Master Thesis Project
Scientific Computing (SF259X/SF250X)
How to get about it
Study the instructions for the work and the report.
Detailed guidlines applicable at CSC can be found here. The principles apply to master thesis projects here, too.
Goal, contents and plan
The goal of the master's project is to give the student experience in carrying through herself/himself a large project in scientific computing and to give deeper knowledge and understanding in the subject.
A first course (SF1544/5/6 or similar) and a continuation course (SF2520 similar) in Numerical Methods must be finished and approved before the project work can start. Moreover, additional courses may be required before starting the work depending on the subject of the assigned project.
Additonally, at least 60 credits on the advanced level must be earned before being able to get accepted.
The Master's project contains
The master's project is a 30 ECTS credit course, i.e. approximately five months of full time work
Suggested projects for Master Thesis are available here
ExaminerOrdinary examiner is Michael Hanke.
The grading will be done according to the criteria defined by a decision of the president of KTH. An explanation can be found here. In particular, Master's thesis project will be graded according to the P/F scale (SF250X). Under special circumstances, the candidate can choose (or is obligued to) the A-F scale (SF259X).