, which is aimed at obtaining and applying new knowledge in the field of both fundamental and applied scientific research; its result is a solution of the specific theoretical problem.
As a rule, it includes a review and scientific assessment of previous works on similar topics, a detailed description of mathematical or other model and algorithms, theoretical assessment of the complexity of main algorithms for solving a problem, experimental verification of the model's adequacy (correctness, completeness, accuracy, etc.), experimental (empirical) analysis of the computational complexity of proposed solutions, their software implementation, etc., or aimed at solvingspecific applied problem.
Either the departments on-line theses and reports library OR the White Rose e Theses online repository will hold final versions of submitted Ph D theses.
Master's thesis plays a significant part in the master's studies.
The latter is submitted to the Office of Studies without delays and reminding.
White Rose Etheses Online repository holds electronic doctoral level theses from the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York.Link to Prepare the application (hardcopy), sign it, also ask the supervisor to sign it and submit the final (signed) application form to the Office of MS Studies (room 524).Coursework (Project) application form / 1st-year students Master Thesis application form / 2nd-year students Please, be informed that steps 3 and 4 MUST be finalized by November 20th, 2018 as the latest – recommended completion date for this important phase is November 14-16 Once all of the aforesaid steps are completed, 1st year MS students may start working on the Project (in 2018-2019 academic year we’ll not make defense of Project topics mandatory), however, 2nd year students must prepare presentations of Master Thesis topics for the defense to be held in front of jury on November 27th and December 4th, 2018 (the defense will take place during the hours of the Research Seminar).Link to * Archive (not needed without fail now) - NOTE_1 (): Within the framework of the Research seminar “Software Engineering: Development Management” (1st year) students can be asked to present briefly their Project topics.It is a good opportunity to consider profoundly the topic, to answer questions, to rethink some of the initial ideas, etc. NOTE_2 ( (The Office of MS Studies checks your submission in our own anti-plagiarism system; in case you have more than 20% of borrowing, your supervisor must re-check the report and write explanatory note, the latter is handed over to the Office of MS Studies).In addition, the master's thesis trains the student in technical and scientific documentation.Figure 1 below presents the general thesis process, with emphasis on the administrative issues and supervision.As a rule, it includes justification of the significance of the proposed system or software product, review and comparative analysis of existing solutions, a detailed formal description of the system (general architecture, structure of classes and their interfaces, etc.) or technology stack from user’s point of view, i.e.the virtue of proposed solution(s), comparison of the proposed system or technology (product) with known analogs in terms of functionality, efficiency and usability, program (software product) and its documentation.Session topics include: The Science and Medicine Dispatch with news from the RSL and Health Care Libraries.Issues include upcoming training and events, new acquisitions, updates on project developments, updates on online resources and useful reminders for busy researchers and students.