We usually offer several bachelor thesis projects every year. For optimal learning output you should enter the project with a genuine interest in theoretical physics and some confidence in the mathematical toolbox that you have acquired. Most of our projects have a computational aspect; and consequently those projects offer an excellent opportunity to advance your skills in the computational scientific methodology.
Read more about avaliable bachelor projects in physics on the Chalmers homepage (information only available in Swedish).
See also past bachelor projects from our group!
Published student projects
We are always aiming to construct projects that are directly related to ongoing research efforts. In fact, we take great pride in the fact that several projects have lead all the way to a scientific publication. This is remarkable given that bachelor projects are performed by third-year undergraduate students. See examples below (bachelor student authors in bold face):
Projected sensitivity to sub-GeV dark matter of next-generation semiconductor detectors
by E. Andersson, A. Bökmark, R. Catena, T. Emken, H. Klein Moberg and E. Åstrand
J-factors for self-interacting dark matter in 20 dwarf spheroidal galaxies
by Sebastian Bergström, R. Catena, A. Chiappo, J. Conrad, B. Eurenius, M. Eriksson, M. Högberg, S. Larsson, E. Olsson, A. Unger and R. Wadman
Uncertainty analysis and order-by-order optimization of chiral nuclear interactions
by B. D. Carlsson, A. Ekström, C. Forssén, D. Fahlin Strömberg, O. Lilja, M. Lindby, B. A. Mattsson and K. A. Wendt
Strongly interacting few-fermion systems in a trap
by C. Forssén, R. Lundmark, J. Rotureau, J. Larsson, D. Lidberg
Preprint: arXiv:1504.013034 [cond-mat]
Publication: Few-Body Syst (2015) 56: 837.
Contribution to the conference proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on the “Dynamics of Critically Stable Quantum Few-Body Systems”
The Similarity Renormalization Group for Three-Body Interactions in One Dimension
by O. Åkerlund, E. J. Lindgren, J. Bergsten, B. Grevholm, P. Lerner, R. Linscott, C. Forssén, L. Platter