Completed Projects and Theses

The following Masters theses and Ph.d. projects have been completed within ARC topics. 

Completed Masters thesis

Øyen, Frode Jacobsen, «CO2 i sjø og på land. En lokal studie med fokus på fabrikkrøyk og miljø», Mastergrad i marin bioteknologi, UIT Norges arktiske universitet, Fakultetet for biovitenskap, fiskeri og økonomi – November 2019     

Crăciun, Cosmin Radu: «Data Management for Nudged Green Transportation”, Master’s thesis in Computer Science,  UiT The Arctic University of Norway,  Department of Computer Science – May 2019

Jemea, Lady Limunga: “Data Analysis and Nudging for Green Transportation”, Master’s thesis in Computer Science, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Department of Computer Science – May 2019

Wallann, Håkon: «RoadAhead – Removing Uncertainty in Travel. Creating a Data Warehouse for Green Transportation Nudging”, Master’s thesis in Computer Science,  UiT The Arctic University of Norway,  Department of Computer Science – May 2019

Fagerli, Kristin: «Forbedret tilstandsovervåkning av bærelager i Sjona kraftverk ved digitalisering», Mastergradsoppgave i teknologi – energi, klima og miljø, UiT Norges Arktiske universitet, Institutt for fysikk og teknologi – juni 2019.

Jacobsen, Tobias Thørnquist , “Distributed Renewable Generation and Power Flow Control to Improve Power Quality at Northern Senja, Norway”, Master’s thesis in Technology – energy, climate and environment,  UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Department of Physics and Technology – June 2019

Eikeland, Odin Foldvik, “Investigation of Photovoltaic Energy Yield on Tromsøya by Mapping Solar Potential in ArcGIS”, Master’s thesis in Technology – energy, climate and environment,  UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Department of Physics and Technology – June 2019.

Rannekleiv, Lars Marius: “Estimation of power supply by renewable energy sources to a weather station at Nordlysobservatoriet, Alta”, Master’s thesis in Technology – energy, climate and environment,  UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Department of Physics and Technology – August 2019.

Bednorz, Paul: ”Decentralized wind power as part of the relief for an overstrained grid. A case study on Northern Senja, Norway”,  Master’s thesis in Technology – energy, climate and environment,  UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Department of Physics and Technology – August 2019.

Chankyu Choi: “Time Series Forecasting with Recurrent Neural Networks in Presence of Missing Data“, Master’s thesis in Physics, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Department of Physics and Technology – January 2019.

Magdalena Simma: “Measuring Wind Using the Internal Stabilisation System of a Quadrotor Drone”, Master’s thesis in Physics, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Department of Physics and Technology – May 2018. 

Øystein Jordheim : “Angle Dependent Reflectance and Performance of Solar Cells and Absorbers”, Master’s thesis in Physics, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Department of Physics and Technology – June 2018. 

Sigurd Dahlen: “The Future of Solar Energy in Marine Applications” Master’s thesis in Energy, Climate and Environment, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Department of Physics and Technology – June 2018. 

Solangi, Ali Raza: “Icing Effects on Power Lines and Anti-icing and De-icing Methods, Master’s thesis in Technology and Safety in High North, UiT The Arctic University of Norway,  Department of Engineering and Safety – June 2018

Nils Joakim Døvre Bakken: “Seasonal energy storage for district heating applications, including simulation and analysis of Borehole Thermal Energy Storage systems”, Master’s thesis in Energy, Climate and Environment, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Department of Physics and Technology – June 2018.

Erik Westad Strømsheim: “Henry David Thoreau – et filosofisk villnis: Idéer om det gode liv og det blomstrende mennesket i naturen.” Masteroppgave i filosofi ved HSL-fakultetet, UiT høst 2017.

Kristoffer Mällberg: “Å bøye seg med vinden. En diskusjon av tre forskjellige aspekter av et ansvar for å motarbeide globale klilmaendringer.” Masteroppgave i filosofi ved HSL-fakultetet, UiT mai 2014.

Completed Ph.d. dissertations

Lai, Chia-Yun: “Quantitatively reinterpreting atomic force microscopy via the data science paradigm”,  A dissertation for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Department of Physics and Technology – November 2019

Babar, Bilal: “Solar resource assessment at high latitude regions”, A dissertation for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Department of Physics and Technology – January 2019

Tran, Vi Ngoc-Nha, “Modeling Energy Consumption of Computing Systems: from Homogeneous to Heterogeneous Systems”, A dissertation for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor, UiT The Arctic University of Norway,  Department of Computer Science September 2018

Nguyen, Van Nhan: ”Advancing Deep Learning for Automatic Autonomous Vision-based Power Line Inspection”, A dissertation for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Department of Physics and Technology – August 2019

More projects and theses are underway to be completed. Take a look at our education section if you want to know more about our study programs and courses.

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