1. The student is able to design a research project:
- The student is able to use, explain and justify adequate research and design methodologies;
- The student is able to apply theory to the performed project;
- The student is able to use techniques for interpretation and verification and bases his/her conclusions on results;
- The student is able to do reliable work with scientific significance.
2. The student is able to execute a research project:
- The student has a critical attitude towards his/her own results, literature and specialists;
- The student makes an original contribution to the project;
- The student takes initiative (together with the supervisor) to give his/her own input within the research project;
- The student interacts sufficiently with peers and superiors;
- The student is able to make and execute a project plan.
3. The student is able to write a research report:
- The student is able to write a research report that shows sufficient coherence of content;
- The students is able to structure the research report and sufficiently present the content (text and figures);
- The student expresses argumentation using correct spelling and grammar;
4. The student is able to present and defend the research project:
- The student is able to present the content using sufficient detail to support conclusions;
- The student is able to logical structure the presentation and use visual aids;
- The student is able to adequately formulate and express himself/herself as well as sufficiently address the audience;
- The student is able to argument and answer the questions asked by the committee.
The Final Project is the final part of the Master's degree programme. During this project, you will be required to demonstrate your ability to solve a research or engineering problem. The project must be carried out using the techniques of project management. You will begin by making a project plan in cooperation with your Master’s thesis advisor. Several aspects of the project are defined within the plan, including the assignment, the frequency of interaction with the advisors, the milestones of the project and the resources and facilities offered by the faculty. You will be required to adhere to your plan throughout the project. It is obviously possible to adjust your plan under certain circumstances and after discussion with your daily supervisor.
At the end of the project, you will submit your Master’s thesis, which must be written in English, and make an oral presentation of your work to the Thesis Committee.
You must register your final project in the Mobility Online system before the start of your master’s thesis project.