ĶST002 Master Thesis

Code ĶST002
Name Master Thesis
Status Graduation Test
Level and type Post-graduate Studies, Academic
Faculty Department of Silicate, High Temperature and Inorganic Nanomaterials Technology
Academic staff Gundars Mežinskis, Linda Krāģe, Ingunda Šperberga, Gaida Maruta Sedmale, Visvaldis Švinka, Ruta Švinka, Inna Juhņeviča, Inta Vītiņa, Ilona Pavlovska, Janīna Sētiņa, Gerda Gaidukova, Andris Šutka, Andris Cimmers, Laimons-Paulis Bīdermanis
Credit points 20.0 (30.0 ECTS)
Parts 1
Annotation Master Degree Thesis is a self-dependent theoretical (introduction, literature review and summary of literature reviewed, methodic part) and eksperimental research which is conducted to solve particular scientific problem with the aim to tackle causal relationship composition-structure (structural defects)-properties of materials and processes investigated. A master’s degree thesis is developed in the field of chemistry, chemical technology, materials science, nanotechnologies of materials and physics science fields. It is formatted in accordance with the guidelines of Material Sciences and Applied Chemistry Faculty of RTU. Knowledge, demonstrated in the thesis, and its public presentation are evaluated by the final testing commission appointed by the dean of the faculty..
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
Student is able to collect and analyze literature data, which are necessary to perform a research. Student can manage experimental equipment of research, independently perform experiments and analyze data obtained, stating conclusions and forecasting perspective development of research. Student is able to draw up Master Thesis according to the regulations, to present and defend the results of his research.
Learning outcomes
and assessment






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