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Dissertations, Habilitation Theses, Other Qualification Theses

What are the particularities to be considered when publishing a dissertation, a habilitation thesis or any other qualification thesis?

Dissertations

Habilitation theses, other qualification theses.

In order to fulfill the publication requirement for your dissertation, you have the choice between several publication types. One possibility is the electronic publication of your dissertation on OPUS. Further possible publication types

To publish your dissertation via OPUS , please proceed as follows:

  • Please create a PDF file , preferably a PDF/A file . In doing so, please also observe the other technical requirements .
  • Please settle copyright and licensing issues so that no third party rights conflict with the publication.
  • To be able to publish your dissertation on OPUS, a registration under "My OPUS" is required.
  • If you do not have an account yet, you can register under "New user? ..." with your e-mail address.
  • Please enter in the online form all necessary information describing the document and upload the corresponding file(s).
  • At the end you have to accept the licensing terms. This will send the document to us.
  • In order to be able to publish your dissertation, please also send us the completed and signed licensing terms (DE) afterwards.

A curriculum vitae does not have to be published in the dissertation (see Doctoral Degree Regulations (PromO) Sec. 13, par. 3, cl. 1). Especially in the case of an electronic publication we recommend not doing so for reasons of privacy. Please remove the CV, if necessary, and adapt the table of contents accordingly before uploading the file. Deletion is no longer possible after the publication.

After you have uploaded your work and we have formally reviewed it, you will receive feedback from us if everything is in order from our point of view.

If changes need to be made, we can refer the document back to you and you can make the correction. Please note that changes are no longer possible after publication.

If everything is in order, you can have the 6 printed copies of the dissertation prepared that must be submitted in addition to the electronic version. Please note the guidelines for the outer form .

The online and the printed version must match exactly in order to ensure the correct citability of your work. This means that also the formatting and pagination must be identical. Therefore, please print only the final PDF file and not the manuscript from Word, InDesign or LaTeX to avoid differing formatting, breaks, etc. If the printer makes changes to the file, e.g. inserts or removes blank pages or even changes pagination, please ask for the corresponding file and inform us about it.

To submit the printed copies and the corresponding documents please contact the Team Publication Services (T3) of the University Library.

Further information on the submission and further procedure

After clearance of your dissertation by the dean or the chairperson of the doctoral committee, you will automatically be notified by email that your document has now been published.

Habilitation theses written at the University of Stuttgart are to be published as well (see Habilitation Regulations (HabilO) Sec. 12, par.1, cl. 1). As for dissertations, you also have the choice between several publication types here. One possibility is the electronic publication of your habilitation thesis on OPUS. Other possible publication types are the release through a publishing house, as a self-print, within an institution series or as a cumulative habilitation thesis.

To publish your habilitation thesis electronically via OPUS , please proceed as follows:

  • To be able to publish your habilitation thesis on OPUS, a registration under "My OPUS" is required.
  • In order to be able to publish your habilitation thesis, please also send us the completed and signed licensing terms (DE) afterwards.

A curriculum vitae does not have to be published in the habilitation thesis. Especially in the case of an electronic publication we recommend not doing so for reasons of privacy. Please remove the CV, if necessary, and adapt the table of contents accordingly before uploading the file. Deletion is no longer possible after the publication.

If everything is in order, you can have the 5 printed copies of the habilitation thesis prepared that must be submitted in addition to the electronic version.

The online and print versions must match exactly in order to ensure the correct citability of your work. This means that also the formatting and pagination must be identical. Therefore, please print only the final PDF file and not the manuscript from Word, InDesign or LaTeX to avoid differing formatting, breaks, etc. If the printer makes changes to the file, e.g. inserts or removes blank pages or even changes pagination, please ask for the corresponding file and inform us about it.

After the clearance of your habilitation thesis by the dean or the chairperson of the habilitation committee, you will automatically be notified by email that your document has now been published.

