Join the team!

We continuously look for eager students and graduates to join our team as a bachelor or master candidate, intern, or as researcher and PhD student.

Ph.D. candidate and doctoral researcher at Bosch (not at the Bosch IoT Lab)

PhD Candidate “Usable Security/Usable Privacy”

Please refer to this link on the Bosch Job Portal (sorry, German only) and get in contact directly with the named persons:
https://www.bosch-career.de/en/bewerben/jobsearch/-/cui/job/ZRB_UNREG_SEARCH/de/567D863A01021ED683866DFE0EC553F1

Bachelor & Master Theses

Finishing your studies and looking for an exciting thesis matter? Why not considering one of these:

If you are interested to work on a different topic for as bachelor/master thesis, please contact the responsible research associate directly.

You did not find anything suitable?

Then don’t worry, we take unsolicited applications also from students abroad and other universities. Please check also the affiliated research initiatives and labs of Prof. Dr. Elgar Fleisch:

  • Auto-ID Lab: Whereas the global Auto-ID Labs Network with its Labs at MIT, ETH/HSG, Keio, Cambridge, Fudan, ICU (Korea), and Adelaide, is co-chaired by Prof. Sanjay Sarma, MIT, and Prof. Elgar Fleisch, ETH/HSG, the ETH/HSG Auto-ID Lab is currently run by its Assistant Director Asst.-Prof. Alexander Ilic. The St. Gallen / Zürich Auto-ID Labs research interests are centered on the Internet of Things in the retail industry, with a special focus on Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) applications for the end-consumer, mobile phone applications, the extension of the Electronic Product Code (EPC) Architecture Framework for sensing capabilities, and technical approaches to combat counterfeiting. For more information please see www.autoidlabs.ch and www.autoidlabs.org.
  • Bits to Energy Lab: The Bits to Energy-Lab, co-chaired by Prof. Friedemann Mattern of ETH, and Prof. Elgar Fleisch of ETH/HSG has been established and run by Prof. Thorsten Staake, a former doctoral student of Elgar Fleisch. The lab is a joint initiative of several chairs and industry partners that is dedicated to investigating the role of ubiquitous computing technologies for sustainable development. Its research interests include the use of IT to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions with a special focus on consumption visualization and carbon accounting. For more information please see www.bitstoenergy.ch.
  • Health-IS Lab: The Health-IS Lab is a joint initiative of the University of St. Gallen (Institute of Technology Management) and ETH Zurich (Department of Management, Technology, and Economics) that combines information technology and behavioral sciences to promote well-being and a healthy lifestyle. Its objective is to build and evaluate consumer-centric health information systems that have not only the potential to improve outcomes and reduce costs of health interventions but also to support health promotion and disease prevention strategies of organizations. Prof. Elgar Fleisch chairs the Health-IS initiative as the scientific head while it is operated under the direction of Tobias Kowatsch. For more information please see www.health-is.ch.
  • Mobiliar Analytics Lab: Mobiliar Analytics Lab is a joint initiative of the oldest private insurance company in Switzerland, Mobiliar and ETH Zurich (Department of Management, Technology, and Economics). The lab’s mission is to investigate the power of Big Data Analytics for the domain of insurance industry in order to adopt the existing business model to the changing market place, to simplify the business processes within the company and to provide greater value to their customers. The lab is operated under the direction of Dr. Gundula Heinatz (Mobiliar) and Dr. Irena Pletikosa Cvijikj (ETH Zurich). For more information please see www.mobi-lab.ch.