Writing & Submitting Your Thesis

This page has been prepared by the library in association with the Education Affairs Team and provide details about each stage of writing and submitting your thesis/dissertation.

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Guide for Thesis Writing

Please see the attached document below ‘Guidelines for Thesis Wiriting’ for more detailed information.

Notes

  1. Paper size: A4, The original color of pictures should be maintained even after printed. 
  2. Your department name or major should be written on ‘front cover’ and ‘title page’. 
  3. Signed page of ‘The confirmation of thesis/dissertation approval’ should be contained. 
  4. Reference style: Depending on student's needs and studying field, referencing style can be selected among 5 styles which are APA, AMS, ACS, IEEE, and Harvard style.
Reference Styles Guide
StyleCiting Reference in TextStyle for Reference Lists

ACS

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The syntheses described by Fraser8 take advantage of carbohydrate topology

Jensen (3) reported oscillation in the reaction of benzaldehyde with oxygen.

According to Harris (2003), drug release is controlled by varying the hydrolytic stability of the ester bond.

<Journal article>

Klingler,J. Influence of Pretreatment on Sodium Powder. Chem. Mater. 2005, 17, 2755-2768.

<Book>

Le Couteur, P.; Burreson, J. Napoleon’s Button: How 17 Molecules Changed History ; Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam: New York, 2003; pp 32-47.

for Energy & Chemical Engineering, Material Science, Mechanical & Nuclear Engineering, Life Scineces, Nanochemistry

AMS

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American Mathematical Society (AMS)

for Applied Meathematics

APA

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Kessler (2003) found that among epidemiological samples…

Early onset result in a more persistent and sever course (Kessler, 2003)

In 2003, Kessler’s study of epidemiological samples showed that

<Journal article>

Lightm M. A., & Light, I. H. (2008). The geographic expansion of Mexican immigration in the United States and its implications for local law enforcement. Law Enforcement Executive Forum Journal, 8(1). 73-82.

<Book>

Shotton, M. A. (1989). Computer addiction? A study of computer dependency. London, England: Taylor & Francis.

for Design & Human Engineering, Urban & Environmntal Engineering, Business Administration

IEEE

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as shown by Brown [4],[5]

as demonstrated in [3]

<Journal article>

[1] R.E.Kalman, “New results in linear filtering and redition theory,” J.Basic Eng., ser. D, vol. 83,pp.95-108, Mar. 1961.

<Book>

[1] B. Klaus and P. Horn, Robot Vision. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1986

for Electrical & Computer Engineering, Device Physics, Physics
Why Should I Submit My Thesis?
  1. It’s a necessary process to get your doctorate or master’s. 
  2. Report your research to the UNIST. 
  3. Sharing your research with UNIST members or other future researchers.

 

Thesis Submission Process

There are 2 steps to submit your thesis.

  1. Submit the original file of your thesis on the dCollection. (http://unist.dcollection.net)
  2. Report your research to the UNIST.

 

The original file and hardback should be same contents.

 

Things for Submission

Online

Submission

Original file (MS Word or PDF)

Hardback

Submission

  1. Master’s degree: 2 copies / Doctoral degree: 4 copies (Also, 1 copy to the school office for both master’s and doctoral)
  2. Thesis/Dissertation Copyright Consent Form
    1. You should make out copyright consent form and submit it with hardback.
    2. Your advisor's signature is required for the form.
    3. Please check the attachment of thesis submission guide e-mail.
  3. Certificate of Thesis/Dissertation Submission
    1. It is available to print on dCollection after you submitting the online thesis.
Online Submission at dCollection

Please see the attached document below ‘Guidelines for Thesis Submitting’ for more detailed information.

Steps

  1.  Complete your thesis
    1. MS word or PDF, You should make one file for entire paper.
    2. If it’s impossible, the file can be divided up into maximum 3 files.
  2.  Access the online submission site: dCollection (http://unist.dcollection.net)
  3.  Log-in: ID is your student number, Password is your birhday(YYMMDD) 
  4.  Select a ‘Start a Submission > Dissertation Submission’ menu.
  5.  Select a submission object and click the ‘Submit’ button.
  6.  Enter your contact information.
  7.  Enter the information(metadata) of your thesis.
  8.  Set the copyright agreement.
  9.  Upload original file(s).
  10.  Check your submission and confirm.
  11.  Get the approval and print certificates.

 

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