Graduation Projects

Master students from any faculty who might be interested in researching graduation topics associated with entrepreneurship can look for a thesis supervisor from the Delft Centre for Entrepreneurship. Potential research topics include:

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How to get in touch:

Please contact potential supervisor directly by email or, if unsure, arrange a chat about research subject and supervision options by emailing: dce@tudelft.nl.

The Delft Centre for Entrepreneurship team also have ongoing research projects which are summarised in the table below. Click the link for further details to see if there is a potential fit with your chosen thesis topic or research question.

Research Topic

Summary

DCE Supervisor

Location/ Organisation

Link to Graduation Portal

Innovation Frontend Design

Develop a conceptual design for an innovation frontend to a proposed collective intelligence platform that classifies technology.

Dap Hartmann

Durham Zoo  (Delft/Luxembourg)

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Business Models for Quantum Computing

Develop business models for startups in the field of Quantum Computers.

Dap Hartmann

Orange Quantum Systems (Delft)

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Entrepreneurial networking Internal

Research on the influence of social networking and formal knowledge relations on startups'  growth, innovativeness, and entrepreneurial orientation.

Victor Scholten

Internal

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Designing Circular Business Model

You will learn to use dynamic business models framework approach to analyse various circular business models

Fatima Delgado Medina & Hanieh Khodaei

Internal

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The theoretical framework of sustainable adoption habits that promote climate action

The focus includes examining complex behaviour and social mobilisation transfer to sustainable & circular entrepreneurship both in Europe and the Global South.

Fatima Delgado Medina & Hanieh Khodaei

Internal

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Bio-economy

Research into bio-economy approaches and their social, economic, and environmental contributions and tradeoffs to support policy decision-making processes in Europe and the Global South.

Fatima Delgado Medina & Hanieh Khodaei

Internal

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Marketing Communication Entrepreneurial Organisations

How can high tech startups deploy social media by successful, effective and timely communication with their stakeholders?

Tom Dolkens

Internal

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Entrepreneurship education for an agrifood college in Ghana

How do we equip resource persons and students with essential entrepreneurial skills

Ellen van Andel

Uganda

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The high-tech academic spin-offs development process

Academic spin-offs (ASO) commercialise technology which is developed through university research. They are a central pillar for the pursuit of new technologies.

Hanieh Khodaei

Internal

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Dynamic Business Models

Dynamic Business models is important, because high-tech companies, the technology that they commercialize, and the market in which they operate all change over time.

Hanieh Khodaei

Internal

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