Every year we post suggested final projects for the Master of Science degree. The descriptions are intended to be a starting point and we will always try to adapt the project to the student’s background and interests. The best way to find out if a thesis with our group is a nice fit for you is to talk to someone in our group.
Get in touch with one of our professors and let them know you might be interested in pursuing a degree with our group!
For inspiration, here are a few previous master theses from our group, covering different topics:
- An investigation of the robustness of distance measure-based supervised labelling of segmented remote sensing images, Åshild Kiærbech, 2019
- Assessing sensitivity of oil spill drift modeling, Darshika Manral, 2019 (Visiting Erasmus Mundus student, European MSc in Marine Environment and Resources)
- Arctic Thin Sea Ice Thickness Regression Models for Sentinel-2, Øystein Fredriksen Skogvold, 2019
- Iceberg Drift-Trajectory Modelling and Probability Distributions of the Predictions, Ole Baadshaug, 2018
- A Sensitivity Study of L-Band Synthetic Aperture Radar Measurements to the Internal Variations and Evolving Nature of Oil Slicks, Vebjørn Karisari, 2018
- SAR imaging and detection of partially coherent targets, Stein-Kato Lindberg, 2018
- Spectral measurement improvement through optical tree delineation, Jonas Tonnis, (60 ECTS), 2017
- A comparison between optical and SAR classification results for thin sea ice in Storfjorden, Cornelius Quigley, (60 ECTS), 2017