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10 Things You Will Think During Your PhD

Hello everyone and Happy New Year! I thought I would start my first post of 2014 with a reassurance of the emotions I don’t doubt you’ll experience during the course of your PhD. So here they are, in no particular … Read More »

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PhD time management!

Sometimes I think students are thought to have loads of time to do what they want……..Granted, especially as a post-graduate student, you have the flexibility to organize your own timetable and working hours. On the one hand, this is a … Read More »

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The value of PhD Assessments

Over the past two months I have been putting together my second year PhD assessment. This is an internal requirement for my PhD. The assessment involves submitting a ‘paper’ with my PhD results in the style of a journal appropriate to my … Read More »

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PhD Dissertation

Prof. Douglas E. Comer has some excellent advice about dissertation writing. He has also precisely stated the requirements of a dissertation: A PhD dissertation is a lengthy, formal document that argues in defense of a particular thesis…Two important adjectives used … Read More »

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Interesting Summer School

Recently, I went to Bristol for an algorithms summer school and met a few interesting people. Meeting them made me realise that it is possible as a researcher to get the best out of both professional and academic world at … Read More »

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