Undertake an independent and original investigation, normally experimentally or practically-based, relating to a specific area of the syllabus.
At a glance
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- Duration5 days
- LocationCranfield campus
Course structureSupervisor Meetings, Project Research, Library Work
What you will learn
On successful completion of this module a student should be able to:
- Critically evaluate current existing research in a specific area of digital forensics.
- Construct and justify an appropriate plan and research methodology for a digital forensics research project.
- Conduct experiments or apply other digital forensic principles, techniques, or theories in the context of digital forensics research.
- Evaluate the methods, experiments, techniques, and results in the context of digital forensic science.
- Produce a dissertation that presents the research in a concise, clear, well-presented manner.
- Defend the methodology and results in an oral examination.
- A ‘project skills’ day covering literature reviews, referencing, methodology and experiments in digital forensics, and other related topics.
- Regular meetings with your project supervisor.
- Andrew Sheldon
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