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PhD Talk e-book!!!
Dear readers, I'm glad to announce that my first e-book, Top PhD Advice from Start to Defense and Beyond - Focus on The Netherlands with Universal Tips & Tricks , in cooperation with AcademicTransfer , is live. It's completely free (it does have some ads in...
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PhD Defenses around the world: a viva at Imperial College
Today, Syed Anas Imtiaz from Imperial College talks about his viva at Imperial College for the "Defenses around the world" series. Anas is a post-doctoral researcher in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Imperial College London where...
Today, Syed Anas Imtiaz from Imperial College talks about his viva at Imperial College for the "Defenses around the world" series. Anas is a post-doctoral researcher in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering ...
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PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in Sweden
Today, in the series of "Defenses around the world", I am hosting the story of a scientist who prefers to remain anonymous. Veronika Cheplygina, whom you might remember from the "How I Work" interview, interviewed her friend for this occasion. He/She receiv...
Today, in the series of "Defenses around the world", I am hosting the story of a scientist who prefers to remain anonymous. Veronika Cheplygina, whom you might remember from the "How I Work" interview, interviewed her friend ...
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PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in California
Today, Richard Newton talks about his experiences during his PhD defense. Richard is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Elizabethtown College in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania (USA). He took his PhD in Religion from Claremont Graduate University in 20...
Today, Richard Newton talks about his experiences during his PhD defense. Richard is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Elizabethtown College in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania (USA). He took his PhD in Religion from Cla...
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I am Devin Berg and This is How I Work
Today I am interviewing Devin Berg for the "How I Work" series. Devin is an assistant professor in the engineering and technology department at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. He earned his BS Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madis...
Today I am interviewing Devin Berg for the "How I Work" series. Devin is an assistant professor in the engineering and technology department at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. He earned his BS Mechanical Engineering from t...
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I am Adedotun Agbemuko and This is How I Work
Today, I am interviewing Adedotun Agbemuko for the "How I Work" series. Ade is originally from Nigeria and is currently studying in Delft, The Netherlands Current Job : MSc Student, Intelligent Electrical Power grids (IEPG) group currently on Thesis work Cu...
Today, I am interviewing Adedotun Agbemuko for the "How I Work" series. Ade is originally from Nigeria and is currently studying in Delft, The Netherlands Current Job: MSc Student, Intelligent Electrical Power grids (IEPG) gr...
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Q&A: Combining projects when you start your post-doc
Some time ago, a reader wrote me an interesting comment, and I think the discussion that followed from this comment can be of interest to all of you out there who are transitioning from PhD to post-doc to your academic career. Dear Eva, first of all, thank ...
Some time ago, a reader wrote me an interesting comment, and I think the discussion that followed from this comment can be of interest to all of you out there who are transitioning from PhD to post-doc to your academic career...
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Proof loading of existing reinforced concrete bridges in The Netherlands
I recently presented some of our TU Delft work on proof loading of bridges at a meeting of ACI Committee 342 "Evaluation of Concrete Bridges and Bridge Elements". You can find the slides of this presentation here: Proof loading of existing reinforced concre...
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PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Carreer opportunities after the PhD
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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PhD Defenses around the world: PhD defense in Portugal
Today, I'm inviting Barbara Vreede to talk about her PhD defense in Portugal. Barbara worked on cichlid embryos for her BSc (in Leiden, the Netherlands), moved on to butterflies (in Leiden) and centipedes (in Galway, Ireland) for her MSc, did her PhD (in Li...
Today, I'm inviting Barbara Vreede to talk about her PhD defense in Portugal. Barbara worked on cichlid embryos for her BSc (in Leiden, the Netherlands), moved on to butterflies (in Leiden) and centipedes (in Galway, Ireland)...
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PhD Defenses around the world: Universidad de Chile and University of Groningen, the Netherlands
Today, I'm starting a new series of posts at PhD Talk. While writing with Veronika Cheplygina for her interview, we touched upon the subject of how different her PhD defense in the Netherlands was from her boyfriend's defense in Sweden. Then she said: "Woul...
Today, I'm starting a new series of posts at PhD Talk. While writing with Veronika Cheplygina for her interview, we touched upon the subject of how different her PhD defense in the Netherlands was from her boyfriend's defense...
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Achieving doctoral success by maintaining self-care routines
I originally wrote this post for the Bizwacks Unlimited, but since this blog has gone offline, I decided to repost it here. Most graduate students are hard on themselves: long hours in the laboratory and soldiering through no matter what, while being sleep-...
I originally wrote this post for the Bizwacks Unlimited, but since this blog has gone offline, I decided to repost it here. Most graduate students are hard on themselves: long hours in the laboratory and soldiering through no...
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    Structural Engineering, 2009 - 2013
  • Vrije Universiteit Brussel
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PhD Talk e-book!!!
phdtalk.blogspot.com

