Meet your future Master's Thesis supervisor!
autumn of the second year of the master's studies. If you do not have an
supervisor yet, enroll on the Matchmaking event on Friday, September
10th, 2021 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
The completion of a Master's Thesis in Information Processing Science is timed for the second year of Master's studies. It must therefore start immediately in the autumn, and the completed thesis must be submitted to the Degree Program Committee for approval no later than May-June. See the Master's Thesis page of the For Students website for more detailed instructions.
The choice of topic and supervisor is quite free for the student. Topic ideas and knowledge of the research methods typically used in Information Processing Science can be gained by attending the Master's Thesis Seminar course well in advance of starting your thesis work. The seminar also supports the writing of the thesis, as through peer reviews you can both see other people's theses and get feedback on your own thesis at different stages.
To support the finding of a supervisor and the quick start of work, a Matchmaking event will be held on Friday, September 10, 2021 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Enroll by Thursday, September 9, 2021 at 4:00 PM by following these steps:
- watch a video that introduces some potential supervisors
- go through the list on the Master's Thesis page with all possible supervisors
- fill out the registration form where you select the instructors who feel most appropriate currently.
The event may be attended at a low threshold, so don’t hesitate to enroll. The selection of a supervisor is by no means binding at this stage, but the most important thing is that you get to talk to one of the supervisors about your possible topic and the start of your thesis work.