The module is based on knowledge achieved when studying previous semesters on the Master of Science in Energy Engineering with specialisation in Mechatronic Control Engineering or similar.
Problem based project organised work. The final project may study new subjects or be an extension of the project work from previous semesters. The project can be a disciplinary project, a cross disciplinary project or a part of a multi-disciplinary project, where several groups from the department do different parts of a larger project. Finally, the project can also be a part of a so-called MEGA project where several project groups from more departments are participating, each doing their part of the large project to find a total solution.
The subject matter will remain in the area of mechatronic control engineering. The project may be of experimental nature, and will often be in collaboration with an industrial company or other research institution performing research in the area of mechatronic control engineering.
Since it is a 50 ECTS project module, the work load is expected to be 1500 hours for the student
|Name of exam||Master’s Thesis in Mechatronic Control Engineering (long Master's Thesis)|
|Type of exam|
Master's thesis/final project
|Assessment||7-point grading scale|
|Type of grading||External examination|
|Criteria of assessment||The criteria of assessment are stated in the Examination Policies and Procedures|
The Master’s Thesis is conducted as a long Master’s Thesis using both the 3rd and 4th semesters. The long Master’s Thesis must include experimental work and must be approved by the Study Board in advance. The amount of experimental work must reflect the allotted ECTS.
|Language of instruction||English|
|Location of the lecture||Campus Aalborg|
|Responsible for the module|
|Time allocation for external examiners||D|
|Study Board||Study Board of Energy|
|Department||Department of Energy|
|Faculty||Faculty of Engineering and Science|