For students who are planning to write their Master's Thesis at Technology Management and Economics.
The student master's thesis application is open twice a year, once for each of the spring and fall semesters.
Deadline for registration for the spring semester of 2020 is December 2nd, 23.59.
It is strongly recommended/mandatory to write in pairs.
Please note that to apply is not a guarantee for being appointed a supervisor/examiner from the Department of Technology Management and Economics. Due to lack of resources we may be forced to prioritize students who study at a program where TEKX08 and TEKX01 are included in the program plans.
After the deadline, we work as fast as possible to let you know if and who will be the appointed supervisor/examiner.
Master’s Thesis Lunch Information October 9th and 15th at Vasa A 12.00-13.00.
The dates apply for all Master’s students writing their thesis at the department during spring 2020.
October 9th and 15th at Vasa A 12.00-13.00.
The department treat those who have registered within the deadline with a sandwich and soda. Please sign up here for the date that suits you best.
(The registration link will close one week before each presentation.)
General guidelines, forms and instructions for Master’s thesis
Master's Thesis Presentations
The students writing their master’s thesis (30hec) at Technology Management and Economics during the fall 2019 will present their work on January 14th 2020. Presentations will be scheduled at Vera Sandbergs Allé 8, Campus Johanneberg, Chalmers.
These days are open to anyone who is interested and we welcome friends and family, company representatives, and other students to attend.
Please contact your Master’s Programme Director for all questions regarding the master’s thesis. In case they don’t have an answer they will guide you to the right person.Master’s Programme Directors
Mats Lundqvist - Entrepreneurship and Business Design
Erik Bohlin - Management and Economics of Innovation
Ida Gremyr – Quality and Operations Management
Robin Hanson – Supply Chain Management
If you study a master’s program that is not represented above and/or if you have questions regarding administrative issues in connection to the master’s thesis, please contact: