Doctoral presentations of current interest, where the thesis is available in Munin:

12 Jun 2024: Mithlesh Kumar Ray

Long non-coding RNAs in ulcerative colitis

14 Jun 2024: Srijana Bastakoti Belbase

Exploring Staphylococcus aureus Adaptation in In vitro Colonization and Infection Models: A Transcriptomics Approach

14 Jun 2024: Katrine Prydz

From student to professional – mastering the necessary non-technical skills. Assessment tools and effects of multi-professional simulation training

14 Jun 2024: Nina Planting Mølmann

Finnmark mellom frigjøring og fred. Livsvilkår blant overvintrere fra 25. oktober 1944 til 8. mai 1945

17 Jun 2024: Nils Bochow

Modelling the Earth System - From Tipping Elements to Reconstructions

18 Jun 2024: Liv-Hege Johnsen

Intracranial artery disease in the general population

18 Jun 2024: Tina Pettersen Engseth

The perception of the menstrual cycle, cycle-related symptoms, and hormonal contraception in female endurance athletes: The FENDURA project

19 Jun 2024: Fredrik Garnås Rylandsholm

Structural characterisation and drug-lipid interaction by NMR spectroscopy

20 Jun 2024: Kay-Martin Johnsen

Towards personalized medicine in ulcerative colitis. Long-term follow-up after biological treatment and prediction of clinical outcomes

21 Jun 2024: Tor Håvard Solhaug

Tone and internal word structure: The interface between morphosyntax and phonology in a variety of Northern Norwegian

26 Jun 2024: Alexandra Kondratieva

Exploring fluorination in MBL inhibitor design

27 Jun 2024: Nina Mjølsnes Salvo

Forensic DNA phenotyping - Towards reliable and accurate DNA tests for prediction of eye colour, hair colour and biogeographical ancestry

27 Jun 2024: Andreas Kjæreng Winther

Activity Profiles and Training Loads of Highly Trained Female Football Players

28 Jun 2024: Yasemin V. Bodur

Aspects of the biological carbon pump in the Atlantic sector of the Arctic: Aggregation, vertical flux and pelagic-benthic coupling

  • Label Propagation in Machine Learning Systems: Providing End-to-End Traceability with Explainable Artificial Intelligence 

    Ingebrigtsen, Marius Johan (Mastergradsoppgave; Master thesis, 2024-05-15)
    Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the underlying Machine Learning (ML) technology is experiencing increased applications in various areas. The training of ML models requires significant amounts of data, and data might contain restrictions regarding their permitted usage. High-performant models are often called black-boxes because of their complex decision-making process. Thus, ML applications threaten ...
  • Bootstrapping the Integrity of Sensor Data Labels at the Microcontroller Level Using Physically Unclonable Functions: Addressing Physical Vulnerabilities in the IoT Domain 

    Monsen, Henrik (Mastergradsoppgave; Master thesis, 2024-05-15)
    Modern decision-making processes across industries today increasingly rely on data-driven insights derived from various sources. As smart devices, sensor tech- nology, and the IoT (Internet of Things) evolve, organizations are progressively leveraging these technologies for data-driven decision-making. However, with the introduction of regulations such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) ...
  • Training and Model Parameters to Defend against Tabular Leakage Attacks 

    Balasubramanian, Pragatheeswaran (Mastergradsoppgave; Master thesis, 2024-05-15)
    Federated Learning (FL) is a privacy-preserving approach to train machine learning models on distributed datasets across different organizations. This is particularly beneficial for domains like healthcare and finance, where user data is often sensitive and tabular (e.g., hospital records and financial transactions). However, recent research like Tableak highlighted vulnerabilities that can exploit ...
  • Barne- og ungdomspsykiatri i et lavinntektsland (Nepal). Utfordringer, barrierer og muligheter i pasientbehandling og i samarbeid med distriktene. En kvalitativ studie 

    Somby, Silje Máret; Magga, Kristine Wollmann (Master thesis; Mastergradsoppgave, 2022-06-15)
    Denne masteroppgaven tar for seg hvilke erfaringer kliniske psykologer og psykiatere ved det første BUP-senteret i Nepal har hatt med å utvikle barne- og ungdomspsykiatriske tjenester i et av verdens fattigste land. Det ble gjennomført kvalitative, individuelle dybdeintervjuer på engelsk av til sammen åtte informanter: fire psykologer og fire psykiatere fra BUP-poliklinikken på Kanti Children's ...
  • Nature Connectedness in Preschool Children 

    Gustavsson, Helenah (Master thesis; Mastergradsoppgave, 2024-05-02)
    This study aimed to assess nature connectedness in preschool children. Spending time in nature is associated with multiple health benefits, in terms of cognitive, social, and emotional well-being. Individuals who are highly connected to nature tend to spend more time in nature. The objectives of this study were threefold: to examine if children in nature preschools differ in their nature connectedness ...

View more