Master Thesis projects

For international students there are two possible degrees, a one year Master or a two year Master. A Master Thesis project must be completed to fulfill the requirements of the Master degrees. A 15 ECTS credits project is needed for the one year Master and a 30 ECTS credits project must be completed for the two year Master. The degree project should be the last course in your education. By doing a Master Thesis project and demonstrating her/his knowledge and skills the student will fulfill the overall goals of a Master Degree.

Master Thesis courses currently offered:

Name of the course ECTS-credits Course code
Degree Project: Master of Science (one year) in Computing Science
Students admitted to TADAM can apply
15 hp 5DV138
Degree Project: Master of Science (one year) in Computational Science and engineering
Students admitted to TABEM can apply
15 hp 5DV140
Degree Project: Master of Science (two years) in Computing Science (General degree and specialization: computer science)
Students admitted to TADAM can apply
30 hp 5DV136
Degree Project: Master of Science (two years) in Computational Science and engineering
Students admitted to TABEM can apply
30 hp 5DV137
Degree Project: Master of Science (two years) in Computing Science (specialization Robotics and control)
Students admitted to TAROM can apply
30 hp 5DV141

TADAM = Master's Programme in Computing Science 
TABEM = Master's Programme in Computational Science and Engineering
TAROM = Master's Programme in Robotics and Control

By clicking the course code in the table and then "Kursens hemsida/Course home page" or "För dig som är student på kursen/For current students in the course" more details are given on how to start, plan and perform a MT-project.

Starting from Fall 2009 completed Master Theses and even Bachelor Theses are published in a database called Diva/Opus. See below! Older Theses are listed here.

Student Theses in Computing Science

Author

Title

Year sorteringsordning

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Ågren, Sanna

Object tracking methods and their areas of application: A meta-analysis: A thorough review and summary of commonly used object tracking methods

2017

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Wikström, Daniel

Knowledge Transfer between User Interfaces: Exploring mental model influence in learning new UI - A case study at Skatteverket.

2017

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Forsberg, Anton

Shopping for emotion - Evaluating the usefulness of emotion recognition data from a retail perspective

2017

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Asseffa, Samrawit
Seleshi, Bihil

A Case Study on Differential Privacy

2017

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Jonzén, Karolina

Designing for diversity: A tablet-based ePRO system to assist stroke rehabilitation

2017

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Hansson, Pascal

Improved positioning for underground mining

2017

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Hansson, David

Query Containment: Canonical Database vs Theorem Proving Approaches

2017

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Nylind, Emil

Automation of ordering and provisioning of resources in a web-hosting service on cloud infrastructure

2017

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Fries, Niklas

Uneven Image Point Distribution in Camera Pre-Calibration and its Eects on 3D Reconstruction Errors

2017

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Johansson, Petter

Effcient Communication With Microservices

2017

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Contact persons

Computing Science/TADAM

Frank Drewes, MIT-huset, plan 4, rum E454, drewes@cs.umu.se

Computational Science and Engineering/TABEM

Eddie Wadbro, MIT-huset, plan 2, rum UMIT-lab, eddiew@cs.umu.se

Robotics and Control/TAROM

Thomas Hellström, MIT-huset, plan 2, rum C233, thomash@cs.umu.se