Proposal of Project and Master theses 2020-2021
- Software for Children and Teens
- Understanding the relation between Sustainable Development Goals and Software Engineering Processes
Master theses 2019
- ENGEBAK, Ina-Marie Hansen. A digital game using collaborative storytelling to help children practice empathy. 2019. Master’s Thesis. NTNU.
- QUAYYUM, Farzana. The Role of Big Data in Addressing Societal Challenges. 2019. Master’s Thesis. NTNU.
- Eirik H. Lund Scalability of Blockchain-based
Supply Chain Management Systems 2019. Master’s Thesis
- WOLD, Ida. Creating an App Motivating People with Intellectual Disabilities to Do Physical Activity. 2019. Master’s Thesis. NTNU.
- EVENSEN, Ingrid; OMFJORD, Jens Brandsgård. Designing game-inspired mobile applications to promote physical activity for individuals with intellectual disabilities. 2019. Master’s Thesis. NTNU.
- BREVIK, Jostein. Designing Mobile Software to Prevent Child Marriage. 2019. Master’s Thesis. NTNU.
- ADHIKARI, Kshitiz. Exploring girls’ perception on Computing careers via educational quiz-application. 2019. Master’s Thesis. NTNU.
Autumn Projects 2018
- On The Relation Between Blockchain Technology and Sustainability: A Mapping Study Eirik Harald LUND
- The role of big data and analytics in addressing societal challenges: A systematic mapping review of the literature Farzana Quayyum
- Exergame or Game-Inspired Application
Motivating to Outdoor Physical Activity for
Adolescents and Young Adults with Intellectual
- A collaborative digital game using storytelling to foster empathy in children Ina-Marie Hansen Engebak
- jostein 2018
- kshitiz_adhikari 2018
Master Projects 2018
Autumn Projects 2017