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eva lantsoght
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Today's guest post is a contribution from Seán Mac Fhearraigh, PhD. Seán was a PhD student at University College Dublin & a post-doc a Cambridge University where he studied mechanisms of cell division. Currently Seán run’s an ELISA assay company where you c...
Today's guest post is a contribution from Seán Mac Fhearraigh, PhD. Seán was a PhD student at University College Dublin & a post-doc a Cambridge University where he studied mechanisms of cell division. Currently Seán run’s an...
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PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in Japan
Today, I am hosting the narrative of Ayumi Koso in the "Defenses around the world" series. Ayumi is a press officer at the Division for Strategic Public Relations, University of Tokyo and is an editor of UTokyo Research a bilingual English-Japanese website ...
Today, I am hosting the narrative of Ayumi Koso in the "Defenses around the world" series. Ayumi is a press officer at the Division for Strategic Public Relations, University of Tokyo and is an editor of UTokyo Research a bil...
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Afschuifcapaciteit van betonnen plaatbruggen
A bit of Dutch today :) I recently gave a presentation with an overview of the practical recommendations that resulted from my PhD Thesis. For those of you who speak Dutch, you can find the slides below: Afschuifcapaciteit van betonnen plaatbruggen from Eva...
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PhD Defenses around the World: a Viva in New Zealand
Felicity Bright is a rehabilitation researcher and lecturer at AUT University in Auckland, New Zealand. Her professional background is in speech-language therapy. She recently defended her PhD, entitled “Reconceptualising engagement: A relational practice w...
Felicity Bright is a rehabilitation researcher and lecturer at AUT University in Auckland, New Zealand. Her professional background is in speech-language therapy. She recently defended her PhD, entitled “Reconceptualising eng...
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Querkrafttragfähigkeit von Platten nahe Auflagern - Übersicht über diverse Versuche
My colleagues and I recently published a paper in Beton- und Stahlbetonbau. Writing in German was quite a challenge for me, so I'm quite proud of the final result. I spent many a morning muttering Ausbeimitnachseitvonzu in front of my screen, and browsing G...
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My colleagues and I recently published a paper in Beton- und Stahlbetonbau. Writing in German was quite a challenge for me, so I'm quite proud of the final result. I spent many a morning muttering Ausbeimitnachseitvonzu in fr...
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Top 3 reasons YOU should start a PhD blog
Today, I have the pleasure of inviting Gaia Cantelli, one of the authors of a collaborative blog at her university, to share her experiences. Gaia is a fourth-year PhD student in the Randall Division of Cell and Molecular Biophysics at King's College London...
Today, I have the pleasure of inviting Gaia Cantelli, one of the authors of a collaborative blog at her university, to share her experiences. Gaia is a fourth-year PhD student in the Randall Division of Cell and Molecular Bio...
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PhD Defenses around the world: Tinkering at a defense in Delft
Today, I am sharing with you a translation that I made of a post by Rolf Hut. Rolf is a scientist at Delft University of Technology. He solves his problems using a MacGyver attitude, builds measurement devices using scavanged parts from consumer-electronics...
Today, I am sharing with you a translation that I made of a post by Rolf Hut. Rolf is a scientist at Delft University of Technology. He solves his problems using a MacGyver attitude, builds measurement devices using scavanged...
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Shear and moment capacity of the Ruytenschildt Bridge
My colleagues and I wrote a paper for IABMAS 2016 , which was presented by my student Karen Flores. The abstract of the presentation on the shear and moment capacity of the Ruytenschildt Bridge is as follows: In August 2014, the Ruytenschildt Bridge, a rein...
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Using Eurocodes and AASHTO for assessing shear in slab bridges
We've recently published a paper in the Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Bridge Engineering. You can find this paper online . The abstract is as follows: Reinforced concrete short-span solid-slab bridges are used to compare Dutch and Nort...
We've recently published a paper in the Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Bridge Engineering. You can find this paper online. The abstract is as follows: Reinforced concrete short-span solid-slab bridges are...
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PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: What I learned from supervising MSc students during my 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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Q&A: PhD in Europe
Another episode in the Q&A series! I got the following question: I am seeking information for an Ecuadorian to do a PhD in Europe. Can you please suggest what websites to go to? My reply was as follows: You can check Academic Transfer which shows all positi...
Another episode in the Q&A series! I got the following question: I am seeking information for an Ecuadorian to do a PhD in Europe. Can you please suggest what websites to go to? My reply was as follows: You can check Academic...
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I am Benjamin Bowman and This is How I Work
Today, I have the pleasure of interviewing Benjamin Bowman in the "How I Work" series. Benjamin is a PhD student working on young people's politics in the UK. He's interested in how everyday life and young people's everyday lives influence the ways they dev...
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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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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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PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in Japan
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Today, I am hosting the narrative of Ayumi Koso in the "Defenses around the world" series. Ayumi is a press officer at the Division for Stra

