The seminar provides a forum for discussion of master students’ work and an opportunity for students to share ideas and news. The seminar currently takes place virtually via Zoom. The corresponding link is sent out via e-mail after registration to the course.
The following deliverables are part of the evaluation of this seminar:
MTS (Master Thesis Specification) presentation: After the formal application for the master thesis at the study deans in TISS (see the faculty master thesis information page), a 10 minutes presentation of the topic of the master thesis, the problems to be solved () and the way planned to reach the goal of a finished master thesis (incl. timetable) has to be given, followed by an discussion on possible solutions to the stated problems.
Continuing reporting: A short status report on progress should be given at each session (3-4 slides) every month. This ensures the exchange of ideas among master students. This does not replace the individual discussions with the supervisor!
MTD (Master Thesis Defense) Presentation: At the end of the master thesis work, a presentation (20 minutes) on the results achieved in the thesis has to be given, followed by a short content wise discussion and a discussion on the presentation itself. This is a preparation for the master thesis defense that is obligatory at the end of the study (see the faculty master thesis information page).
In order to be admitted to the seminar you need:
- A master thesis topic plus an advisor (see the list of topics and advisors)
- Registration of the thesis in TISS (see the faculty master thesis information page)
- Successful completion of the Seminary on Computer Vision (can be done also along with the master thesis) or Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten (Bakk. at CVL!)
- Monday 10:15 – 12:00, once a month, online
- Dates for WS 2021/2022