The role of the opponent
As an opponent, you shall give constructive feedback and comments on another student’s degree project, and ask questions about things that are unclear or that you don’t understand. The following list can be used as a guideline when preparing your opposition:
- Is the problem clearly described?
- Is the problem motivated from a scientific, societal or business perspective?
- Is relevant related related work referenced to?
- Is the methodology well explained and motivated?
- Is the data clearly presented and understandable?
- Are the conclusions drawn backed up by the results?
- Are all objectives met?
- Is the report well written and have a good structure and language usage?
You are also required to hand in a written opposition of 1-2 pages after the presentations, containing the same feedback and comments but in written form.