Students of the University of Stuttgart can also publish their own qualification theses (bachelor’s and master’s theses, etc.) on OPUS. It is required that the publication is approved by the supervisor .

To publish your qualification thesis via OPUS , please proceed as follows:

  • To be able to publish your qualification thesis on OPUS, a registration under "My OPUS" is required.
  • In order to be able to publish your qualification thesis, please also send us the completed and signed licensing terms (DE) afterwards. Please note that your supervisor must also sign on the form.

As soon as we have received all required data and documents in full, your qualification thesis will be released after a formal review by employees of the University Library.

If changes need to be made , we refer the document back to you so that you can make the necessary corrections. You can then upload the document again.

After publication , you will automatically be notified via email that your document has now been released.

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Doctoral Degree and Habilitation

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You want to study for a doctorate or qualify as a professor? We care for the next generation of scientists and engineers. The information presented below supports with administrative issues associated with doctoral degree studies and habilitation.

Your route to a Doctoral Degree

Doctoral degree.

The faculty grants the following doctoral degrees:

  • Dr. rer. nat.

You can pursue your doctorate independently , or as part of an organized doctoral program in which the faculty participates. For the independent doctorate, you choose a topic of study and a professor from one of our institutes to be your mentor. Very often – but not always – this entails working on a research project in an institute, and writing your doctoral thesis on one of the topics from this project. In that case, you need to apply to the institute directly and find out whether there is an open position.

If you follow an organized doctoral program , you must apply to the program for a place and a scholarship.

GSaME     SimTech    Digital Media    Services Computing

Please refer to the Regulations for doctoral degrees   and read the university notes on Doctoral degree studies .

You have a topic and a mentor?

Then you need to draft and sign an agreement on doctoral studies  with your supervisor. The agreement regulates your supervision during your doctoral degree studies, and your training program.

You have a degree from a university outside Germany?

Then you will need the “Form for formal equivalence of degrees from universities outside Germany” . Please be aware that formal degree equivalence checking can take some time! If you want to apply to study for a PhD quickly, you must apply early and enclose the form.

Application for acceptance

Please submit your application to GRADUS. Send the application together with your CV, degree certificate, PhD supervision agreements and any other relevant documents (for more information, please contact GRADUS).

GRADUS checks that the documentation is complete and passes it on to the dean's office in Faculty 5. All dissertation projects are managed in this office and the doctoral committees are supervised there. The doctoral committee checks your application and will inform you in writing of its findings. You may be required to submit more information. The doctoral committee sits once a month during the semester. If you want to speed up proceedings, the dean's office will let you have the dates of the doctoral committee meetings.

Enrollment in doctoral studies

You must register as a doctoral student when you receive your written acceptance letter.

Submitting your dissertation and applying for admission to the examination

When you have finished writing your dissertation and have fulfilled all other necessary requirements, please hand in the dissertation at the Dean's Office in Faculty 5 (Iryna Jung, Pfaffenwaldring 47, 4th Floor, Room 4.116). In the following leaflets you will find information on size, binding, layout of title page, etc. Each doctoral committee has its own rules! A list of all other documents you need to submit with your dissertation is available in these leaflets.

You automatically apply for admission to the examination when you submit your thesis.

Submission Dr.-Ing.   Submission Dr.rer.nat.   Submission Dr. phil.

Assessment of dissertation and oral examination

Your dissertation will be assessed by study advisers. As soon as the assessors' reports have been submitted, the thesis is available for public viewing for 14 days or is circulated among a selected group of persons. At the end of this consultation period, and as long as there are no objections, an oral examination takes place. You will be required to give a public talk about the topic of your PhD thesis at the oral examination, and you will take part in a non-public oral examination. The doctoral committee will appoint examiners to the examining board for the oral test.

OralExam Dr.-Ing .   OralExam Dr.rer.nat.    OralExam Dr.phil.

