Many papers you write require developing a thesis statement. Keep in mind that not all papers require thesis statements. If in doubt, please consult your instructor for assistance. Not all papers require thesis statements! Your topic is the subject about which you will write. Your assignment may suggest several ways of looking at a topic; or it may name a fairly general concept that you will explore or analyze in your paper.
ESA Fly Your Thesis! 2017 Call for Proposals
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Prior to filling out the experiment proposal template,teams should carry out some research of the scientific literature to see whether work has already been done on the same or similar topic. Literature references are essential in order to demonstrate that teams are fully informed about the current status of research in this field. The experiment proposal must also explain the relevance of hypergravity to the project and - more particularly - the relevance of using the Large Diameter Centrifuge as a means of achieving its objectives. It should be noted that this facility offers a range of hypergravity levels from 1 to 20 g. The applicants must also explain in full detail how the proposed experiment is related to their syllabus. They should indicate which academic projects they are involved in and how their proposed experiment would be relevant to these projects. The text of the proposal should be comprehensible to scientists of various fields and engineers with a general scientific background.
Spin Your Thesis! programme
ESA Education is inviting university student teams to submit proposals related to designing, building and flying their experiment in a parabolic flight campaign, which is tentatively scheduled to take place in autumn ESA Education is currently accepting proposals. Teams interested in participating in the Fly your Thesis! Experiments are required to be a key part of master or PhD theses, and the subject of the experiments investigations must require availability of microgravity conditions. ESA will select up to 15 teams to proceed through to the next round.
The Spin Your Thesis! The experiments can weigh up to 80kg and spin for a maximum uninterrupted session lasting 60 hours. ESA Academy encourages applications of students from a diverse range of backgrounds, such as life sciences, physics and engineering. Throughout the SYT programme, students will develop important scientific and academic skills, as well as skills that are important in industry, such as project, financial and risk management, problem solving and working with people from different nationalities. Data can later be published in relevant articles or presented at international conferences.