Real Estate

Master / Bachelor Theses

Unit of Real Estate Studies


Final assignment

If you are interested in writing your thesis in the field of real estate economics, please contact us. Topics in which theses can be written at the department are in the areas of asset management, property management, facility management and portfolio/project development. The theses are supervised by Prof. Dr. Björn-Martin Kurzrock and a research assistant.

Note for students: Please note the rules of citation and the instructions for the preparation of an exposé under Downloads.

 

Dissertations currently advertised in the department:

  • Possibilities and limits for Digital Real Estate and Facility Management
  • Probabilistically based determination of life cycle costs of residential buildings
  • Facility services for housing companies
  • Processes as a tool for facility services - acceptance, incentives and introduction (This work may be accompanied by a GM service provider)
  • Warranty and response times in operation as a start-up service for facility service companies (This work may be accompanied by a GM service provider)
  • Commissioning management as the basis for contractually compliant operation of buildings and facilities (This work may be accompanied by a GM service provider)
  • Sustainable use of living space through land certificate trading

 Further information

We are always open to suggestions for topics on your part. Please contact the appropriate research assistant with your topic suggestion:

The specializations of research assistants are:

Dennis Aldenhoff
Incentive systems for energy modernisation
Energetic neighbourhood concepts

Tillman Gauer
Actor participation
Urban development

Ann-Christin Sreball
Digitization in the construction and real estate industry
Real estate project development and transactions

Jonathan Rothenbusch
Digitization of the real estate industry
Documentation and due diligence

Philipp Müller
Energy-efficient design and construction
Energy storage system for buildings

Nils-Magnus Wasser
Life cycle costs
Energetic modernisation


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