For my Master's Thesis, I have looked for instances where two satellites look at the same place at the same time: so-called collocations. The combination of measured data from different satellites makes possible applications that are not possible with the data from just one satellite. The rationale, method and applications are described in my thesis. The thesis is relatively limited on maths and is relatively easy to understand.
The presentation was excellent. There was a lot of public: nearly forty people. (PhD) students and scientists. I have explained the subject matter well and remained exactly within the time (30 minutes). Afterward I have answered a number of questions, among others from student opponents. This went very well as well.
Starting on 15 August, I will be a PhD student and proceed my research.