After having passed the course the student should be able to:
show a deep knowledge within the chosen field of Wind Power Project Management
search, interpret and compile relevant scientific literature
delimit a scientific problem, plan a scientific study of the problem, choose appropriate methods, carry out the study, interpret and evaluate the results, and, if applicable, present testable hypotheses to explain the observations
present the results in a clearly structured written report in correct language
An independent project is carried out, where the knowledge achieved from earlier completed courses is applied. The assignment is guided by a supervisor and carried out in close connection to ongoing research or development projects.
To achieve the objectives the student should
define and investigate a scientific problem, interpret, evaluate and present (written and oral) the results
search, evaluate and compile information relevant for the project
participate actively in seminars and other relevant activities at the research program(s) or working site where the project is carried out.
The course includes lectures and supervision. .The teaching is devised individually dependent on the direction of the project. Supervision is provided individually or in group.
To pass, a passed oral and written presentation of the degree project is required.
Before the course result is registered the report must be printed and registered in the database Diva.
Chad Perry. A Structured Approach to Presenting PhD Theses: Notes for Candidates and Their Supervisors. ANZ Doctoral Consortium, University of Sydney, February 1994,
Additional literature is individual for each student and depends on the research subject.