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Juni 2013
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Lärare Karin Alvehag skapade sidan 13 augusti 2012

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

Here you can find the application form and the opponent form which you will use in the exercise "Evaluation of final presentation".

- Application form (PDF)

- Opponent form (PDF)

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

Here you can find the application form for this course EG201X and the opponent form which you will use in the exercise "Evaluation of final presentation".

- Application form (PDF)

- Opponent form (PDF)

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

Here you can find the application form for this course EG201X e Degree Project course and the opponent form which you will use in the exercise "Evaluation of final presentation".

- Application form (PDF)

- Opponent form (PDF)

kommenterade 26 juni 2013

Where can information be found regarding whom to hand the "opponent form" to after completing the opposition? The examiner? Stex?

kommenterade 27 juni 2013

Please give the opponent form directly to the "course assistant", currently me, Ilan Momber. This is to keep track of all the forms and document the fulfillment of the requirements for EG201X. Eventually, after archiving a copy, I will then forward the original form to STEX.

In general all this information is neatly summarized in the document "Checklist for Supervisors", which you can download from the EPS intranet.

 
Augusti 2012

Lärare Karin Alvehag skapade sidan 13 augusti 2012

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

This instruction is for supervisors and students of master thesis projects in electric power systems at companies. Both the external supervisor at the company and the student should read the course syllabus that is available at the course web pagesin the menu to the right under "Course information" before starting the master thesis project.

- Master Thesis Projects at Companies (PDF)

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

This instruction is for supervisors and students of master thesis projects in electric power systems at companies. Both the external supervisor at the company and the student should read the course syllabus that is available in the menu to the right under "Course information" before starting the master thesis project.

- Master Thesis Projects at Companies (PDF)

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

This instruction is for supervisors and students of master thesis projects in electric power systems at companies. Both the external supervisor at the company and the student should read the course syllabus that is available in the menu to the right under "Course information" before starting the master thesis project.

Master Thesis Projects at Companies (PDF)

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

This instruction is for supervisors and students of master thesis projects in electric power systems at companies. Both the external supervisor at the company and the student should read the course syllabus that is available in the menu to the right under "Course information" before starting the master thesis project.

 Master Thesis Projects at Companies (PDF)

 
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Lärare Karin Alvehag skapade sidan 13 augusti 2012

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

On this page you find the course syllabus.

- Course syllabus

The course consists of four mandatory exercises that you can find in the menu to the right. Important forms, instructions for thesis writing and oral presentation as well as for external supervisors and students at companies are also given below:¶

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

On this page you find the course syllabus.

- Course syllabus

The course consists of four mandatory exercises that you can fiAvailable projects and mandatory exercises in the course can be found in the menu to the right.  Important forms, instructions for thesis writing and oral presentation as well as information to external supervisors and students at companies are also given below:in the menu to the right.¶



Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

On this page you can find the course syllabus.

- Course syllabus

Available projects and mandatory exercises in the course can be found in the menu to the right. Important forms, instructions for thesis writing and oral presentation as well as information to external supervisors and students at companies are also given in the menu to the right.

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

On this page you can find the course syllabus.

- Course syllabus

Available projects and mandatory exercises in the course can be found in the menu to the right. Important forms, instructions for thesis writing and oral presentation as well as information to external supervisors and students at companies are also givend in the menu to the right.

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

On this page you can find the course syllabus.

- Course syllabus (PDF)

Available projects and mandatory exercises in the course can be found in the menu to the right. Important forms, instructions for thesis writing and oral presentation as well as information to external supervisors and students at companies are also gived in the menu to the right.

 

Lärare Karin Alvehag skapade sidan 13 augusti 2012

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

In this exercise, you will attend at least two final presentations of other master degree projects, and write a small evaluation of the presentation and the following discussion.

As preparation for this exercise, you should read the instructions for presenting a master thesis in electric power systems which you can ind here. The instructions are also available on the start page of the course. This exercise you find here.

The assignment is to attend at least two final presentations of master degree projects. The topic of the presented projects is not that important, but it is of course preferable if there is some relation to electric power systems. If you are performing your degree project outside KTH and do not have the possibility to attend any final presentations, you should attend two other technical presentations (for example in a seminar, workshop or internal company meeting). The requirement is that it should be technical presentations of an advanced topic with a following discussion. Investigate your possibilities and agree with your supervisor what to do. Do not forget to bring the opponent form to the presentations you attend.

