For those who might not have read the first post in this series about the hardware side of things, please have a look: Digital Office I
Author: Luc Beaulieu
Emotion and story telling in a scientific talk?
During a recent group meeting, one of the student was making a comment regarding the document really bad powerpoint by Seth Godin. Her point was
Digital Office I: Introduction and Hardware
Working efficiently in the digital world is not as easy as it sounds, in particular as you get more and more files to deal with.
Don’t Listen To Advice, And Other Advice From Nobel Laureates – Science News
😉 Don’t Listen To Advice, And Other Advice From Nobel Laureates – Science News.
Don’t forget the basic stuff!
This semester I thought an undergraduate laboratory to last year engineering students. These will be entering the job market (or pursue graduate studies) in a
Manifesto: Stop Stealing Dreams
Seth Godin has written an very interesting (and free) manifesto about the US school system (though the birth of Canada school system is very similar
Which type is your thesis advisor?
In a discussion with a postdoc of mine, she was telling me that she observed that advisors are of three types: opener, middle cruncher and
Moore’s law to hold for a few more years
Update May 2nd: This video shown the famous theoretical physicists Michio Kaku on the very same topics 3D transistors technology will help Intel to pack even more
It is done!
Final result in…I got promoted to full professor, effective June 1st. At that date 21 years ago, I was just starting my grad studies 😉
PhD Comics : The movie!
For any one who is following PhD Comics, either religiously or occasionally, the Piled Higher and Deeper movie is available!
A few more “must read” for new gradute students
In the previous post, I was directing interested students to the free book Organizing Creativity. There are a few more excellent resources on the web
Recommended book: Organizing Creativity by Daniel Wessel
The majority of graduate students that I had the chance to supervised (yes I consider student supervision as a core mission of being a researcher
Computers have become a key tool for the acquisition, analysis and processing of data in scientific research. Furthermore, the value of computer simulation in our
Here it is. About two years ago, I decided to start a blog about scientific research, student supervision and related topics. While topics are abundant,