Master's Degree Project in Applied Physics (30 hp)

Examensarbete, Masternivå 30 hp, vid Institutionen för Tillämpad Fysik, läsåret 2015/2016

Here both students and teachers will find information about Degree Projects in Applied Physics. This information is valid for the second cycle (Master level) projects, courses with course codes SK200X and SK202X.

Detailed instruction: Degree project SK200X and SK202X (pdf 49 kB) (revised 2016-06-28)

Important: From this study year (2015/2016), there are two different degree projects available:
SK200X: Grades A-F
SK202X: Grades pass/fail
Note: Students who started a program at KTH after 1 July 2015 can only select SK202X. Students who started a program before 1 July 2015 can choose if they prefer grading A-F or pass/fail. However, we recommend to select pass/fail. Please note that once you have decided which course to register for (SK200X or SK202X), you can not change after you have been registered.

Persons to contact before starting your project:

Kjell Carlsson
Kjell Carlsson, Program Director, Master's Program in Engineering Physics +46 8 790 41 32
Ulrich  Vogt
Ulrich Vogt, Examiner, SK200X and SK202X +46 70 388 08 52

Start: Registration form

To be registered for a degree project, start by downloading and print out this form:
Registration form SK200X SK202X (pdf 81 kB)

Once you have found a suitable project and supervisor, take the registration form to the Program Director (Kjell Carlsson, contact details above) who will help you filling in the form correctly and make sure that you fulfill the criteria for starting a degree project. In the registration form, the default examiner (Martin Viklund, Director of Undergraduate Studies) can make a delegation to another examinor (teacher at the department).

Finish: Grading report

To report a final grade of a degree project, use this form:
Grading report SK200X SK202X (pdf 29 kB)

The grading report is filled in by the examiner and signed by the examiner and the director of undergraduate studies, and then handed in to the student office together with the full-text electronic report. The full-text report is then either archived or published in DIVA, depending on the student's choice (see "detailed instruction" above).

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