NanoLund Master Portal
This is a tool to assist students in finding the right supervisor from NanoLund to their Masters thesis.
Master project information
Information about the master thesis process for the different faculties can be found below.
- Master thesis process Faculty of Engineering (link to site in Swedish)
- Master thesis process Faculty of Science - Department of Physics
- Master thesis process Faculty of Science - Department of Chemistry
- Master thesis process Faculty of Science - Department of Biology
It is a .xlsx file that can be opened in either Microsoft Excel, LibreOffice Calc or in Google Sheets. The file contains information about NanoLund seniors who have used tags to describe their research.
There are two main types of tags. The first one being Method Tags, which are used to describe the methods typically employed in projects supervised by them, e.g "Simulation/Modelling". The second type is Scientific Tags, which are used to roughly describe their research area e.g. "Nanosafety" + "Devices". There are also Special Tags, which marks special things of interest e.g. close ties with industry or facilities like ESS.google sheets
How to use the portal
The portal can opened in either Microsoft Excel, LibreOffice Calc or Google Sheets. In the SearchTab there are coloured fields that can each be filled with one tag of the specified kind. The cells are filled by selecting the desired tag in the drop-down menu. Mark the column, then the drop-down menu apperas, however if the drop down menu does not appear you can fill the boxes by typing.
The Method Tags use an OR search, which means that people that have either one of the specified method tags will be listed. The Scientific Tags use an AND search, which means that the people listed will have all of the chosen scientific tags.
The search result will show up under the headers below the search fields. Here you can find information about the people that matches your search. The information included is name, affiliation, Email address, the researcher's tags, link to personal webbpage and a short description of his/her research.