Choosing Your Topic

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Important Note

The information on the page below is for students enrolled in Thesis prior to 2016.

Students who are commencing Thesis A in Semester 1, 2016 should go to:

Before you can finalise your enrolment in Thesis Part A, you will need to select a topic that you are interested in, and be accepted by an academic supervisor(s). CSE students are expected to select topics from the CSE Thesis Topic database.

The following links will assist you in this:

Students seeking topics from an external source must seek advice from the CSE Thesis Coordinator.

Once you have selected a suitable topic, you will need to complete a Thesis Nomination Form via myCSE.

See here for the procedure to Change your Topic or Supervisor.

For NICTA-based thesis topics and industry topics, there should be at least one permanent CSE staff member involved in the assessment. For this purpose, CSE conjoints are not considered CSE staff. All assessors are assigned by the CSE Thesis Coordinator based on this policy.

CSE Student Office

CSE Student Office

Contact the CSE Student Office for advice on all program related matters, including policy and procedure, in relation to admission, enrolment, progression, and graduation.

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myCSE is the web interface for many staff activities and a few student processes.

UGRD Students Thesis topic nomination and variation, submissions, seminar scheduling, Report Library.

PGRD Students Project nominations, project submission, review scheduling, conference scheduling.