Student Fair
​Welcome to the Master Thesis Fair, October 10. Photo: CHARM, Chalmers Student Union’s career fair

Master Thesis Fair – Energy

SAVE THE DATE, OCTOBER 10th: Join this very first fair to exchange ideas that are suitable for a master theses projects with focus on energy. Students, researchers, companies or the public sector - Welcome!


The registration will open, and more info will be published in August.

The Energy Area of Advance organizes not only energy research across Chalmers to connect research with the real world, but also works actively with finding platforms where our students can meet and co-operate with industry and the public sector. So, if your organization has a research problem for one of our students to solve, and you do not know where to begin or whom to contact, then you should be interested in our master thesis fair; a venue for exchanging ideas that are suitable for a master theses project. Collaboration with external organisation provides great values for Chalmers’s students, researchers, and to your organization. 
 
At Chalmers, every master's programme is completed with a master's thesis work. The overall goal of the concluding degree project is to display knowledge and capability required for independent work as a Master degree in engineering. An opportunity to apply knowledge to the real world, especially, when collaborating with industry or the public sector. The master's thesis, which includes a public report and a public oral presentation, comprises 30 credits (corresponding 16 weeks of work) and is supervised by Chalmers researchers.  
 
Who should attend:
Any energy related company or the public sector that has a strong interest in engaging master thesis students are invited to present their organization and current/future project ideas. Chalmers industry strategic partners, industry collaborators connected to the competence centers and other Area of Advance are especially encouraged to participate. 
 
Master students who are interested in working with an organization for the thesis are encouraged to participate. Chalmers researchers who are considering participating as supervisors are also welcome to attend.

Category Exhibition; Event
Location: Chalmers kårhus
Starts: 10 October, 2022, 12:00
Ends: 10 October, 2022, 17:00

Page manager Published: Tue 21 Jun 2022.