Vi utbildar för framtiden och skapar samhällsnytta genom vår forskning som levandegörs i nära samarbete med näringslivet. Vi bedriver forskning inom computer science, datateknik, software engineering och interaktionsdesign - från grundforskning till direkta tillämpningar. Institutionen har en stark internationell prägel och är delad mellan Chalmers och Göteborgs universitet.
We are engaged in research and education across the full spectrum of computer science, computer engineering, software engineering, and interaction design, from foundations to applications. We educate for the future, conduct research with high international visibility, and create societal benefits through close cooperation with businesses and industry. The department is joint between Chalmers and the University of Gothenburg.
(2023) Ghadri, Mirco; Omar, Zakariya; Chalmers tekniska högskola / Institutionen för data och informationsteknik; Chalmers University of Technology / Department of Computer Science and Engineering; Svensson, Lars; Abdipour, Morteza
This Bachelor’s thesis describes the development of a modern and updated Standard
Marine Communication Phrases (SMCP) language learning application for the
shipping and marine technology division at Chalmers University of Technology. The
aim of this project is to design and construct a functional demo application that
serves as a proof of concept and provides valuable insights for future development.
By conducting data gathering, iterative design prototyping, and software implementation,
the project successfully accomplished its goals. The outcomes include
the identification of user needs and the creation and evaluation of a design prototype.
Online surveys were utilized for data gathering and evaluation, allowing for
the collection of user feedback and insights.
The project resulted in the development of a fully functional cross-platform application
compatible with Web, iOS, and Android platforms. The evaluation process
validated the effectiveness of the design, while also highlighting potential areas for
future enhancement. Ultimately the project’s findings and insights have the potential
to significantly impact SMCP learning at Chalmers University of Technology