After the presentations, you should write a short evaluation of the presentation and the discussion. Start with a very brief summary of the topic of the presentation (the title of the presentation and a few sentences of the main content is sufficient). The focus of the evaluation should then be the performance of the speaker and the audience. Was the presentation clear (cf. the instructions for master thesis presentation, but remember that other institutions might have other requirements)? How was the discussion after the presentation? What kind of questions was asked, about technical details or about the implications of the work for the society and technical development? If there was an opponent, did he or she do a good job, i.e., providing relevant feedback on the work? Was the speaker able to provide good answers to the questions raised by the opponent and the audience? Was there any question that were not asked, but which you think would have been important?

The evaluation should be about a half to one A4 page (using normal font size and line spacing) for each of the presentations. Submit your evaluation to your supervisor and discuss it in a telephone meeting or a direct meeting. If possible, several students can meet in a seminar and have a group discussion of their observations together with a KTH teacher.

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

In this exercise, you will attend at least two final presentations of other master degree projects, and write a small evaluation of the presentation and the following discussion.

As preparation for this exercise, you should read the instructions for presenting a master thesis in electric power systems which you can find here. The instructions are also available on the start page of the course. Tin the menu to the right. Instructions for this exercise you find here.

The assignment is to attend at least two final presentations of master degree projects. The topic of the presented projects is not that important, but it is of course preferable if there is some relation to electric power systems. If you are performing your degree project outside KTH and do not have the possibility to attend any final presentations, you should attend two other technical presentations (for example in a seminar, workshop or internal company meeting). The requirement is that it should be technical presentations of an advanced topic with a following discussion. Investigate your possibilities and agree with your supervisor what to do. Do not forget to bring the opponent form to the presentations you attend.

After the presentations, you should write a short evaluation of the presentation and the discussion. Start with a very brief summary of the topic of the presentation (the title of the presentation and a few sentences of the main content is sufficient). The focus of the evaluation should then be the performance of the speaker and the audience. Was the presentation clear (cf. the instructions for master thesis presentation, but remember that other institutions might have other requirements)? How was the discussion after the presentation? What kind of questions was asked, about technical details or about the implications of the work for the society and technical development? If there was an opponent, did he or she do a good job, i.e., providing relevant feedback on the work? Was the speaker able to provide good answers to the questions raised by the opponent and the audience? Was there any question that were not asked, but which you think would have been important?

The evaluation should be about a half to one A4 page (using normal font size and line spacing) for each of the presentations. Submit your evaluation to your supervisor and discuss it in a telephone meeting or a direct meeting. If possible, several students can meet in a seminar and have a group discussion of their observations together with a KTH teacher.

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

In this exercise, you will attend at least two final presentations of other master degree projects, and write a small evaluation of the presentation and the following discussion.

As preparation for this exercise, you should read the instructions for presenting a master thesis in electric power systems which you can find in the menu to the right. Instructions for this exercise you find here.

The assignment is to attend at least two final presentations of master degree projects. The topic of the presented projects is not that important, but it is of course preferable if there is some relation to electric power systems. If you are performing your degree project outside KTH and do not have the possibility to attend any final presentations, you should attend two other technical presentations (for example in a seminar, workshop or internal company meeting). The requirement is that it should be technical presentations of an advanced topic with a following discussion. Investigate your possibilities and agree with your supervisor what to do. Do not forget to bring the opponent form to the presentations you attend which you can find under "Forms" in the menu to the right .

After the presentations, you should write a short evaluation of the presentation and the discussion. Start with a very brief summary of the topic of the presentation (the title of the presentation and a few sentences of the main content is sufficient). The focus of the evaluation should then be the performance of the speaker and the audience. Was the presentation clear (cf. the instructions for master thesis presentation, but remember that other institutions might have other requirements)? How was the discussion after the presentation? What kind of questions was asked, about technical details or about the implications of the work for the society and technical development? If there was an opponent, did he or she do a good job, i.e., providing relevant feedback on the work? Was the speaker able to provide good answers to the questions raised by the opponent and the audience? Was there any question that were not asked, but which you think would have been important?

The evaluation should be about a half to one A4 page (using normal font size and line spacing) for each of the presentations. Submit your evaluation to your supervisor and discuss it in a telephone meeting or a direct meeting. If possible, several students can meet in a seminar and have a group discussion of their observations together with a KTH teacher.

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

In this exercise, you will attend at least two final presentations of other master degree projects, and write a small evaluation of the presentation and the following discussion.

As preparation for this exercise, you should read the instructions for presenting a master thesis in electric power systems which you can find in the menu to the right. Instructions for this exercise you find here.

