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Disputation Muhammad Asif

Disputation Muhammad Asif

18th of August, Muhammad Asif completed his trial lecture and thesis defense. He will eventually be awarded the PhD degree. Professor John Krogstie has supervised his PhD work at the Information Systems research group. Co-supervisors have been Professor Guttorm Sindre and Associate Professor Hallvard Trætteberg.

The committee appointed to evaluate his thesis, trial lecture and defense consisted of; Professor Jan Damsgaard (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark), Senior Researcher Jacqueline Floch (SINTEF IKT, Norway) and Adjunct Associate Professor Anders Kofod-Petersen (NTNU). Anders Kofod-Petersen was also the administrator of the assessment committee.

Muhammad's trial lecture was titled: Persuasive computing - its diffusion and behavioural change (pdf)

He defended his PhD thesis:
Personalization of Mobile Services (pdf)
Slides (pdf)

By: Kai Torgeir Dragland     Published: 20.08.2014     
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