Publishing the dissertation

When you have passed your oral examination you must publish your dissertation, and submit archival copies to the university library . Your principal study adviser must confirm that the printed copies match the manuscript. The process is then complete!

Publication

What about your certificate?

You will either receive your certificate by per post or you can pick it up at the dean's office. You will be notified when the certificate is printed.

PhD Regulations and Regulations for Habilitation (German)

Promotionsordnung 2019

Promotionsordnung 2016

Promotionsordnung 2011

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Guidelines for Bachelor/Master Theses

This sheet contains the most important information for students that have been accepted for writing a thesis at our institute. If there are any open questions not answered here, please consult your supervisor.

General Information

Please read the following link of the computer science department for details regarding the registration and submission as well as the formal requirements of the thesis:  Hinweise für Studierende für Abschlussarbeiten . Please also look at the Formvorgaben für Abschlussarbeiten . Read the requirements of your examination regulations for theses and keep them in mind. While typically these requirements should already be covered by the "Hinweise für Studierende für Abschlussarbeiten" page, double check to make sure that this is the case. The university also offers a general FAQ for students writing a thesis . Note that this FAQ provides content for supervisors and examinors as well which you do not have to read.

Below, you find additional information about specifics at our institute. We do not repeat information from the links above.

Formal Procedure

  • Our secretary needs some data from you to prepare the thesis contract. Please send, as early as possible, the following data via email to our secretary:  address, phone number, e-mail address, matrikelnummer,  and  course of study
  • For the contract, we also need a short summary of your topic/task and a working title for the thesis (the title must be both in English and German. It can still be changed while working on the thesis). Your supervisor might ask you to prepare a first draft of the title and the summary which will then be edited.
  • Once the contract has been prepared, you can schedule a meeting with our secretary for formally registering the thesis. You need to bring the prepared registration form (please refer to https://www.student.uni-stuttgart.de/pruefungsorganisation/formulare/#id-959532c6 ). In case you do not know your working title for the field "Thema", please ask your supervisor. Our secretary will then inform you about the next steps.
  • If you have any questions (e.g., regarding the structure and contents of the thesis) or you encounter problems that you cannot solve yourself,  contact your supervisor . We will usually not initiate meetings ourselves; instead, students are responsible for scheduling meetings as they need them. We encourage you to get feedback from your supervisor on a regular basis.
  • You are required to submit 2 copies of your thesis (unless specified otherwise in the contract) plus one separate copy of the title page.
  • Please contact our secretary in order to make an appointment for the submission of your thesis.
  • Digital Submission: Send your final thesis (as PDF) as well as the required abstract txt file(s) to your supervisor at the University and our secretary by email. Please note that the digital version must be identical to the printed copies.
  • If your thesis includes source code or other digital artifacts, please ask you supervisor at the University on whether and how to submit those.
  • If you wrote your thesis with a company: Make sure that your thesis and other digital artifacts are approved for submission by the company. If in doubt: Talk to your advisor at the company.
  • Depending on your course of study, you might have to give a presentation that presents/summarizes your thesis (see below).
  • Contact your supervisor after the submission of the thesis to schedule the presentation. You should also tell him your course of study such that an appropriate length of the presentation can be determined.

Additional Information for Theses Written at an External Company

If you are writing your thesis at an external company, please keep the following additional details in mind:

  • We need some additional information about the external company that advises your thesis. Please send the name of the company, the address of the company, and contactinformation of your advisor at the company (name, e-mail address, phone number) to your supervisor at our institute.
  • The short summary of your topic/task and a working title for the thesis (see above) generally are proposed by the external company and then approved by our institute, possibly after some modifications. Please forward this information as early as possible to your supervisor at our institute.
  • When signing your contract with us, we will ask you whether your thesis can be published after the submission. Please verify beforehand whether your company allows for publication of the thesis.
  • Please note that if the company asks for a non-disclosure agreement, this must be set up between the company and the institute (or between you, the institute and the company; but never just between you and the company).
  • You have an advisor at the external company and a supervisor at our institute. The advisor typically is your first point of contact in case of problems. The supervisor is your contact for all administrative and examination related questions. This includes, for example, questions regarding the format and content of your thesis, structure, citation style, ... .
  • If the topic has to be modified, e.g., because some originally planned goal turned out to be unachievable, this has to be discussed with and confirmed by your supervisor at our institute.

