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I found this question, but it does not exactly match what I would like to ask. In my case, it's almost surely appropriate to send the e-mail (since my adviser suggested it), I'm just wandering as to w …
asked Oct 30 '13 by penelope
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From my research internship experiences (my previous University didn't really focus on research much) and what my current advisers told me, a general flow of a PhD is like any other long(er)-time proj …
asked Jan 17 '13 by penelope
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I've seen a lot of people have a bad time until they realized this: your supervisor/adviser is somebody you should work with, who can guide and direct your research, but after not so much time, you, …
answered Oct 14 '13 by penelope
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I would maybe like to add that since a collaboration is an important part of research, explaining or summarizing the articles you already read would be okay in my opinion. When somebody new comes to …
answered Oct 25 '13 by penelope
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Just to add some points to @Suresh's answer which already lists the most important reasons (at least in my opinion). While it is true that brand new results are usually published in conferences due t …
answered Jul 2 '13 by penelope
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I just started working in a small lab a few months ago. I don't know if the way our lab is functioning is right or even good, but I like it, it works for me and I feel good here, so let me explain the …
answered Dec 20 '12 by penelope
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I can't help at all specifically on the Taoism part, but as an answer to your final question: During a research, is it a good idea to start with a working thesis as early as possible? You are ta …
answered Dec 22 '12 by penelope
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I'm in my 3rd year of postdocs and started to apply for Lecturer positions in Computer Science the UK (the entry level permanent faculty positions). As part of my interview process, I am required to g …
asked Oct 23 '18 by penelope
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I think what you're asking is fairly subjective, might depend somewhat on your field, and also, your options and opportunities can differ greatly according to the country in which you're doing your Ma …
answered Jan 7 '13 by penelope