If you experience any problems with the electronic registration, please contact your librarian or the thesis administrators.
Before you submit your thesis you are required to send the final version of it for review in Urkund ().
Before you hand in the paper copies of your thesis, you should submit it electronically as a PDF document in Lund University Publications Student Papers (LUP), see more detail below.
Select your supervisor in the list (the name will be linked in blue). The level ofpublication is decided by you as the author.
When you have filled out all the compulsory fields under the different tabs press.
If you have lost your password, you can order a new one from Servicedesk ().
It may take up to a week to receive a new password.The next tab, "Context" has one compulsory field, supervisor.Fill out the name of your supervisor and click on "Confirm supervisor". Use the file browser to locate your thesis file on your computer. After locating your file, make sure to set the desired access level to your thesis document.If you are two or more authors collaborating on the same thesis, make sure to add and verify each author individually.Under the tab Publication Info, write the year of publication.In case you have a very strong reason for not being able to attend a certain day during the seminar week (e.g.doctor’s appointment, funeral), please leave a note about this to the thesis coordinators when you submit the paper copies of your thesis. In addition, the thesis must be sent in to Urkund and submitted electronically in LUP Student Papers before 11.00 the same day.Log on: Use your Student Account and log on to LUP Student Papers.Once logged on you can select to add a new paper, eg.. A new window will now open containing the tabs, Work, Publication Info, Context, Files & Access, Additional Info and Message.It is therefore difficult to accommodate requests from individual students about specific time and date.In order to make sure that you will be able to attend your seminar, please make sure that you are available during the whole period when the seminars take place.