Research and teaching projects

Research and teaching projects give students an uncomplicated introduction to cross-working group research projects before their final theses.
In the Master's program it is possible to take part in research projects of the focus groups under the respective specialization. The current research projects are managed, among other things, in the QIS. It is also worthwhile for bachelor students to take a look at their own PO on the subject of large/small research projects.

You can join the soccer robot team Bembelbots during your bachelor's degree studies and practice dealing with audiences of all ages at numerous GU events in addition to doing academic work.

Forschungsschwerpunkte und Gruppen



  • algo-learn is a platform for active learning and repetition for the basics of theoretical computer science (Algo1).
  • Here you can help shape, develop and advance the portal with the group. algo-learn is based on OpenEducationalResources and, as an open source project, is looking forward to active student participation. Feel free to contact Prof. Dr. Holger Dell to bring you in.
Joint Robotic Lab (JRL)
  • This is where the Bembelbots, the GU's robot soccer team, are based.
    In addition to team reports and research papers, which are required for participation in the robot soccer world championships, the Bembelbots also regularly award bachelor's and master's theses.
    They represent the GU at national and international competitions and events in the Standard Platform League with their NAO robots in the classic Frankfurt Bembel look.

    Information on meetings and events can be found on the Bembelbots website or at