Campus Gotland PoP 2022

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Welcome to a week of presentations of student essays and degree project papers!     

30 May-3 June, we will be organising Campus Gotland PoP. At this event, the graduating students from a number of programmes at Campus Gotland will present the results of their BA and MA thesis projects to a wider public, and we are looking forward to welcoming students, faculty, families, and friends of Campus Gotland who are interested to join. 

If you are a student who has not yet started your essay/degree project paper, this could be an opportunity for you to find inspiration. 

The graduating students will be from the following Bachelor’s programmes:

and the following Master’s programmes:​

Schedule for Campus Gotland PoP 2022. NB: The schedule is continuously updated!

Facebook event for Campus Gotland PoP 2022.

Very welcome to Campus Gotland PoP 2022!

Monday 30 May

08:30-09:10 in lecture hall E22 (Almedalen library, Cramérgatan 5)
Title: Sustainable tourism mobility on Gotland with a main focus on electric vehicles
Student: Zhaoyi Liu
Programme: Bachelor's Programme in Energy Transition - Sustainability and Leadership

09:15-09:55 in lecture hall E22 (Almedalen library, Cramérgatan 5)
Title: Wind resource variation between mesoscale and downscale linear wind model - comparison of surface roughness and proximity to Baltic coast
Student: Jonas Deksnys
Programme: Bachelor's Programme in Energy Transition - Sustainability and Leadership

09:55-10:10: Break

10:15-10:55 in lecture hall E22 (Almedalen library, Cramérgatan 5)
Title: Decarbonising the mining industry: the case of Dannemora iron ore mine
Student: Felix Meyer
Programme: Bachelor's Programme in Energy Transition - Sustainability and Leadership

11:00-11:40 in lecture hall E22 (Almedalen library, Cramérgatan 5)
Title: Biochar production from municipal sewage sludge via pyrolysis - the case of Gotland
Student: Lara-Patricia Brokmeier
Programme: Bachelor's Programme in Energy Transition - Sustainability and Leadership

11:45-12:55: Lunch

13.00-13:40 in lecture hall E22 (Almedalen library, Cramérgatan 5)
Title: Potential rooftop photovoltaic energy production calculation for residential buildings in Visby - Case study about Gotlandshem
Student: Xiang Li
Programme: Bachelor's Programme in Energy Transition - Sustainability and Leadership

13:45-14:25 in lecture hall E22 (Almedalen library, Cramérgatan 5)
Title: The EU Sustainability Taxonomy: A public policy process analysis and historical overview
Student: Athena Shamloo
Programme: Bachelor's Programme in Energy Transition - Sustainability and Leadership

14:30-15:10 in lecture hall E22 (Almedalen library, Cramérgatan 5)
Title: Direct Air Capture contribution to sustainable development
Student: Hólmfrídur Snorradóttir
Programme: Bachelor's Programme in Energy Transition - Sustainability and Leadership

1 June

09.05-9.35 in room B24
Title: Wind power project development: a multi-criteria decision analysis: framework for subcontractors' 
Student: Yassin Chetouani
Programme: Master programme in Wind Power Project Management (two years)

09:45-10.15 in room B24
Title: Laboratory assessment. numerical modelling and uncertainty analysis between wind measurement system 
Student: Tianyu Wang
Programme: Master programme in Wind Power Project Management (two years)

10.25-10.55 in room B24
Title: Competiveness of offshore wind in the Nordic & Baltic countries - a market outlook
Student: Darar Barakat
Programme: Master programme in Wind Power Project Management (two years)

10 minute break

11:15-11.45 in room B24
Title: Feasibility analysis for the decarbonisation of a decentralised grid system: a case study for the island of Fuerteventura, Spain 
Student: Pablo Melian Batista
Programme: Master programme in Wind Power Project Management (two years)

11.55-12.25 in room B24
Title: Assesment of wind power forecasting error for Gotland
Student: Simon Rengmyr
Programme: Master programme in Wind Power Project Management (two years)

