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I am William Slaton and This is How I Work
Today, I am interviewing William Slaton for the "This is How I Work". Current Job : Associate Professor in the Physics & Astronomy Department at the University of Central Arkansas. Current Location : Conway, Arkansas USA Current mobile device : Samsung S4 C...
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Q&A: When your sensitivity undermines your work
Another long since overdue post in the category of Questions and Answers! Some time ago, a PhD student sent me the following question: Good afternoon. I'm PhD student. Thanks for the nice articles in this blog. Would like to share with you Eva. I'm very se...
Another long since overdue post in the category of Questions and Answers! Some time ago, a PhD student sent me the following question: Good afternoon. I'm PhD student. Thanks for the nice articles in this blog. Would like to ...
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I am Sebastian Zimmer and This is How I Work
Today, I am interviewing Sebastian Zimmer for the This is How I Work series. Sebastian holds a Master's in European Studies and is currently a Economics PhD Candidate in the "Emerging Attraction" project at European University of Flensburg. His work is conc...
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I am Matthew Hanchard, and This is How I Work
Today, I am interviewing Matthew Hanchard in the "How I Work" series.  Matthew is a part-time, self-funded PhD candidate in Sociological Studies at the University of Sheffield. His research focuses on digital map practices in everyday life, combining digita...
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PhD Talk for Academic Transfer: How to start up a new laboratory
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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Applications of sound in engineering
Some time ago, I gave a short presentation about the use of sound in engineering for the college of Medicine of Universidad San Francisco de Quito. In this presentation, you find a brief overview of how we take sound into account when we design (buildings a...
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I am Jeff Weidner and This is How I Work
Today, I am interviewing Jeff Weidner for the "This is How I Work" series. Jeff is a structural engineer originally from Maryland, though he has lived in Pennsylvania for 15 years. He is married to an amazing woman who is finishing up her residency and they...
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PhD Talk and Grammarly Giveaway
Exciting news today! The first giveaway on PhD Talk! Grammarly , an advanced grammar and spelling checker to help you improve your writing, is offering a 3-month premium account to the winning reader. Here's how to enter: 1. Follow me @evalantsoght on Twitt...
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Self-care in Academia: How to keep sane and healthy while travelling and shifting countries
Today, I'm inviting Silvia Tavares to share her thoughts on self-care in academia. Silvia is a Brazilian researcher living in New Zealand. She submitted her PhD in Urban Landscape at Lincoln University last July, and just after that she headed to Germany fo...
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I am Eric Martell and This is How I Work
Today, I'm interviewing Dr. Eric Martell for the This is How I Work series. Dr. Martell obtained a BS from North Central College in 1993 and a PhD from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 1999. His main area of research is theoretical particle physics....
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The Case for Arrogance
Today I have the pleasure of hosting 3rd year social science PhD student at a prominent university in the United States, who would like to remain anonymous. During the last week of a frigid New York February, I walk home from a party with a friend who is in...
Today I have the pleasure of hosting 3rd year social science PhD student at a prominent university in the United States, who would like to remain anonymous. During the last week of a frigid New York February, I walk home from...
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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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Student concrete competition of Ecuador
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