Dear readers, I'm glad to announce that my first e-book, Top PhD Advice from Start to Defense and Beyond - Focus on The Netherlands with Uni

PhD Defenses around the world: a viva at Imperial College
phdtalk.blogspot.com

Today, Syed Anas Imtiaz from Imperial College talks about his viva at Imperial College for the "Defenses around the world" series. Anas is a

Q&A: Combining projects when you start your post-doc
phdtalk.blogspot.com

Some time ago, a reader wrote me an interesting comment, and I think the discussion that followed from this comment can be of interest to al

Proof loading of existing reinforced concrete bridges in The Netherlands
phdtalk.blogspot.com

I recently presented some of our TU Delft work on proof loading of bridges at a meeting of ACI Committee 342 "Evaluation of Concrete Bridges

PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in Sweden
phdtalk.blogspot.com

Today, in the series of "Defenses around the world", I am hosting the story of a scientist who prefers to remain anonymous. Veronika Cheplyg

PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Carreer opportunities after the PhD
phdtalk.blogspot.com

This post is part of the series PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: posts written for the Dutch academic career network AcademicTransfer, your go

PhD Defenses around the world: PhD defense in Portugal
phdtalk.blogspot.com

Today, I'm inviting Barbara Vreede to talk about her PhD defense in Portugal. Barbara worked on cichlid embryos for her BSc (in Leiden, the

PhD Defenses around the world: Universidad de Chile and University of Gr...
phdtalk.blogspot.com

Today, I'm starting a new series of posts at PhD Talk. While writing with Veronika Cheplygina for her interview, we touched upon the subject

I am Adedotun Agbemuko and This is How I Work
phdtalk.blogspot.com

Today, I am interviewing Adedotun Agbemuko for the "How I Work" series. Ade is originally from Nigeria and is currently studying in Delft, T

Achieving doctoral success by maintaining self-care routines
phdtalk.blogspot.com

I originally wrote this post for the Bizwacks Unlimited, but since this blog has gone offline, I decided to repost it here. Most graduate st

The Dyslexic PhD Experience
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Today, I invited Claudia Gonzalez to share her PhD experience in a guest post. Clau is a PhD student in Strategic Management at the Universi

PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Online resources for scientists
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This post is part of the series PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: posts written for the Dutch academic career network AcademicTransfer, your go

I am Adam Summers and This is How I Work
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Today, I am interviewing Adam Summers for the "How I Work" series. Adam Summers grew up in New York City and the north woods of Canada. As a

I am Gaurav Maurya and This is How I work
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Today I am interviewing Gaurav Maurya for the "How I Work" series. Gaurav is a 26-year-old PhD student at the Indian Institute of Technology

From PhD Thesis to Journal Papers
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When I was a starry-eyed, freshly graduated doctor, I had wild ideas of publishing tons of papers, and I wrote a post about my plans for wri

I am Lalit Patnaik and This is How I Work
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Today, I am interviewing Lalit Patnaik in the "How I Work" series. Lalit hails from Bhubaneswar, the 'Temple city of India', in the eastern

Proof loading of existing bridges
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I recently gave a presentation during the IV Jornadas de Ingeniera Civil, at Escuela Politecnica Nacional in Quito. Below you can find the s

Q&A: Can you do my research for me?
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Dear readers, Here's an overdue Q&A post. More and more, I'm receiving requests (in different forms and manners) asking if I could do your r

PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Online branding for scientists
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This post is part of the series PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: posts written for the Dutch academic career network AcademicTransfer, your go

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

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