Form of the Thesis

  • You have to write your thesis in LaTeX using the template from  https://github.com/latextemplates/scientific-thesis-template . 1)
  • Keep the form requirements from the computer science department in mind (see link at the top). The template should already meet those by default.
  • There is no fixed page count or limit. The number of pages strongly depends on the specific topic of the thesis.
  • You can write the thesis in German or in English. If you write in German, do not translate technical terms; use the English version for those.
  • Use a numerical-only bibliography style, e.g., numeric (see bibstyle and citestyle in config.tex ).

1) Have a look at the documentation before using it – the template has a lot of options.

Presentation After the Submission

  • In most cases, the length of the presentation is 30 minutes. After your presentation the audience will ask some questions about your thesis.
  • The presentation is not graded separately, but will influence the final grade of the thesis.
  • There is no mandatory template for presentation slides.
  • Please follow the advice for good presentations from our seminars. If you did not attend one of our seminars, ask your supervisor.

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For doctoral researchers: Registering, applying and enrolling

The Act on Higher Education of the Land of Baden-Württemberg (Landeshochschulgesetz, LHG) stipulates that all doctoral degree students must be registered and matriculated. The new doctoral degree regulations implement these requirements.

  • Five steps to gaining your doctoral degree
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In order to study for a doctoral degree at the University of Stuttgart, you must be accepted as a doctoral researcher and enroll as a doctoral student.

The following steps need to be taken:

  • Formal registration with C@MPUS (entry of your data)
  • Submission of the application documents to GRADUS
  • After you have been accepted as a doctoral researcher: Enrollment (official membership of the University of Stuttgart)

Registration

Application for acceptance.

As a doctoral student at the University of Stuttgart, you are obliged to register in the  data management system C@MPUS when you sign the agreement on doctoral studies. By registering in C@MPUS, your personal data and your previous study history will be recorded for the processing of your application by GRADUS. At the same time, you can find out about the processing status of your application for acceptance as a doctoral student land complete your enrollment at a later date. 

You can find detailed information on how to register in the instructions registration, application for acceptance, enrollment of doctoral students.

Upon registration in C@MPUS, please complete the data for your doctoral project and print out the application for acceptance as a doctoral student. Sign it and submit it to GRADUS along with the following documents:

  • Signed agreement on doctoral studies with: Work plan and timetable and information on your individual qualification program
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Master's degree certificate and transcript including grades or
  • diploma certificate and transcript,
  • Magister degree certificate and transcript, or
  • a state examination certificate and transcript.

Applicants who graduated from the University of Stuttgart are required to submit simple copies. Applicants who obtained their degree at other colleges or universities are required to submit c ertified copies. Applicants with foreign degree  must submit both the Master's and Bachelor's certificates and transcripts . If the university degree documents are not in German or English, they must be accompanied by officially certified translations of all documents.

Applications should be sent to: Universität Stuttgart Graduierten-Akademie GRADUS Promovierendenmanagement Pfaffenwaldring 5c 70569 Stuttgart

Alternatively, you can drop your documents in the large letterbox in front of the Student House at the same address.

If you are not sure what information to include in your application for admission as a doctoral student, please discuss this with your supervisor. If you have any organisational questions regarding registration, application and enrollment, please contact  Simone Hawlitschek (responsible for letters: A - L) or  Rabia Boztepe-Burgert (responsible for letters: M - Z) by e-mail.

