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Language of instruction
Review of key topics relevant for scientific research.
The scientific method How to define a research project How to write scientific articles, proposals, etc How to make and present scientific/technical presentations Best practices to conduct research
Knowledge: Knowledge on how to apply the scientific method Knowledge on how to search and collect information necessary to develop a research proposal for a thesis study Skills: Have research and knowledge skills on how to establish a problem for a thesis study Be able to conduct basic research using library resources Be able to give scientific presentations, both oral and written General competence:
Write a proposal to define a scientific problem Be able to communicate effectively in a written and oral form Define time frames and responsibilities in the definition of professional problems that may apply to real life cases
Required prerequisite knowledge
Must have completed at least one full semester in the master program in Petroleum Geosciences Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, or Computational Engineering at UiS or equivalent
Obligatory activities must be completed in order to submit the reports and give the presentation. Complete/Incomplete given 3 weeks prior to the due date of the report.
Method of work
This course uses a multi-mode teaching style. Students are expected to participate in all activities.
Prior to class: e-lectures and readings as organized in Canvas In-class skill development workshops and discussion, including a library skills class After class: researching topic for reports and presentation
The student's participation in the different working forms in this course is strongly recommended in order to develop skills directly related to the project.
Developing Research and Presentation Skills (GEO620_1)
Petroleum Geosciences Engineering, Master of Science Degree Programme
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