A master thesis gives you an unique opportunity to get involved in our ongoing research: Joining our group for a thesis provides you with a first hand experience on both research and project work.
- Available thesis topics:
Our work focuses on practical aspects of distributed and
networked systems, such as Wireless Sensor Networks, Cyber
Physical Systems and the Internet itself. For example, you
can help us to make the world a more sustainable and safe
place, by joining our work on energy efficient communication
or smart grids. Follow
this link for a list and description of currently
available topics (accessible from within Chalmers only,
please use VPN if you are outside of Chalmers). If you
are not a student at Chalmers, please contact me for thesis
- Your thesis work:
With our help, you commonly develop and implement a research
prototype in your thesis. Next, you evaluate your prototype
in simulation and deployments. See
here for list of ongoing and completed theses.
- Interactive advising:
We see interactivity in advising as a key for a successful
thesis. For example, we have weekly meetings in our thesis
group to foster discussions and provide frequent feedback.
Additionally, we flexibly schedule on-demand meetings for
in-depth discussions. Such interactive advising ensures your
progress. It is key to us, as you work on topics that are of
high interest to us and contribute to our ongoing projects.
You can take a thesis for either the typical 30 points or the
extended thesis of 60 points (we will adapt the content
accordingly). Also, a thesis can be combined with a research /
project course of 7.5 or 15 points.
If you are interested in working with us for your thesis, please stop bye at my office for a coffee to discuss details (please bring your transcripts and grades). Please, note that the list of open topics is just a snapshot of our ongoing work, additional topics can be arranged to match your background and interest.