Surveying, Planning and Land Management (cand.scient.techn.), Master

Master Programme

Education structure: Education

1. term

Department of Planning › Study Board of Planning, Geography and Surveying › Surveying, Planning and Land Management (cand.scient.techn.), Master

2. term

Department of Planning › Study Board of Planning, Geography and Surveying › Surveying, Planning and Land Management (cand.scient.techn.), Master

3. term

Department of Planning › Study Board of Planning, Geography and Surveying › Surveying, Planning and Land Management (cand.scient.techn.), Master

4. term

Department of Planning › Study Board of Planning, Geography and Surveying › Surveying, Planning and Land Management (cand.scient.techn.), Master

  1. Surveying, Planning and Land Management (cand.scient.techn.), Master
  2. Success Factors for brownfields redevelopment in Spain: A comparative analysis of three examples of Brownfields with different status

    Jesus Daniel Gonzalez Carmena

    Surveying, Planning and Land Management (cand.scient.techn.), Master, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2016

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  3. Integrating Historical Maps and Photographs into Geographic Information Systems (GIS): Hamra of Beirut Revisited

    Bruno Cardoso, Elise Thing

    Surveying, Planning and Land Management (cand.scient.techn.), Master, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2015

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  4. Land consolidation in a river valley: Nature- and society benefits

    Mads Bylov Tanderup

    Surveying, Planning and Land Management (cand.scient.techn.), Master, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2015

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  5. Slum mapping as a tool for improving the life of slum communities in Africa: Comparative studies of cases from Kenya, Uganda and Namibia

    Iwona Magdalena Kruk

    Surveying, Planning and Land Management (cand.scient.techn.), Master, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2015

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  6. USING CELLULAR AUTOMATA TO ANALYZE AND MODEL URBAN GROWTH. A case study of the greater Copenhagen area from 1990 to 2010

    Carolynn Amujal

    Surveying, Planning and Land Management (cand.scient.techn.), Master, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2015

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  7. GIS in a consulting engineering company: An analysis of the possibilities in Rambøll

    Lars Kristian Engelsby Hansen

    Surveying, Planning and Land Management (cand.scient.techn.), Master, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2014

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  8. Realisering af de kommunale Natura 2000-handleplaner

    Jannie Fredenslund, Nete Gjerrild Weng

    Surveying, Planning and Land Management (cand.scient.techn.), Master, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2014

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  9. Port Development and Land Use through the Danish Planning System: An analysis of the Danish planning framework with a particular focus on port development and land use.

    Daniel Michael Roche

    Surveying, Planning and Land Management (cand.scient.techn.), Master, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2013

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  10. Quality Assessment of Danish government geographical data using the gradient boosting algorithm Catboost

    Mark Thomas Takacs

    Surveying, Planning and Land Management (cand.scient.techn.), Master, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2012

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  11. Webgis based crowdsourcing, aiming at producing inland lake charts in Denmark

    Thomas Vedel

    Surveying, Planning and Land Management (cand.scient.techn.), Master, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2012

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)