicine||Informatics 31 – Chair of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare and Medicine (Prof. Rückert) (Joint Appointment between Department of Medicine und Department of Informatics)||1963||lecture with integrated exercises||2||BA/MA/PhD||SS|
|Artificial Intelligence in Medicine II (IN2408)||Informatics 31 – Chair of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare and Medicine (Prof. Rückert) (Joint Appointment between Department of Medicine und Department of Informatics)||1993||lecture with integrated exercises||4||BA/MA/PhD||SS|
|Digitalization in vocational education: artificial intelligence||Chair of Education Science (Prof. Wittmann)||0000002173||seminar||2||BA/MA||SS|
|Legal issues of the use of artificial intelligence||Chair of Law and Security in Digital Transformation (Prof. Heckmann, Joint Appointment between TUM School of Social Sciences and Technology and Department of Informatics)||1701||seminar||2||BA/MA||SS|
|Master Seminar – Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Trends in Robotics||Assistant Professorship of Autonomous Aerial Systems (Prof. Ryll)||0000001985||seminar||2||MA||SS|
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