As you go down the list below, the proposals get older, but they are still useful to get ideas for possible directions: if an older idea appeals to you, there are often possibilities for newer follow-up projects in a similar vein, with the same supervisor or, in the case of external projects, at the same external organisation. NB You should start talking to people well before - i. If you want to do an external project outside the university, you can look for such opportunities by yourself, but staff members of the Digital Security group may also have useful contacts for this, so talk to them. For more general info about administrative procedure see the Master Thesis webpage or Research Internship webpage. If you are doing the Master Information Science also check out the webpage with Information Science projects. Looking at the personal home pages of staff members in the Digital Security group may also give some ideas.
Seminar Topic on Cyber Crime with Seminar Report – Projects
By the end of the unit, a candidate will be able to: LO1 research the background to a challenging research problem in cybersecurity. It includes developing understanding of the capabilities of available resources such as tools and techniques and whether they suffice to underpin a solution as well as the identification of a specific solution path. Note: methodology must take into account ethics and other contextual considerations.
We offer motivated students interested in our research projects the opportunity to write their Thesis Bachelor or Master or to conduct Guided Research Projects. Please send your application to one of our chair members via email, including your motivation i. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information. This list is not comprehensive. Please browse through our researchers' websites if you are looking for different topics you may be interested to work on.
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