Theses in APICe

For university to fully operate its essential functions, research should be more and more integrated with teaching activities. One of the main tools of integration is represented by theses, where students of the last year can put themselves to test by autonomously exploring technically-challenging fields, often characterised by some degree of scientific pertinence.

This space is then devoted to the theses proposed and supervised by the members of APICe, and contains a relevant number of the theses developed in collaboration with APICe researchers in the last years in Cesena and Bologna. The goals of this space are the following:

  • to keep track of all the theses completed;
  • to show ongoing thesis activities;
  • to display the activities of interest in the form of available theses;
  • to fully support the interaction between students developing a thesis and their supervisors.

While the structure of this space space is likely to develop in time, it now contains a record of

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