2 june

09:05-9:35 in room E41
Titel: A qualitative study of local politicians' changed attitudes towards wind power projects 
Student: Tomas Bolvin
Programme: Master Programme in Wind Power Project Management (one year)

9:45-10:15 in room E41
Titel: Comparative analysis of energy-based and revenue-based availability metrics of wind turbines
Student: El Mehdi Ouchlou
Programme: Master Programme in Wind Power Project Management (one year)

10:25-10:55 in room E41
Titel: Bidding on the future: a comparative analysis of offshore wind auctions in the UK and the Netherlands
Student: Arjun Kanumarath
Programme: Master Programme in Wind Power Project Management (one year)

10 minute break

11:15-11:45 in room E41
Titel: Constellation elements of wind power planning in economical forests in Lower Saxony, Germany
Student: Esther Sopia Rust
Programme: Master Programme in Wind Power Project Management (one year)

11:55-12:25 in room E41
Titel: Assessment of wind power projects: the development of a methodology for early-stage evaluation
Student: Ilya Ibraheem
Programme: Master Programme in Wind Power Project Management (one year)

11:00-11.20 in room G41 (G building at Strandgatan 1)
Title: I’ll be Missing You – The Dynamic Influence of Spread in First-Person Shooters
Students: Daniel Burt, George Eriksson & Valentyn Lyevyentsov
Programme: Bachelor's programmes in Game design

11:20-11:40 in room G41 (G building at Strandgatan 1)
Title: Hearts of Irony: A game designers’ study of counterfactual bias in a WW2 game
Students: Mark Victor Laguitan & Theo Carl Hübner Sallis
Programme: Bachelor's programmes in Game design

11:40-12:00 in room G41 (G building at Strandgatan 1)
Title: Avatar selection in the metaverse: How users choose their digital persona in VRChat
Students: Andrej Dudoglo & Florian Ritter​
Programme: Bachelor's programmes in Game design

13:00-13:40 in room B14
Title: Skandinaviska ländernas tillvägagångssätt för att minska klimatutsläppen för väg- och anläggningsprojekt
Student: Sanna Fredriksson
Programme: Bachelor's Programme in Environmental Science

13:40-14:20 in room B14
Title: En jämförande livscykelanalys av konventionell och ekologisk mjölkproduktion på Gotland
Student: Julia Bäckstäde
Programme: Bachelor's Programme in Environmental Science

14:20-15:00 in room B14
Title: Troféjakt och naturvård i Sydafrika – en konflikt eller samverkan?
Student: Erica Karlström
Programme: Bachelor's Programme in Environmental Science

13:45-14:00 in room G41 (G building at Strandgatan 1)
Title: Representation of Medieval Japan in Video Games: The cases of Ghost of Tsushima and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
Student: Yuqiao Lui
Programme: Master's programmes in Game design

14:05-14:20 in room G41 (G building at Strandgatan 1)
Title: Designing Game Narratives to Evoke Players’ Empathy
Student: Yu Guo
Programme: Master's programmes in Game design

14:25-14:40 in room G41 (G building at Strandgatan 1)
Title: Toxicity in the World of Tanks Game: A Thematic Analysis, Content Analysis and Autoethnography
Student: Sasa Dzigurski
Programme: Master's programmes in Game design

14:45-15:00 in room G41 (G building at Strandgatan 1)
Title: Intentionally Designing a Game to Help Alleviate Symptoms of Depression: A Formal and Textual Analysis of Mental Health Representation and Game Design Iteration
Student: Pandi Cunoti
Programme: Master's programmes in Game design

15:00-15:15: Break

15:15-15:30 in room G41 (G building at Strandgatan 1)
Title: How to Help Players Navigate Anxiety Using a Metaphorical Game as a Tool
Student: Yifan Wu
Programme: Master's programmes in Game design

15:35-15:50 in room G41 (G building at Strandgatan 1)
Title: Bleed and Identity: A Conceptual Model of How Bleed-out from Role-playing Games Can Affect a Player’s Sense of Self
Student: Kjell Hedgard Hugaas
Programme: Master's programmes in Game design

3 June - Summer Symposium at the Department of Business Studies

Welcome to the Summer Symposium at the Department of Business BildStudies! All details about the symposium in this pdf.

