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  • 刘西光

    刘西光 (我爱我的卡尔文)

    文末作者对自己的博士生活做了20点总结(有读后发散的个人观点): 1, Results trump intention. 用结果说话。成功的博士就是成果多的博士。空谈科研热情,强调自己不发烂文章,是对科研活动没有正确认识。 2,Outputs trump inputs. 带着问题读文献。别一头扎到文献堆里。这是效率低下的。就像科学的观察法,也是要带着目的来观察一样。 3,Find relevant iinformation. 寻找相关信息的能力越来越重要。图书馆员在帮助科研人...   (3回应)

    2012-12-06 21:39   44人喜欢

  • 七月

    七月 (向日葵族人)

    结语(Epilogue) 如果你不能成为一名教授,为什么要费劲去读博士?这个重要的问题经常被提起,因为大多数博士毕业生不能够得到像他们的导师那样的工作——终身教授。坦白地讲,因为没有足够多的教师职位,所以大多数博士生都被向着一个他们无法从事的职业方向去培养。(想象一下如果一个医学或法学毕业生无法得到医生或律师的工作,那将是多么尴尬。) 那么,在不能成为教授的情况下,为什么有人会花费六年甚至更长的时间去读博...

    2014-06-10 20:46   6人喜欢

  • hedgehog

    hedgehog (靡不有初,鲜克有终)

    I'll answer using another F-word: It was fun at times, but more importantly, it was fulfilling. Fun is often frivolous, ephemeral, and easy to obtain, but true fulfillment comes only after overcoming significant and meaningful challenges. Pursuing a Ph.D. has been one of the most fulfilling experiences of my life, and I feel extremely lucky to have been given the opportunity to be creative during ...   (2回应)

    2012-09-06 05:03   1人喜欢

  • G09v1.97

    G09v1.97 (偏见很可怕。)

    It was now the middleof my 3rd year, and many of my fellow students and I fell into a state of "limbo" where it became difficult to motivate ourselves to consistently come into the office every single day. We also experienced isolation and loneliness from spending day and night grinding on obscure, ultra-specialized problems that few people around us understood or even cared about. 看到...   (1回应)

    2012-08-20 23:21   1人喜欢

  • 七月

    七月 (向日葵族人)

    第三年:复发(Relapse) 当我在2008年年中开始我博士第三年时,我重新加入了Klee项目,仍然是其中最年轻的学生。那时,Klee团队的仅有的两个人是它的联合创始人:Dawson和Cristi(Dawson手下的最高年级的博士生)。其他的Klee项目成员早已经离开了这个项目。 我怀着复杂的心情回归。一方面,我第一年在Klee项目经历的创伤让我畏惧这个项目和它的团队。另一方面,Cristi和Dawson都对Klee非常有热情并且想再发表一些后续论文。..

    2014-06-17 18:39

  • m_vptr

    m_vptr (读万卷书,行万里路)

    In summer 2011, I finally made up my mind to “retire” from academia after graduation: I didn’t know what I was going to do for a career, but I wasn’t planning to apply for tenure-track university faculty jobs in the upcoming year. I made this decision for two main reasons: First, I sensed that my current publication record wasn’t impressive enough to earn me a respectable tenure-track fa...

    2013-01-18 09:39   1人喜欢

  • 达闻西

    达闻西 (力拔山兮气盖世)

    在Klee项目上的失败,我觉得部分是由于作者自我感动于低姿势水平的不断工作,没有自己提出有创新的Idea,而妄图依靠他人的idea发论文。

    2018-08-14 13:44

  • 望希

    望希 (We are all the prisoners here)

    Unlike a regular nine-to-five job(e.g, my summer internships )where I could leave my work at the office and chill every night in front of the television, research was emotionally and mentally all-consuming. I found it almost impossible to shut off my brain and relax in the evenings, which I later discovered was a common ailment afflicting Ph. D. students.

    2018-06-20 16:26

  • 品如的猫没衣服

    品如的猫没衣服 (我喜欢大蛋,大蛋不喜欢我!)

    I'll end by answering a question involving the F-word: Was it fun? Some aspects of the Ph.D. experience were very fun: Coming up with new ideas was fun; sketching out software designs on the whiteboard was fun; having coffee with colleagues to chat about ideas was fun; hanging out with interesting people at conferences was fun; giving talks and inciting animated discussions was fun; receiving e...

    2018-04-21 15:33

  • 品如的猫没衣服

    品如的猫没衣服 (我喜欢大蛋,大蛋不喜欢我!)

    Grad school was a safe environment to practice recovering from failures, since the stakes were low compared to failing in real jobs. One of my favorite characteristics of the Ph.D. experience was that I wasn't in compeition with my classmates. 学会在 grad school 试错;MS里应该还是会有竞争的吧,毕竟有考试。

    2018-04-21 15:31

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