Welcome to the "Blog" section of my website. Here, discover my Ph.D. life moments that I consider significant for me and that I’m happy to share. As I am not an English speaker, there may still be some spelling mistakes; please be indulgent (if you point it out to me, I will make sure to … Continue reading PostS#
Post#13…PhD tips & tricks Series: Your P.hD.
Your P.hD. is not a sprint but a marathon Thesis work Doctoral programm & course planningFieldwork & lab workSample & data processingWriting Photo by Jess Bailey Designs on Pexels.com 1) Joining a doctoral program is an excellent opportunity to discover new courses (knowledge), train (skills), and put into practice what you have learned (competencies). To avoid … Continue reading Post#13…PhD tips & tricks Series: Your P.hD.
Post#12…PhD tips & tricks Series: Administrative follow-up
The mailbox, the monster that never stops growing…who feeds it? Administrative follow-up EmailsDatasetsProtocolsMSc & Bsc Supervision Photo by Wesley Tingey on Unsplash.com 1) Emails. I try to discipline myself by checking my emails and taking 1 hour at the beginning of the day and a moment in the early afternoon to read and answer some emails. … Continue reading Post#12…PhD tips & tricks Series: Administrative follow-up
Post#11…PhD tips & tricks Series: working groups
Defining different working groups generally helps me a lot. I like to work with people, particularly when it goes well (don't you agree?). Thus, with all different working groups, I set goals. I also try to keep in touch with the groups to stay on track. Management of working groups: Thesis supervisorsLaboratory techniciansColleaguesBachelor & master studentsExtra-muros collaborations … Continue reading Post#11…PhD tips & tricks Series: working groups
Post#10…PhD tips & tricks Series: workspace management
The environment in which I work is essential to me; the arrangement of my workplace must be intuitive to the maximum so that I can work efficiently and pleasantly. From the beginning of my master's project, I understood that I would have to juggle different tasks, documents, protocols, articles to read, etc..… So imagine when you … Continue reading Post#10…PhD tips & tricks Series: workspace management
Post#9…PhD tips & tricks Series: time management & Google calendar
First of all, I would like to say that what I am going to propose in this article is helpful for me and could be for someone else. First, I thought I'd list all the little tips & tricks I've put in place since my master's degree. These little tips make my life easier and … Continue reading Post#9…PhD tips & tricks Series: time management & Google calendar
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