Language
The language for the presentations of the MA students in our international MA programme in Sustainable Management will be English; the language for presentations of our BA students will be Swedish.

Program

Bachelor's programme in business studies

9:00 Welcome to lecture halls E22 and E31.


9:10-9.45 Two parallel tracks (TRACK A in room E22 and TRACK B in room E31)

TRACK A in room E22
Title: "Safe havens” på den svenska aktiemarknaden
Student: Patricia Johansson & Jonathan Wessman

Title: Den ”magiska formeln” på den svenska aktiemarknaden
Student: Ibrahim Abdullah & Sari Hamicheh

Title: Handel med olja och valuta: En studie om möjligheten att skapa handelsstrategier baserat på tekniska indikatorer
Student: Tom Sehlan

TRACK B in room E31
Title: 
Utdelningsförändring och egenskaper hos bolagens VD och styrelse
Students: Hugo Eskedahl & Erik Thålin

Title: Mångfald på arbetsplatsen och ett osynligt tak för människor med utländsk härkomst
Students: A. Can Uludag & Johan Samuel

Title: Utvecklingen av spelbolags marknadsförning av CSR på Twitter
Students: Samuel Baraka & Maralgua Tsedendambaa


10:00-10:35 Two parallel tracks (TRACK A in E22 and TRACK B in E31)

TRACK A in room E22
Title: 
Vilka faktorer påverkar underprissättning på första handelsdagen på svenska aktiemarknaden?
Students: Ninib Brahim & Melar Hana

Title: Influencers kurspåverkan på en social handelsplattform
Students: Fredrik Eriksson Olebratt & Oskar Isaksson

Title: Investeringsbeslut: Hur påverkas investerare av aktiediskussioner på Twitter?
Students: Filip Grapne & Nils Kullberg Michels

TRACK B in room E31
Title: 
Hur har digitalisering påverkat redovisnings-konsultens arbete under coronapandemin
Students: Sina Bahrami & Patrik Chammas

Title: Ledarskapsförändring inom detaljhandeln
Students: Ahmed Mohammed

Title: "Jag klarar mig utan min chef”: En kvalitativ studie om självledarskap
Students: Mohamed Al-Soboh & Kocob Yitbarek Ghirmay


10:50-11:25 Two parallel tracks (TRACK A in E22 and TRACK B in E31)

TRACK A in room E22
Title: 
Marknadsförings (o)förmåga att bidra till konsumtion av grönt mode
Students: Emma Jönsson & Katarina Tronêt

Title: ”Gröna gapet”: En kvalitativ studie om två generationers attityder och konsumtionsbeteende gentemot miljömärkningar i livsmedelsbutiker
Students: Elelta Tella & Frida Lindman

Title: Vad händer vid avslöjad ”greenwashing”? En studie ur ett konsumentperspektiv
Students: Sofia Silfver & Anna Jönander

TRACK B in room E31
Title: 
Valet av ett köp
Student: Ebru Erdal

Title: Konsumenters attityder till mobila betalningar
Students: Hussein Jawad & Chia-Chun Lu

Title: Konsumenters användning av mobila betalningar
Students: Leo Villberg & Jian Zhang


11:50-12:15 (Two parallel tracks (TRACK A in E22 and TRACK B in E31)

TRACK A in room E22
Title: 
Svenska storbankers roll i omställningsarbetet i syfte att stödja svenska företag att uppnå förbättrad hållbarhet i linje med Parisavtalet
Student: Max Bjursell

Title: Ekonomisk hållbarhet i integrerade rapporter
Students: Ida Karlsson & Frida Strömgren

Title: Effekterna av ESG på kapitalkostnaden
Students: Victoria Dunbäck & Anna Asgeirsdottir

TRACK B in room E31
Title: 
Lokal affärsutveckling: En kvalitativ studie kring små företags drivkrafter i digital transformation
Students: Malin Björkqvist & Johanna Nirondoke

Title: Småföretags överlevnad i Visby innerstad: En kvalitativ studie om småföretag inom detaljhandeln
Students: Ella Frimodigs & Elina Cedergren


12:20 - 12:30 Wrapping up in lecture hall E22

Master's programme in Sustainable Management

9:00 Welcome to lecture hall B25/B27 with Fredrik SjöstrandMatilda Dahl & Jenny Helin.