The assignment is to attend at least two final presentations of master degree projects. The topic of the presented projects is not that important, but it is of course preferable if there is some relation to electric power systems. If you are performing your degree project outside KTH and do not have the possibility to attend any final presentations, you should attend two other technical presentations (for example in a seminar, workshop or internal company meeting). The requirement is that it should be technical presentations of an advanced topic with a following discussion. Investigate your possibilities and agree with your supervisor what to do. Do not forget to bring the opponent form to the presentations you attend which you can find under "Forms" in the menu to the right .

After the presentations, you should write a short evaluation of the presentation and the discussion. Start with a very brief summary of the topic of the presentation (the title of the presentation and a few sentences of the main content is sufficient). The focus of the evaluation should then be the performance of the speaker and the audience. Was the presentation clear (cf. the instructions for master thesis presentation, but remember that other institutions might have other requirements)? How was the discussion after the presentation? What kind of questions was asked, about technical details or about the implications of the work for the society and technical development? If there was an opponent, did he or she do a good job, i.e., providing relevant feedback on the work? Was the speaker able to provide good answers to the questions raised by the opponent and the audience? Was there any question that were not asked, but which you think would have been important?

The evaluation should be about a half to one A4 page (using normal font size and line spacing) for each of the presentations. Submit your evaluation to your supervisor and discuss it in a telephone meeting or a direct meeting. If possible, several students can meet in a seminar and have a group discussion of their observations together with a KTH teacher.

 
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Lärare Karin Alvehag skapade sidan 13 augusti 2012

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

You will give several oral presentations during your master degree project. In this exercise, you will be given some advice on how to create a good presentation. You will compare three different ways to present the background and objectives of a master degree project.

As preparation for this exercise, you should read the instructions for oral presentation of a master thesis in electric power systems which you can find in the menu to the right. Instructions for this exercise you can find here. At the bottom of this web page you find three example presentations that you will use. Moreover, instructions on presentation of a master thesis you find here. 

Start by looking at the three example presentations. The examples are intended to be used as slides for a start-up presentation of a master thesis project. Make a table, where you notice what you like and what you do not like about the three presentations.

Next, you read the guide on master thesis presentation. Considering the advice given in the guide, update your table with pros and cons of the three presentations.

Finally, you write a small report including the two tables with some additional comments and conclusions. Discuss this report in a telephone meeting or a direct meeting with your supervisor. If possible, several students can meet in a seminar and have a group discussion of their observations together with a KTH teacher.

- Start-up Presentation - Example I

- Start-up Presentation - Example II

- Start-up Presentation - Example III

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

You will give several oral presentations during your master degree project. In this exercise, you will be given some advice on how to create a good presentation. You will compare three different ways to present the background and objectives of a master degree project.

As preparation for this exercise, you should read the instructions for oral presentation of a master thesis in electric power systems which you can find in the menu to the right. Instructions for this exercise you can find here. At the bottom of this web page you can also find three example presentations that you will use in this exercise

Start by looking at the three example presentations. The examples are intended to be used as slides for a start-up presentation of a master thesis project. Make a table, where you notice what you like and what you do not like about the three presentations.

Next, you read the guide on master thesis presentation. Considering the advice given in the guide, update your table with pros and cons of the three presentations.

Finally, you write a small report including the two tables with some additional comments and conclusions. Discuss this report in a telephone meeting or a direct meeting with your supervisor. If possible, several students can meet in a seminar and have a group discussion of their observations together with a KTH teacher.

- Start-up Presentation - Example I

- Start-up Presentation - Example II

- Start-up Presentation - Example III

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

You will give several oral presentations during your master degree project. In this exercise, you will be given some advice on how to create a good presentation. You will compare three different ways to present the background and objectives of a master degree project.

As preparation for this exercise, you should read the instructions for oral presentation of a master thesis in electric power systems which you can find in the menu to the right. Instructions for this exercise you can find here. At the bottom of this web page you can also find three example presentations that you will use in this exercise. 

Start by looking at the three example presentations. The examples are intended to be used as slides for a start-up presentation of a master thesis project. Make a table, where you notice what you like and what you do not like about the three presentations.

Next, you read the guide on master thesis presentation. instructions for oral presentation of a master thesis in electric power systems which you can find in the menu to the right. Considering the advice given in the guideinstructions, update your table with pros and cons of the three presentations.

