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INM: Preparatory Thesis Seminar // For students who will write Master Thesis Spring 2023 or Fall 2023

Semester
E2022
Subject
Physics * / Chemistry * / Mathematics * / Medical biology * / Environmental Biology * / Molecular Biology * / Environmental Risk * / Mathematical Physical Modelling * / Mathematical Computer Modelling * / Mathematical Bioscience * / Chemical Biology / Environmental Science / Mathematical Bioscience / Molecular Health Science / Physics and Scientific Modelling
Content

Aims of the seminar:

  • Information about rules and regulations regarding the master thesis

  • Inspiration and help to start up the master thesis process

  • Input to heads of study for the allocation of supervisors for master thesis

All master students are welcome to participate – even though you are on your 1st or 2nd semester of a master´s programme.

Students who are required to participate are:

If you write a 60 ECTS Thesis, you will start the thesis on your 3rd semester.

The seminar is for these students mandatory on the 2nd and recommended on the 1st semester.

Students that plan an external collaboration, extensive field work or highly preparation demanded labwork should attend the thesis seminar on the 1st semester.

If you write a 30 ECTS Thesis, you will start the thesis on your 4th semester.

The seminar is for these students mandatory on the 3rd and recommended on the 2nd semester.

Students that plan an external collaboration, extensive field work or highly preparation demanded labwork should attend the thesis seminar on the 2nd semester.

E.g..: The seminar is mandatory for students starting their thesis January 2023.

We also recommend that students starting their thesis August 2023 attend, especially if you plan external collaboration, extensive field work or highly preparation demanded labwork.

Program

12.15-13.00 Sessions

  • 12.15-13.00: Session 1: To be defined

  • 12.15-13.00: Parallel Session 1: To be defined

13.00-13.15: Short break

13.15-14.30: Mandatory part - Refreshments will be served.

  • Welcome by Kristine Niss, Chair of Study Board for Natural Science

  • How to design a rewarding Thesis-process by RUC Stydy Guidance

  • Formalities and possibilities by RUC Administration

  • Experience of writing the Master Thesis in coorporation with a company by Alumni

  • Experience of writing the Master Thesis coorporation with a INM-researcher by Alumni

14.30-14.40 Short break

14.40-15.45 Sessions

  • 14.40-15.45: Session 2: To be defined

  • 14.40-15.45: Parallel Session 2: To be defined

start time
12:15
Head of studies
Ole Vang (ov@ruc.dk)
Jesper Schmidt Hansen (jschmidt@ruc.dk)
Kristine Niss (kniss@ruc.dk)
Per Meyer Jepsen (pmjepsen@ruc.dk)
Lotte Jelsbak (ljelsbak@ruc.dk)
Anders Malmendal (amalm@ruc.dk)
Responsible for the activity
Gritt Bykilde (gritt@ruc.dk)
Contact information
INM Studieadministration (inm-studieadministration@ruc.dk)
Exam code(s)
Exam code(s) : AUTO-12919
Last changed 05/05/2022

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Tuesday 25-10-2022 12:15 - 25-10-2022 16:00 in week 43
INM: Preparatory Thesis Seminar