Master's theses in Computer Vision

If you want to do your master's thesis project within the field of Computer Vision, there are several options:

If you have tried the possibilities above and still not found any interesting project, you can also directly contact one of the examiners at CVL, see list of examiners below.

Assignment of examiner and internal supervisor

All master's theses must have an examiner and an internal supervisor. For an external project it is also mandatory that the company offers supervision on site. See Master's thesis information at ISY.

Examiners for a Master's thesis in computer vision:

Assignment of examiner is made after you contact the coordinator or an examiner (you will not necessarily get the one you contact). When contacting an examiner, you should provide the following information:

  1. Your name and personal number (we need to check your qualifications in Ladok)
  2. Name of the company and email to a contact person (for external Master's projects)
  3. Whether it is a master's thesis or bachelor's thesis
  4. When you want to start
  5. A project description (e.g. the ad from the company).
  6. Suggested course code for the project, corresponding to your main field of study (Sv:huvudområde) (e.g. TQET33, TQDT33, TQME33, TQMD33, TQTM33).

Thesis presentation in Swedish

It is common that students write their thesis in English, but want to do the presentation in Swedish. To make this easier, we have provided a list of translations of common computer vision terms.

The Swedish Optical Society also maintains an extensive list of Swedish optical terminology that is useful:

A list of statistics terms in Swedish from Chalmers University of Technology:

Scientific publication of a master's thesis work

It is not uncommon that master's theses in computer vision are of such quality that they can be turned into scientific publications. This usually requires substantial amount of extra work, but could be a good acheivement to put in your CV. If you are interested in submitting your work for peer review at a conference or in a journal, check with your examiner or university supervisor for hints on how to frame the work and where to submit it. If you feel that your university supervisor has helped you substantially, also consider inviting him/her for co-authorship.

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