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Studentar i forskingsprosjekt

Ved prosjektslutt skal studenten skrive eit kort blogginnlegg på UiA.no. Dersom du har skrive innlegget på eiga bloggside, kan du lenke til den her ved å opne skjemaet. Blogginnlegget skal beskrive kva oppgåver du vart involvert i, og kva læringsverdi prosjektdeltakinga har hatt.

28. oktober 2016

Developing an Empirical Trajectory Model Using GPS Information

An empirical trajectory model for drifted motions using GPS data of real life user traces drifting to a particular target point or a zone.

MSc Student: Kalpanie Mendis

Project Manager (Supervisor): Assoc. Prof. Alireza Borhani

28. oktober 2016

Developing an Empirical Proof-of-Concept for the Idea of the WiCare Project

The main goal of the carried out project was to analyze the impacts of the user mobility (as a moving scatterer) on the characteristics of the radio channel. This project prepared an empirical proof-of-concept to verify that fingerprints of user activities can be observed and detected in the characteristics of the radio channel.

24. oktober 2016

Inspirasjonstur til Geitmyra

Prosjektet Mat til minsten (Food4toddlers) har som hensikt å være en kvalitetssikret informasjonskilde for foreldre med barn i alderen 12-18 måneder. Prosjektet består i å lage en applikasjon som skal gjøre det enklere for foreldre å skape et godt matmiljø for barna sine. Innholdet i appen er oppskrifter, matmiljø og adferd i butikk. I forbindelse med oppskriftutviklingen var vi på inspirasjonstur til Geitmyra matkultursenter for barn, som ligger på Ullevål i Oslo. 

24. oktober 2016

Project in stochastic process and signal processing

The project include two parts. The first part is about modeling of communication system with variable data rate and multiple hysteresis areas using stochastic process. The second part is to refine simulators and documents for digital signal processing.

24. oktober 2016

Analyzing the Effects of Entrepreneurship Education on Students’ Entrepreneurial Intentions

UiA's recent Master's in Business Adminsitration graduate, Ms. Lidia Kritskaya, presented the findings from her master thesis titled "Analyzing the Effects of Entrepreneurship Education on Students’ Entrepreneurial Intentions: Perspectives from Russia and Norway" at the 11th European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship (ECIE) in Jyvaskyla, Finland 14 - 16 September. The presentation was received successfully, good feedback was provided, and network connections have been established for continued academic development. The thesis was supervised by Dr. Rotem Shneor from the School of Business and Law.

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