The office hours are as follows Wednesdays from 9.00 to 12.00. Room 5.015 House of Students Pfaffenwaldring 5c

Good to know:  GRADUS will examine your application and forward it to the faculty in which you wish to do your doctorate. The decision on your application will be made by the doctoral committee responsible for you. As the doctoral committees usually only meet three times a semester, this may take some time. Please be patient: the faculty will contact you as soon as a decision has been made.

After receiving the letter of acceptance from the doctoral committee, you are obliged to enroll according to the State Higher Education Act. To do this, you must upload the letter of acceptance in your C@MPUS account.

As a full-time employee of the University of Stuttgart, you have the option of deciding against enrollment. If you wish to do so, please complete and sign the declaration for full-time employees [de] and submit it to the Human Resources and Legal Affairs Department .

If no exception is noted for you, GRADUS will initiate your enrollment. The enrollment process itself runs in the  Department Application, Admission, Enrollment , by accepting the study place. Please note the information on semester and tution fees .

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Unofficial LaTeX template for a PhD thesis at University of Stuttgart, Germany

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Unofficial LaTeX template for PhD theses at the University of Stuttgart, Germany.

For a template for master, bachelor and other thesis, please head to the scientific thesis template .

Example PDFs

Prerequisites, renaming the template, ltex tips and tricks, initialization, merging updates from the template.

  • UTF-8 files
  • output format is A5
  • nice chapter headings
  • important LaTeX packages are enabled
  • TeX4ht conversion enabled by make html
  • biblatex + biber instead of plain bibtex
  • Thesis: thesis-example.pdf
  • Book cover: cover.pdf
  • Spine of the book cover: spine.pdf
  • Windows: Recent MiKTeX
  • Mac OS X: Recent TeX Live (e.g. through MacTeX ) - Try sudo tlmgr update --all if you encounter issues with biblatex
  • Linux: Recent TeX Live distribution
  • thesis-example.tex is the main document
  • make or latexmk for compilation
  • make clean or latexmk -C for cleaning up

You probably don't want your document to be named example . In order to change this, replace the term thesis-example by e. g. thesis-musterfrau in the following locations:

VSCode configuration

To use the setup in VSCode, install

  • LaTeX Workshop to support LaTeX in VSCode and
  • LTeX to have a nice spell cheker that also identifies grammar issues

Then, change the setting of LaTeX Workshop to use biber. Therefore, update the following lines in the VSCode settings.json to contain:

The following settings are additionally recommended:

Alternatively, just copy and paste the contents of the vscode.settings.json file to your VSCode settings file.

LTeX is an offline grammar and spell checker with support for LaTeX and Markdown.

Add a magic comment to your files to tell LTeX which language to use:

If you want to use different langauges in the text, use the \foreignlanguage{language}{text}} command. LTeX will detect these elements and automatically switch the spell checker's lanaguge. For example:

Using with your git repository

This howto assumes that you have not a git repository for your thesis. If you have, just add https://github.com/latextemplates/uni-stuttgart-dissertation-template.git as upstream and merge the branch upstream/main into your main branch.

  • Open command line
  • git clone https://github.com/latextemplates/uni-stuttgart-dissertation-template.git
  • cd uni-stuttgart-dissertation-template
  • git remote rename origin github
  • git checkout -b main

Now, you are on the main branch, where you can write your thesis and push it to your (remote) origin repository, in case you have one.

If you want to merge updates from github, do the following:

  • git fetch github
  • git merge github/main

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  4. Doctoral degree studies

    If the dissertation is to be written in languages other than German or English, the doctoral committee will decide on this in each individual case. The main supervisor writes to the doctoral committee including. Confirmation that the dissertation is ready for acceptance; Proposal for co-examiners (e.g. for the expert report on the dissertation)

  5. Dissertations, Habilitation Theses, Other Qualification Theses

    Habilitation theses written at the University of Stuttgart are to be published as well (see Habilitation Regulations (HabilO) Sec. 12, par.1, cl. 1). As for dissertations, you also have the choice between several publication types here. One possibility is the electronic publication of your habilitation thesis on OPUS.

