Projects during your bachelor's degree

Standard-Bachelor-Project "SIWABAU":

Based on an actual catchment, which is defined by digital cadastral data and areal images, the students should design a new water supply and wastewater system for the catchment.

After designing the two systems the students need to dimension them correctly as well as define the necessary altitude of the reservoir. Further, the students need to draw a predefined area as a longitudinal intersection of the water supply and the wastewater system.

To finalize the project the students need to design each a facility of the wastewater and the water supply system as a detailed plan as well as creating a full technical report.

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It is possible to work on these projects as a team of two.

Link to an example project

Latest deadline for the winter semester 2017/2018: 30.06.2018

Latest deadline for the summer semester 2018: 30.11.2018

Standard-Bachelor-Project "HYDROLOGY":

The students have to statistically define the maximum water levels yearly for the catchment of a river/creek based on the hydrographic yearbooks. Further they have to design appropriate flood protection measures for a predefined cross-section.

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These projects include the students in current research projects which should prepare them for future scientific work during their master's degree.

Alternatively the students can also write a technical report on an internship related to urban water management.

Available Bachelor-+-Project (can be started at any time)
Hydrologic recording of sub-catchments in the city of Graz

To create accurate hydrologic models of catchments high detailed data of the modeled area are an absolute must. Relevant data are the building structure and surface condition, level of connection and possible existing decentralized drainage facilities.

In the wake of a current research project the Institute of Urban Water Management and Landscape Water Engineering of Graz University of Technology generates a high detailed hydrodynamic model of the city of Graz. The task of the bachelor's projects is to generate data to support this process for predefined sub-catchments. That means, besides evaluating existing data (e. g. cadastral maps) the students also need to validate those data as well as to supply missing data of the catchment. The result of the project is a GIS-based map of the catchment that contains all model relevant data in a well structured way.

If you are interested please contact Gerald Krebs

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If you are interested please contact Markus GÜNTHER


Evelyn KRALL
Gerald KREBS