9:15-10:00 

Title: What have organisations experienced when using the Framework for Strategic Sustainable Development (FSSD)?
Students: Carlos Ortiz de Zevallos Eguiluz & Matilda Dreijer

Title: Navigating towards a circular economy in the fashion industry: The story of a collaborative ecosystem
Students: Marianna Siljander & Delphine Froment

Title: May the forces be with you: How can companies be effectively transitioned to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions?
Students: Kamuran Kivanc Kaftanoglu & Jonatan Green Brzezinski

Title: Concrete influence? The Act of Climate Declaration and its influence on the construction industry to operate more sustainable
Students: Anna Olsson & Sammy Hildebrandsson


10:15-11:00 

Title: No stakeholder is an island: An exploratory study of stakeholder engagement for sustainability
Students: Mikael Furu & Rickard von Schenck

Title: Regional development strategy on Gotland Island: Investigation of participating organizations through the lens of collaborative governance
Students: Magdalena Dolba & Hanna Lisa Marteinsdottir

Title: Can the power in people be greater than the people in power?
Students: Lovisa Leijon Schöld & Roelf van Till

Title: Sustainable development and environmental justice: How can the Sami people and mining industry coexist?
Students: Hanna Kirchner & Esteban Birrell


11:15-12:00 

Title: IN SEARCH OF POWER: The Vindelälven-Juhttátahkka Biosphere Reserve in Sweden under the microscope of Foucauldian discourse analysis
Students: Chara Fotopoulou & Viktoria Kamenova Georgieva

Title: Translating sustainability in the Swedish forest industry: The case of bioeconomic clusters
Students: Asra Bakar & Nina Kaiser

Title: Well-being in the future of replaced work: A discourse analysis on OECD's implications for AI-related policies
Students: Chuyuan Liu & Marko Šurina

Title: Reimagine corporate sustainability
Students: Anna Uleander & Carina Eriksson


12:00 - 13:00 LUNCH


13:00-13:45 

Title: Soil-less agriculture: Empowering smallholder farmers to achieve food sovereignty
Students: Abhijith Nag Balasubramanya & Fathimath Zainy Shaafiu

Title: Through the lens of a timebank: Gotlandic perceptions about community life
Students: Vivian Davis & Anne-Katrin Otto

Title: Know your roots: An exploratory study of ancestry and geneological identity as factors influencing sustainable tourists' behaviour
Students: Orsolya Tóth & Tamara Tasi

Title: Honouring the sacred through transformative experiences: An explorative journey
Students: Ottilia Söderström & Pim ter Laan


14:00-15:00 

Title: Swipe up for sustainability: Credibility of green advertising on social media
Students: Anna Zaworska & Annabelle Kendzierski

Title: A study on the influencing factors of consumers' willingness to purchase carbon label products
Students: Zhaoyin Chen & Huihsuan Wang

Title: Planned obsolescence: A deal-breaker for smartphone consumers or not?
Students: Måns Nilsson & Javier Lobo Pérez

Title: The bloody stigma is still here, period.
Students: Olha Boiko & Lien Carrez  

Title: Household product refills as a solution to single use packaging: The retailers’ perspective
Students: Alexandra Rumbolt & Connor J. Bartek


Wrapping up & Alumni Association
Sustainable Management on Facebook.


Abstracts and all other details on the Summer Symposium at the Department of Business Studies are found in this pdf.

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Last modified: 2022-05-31