Afschuifcapaciteit van betonnen plaatbruggen
phdtalk.blogspot.com

A bit of Dutch today :) I recently gave a presentation with an overview of the practical recommendations that resulted from my PhD Thesis. F

Using Eurocodes and AASHTO for assessing shear in slab bridges
phdtalk.blogspot.com

We've recently published a paper in the Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Bridge Engineering. You can find this paper onli

PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: What I learned from supervising MSc stude...
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

Querkrafttragfähigkeit von Platten nahe Auflagern - Übersicht über diver...
phdtalk.blogspot.com

My colleagues and I recently published a paper in Beton- und Stahlbetonbau. Writing in German was quite a challenge for me, so I'm quite pro

Top 3 reasons YOU should start a PhD blog
phdtalk.blogspot.com

Today, I have the pleasure of inviting Gaia Cantelli, one of the authors of a collaborative blog at her university, to share her experiences

Q & A: Applying for a PhD with average grades
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Time for another episode of the Q&A series! (Not so) recently I received the following message (edited to protect the writer's anonymity): H

I am Benjamin Bowman and This is How I Work
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Today, I have the pleasure of interviewing Benjamin Bowman in the "How I Work" series. Benjamin is a PhD student working on young people's p

Development of a guideline for load testing in The Netherlands
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At the ACI spring convention in Milwaukee, I gave a presentation on the work we are doing in Delft with regard to load testing. The abstract

Graduate Study in the USA
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Today, I have the pleasure of hosting Christopher McMaster (Ph.D., University of Canterbury). Christopher has taught for over 15 years as a

Q&A: How to apply for a PhD program with a disappointing MSc thesis ...
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Pasha says thank you for following my adventures I recently received the following email from a reader (edited to preserve the anonimity of

Q&A: Proposal and literature review
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I've been slacking a bit in replying your questions that you sent me - sorry folks! Between running the defenses series and the "how I work"

PhD Defenses around the world: a PhD viva from Trinity College, Dublin, ...
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Today, I am hosting the experience of Erin Dyer Saxon in the "Defenses around the world" series. Erin is an Assistant Professor and Director

PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to stay afloat during a particularly ...
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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 John-Alan Pascoe and This is How I Work
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Today, I am inviting John-Alan Pascoe in the "How I Work" series. John-Alan was born and raised in the Netherlands, he studied Aerospace Eng

PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to deal with admin and e-mail in acad...
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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

Australian PhD completion: Not with a bang, but a whimper
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Today, I am hosting Dr. Deborah Netolicky for the "PhD defenses around the world." Deborah is an educator, school leader, cognitive coach an

I am Quinex Chiluwe and This is How I Work
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Today, I am inviting Quinex W. Chiluw to the "How I Work" series. Quinex is PhD candidate at University of Pretoria and Agriculture Engineer

I am Amanda Glaze, and This is How I Work
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Today, I have the pleasure of interviewing Amanda Glaze for the "How I Work" series. Dr. Glaze is beginning her tenth year of teaching and h

PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in political science from Penn ...
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Today, I am hosting Daniel J. Mallinson to share the experience of his PhD defense for the "PhD defenses around the world" series. Dan grew

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