Finally, you write a small report including the two tables with some additional comments and conclusions. Discuss this report in a telephone meeting or a direct meeting with your supervisor. If possible, several students can meet in a seminar and have a group discussion of their observations together with a KTH teacher.

- Start-up Presentation - Example I

- Start-up Presentation - Example II

- Start-up Presentation - Example III

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

You will give several oral presentations during your master degree project. In this exercise, you will be given some advice on how to create a good presentation. You will compare three different ways to present the background and objectives of a master degree project.

Instructions for this exercise you can find here. At the bottom of this web page you can also find three example presentations that you will use in this exercise.  ¶

Start by looking at the three example presentations:¶

- Start-up Presentation - Example I

Start by looking at the three example presentations.-up Presentation - Example II¶

- Start-up Presentation - Example III¶

The examples are intended to be used as slides for a start-up presentation of a master thesis project. Make a table, where you notice what you like and what you do not like about the three presentations.

Next, you read the instructions for oral presentation of a master thesis in electric power systems which you can find in the menu to the right. Considering the advice given in the instructions, update your table with pros and cons of the three presentations.

Finally, you write a small report including the two tables with some additional comments and conclusions. Discuss this report in a telephone meeting or a direct meeting with your supervisor. If possible, several students can meet in a seminar and have a group discussion of their observations together with a KTH teacher.

- Start-up Presentation - Example I¶ - Start-up Presentation - Example II¶ - Start-up Presentation - Example III

 
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Lärare Karin Alvehag skapade sidan 13 augusti 2012

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

The objective of this exercise is to teach you how to manage citations and references in a master thesis.

As preparation for this exercise, you should read the sections concerning references in the instructions for writing a master thesis in electric power systems which you find here. The instructions are also available on the start page of the course. Moreover, you should read the advice for citation given in the instructions, which you can find here.

This exercise is divided in several assignments, which are described below. 


* Comparison of student assignments. Read and compare examples of the student assignments. Can you find the similarities? Can you tell which student who is plagiarising? 
-   Student Assignment - Example I

-   Student Assignment - Example II


* Comparison of scientific papers. Read and compare the examples of scientific papers. Can you find the similarities? Can you tell which authors who are plagiarising?
-  Scientific Paper - Example I

-  Scientific Paper - Example II

-  Scientific Paper - Example III


* Find references. The “Missing references” document contains a text where all references have been removed, followed by a list of references. Try to figure out where the references should appear in the text.
-   Missing References


* Correct citation. Read the document labelled “Example text”. Write a short paragraph, where you argue in support of or against the example text. Use a correctly cited quotation from the example text to emphasise your argument.
-  Example Text

Write a short report with your answers and comments to each assignment. Submit your report to your supervisor and discuss it in a telephone meeting or a direct meeting. If possible, several students can meet in a seminar and have a group discussion of their observations together with a KTH teacher.

 

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

The objective of this exercise is to teach you how to manage citations and references in a master thesis.

As preparation for this exercise, you should read the sections concerning references in the instructions for writing a master thesis in electric power systems which you find here. The instructions are also available on the start page of the course. Moreover, you should read the advice for citation given in the instructions, which you can find here.

This exercise is divided in several assignments, which are described below. 


* Comparison of student assignments. Read and compare examples of the student assignments. Can you find the similarities? Can you tell which student who is plagiarising? 
-   Student Assignment - Example I

-   Student Assignment - Example II


* Comparison of scientific papers. Read and compare the examples of scientific papers. Can you find the similarities? Can you tell which authors who are plagiarising?
-  Scientific Paper - Example I

-  Scientific Paper - Example II

-  Scientific Paper - Example III


* Find references. The “Missing references” document contains a text where all references have been removed, followed by a list of references. Try to figure out where the references should appear in the text.
-   Missing References


* Correct citation. Read the document labelled “Example text”. Write a short paragraph, where you argue in support of or against the example text. Use a correctly cited quotation from the example text to emphasise your argument.
-  Example Text

Write a short report with your answers and comments to each assignment. Submit your report to your supervisor and discuss it in a telephone meeting or a direct meeting. If possible, several students can meet in a seminar and have a group discussion of their observations together with a KTH teacher.

 

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

The objective of this exercise is to teach you how to manage citations and references in a master thesis.

As preparation for this exercise, you should read the sections concerning references in the instructions for writing a master thesis in electric power systems which you can find here. The instructions are also available on the start page of the course. Moreover, you should read the advice for citation given in the instructions, whichin the menu to the right. The instructions for this exercise you can find here.

This exercise is divided in several assignments, which are described below. 


