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Welcome to the November edition of the ICT PhD Forum! This month's topics: Information about Meltzer funding + Learning, stress and mental health
Welcome to the September edition of the ICT PhD Forum! This month's topic: Tips and tricks for presentations
Every year the Research School in Information and Communication Technology invites to a seminar where the PhD candidates have the possibility to exchange research ideas and experiences, to build and broaden their research networks, and to improve their presentation skills.
The Department of Informatics offers a scientific writing course for PhD candidates enrolled in the department's PhD program.
Welcome to the May edition of the ICT PhD Forum! This month's topic: What to expect when lecturing a course
Welcome to the March edition of the ICT PhD Forum! This month's topic: Introduction to the ICT PhD Forum
Welcome to the November edition of the ICT PhD Forum! This month's topic: Funding landscape for PhD students
Welcome to the September edition of the ICT PhD Forum! This month's topic: 100 Word Abstract Method (by Daniel Soule)
Receiving a research grant is an important career-boost. A grant can provide funding to extend your network, obtain new skills, exchange knowledge during research stays abroad, conduct break-through research and more. A successful grant is a sign of creative and innovative thinking and indicates that your research is of high quality, as well as that you are willing to lead novel research... Read more
Every year the Research School in Information and Communication Technology invites to a seminar where the PhD candidates have the possibility to exchange research ideas and experiences, to build and broaden their research networks, and to improve their presentation skills.
Welcome to the May edition of the ICT PhD Forum! This month's topic: How to use Makefiles for workflow.
Welcome to the April edition of the ICT PhD Forum! This month's topic: A practice-oriented introduction to statistics.
Welcome to the ICT PhD Forum!
Welcome to the first ICT PhD Forum meeting of 2021!
The Department of Informatics offers a scientific writing course for PhD candidates enrolled in the department's PhD program.
Every year the Research School in Information and Communication Technology invites to a seminar where the PhD candidates have the possibility to exchange research ideas and experiences, to build and broaden their research networks, and to improve their presentation skills.
Receiving a research grant is an important career-boost. A grant provides funding to conduct break-through research, thereby laying the foundation for scientific, economic, political, social, cultural and/or technological innovation. Furthermore, a successful grant shows that the applicant is capable of creative and innovative thinking and is willing to lead novel research endeavors.
Receiving a research grant is an important career-boost. A grant provides funding to conduct break-through research, thereby laying the foundation for scientific, economic, political, social, cultural and/or technological innovation. Furthermore, a successful grant shows that the applicant is capable of creative and innovative thinking and is willing to lead novel research endeavors.

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