Dear Thesis A students,
By the end of Week 1, you need to register your thesis topic details and set up a thesis project (project = topic + you + supervisor + assessor).
IMPORTANT: students without a topic by this deadline will be asked to discontinue Thesis A and try again next term.
Before registering your topic, you need to personally contact potential supervisors and get acceptance from a supervisor, who provide the topic and nominate an assessor for your thesis.
Then you can register the topic in Thesis Management System (TMS): https://thesis.cse.unsw.edu.au/ .
If a topic in TMS is not available to apply, please send me the accept email from your supervisor and the topic name or link, then I can make it available or allocate it to you.
Dr. Jing Hsu, CSE Thesis Admin
The recording and slides for the "Introduction to Thesis" talk are now available in the Thesis A course website under Week 0 of Week-by-week menu item on the left.
If you have not yet started your topic selection, I will ask you to make use of this week to speak to potential supervisors. We want to see that all Thesis A students to have a topic by Friday of Week 1 at the latest. However, it is preferable that you have a topic by the end of this week so that you can start meeting your supervisor in Week 1. All the best with your thesis.
Welcome to Thesis A for 23T3!
I hope you're excited to start Thesis A as it heralds, for most of you, the beginning of your last year of your degree.
My name is Chun Tung Chou and I am the convenor for CSE Research Thesis. I am writing to tell you some important information about Thesis A.
We have arranged two activities for you for Week 0. This is the double bonus that you get for starting Thesis in Term 3.
I look forward to seeing you in both talks. Both talks will be recorded and made available.