* Comparison of student assignments. Read and compare examples of the student assignments. Can you find the similarities? Can you tell which student who is plagiarising? 
-   Student Assignment - Example I

-   Student Assignment - Example II


* Comparison of scientific papers. Read and compare the examples of scientific papers. Can you find the similarities? Can you tell which authors who are plagiarising?
-  Scientific Paper - Example I

-  Scientific Paper - Example II

-  Scientific Paper - Example III


* Find references. The “Missing references” document contains a text where all references have been removed, followed by a list of references. Try to figure out where the references should appear in the text.
-   Missing References


* Correct citation. Read the document labelled “Example text”. Write a short paragraph, where you argue in support of or against the example text. Use a correctly cited quotation from the example text to emphasise your argument.
-  Example Text

Write a short report with your answers and comments to each assignment. Submit your report to your supervisor and discuss it in a telephone meeting or a direct meeting. If possible, several students can meet in a seminar and have a group discussion of their observations together with a KTH teacher.

 

 

Lärare Karin Alvehag skapade sidan 13 augusti 2012

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

According to the course objectives, degree project students should learn to reflect on, evaluate and critically analyse their own work as well as the work of others. In this exercise, you will be given instructions on how to make a critical review of a master thesis. You will then practice this on an already published master thesis.

As preparation for this exercise, you should read the instructions for writing a master thesis in electric power systems (if you have not already done that)which you find here. The instructions are also available on the start page of the course. Moreover, you should read the advice for critical review given in the instructions, which you can find at the bottom of this page.¶ In the column to the right yhere.¶

Y
ou can also find an example thesis. Read the example thesis, and write a critical review of that thesis. The review should be about two A4 pages (using normal font size and line spacing). Submit your review to your supervisor and discuss it in a telephone meeting or a direct meeting. If possible, several students can meet in a seminar and have a group discussion of their observations together with a KTH teacher.

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

According to the course objectives, degree project students should learn to reflect on, evaluate and critically analyse their own work as well as the work of others. In this exercise, you will be given instructions on how to make a critical review of a master thesis. You will then practice this on an already published master thesis.

As preparation for this exercise, you should read the instructions for writing a master thesis in electric power systems which you find here. The instructions are also available on the start page of the course. Moreover, you should read the advice for critical review given in the instructions, which you can find here.

You can also find an example thesis. Read the example thesis, and write a critical review of that thesis. The review should be about two A4 pages (using normal font size and line spacing). Submit your review to your supervisor and discuss it in a telephone meeting or a direct meeting. If possible, several students can meet in a seminar and have a group discussion of their observations together with a KTH teacher.

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

According to the course objectives, degree project students should learn to reflect on, evaluate and critically analyse their own work as well as the work of others. In this exercise, you will be given instructions on how to make a critical review of a master thesis. You will then practice this on an already published master thesis.

As preparation for this exercise, you should read the instructions for writing a master thesis in electric power systems which you can find here. The instructions are also available on the start page of the coursein the menu to the right. Moreover, you should read the advice for critical review given in the instructions, which you can find here.

You can also find an example thesis here. Read the example thesis, and write a critical review of that thesis. The review should be about two A4 pages (using normal font size and line spacing). Submit your review to your supervisor and discuss it in a telephone meeting or a direct meeting. If possible, several students can meet in a seminar and have a group discussion of their observations together with a KTH teacher.

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

According to the course objectives, degree project students should learn to reflect on, evaluate and critically analyse their own work as well as the work of others. In this exercise, you will be given instructions on how to make a critical review of a master thesis. You will then practice this on an already published master thesis.

As preparation for this exercise, you should read the instructions for writing a master thesis in electric power systems which you can find in the menu to the right. Moreover, you should read the advice for critical review given in the instructions, whichInstructions for this exercise you can find  here.

You can also find an example thesis here. Read the example thesis, and write a critical review of that thesis. The review should be about two A4 pages (using normal font size and line spacing). Submit your review to your supervisor and discuss it in a telephone meeting or a direct meeting. If possible, several students can meet in a seminar and have a group discussion of their observations together with a KTH teacher.

 

Lärare Karin Alvehag skapade sidan 13 augusti 2012

 

Lärare Karin Alvehag skapade sidan 13 augusti 2012

Karin Alvehag redigerade 13 augusti 2012

One of the most important parts of the Degree Project course is to write a technical report. This document provides background and advice for thesis writing, as well as instructions on mandatory contents and formats for the thesis.

- Master Thesis Writing (PDF)

 
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