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I am Stephanie, and This is How I Work
Today, I am interviewing Stephanie for the "How I Work" series. Stephanie is the Academic Campus Director – South East Asia for the University of Wollongong, and is currently . She currently lectures regionally at Degree and Masters levels, specialising in ...
Today, I am interviewing Stephanie for the "How I Work" series. Stephanie is the Academic Campus Director – South East Asia for the University of Wollongong, and is currently . She currently lectures regionally at Degree and ...
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I am Sarah Morton, and This is How I Work
Today I am interviewing Sarah Morton in the "How I Work" series. Sarah is completing her Ph.D at the University of Abertay, Dundee, Scotland. Her current research takes a cross-discipline approach in establishing how design might be used within the adventu...
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I am Ondrej Cernotik, and This is How I Work
Today I am interviewing Ondrej Cernotik. Ondrej is a PhD student in theoretical physics at the Leibniz University Hannover, Germany. He focuses on quantum optics with applications to quantum information processing. More specifically, he is investigating way...
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I am Catherine Pope and This is How I Work
Today, I am interviewing Catherine Pope for the "How I Work" series. Catherine holds a PhD in Victorian literature and culture from the University of Sussex. She is a digital and research skills trainer and has also published ebooks on Zotero, Evernote, and...
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I am Paul Brownbill and This is How I Work
Today, I am interviewing Paul Brownbill in the "How I Work" series. Paul has been working as a PhD researcher since October 2014 on the project titled: 'Caring for people who have dementia in Community Hospitals: A longitudinal ethnographic study of healthc...
Today, I am interviewing Paul Brownbill in the "How I Work" series. Paul has been working as a PhD researcher since October 2014 on the project titled: 'Caring for people who have dementia in Community Hospitals: A longitudin...
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I am Katherine Firth and This is How I Work
Today I am interviewing Katherine Firth for the "How I Work" series. Catherine is Head of Academic Programs at Trinity College, where she manages the Residential College’s tutorial and visiting scholar’s programs. She is an award-winning educator at the Uni...
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Why you should study civil engineering
Every semester, I teach a seminar in the general course on sciences and engineering, to show first-year students why civil engineering is the coolest thing ever. The presentation explores the range of problems civil engineering deals with, and shows the stu...
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Research seminar: Testing to Failure of the Ruytenschildt Bridge
Last April, I gave a presentation in the research seminar of the Politecnico of Universidad San Francisco de Quito about testing the Ruytenschildt Bridge in Friesland, and some of the first results of the analysis. You can find the slides of the presentatio...
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Q&A: Further exploring self-care in academia
After hosting Jenna's guest post on self-care in academia , I was contacted by John Elmes from the Times Higher Education who got interested in this topic. He asked me and Jenna a few additional questions, and used this material for a piece he published rec...
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PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to outline a planning for a semester
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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How I Created My Fictional PhD Candidate
Today I have invited Sheila M. Cronin to talk about her most recent novel, in which the main character is a PhD candidate. Sheila obtained her master's degree in mental health sciences from Hahnemann Medical Graduate School (now Drexel) of Philadelphia. Up...
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I recently gave a presentation at the ACI Spring Convention about the research I carried out during my stay in Delft in Summer 2014, and deep into 2015 at distance. The abstract for the presentation is as follows: In August 2...
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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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Explorer, knowledge addict, wanderer.
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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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How to turn your dissertation into journal articles | Exchanges
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Depending on your institution's guidelines, you will either finish your PhD by having a number of papers accepted for publication, or by wri

Q&A: Further exploring self-care in academia
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After hosting Jenna's guest post on self-care in academia, I was contacted by John Elmes from the Times Higher Education who got interested

I am Ondrej Cernotik, and This is How I Work
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Today I am interviewing Ondrej Cernotik. Ondrej is a PhD student in theoretical physics at the Leibniz University Hannover, Germany. He focu

Research seminar: Testing to Failure of the Ruytenschildt Bridge
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Last April, I gave a presentation in the research seminar of the Politecnico of Universidad San Francisco de Quito about testing the Ruytens

I am Sarah Morton, and This is How I Work
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Today I am interviewing Sarah Morton in the "How I Work" series. Sarah is completing her Ph.D at the University of Abertay, Dundee, Scotland

I am Katherine Firth and This is How I Work
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Today I am interviewing Katherine Firth for the "How I Work" series. Catherine is Head of Academic Programs at Trinity College, where she ma

How I Created My Fictional PhD Candidate
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Today I have invited Sheila M. Cronin to talk about her most recent novel, in which the main character is a PhD candidate. Sheila obtained h

How To Choose Your Research Question
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Today, I have the pleasure of hosting Helen Kara who wrote a guest post in which she highlights some elements of her recently published book

Presentation at the 2015 ACI Spring Convention
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I recently gave a presentation at the ACI Spring Convention about the research I carried out during my stay in Delft in Summer 2014, and dee

Q & A: The PhD and The Job Market
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I was recently interviewed on the job market after obtaining a PhD. You can find the interview here: 1. When you began your PhD, what were y

I am Salameh Abu Rmeileh and This is How I Work
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Today I am inviting Salameh Abu Rmeileh in the "This is How I Work" series. Salameh is originally from Jerusalem. His first degree is a BSc

I am Daniel Orellana and This is How I Work
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Today, in the "This is How I work" I am interviewing Daniel Orellana. Daniel is a young researcher on Geographic Sciences interested in unde

I am William Behun and This is How I Work
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Today, I am inviting William Behun in the "This is How I Work" series. William Behun earned his Ph.D. in Philosophy from De Paul University

Time Management in Academia, Or, Educated Chaos
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Today, I have the pleasure of welcoming back Dr. Scheg to share her views on time management in academia. Dr. Abigail Scheg is an Assistant

Transition from one-way to two-way shear in slabs under concentrated loads
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It's my pleasure to announce the publication (online, ahead of print) of the second paper in the Magazine of Concrete Research. You can acce

I am Gabriela Hajduk and This is How I Work
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Today, I am interviewing Gabriela Hajduk in the "This is How I Work" series. Gabriela has a background in behavioral ecology. She has done h

I am Jeff Havixbeck and This is How I work
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Today, I'm interviewing Jeff Havixbeck for the "This is How I Work" series. Jeff is currently a 3rd year PhD candidate at the University of

PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: 20 Things You Need To Know When Moving To...
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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 William Slaton and This is How I Work
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Today, I am interviewing William Slaton for the "This is How I Work". Current Job: Associate Professor in the Physics & Astronomy Department

Q&A: When your sensitivity undermines your work
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Another long since overdue post in the category of Questions and Answers! Some time ago, a PhD student sent me the following question: Good

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