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PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Online branding for scientists
This post is part of the series PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: posts written for the Dutch academic career network AcademicTransfer , your go-to resource for all research positions in the Netherlands. These posts are sponsored by AcademicTransfer, and tailo...
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Application of Modified Bond Model to the capacity of Ruytenschildt Bridge
I recently gave a presentation in a session at the ACI Fall Convention on "ecent Developments in Two-way Slabs: Design, Analysis, Construction, and Evaluation". The session, in reality, turned out to be mostly aimed at shear problemns in slabs (which I enjo...
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Proposal for the fatigue strength of concrete under cycles of compression
We've recently published a paper in Construction and Building Materials, titled "Proposal for the fatigue strength of concrete under cycles of compression". This paper is based on the research I did during summer 2014 in Delft, to develop a proposal for the...
We've recently published a paper in Construction and Building Materials, titled "Proposal for the fatigue strength of concrete under cycles of compression". This paper is based on the research I did during summer 2014 in Delf...
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The road to breaking bridges and stereotypes
I was recently asked to give a presentation about myself and my scientific successes at WISE (Women in Science and Engineering) at Universidad San Francisco de Quito. Talking about myself is not really my strength - I ended up spending way more time on putt...
I was recently asked to give a presentation about myself and my scientific successes at WISE (Women in Science and Engineering) at Universidad San Francisco de Quito. Talking about myself is not really my strength - I ended u...
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PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to use Twitter as a scientist
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Happy Holidays!
Happy Holidays, dear readers! I hope you all can take some rest , let go of your research, and recharge your batteries. I'll be spending time with my family in law, trying to talk a lot on Skype with my family and friends in Belgium (missing them gets just ...
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Ten Life Lessons from Doing a PhD
Today, Dr. Deepa Pullanikkatil is sharing with us what he learned during his PhD. Deepa is an Environmental Management professional with an engineering background and he has fourteen years of work experience in developing countries of Malawi, Lesotho, India...
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I am Sarah Weldon and This is How I Work
Today, I am interviewing Sarah Weldon in the "How I Work" series. Sarah is a YouTuber, rower, charity Director, and Science Communicator. Her research is based on a world first solo row around Britain which will raise funds to provide education to young peo...
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I am Astrid Coxon and This is How I Work
Today, I have the pleasure of inviting Astrid Coxon for the "How I Work" series. Astrid is a first year PhD student at the University of East Anglia, and a Health Psychology trainee. Her current research interests include self-efficacy, stress, and team dyn...
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I am Shefton Parker and This is How I Work
Today, I have the pleasure of inviting Shefton Parker to the "How I Work" series. Shefton is a final year PhD candidate at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. He received two bachelors in Applied Science one in Human Biology and the other in Chinese Me...
Today, I have the pleasure of inviting Shefton Parker to the "How I Work" series. Shefton is a final year PhD candidate at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. He received two bachelors in Applied Science one in Human Bio...
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2015 in review: 10 best books I read in 2015
In 2014 I read 105 books. I didn't repeat this feat in 2015, but I still read a fair amount. I took more time to chew through some books I'd wanted to read for a long time, but I didn't get any further in The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, which I've...
In 2014 I read 105 books. I didn't repeat this feat in 2015, but I still read a fair amount. I took more time to chew through some books I'd wanted to read for a long time, but I didn't get any further in The Decline and Fall...
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Evaluating my goals for 2015
At the beginning of 2015, I share my list of goals for the year with you , and now it's time to see how much I've failed again at all my ambitious goals... To my defense, I'm still on a heavy teaching schedule of 3 courses per semester, while I expected to ...
At the beginning of 2015, I share my list of goals for the year with you, and now it's time to see how much I've failed again at all my ambitious goals... To my defense, I'm still on a heavy teaching schedule of 3 courses per...
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Research on shear in reinforced concrete slabs
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  • Universidad San Francisco de Quito
    Assistant professor, 2013 - present
  • Delft University of Technology
    Researcher, 2013 - present
  • Delft University of Technology
    PhD Candidate, 2009 - 2013
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  • Delft University of Technology
    Structural Engineering, 2009 - 2013
  • Vrije Universiteit Brussel
    Civil Engineering, 2003 - 2008
  • Georgia Institute of Technology
    Structural Engineering, 2008 - 2009
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Ten Life Lessons from Doing a PhD
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Today, Dr. Deepa Pullanikkatil is sharing with us what he learned during his PhD. Deepa is an Environmental Management professional with an

Application of Modified Bond Model to the capacity of Ruytenschildt Bridge
phdtalk.blogspot.com

I recently gave a presentation in a session at the ACI Fall Convention on "ecent Developments in Two-way Slabs: Design, Analysis, Constructi

I am Sarah Weldon and This is How I Work
phdtalk.blogspot.com

Today, I am interviewing Sarah Weldon in the "How I Work" series. Sarah is a YouTuber, rower, charity Director, and Science Communicator. He

I am Astrid Coxon and This is How I Work
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Today, I have the pleasure of inviting Astrid Coxon for the "How I Work" series. Astrid is a first year PhD student at the University of Eas

I am Shefton Parker and This is How I Work
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Today, I have the pleasure of inviting Shefton Parker to the "How I Work" series. Shefton is a final year PhD candidate at RMIT University i

2015 in review: 10 best books I read in 2015
phdtalk.blogspot.com

In 2014 I read 105 books. I didn't repeat this feat in 2015, but I still read a fair amount. I took more time to chew through some books I'd

I am Helene Hendrika and This is How I Work
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Today, in the "How I Work" series, I am interviewing Helena Hendrika. Helene, 24 years old, is an Illustrator & graphic designer, teacher an

PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: 10 Reasons why I love Academia
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I am T. Eugene Day and This is How I Work
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Today, I am inviting T. Eugene Day in the "How I Work" series. Eugene has a Doctor of Science in Electrical and Systems Engineering from Was

I am Debanjan Guha Roy and This is How I Work
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Today, I am inviting Debanjan Guha Roy in the "How I Work" series. Debanjan has been working as a Ph.D student since 2013 at the IITB-Monash

I am Matt Lawson and This is How I Work
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Today, I am inviting Matt Lawson in the "How I Work" series. Matt is about to submit a PhD thesis in musicology at Edge Hill University, UK.

Improved formulation for compressive fatigue strength of concrete
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I recently traveled to Leipzig, Germany to present a paper at the 4th International Conference on Concrete Repair, Rehabilitation and Retrof

I am Navneet Vasistha and This is How I Work
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Today, in the "How I Work" series, I am interviewing Navneet Vasistha. Navneet received his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from the

Interview with Anna Hulda Ólafsdóttir
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Today, I have a special guest for an interview at PhD Talk: Anna Hulda Ólafsdóttir. Anna is a Ph.D. student in Industrial Engineering at the

PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to transition from PhD student to ind...
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Reliability-based expression for the shear capacity of reinforced concre...
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My co-authors and I recently presented a paper at the 25th ESRA conference, ESREL, the European Safety and Reliability Conference. I was hap

I am Scott Furtwengler and This is How I Work
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Today, in the "How I Work" series I am interviewing Scott R. Furtwengler. Scott is the Director of Institutional Research at Brazosport Coll

Effective shear width of concrete slab bridges
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My coauthors and I recently published a paper in ICE (Institute of Civil Engineering) - Bridge Engineering. This publication is our first in

PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to prepare for your first conference
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I am Ashley Williamson and This is How I Work
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Today, I am interviewing Ashley Williamson for the "How I Work" series. Ashley has a BA (Hons.) in English and Drama from Queen’s University

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