Projects are typically interdisciplinary with subjects including but not limited to micro- and nanofluidics, Lab on Chip, analytical separation, single-molecule detection, dielectrophoresis, etc.
The Master Thesis is commonly the last part of your undergraduate education. It consists of independent work based on your own ideas or on a task given by your advisor. The work can be theoretical, experimental or somewhere in between. The Master Thesis corresponds to 30 credit points, which in turn corresponds to 20 weeks of full-time work. The work is commonly full-time over one semester or half-time during two semesters. It may also be possible to pursue a one-year fulltime thesis.
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