Research Center for Digital Sustainability

Bachelor's- and Master's Theses at the Institute of Computer Science

The Research Center for Digital Sustainability supervises bachelor's and master's theses at the Institute of Computer Science on the following topics:

Topic Supervisor
Natural Language Processing (NLP) Joel Niklaus
Game AIs Joel Niklaus
Open Source Software Matthias Stürmer
Open Data Matthias Stürmer
Linked Data Benedikt Hitz
Community IoT (The Things Network) Benedikt Hitz

 

Allocation
 Topic Suitable Level Student  Project Duration 
Web Scraping for a Database of Court Decision Related Documents Seminar/Bachelor's Alec Schürmann May 2021 – Jan. 2022
Dataset Construction for Legal Multilingual Language Models Seminar Thirith Yang Sep. 2021 – Jan. 2022
Re-Identification with Data from the Swiss Transportation Safety Investigation Board Bachelor's available
Section Splitting for Swiss Court Rulings Seminar Alexandra-Carmen Kovacs  Sep. 2021 – Jan. 2022
Judgment Outcome Extraction for Swiss Court Rulings Seminar/Bachelor's Bachelor: Marco Buchholz
Seminar HS21 finished: Christian Kissling, Nidhi Mishra
Oct. 2021 – present

Sep. 2021 – Jan. 2022

Judicial Person Extraction for Swiss Court Rulings Seminar Seminar HS21 finished: Benjamin Bläsi, Seyedehsharareh Mirzargar, Alex Nyffenegger

Antoine Demont

Oct. 2021 – Jan. 2022

Mar. 2022 – Jul. 2022

Legal Area Prediction for Swiss Court Rulings Seminar/Bachelor's Dominik Briner

 

Mar. 2022 – Jul. 2022
Criticality Prediction for Swiss Court Rulings Bachelor's/Master's Ronja Stern Nov. 2021 – present
Zero-Shot and Few-Shot Natural Language Inference Models for Judgment Prediction

 

Seminar Boris Mottet, Tunahan Öszoy Mar. 2022 – Jul. 2022
Explainability Annotations for Legal Judgment Prediction in Switzerland Bachelor's/Master's Nina Baumgartner Feb. 2022 – present
Explainability Methods for Legal Judgment Prediction in Switzerland Seminar/Bachelor's Ying Ying Lee, Xinwei Li, Bohua Chen Mar. 2022 – Jul. 2022
Sentence Boundary Detection for Multilingual Legal Text Bachelor's Tobias Brugger Feb. 2022 – present
Negation Scope Resolution for the Multilingual Legal Domain Bachelor's/Master's available
Re-Identification in Court Decisions with Knowledge Graphs Master's available
Re-Identification in Court Decisions with Pretrained Language Models Bachelor's/Master's Alex Nyffenegger Feb. 2022 – present
Knowledge Graph Construction from Swiss Big Data Seminar/Bachelor's Benjamin Bläsi Feb. 2022 – present
Data Augmentation for Legal NLP Bachelor's/Master's Vishvaksenan Rasiah Feb. 2022 – present
Topic Modeling for Swiss Court Rulings Seminar Dominik Ummel, Marius Asadauskas, Renato Rao Mar. 2022 – Jul. 2022
Developing a Tool to Classify Types of Information from Comments Seminar available
Can the Best Jass AIs Beat the Top Humans? Bachelor's/Master's Roman Martinez Mar. 2022 – present
Transformers for the Swiss Card Game Jass Master's David Bucher Sep. 2021 – present