Master Thesis: "Dialogues on Humanity 2.0: Advancing Human-Centric Digital Interactions

Supervisors: Edy Portmann, Timo Schuler, Mario Patrick Schwery

Contact person: Timo Schuler

Student: Looking for a student

Project status: Open

Year: 2024


Conduct an extensive literature review on human-centric digital interactions Utilize Design Science Research for academic investigation Develop and implement advanced features focused on enhancing user engagement and humanitarian principles in a digital museum exhibit Collaborate closely with Hazu and SDC, incorporating their feedback into feature iterations Test and validate the developed artifacts through empirical studies


Master's student in Computer Science or related field Strong understanding of web technologies and AI Previous experience in software development is a plus Excellent written and verbal communication skills in German and English


Academic, theoretical, and practical exploration of fuzzy logic, α-cut, and computing with words & perceptions Apply Design Science Research in a real-world scenario Gain experience in a multi-stakeholder project simulating professional experience Your work will contribute to an international humanitarian principles museum exhibit Exposure to cutting-edge productivity and edtech platforms Thrive in an open working atmosphere within a dynamic start-up team, benefiting from flat hierarchies that enable fast decision-making processes Enjoy varied work with considerable freedom and design options

✔Technologies and Methodology

Design Science Research Front-end and Back-end web technologies AI technologies such as chatbots or recommendation systems

✔How to apply

Please send your CV and relevant portfolio to Timo Schuler. You can contact him in advance for any questions: or schedule a quick call with him:

Keywords: software design, computing with words & perception, fuzzy logic, web development, humanitarian aid, HCI