Thesis – Mathematical Sciences – phd programme (doctoral education) – 3 years - Trondheim – Gjøvik
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The scientific thesis must be an independent research project, or a research and development project, that meets international standards concerning ethical requirements, academic level and method within the discipline.
The thesis is expected to contribute to the development of new academic knowledge at a level that justifies its publication or release in a separate format as part of the research-based knowledge development of the discipline.
The thesis may consist of a monograph or a collocation of several smaller works. If the thesis consists of several smaller works, the connection between them must be explained. Normally, the work should result in international publications subject to peer review in the course of the PhD programme.
The scientific thesis may also consist of a written component in combination with a lasting documented product or production.
The theses at the Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering are normally written in English
The scope of a PhD thesis will naturally vary according to discipline, the topic of the thesis and its form. There are no absolute requirements and limitations regarding length of the thesis.
Previous theses submitted at the faculty are available at NTNU Open.