Ricard, Michael J. Shumsky, Robert A. Theodosopoulos, Theodore V. Ramakrishnan, V. Staats, Richard C. Hall, Susan A. Veatch, Michael H. Vranas, Peter B.
Bai, Sherman X. Ballman, Karla V. Talluri, Kalyan T. Venkatakrishnan, C. Goemans, Michel X. Modiano, Eduardo M. Shepardson, Wilfred B. Bloom, Jeremy A. Domestic Air Passenger Markets, September Cretin, Shan A. Mirchandani, Pitu B. Hauser, John R. Handler, Gabriel Y. Zhu, Jessica H. Furtado, Jazmin D. Vanden Berg, Andrew M. Airline Networks, June Lepird, John R. Fast, Shannon M. Jernigan, Nicholas R. Kim, Louis Y. Paynter, Jonathan L.
Optimized Border Interdiction, June Culver, David M. Relyea, Stephen L. Crimmel, Brian A. Evans, Jane A. Cho, Philip Y. Howard, Nicholas J. Hung, Benjamin W. Seidel, Scott B. Shenk, Kimberly N. Patterns of Heart Attacks, June Snyder, Ashley M. Murphy, Maurice D. Noyes, Clay W. McAllister, Daniel B. Hickman, Randal E. Malasky, Jeremy S. Wroten, Matthew C. Jeffreys, Christopher G. Koepke, Corbin G. Timmers, Kendell M.
Zarybnisky, Eric J. Bart, Yakov Y. Nielsen, Christopher A. Clark, Steven J. Moffitt II, Jeffrey D. Werner,Loren M.
Cohen, Jonathan E. Safety at What Price? Coumeri, Marc H. McKeever, Scott D. Path Planning for an Autonomous Vehicle, June Messmacher, Eduardo B. Models for Project Management, June Tziligakis, Constantine N. Submission Date Degree candidates must submit the required copies of their theses to the appropriate office of the department or program in which they are registered on the dates specified in the Academic Calendar.
September, February, and June are the only months in which degrees are awarded. Additional copies of the thesis may be required by the department.
What is submitted? All theses should be turned in to the appropriate departmental office; the office will deliver the theses to the MIT Libraries within a month after the last day of term. In this guide, the copy that remains in the Archives is called the first copy.
Additional copies required for the divisional libraries see following section are referred to as the second and possibly third copies. The department may ask for copies in addition to those required for the Libraries.
The student may, of course, keep personal copies. Bachelor's Degree Theses Not all departments send bachelor's theses to the Archives. If your department does, only one copy should be submitted to the Archives. Please check the requirements of your department. Undergraduate students do not pay a library processing fee.
Graduate Degree Theses Number of copies: Normally, two copies are required for the Libraries — one for the Archives and a second for the appropriate divisional library. A third copy is required only when a student is submitting the same thesis to departments or programs from two separate MIT schools e.
If the departments are in the same school e. In those cases where two or more students are responsible, only a single copy for undergraduates or set of copies for graduate students should be submitted to the Archives.
Undergraduate students who wish to undertake joint thesis research should submit a request to the Office of the Vice Chancellor. PQDT can be searched by author name, subject terms, and all words in the title and abstract. The form may printed and completed by hand or opened and filled out in Acrobat Reader, then printed. When filling out the form, choose the appropriate subject categories from the list provided with the form. Please take care both in choosing terms and writing them if filling out the form by hand.
It is especially important that your name appear on this form exactly as it does on the title page and abstract of your thesis. Students and supervisors should vet thesis content carefully before submission to avoid both scenarios whenever possible. Undergraduate students do not pay a processing fee. Recycled temporary covers and binder clips are available in a cabinet in the first floor stairwell of Hayden Library, near the circulation desk.
The front cover should be labeled with the following information: author's name, thesis title, course, month and year of graduation, and which copy it is first, second, or third. The MIT Libraries pay for the binding of theses retained in their collection. Copyright The Institute's policy concerning ownership of thesis copyright is covered in Rules and Regulations of the Faculty, 2. The following are guidelines to assist the student in determining who holds ownership of the thesis copyright: The Institute will hold ownership of the copyrights to theses if: the thesis research is performed in whole or in part by the student with financial support in the form of wages, salary, stipend, or grant from funds administered by the Institute the thesis research is performed in whole or in part utilizing equipment or facilities provided to the Institute under conditions that impose copyright restrictions.
In general, students may retain ownership of thesis copyrights when the only form of support is a teaching assistantships the duties of which do not include research activities and b NSF and NIH traineeships and fellowships although the trainee or fellow may be required to grant certain publishing rights to NSF or NIH. Actual determination of a student's status is made by reference to the account from which the student receives support.
Specific questions on permission to copyright should be referred to the Technology Licensing Office , tlo mit. When copyright ownership is held by the student, the student must, as condition of a degree award, grant royalty-free permission to the Institute to reproduce and publicly distribute copies of the thesis, and must place the following legend on the thesis title page: "The author hereby grants to MIT permission to reproduce and to distribute publicly paper and electronic copies of this thesis document in whole or in part in any medium now known or hereafter created.
When copyright is held by the Institute, requests for permission to reuse or republish a thesis should be directed to permissions-lib mit. However, the student is authorized to post electronic versions of the student's own thesis, in whole or in part, on the World Wide Web. Any further publication of the thesis in whole or in part shall be made only with the authorization of the Technology Licensing Office, in consultation with the head of the department or course in which the student was registered when the thesis was accepted.
The student must also place the legend above on the thesis title page. Implementation: How to Copyright a Thesis Each student should place the appropriate copyright notice on the thesis. All rights reserved. See sample title pages. A copyright notice should also appear on any non-paper material e.
Use of Previously Published Material in a Thesis Each student is responsible for obtaining permission, if necessary, to include previously published material in the thesis.Below you will find a listing by year of the research performed by ORC students. Li, Andrew A. Algorithms for Large-Scale Personalization, June Marks, Christopher E. Misic, Velibor V. Cohen, Maxime C.
.Shumsky, Robert A. Kluberg, Lionel J. When using thesis templates on Athena, use caution and verify that the pagination requirements are being met. Murphy, Maurice D. Relyea, Stephen L.
However, the electronic version is not considered to be the official copy. Use of Previously Published Material in a Thesis Each student is responsible for obtaining permission, if necessary, to include previously published material in the thesis. Howard, Nicholas J. Kassab, Hisham I. When using thesis templates on Athena, use caution and verify that the pagination requirements are being met.
Jeffreys, Christopher G. Implementation: How to Copyright a Thesis Each student should place the appropriate copyright notice on the thesis. Chandler, Lincoln J. Ricard, Michael J. Nielsen, Christopher A.
Optimized Border Interdiction, June Bloom, Jeremy A. Talluri, Kalyan T. Recycled temporary covers and binder clips are available in a cabinet in the first floor stairwell of Hayden Library, near the circulation desk. Wike, Carl E.
Noyes, Clay W. Messmacher, Eduardo B. Vranas, Peter B.