Syllabus for Degree Project E in Computational Science
Examensarbete E i tillämpad beräkningsvetenskap
A revised version of the syllabus is available.
Main field(s) of study and in-depth level:
Computational Science A2E
Fail (U), Pass (G)
The Faculty Board of Science and Technology
Bachelor's degree, and in addition at least 30 credits of courses in computational science at advanced level, including courses at advanced level that are necessary for the project.
show a deep knowledge within the chosen field of computational science
search and in a critical way interpret and compile relevant scientific literature
in a creative way delimit a scientific problem, plan a scientific study, choose appropriate methods, carry out the study, interpret and evaluate the results and, if applicable, generate falsifiable a hypotheses to explain the observations all within given time frames
present the results in correct language for different target groups both in scientific and in popular form
give constructive criticism on texts within the study field
An independent project is carried out, where the knowledge from earlier completed courses are applied. The project is guided by a supervisor in close connection to ongoing projects in research or development.
To achieve the objectives, the student shall
under supervision delimit a scientific problem, investigate it, interpret and evaluate the results and present the project in oral and written form
search, evaluate and compile information relevant for the chosen problem
actively participate in seminars and other activities at the department where the project is carried out
comment and give constructive criticism on another student's project (opposition)
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. The written presentation should consist of a scientific report, a popular summary and a summary in English. To pass, the student must also act as opponent on another degree project within same main area or have participated actively at a research seminar.