Individual Research Work
Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies
New Media and E-Science
Candidates are trained to master up-to-date specific research methods and techniques in the field of their master’s or doctoral studies.
Research work from the field of the candidate’s study programme is conducted under the leadership of a supervisor or group of supervisors. It is intended for preparation of a master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation.
Because of the fast development of the study areas the fundamental learning resources are defined individually by the supervisor.
Significant publications and references:
Research seminar and 2 reports.
Candidates present the results of their research at least once a year in the form of a research seminar to be assessed by three professors from the field of the candidates’ postgraduate studies. Candidates, in collaboration with their supervisors, shall also prepare two reports. The form for the report is available at Materials. In the report you describe your research problems, important results and possible publications in the reporting period as well as the direction for future work. The report is examined and approved by the supervisor.
Each report is submitted to IPS Secretariat in written and electronic form to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 28 and June 30.
Positively evaluated reports and completed research seminar are both necessary to obtain credits from IRW.