Graduation Evaluations and the Dissertation Thesis

Information on Master graduation evaluations and the Dissertation Thesis:

 

Results of the Graduation Evaluations

Results of the Master graduation evaluations for the June 2018 session, are available as follows:

Results of the graduation evaluations for the September 2018 session, are available at this location:

Schedule of the Graduation Evaluations

Schedule of the dissertation exams for the June 2018 session
What When Where
Registration for the dissertation exam

May 29-31, 2018
(10:00-13:00 hours)

DCTI Secretariat
Dissertation examinations June 05-06, 2018

Dissertation Board, according to this allocation:

Rules and regulations on the general framework of the Master graduation evaluations are available on the websites of the University, of the Faculty, as well as on the Regulations section.

Some important excerpts regarding the Master graduation evaluations, specified in the above-mentioned regulations:

  • All candidates will be present at the allocated room, at least 30 minutes prior to the start of the corresponding evaluation session, to copy the necessary files and to test their project presentations
  • All candidates will be present at the allocated room, at least 1 hour prior to their respective examination schedule
  • Practical demos of the Dissertation, if any, will be presented by the candidates after the session of oral presentations. The candidates will notify the Dissertation Board regarding the room where each demo setup has been prepared

 

Registration Procedure for the Dissertation Exam

Some important excerpts regarding the registration for the dissertation exam, specified in the above-mentioned regulations:

  1. Candidates retrieve from the Faculty Secretariat (building A, ground floor) the following application forms:
    • Registration form for the dissertation exam
    • Bachelor Diploma release application form
    • Study completion form
       
  2. Candidates present the following documents, in a C4 envelope, to the DCTI Secretariat:
    • Registration form for the dissertation exam, filled in by the candidate and signed by the corresponding Dissertation Supervisor
    • CV of the candidate, in the Europass format, including mandatory contact info (candidate e-mail, phone number)
      Candidates will also produce an identification document, such as the Student Card or the ID Card
    • 2 recent photos, in 3 x 4 cm format
    • Bachelor Diploma release application form, filled in and signed by the candidate
    • 1 printed copy of the ID Card/document
    • 1 printed copy of the Birth Certificate
       
  3. The Study completion form will be submitted to the Faculty Secretariat after the dissertation exam, to retrieve the High school graduation diploma (Baccalaureate Diploma)

 

Information on the Dissertation Thesis

Some important excerpts regarding the Dissertation Thesis, specified in the above-mentioned regulations:

  • Candidates will submit the Dissertation Thesis to their supervisor at least 10 days prior to the date of the dissertation exam
  • The Dissertation Thesis must comply with the specifications of Annex 1a. or Annex 1b. ("Dissertation Thesis Summary"), from the Regulations for writing and presenting the Dissertation Thesis, depending on the language of the Master program, while also considering the comments and suggestions of the supervisor
  • The first page of the thesis will be formatted according to the templates in Annex 3a or Annex 3b of the same Regulations, depending on the language of the Master program
  • Candidates submit to their supervisors the following:
    1. The Dissertation Thesis in printed version
    2. A statement confirming that the "work is the result of candidate's own intellectual activity and does not contain plagiarism". The statement, printed and signed by the candidate will be included as the last page of the thesis. The format of this statement is specified by the template in Annex 5 of the Regulations
    3. A project assessment document from the co-supervisor, if the thesis has been developed with joint supervision (for example, with a company in the field). This document will be appended to the printed version of the thesis
    4. A CD/DVD with the following elements:
      1. The Dissertation Thesis in *.pdf format
      2. The oral presentation support files of the thesis (such as the *.ppt or *.pdf files)
      3. A photo of the candidate
      4. A statement, filled in according to Annex 4 of the Regulations, to indicate the candidate's position as author or co-author of the scientific paper published in the field of the Dissertation Thesis
      5. The application(s) developed with the thesis, in fully functional version, as well as the corresponding commented source code
      6. All the project results, tests, experiments, simulations, graphics, existing annexes, user manuals, as well as the electronic version of the documentation and references used with the thesis

        In the case of co-supervised Dissertation Theses (such as those developed jointly with a company in the field), where particular approaches regarding to intellectual property (IP) are applicable, the supervisors will agree on the minimum amount of code and results to be published from each thesis, such as to permit their technical evaluation by the Dissertation Board
         
  • The Dissertation Thesis will first be evaluated by the supervisor, by filling in and signing an evaluation form, according to Annex 2. "Dissertation Thesis Evaluation Form". This evaluation form will be appended to the printed version of the thesis.