  6. PDF Dissertationen und Habilitationsschriften der Universität Stuttgart

    Stuttgart: Institut für Straßen- und Verkehrswesen, Universität Stuttgart, 2021. - CXI, 172 Seiten, Illustrationen, Diagramme (Veröfentlichungen aus dem Institut für Straßen- und Verkehrswesen ; Heft 60 (April 2021)) Universität Stuttgart, Dissertation, 2021 Hauptberichter: Friedrich, Markus. ISBN 978-3-9821138-1-4.

  7. Dissertations

    Here you will find all dissertations written at the Institute of Signal Processing and Systems Theory. Anton and Klara Röser Award. 2023. Martin Schwartz. Recording and Processing of Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Electromyographic Data for Assessment of Spontaneous Neuromuscular Activities. Dissertation Universität Stuttgart (2023)

  8. PDF Guidelines for writing a Thesis at Faculty 2

    During the final dissertation (Master's Thesis) students should demonstrate their ability to independently resolve a subject-related problem by applying scientific research methods within a given time frame. The results must be presented in written and oral form to show that new applications, theories or ideas have been developed by the student.

  9. Dissertations

    Praditia T. Physics-informed neural networks for learning dynamic, distributed and uncertain systems [Dissertation]. Mitteilungen / Institut für Wasser- und Umweltsystemmodellierung, Universität Stuttgart.

  10. Institute for Natural Language Processing

    Since April 1st, 2019, the new dissertation regulations are valid. PhD students who started before this date can still use the old regulations. See also. Doctoral studies at the University of Stuttgart

  11. Bachelor, research and master theses

    There are two options for awarding new work: Y ou can apply for open bachelor's/research/master's theses that have already been formulated. You can see these works on this page. Alternatively, depending on your interests, you are also welcome to contact the individual scientific staff and inquire about new work that has not yet been formulated.

  12. Doctoral Degree and Habilitation

    When you have finished writing your dissertation and have fulfilled all other necessary requirements, please hand in the dissertation at the Dean's Office in Faculty 5 (Iryna Jung, Pfaffenwaldring 47, 4th Floor, Room 4.116). In the following leaflets you will find information on size, binding, layout of title page, etc.

  13. Guidelines for Bachelor/Master Theses

    1) Keep the form requirements from the computer science department in mind (see link at the top). The template should already meet those by default. There is no fixed page count or limit. The number of pages strongly depends on the specific topic of the thesis. You can write the thesis in German or in English.

  14. Dissertations

    List of completed dissertations. Krus, M.: Feuchtetransport- und Speicherkoeffizienten poröser mineralischer Baustoffe. Theoretische Grundlagen und neue Messtechniken. (1995) Purwanto, LMF.: Einfluss des feucht-tropischen Klimas auf die niederländischen Kolonialbauten in Semarang. (2004) Further information on doctoral studies (for example ...

  15. For doctoral researchers: Registering, applying and enrolling

    In order to study for a doctoral degree at the University of Stuttgart, you must be accepted as a doctoral researcher and enroll as a doctoral student. The following steps need to be taken: Formal registration with C@MPUS (entry of your data) Submission of the application documents to GRADUS. After you have been accepted as a doctoral ...

  16. latextemplates/uni-stuttgart-dissertation-template

    cd uni-stuttgart-dissertation-template; git remote rename origin github; git checkout -b main; Now, you are on the main branch, where you can write your thesis and push it to your (remote) origin repository, in case you have one. Merging updates from the template.

  17. Doctoral Dissertation: Material Programming for 4D-Printing

    University of Stuttgart Congratulations to Tiffany Cheng on the successful defense of her remarkable doctoral dissertation titled "MATERIAL PROGRAMMING FOR 4D-PRINTING: Architected Mesostructures for Bioinspired Self-Shaping".