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读《The PhD Grind》

已有 3060 次阅读 2015-5-12 11:23 |个人分类:Research Journal|系统分类:科研笔记|关键词:学者

昨天下午一口气读完了Philip J. Guo 写的回忆录《The PhD Grind》,感慨颇多,深深为这位华裔作者研究经历、为获取博士学位而奋斗的精神所佩服。知道了从2012年开始,Stanford要求博士生必须发表24篇顶级会议 (Top  tier conference) 才能有资格参加博士论文答辩。Stanford就是牛,它们培养的计算机科学博士是在做真正的研究。知道了作者怎样发现一个问题,慢慢逐步的细化,直到编写成原型 (prototype) 写成论文。

通过作者的介绍,知道了workshopconference的区别:

a published workshop paperusually does not “count" as a dissertation contribution in our department.Workshop papers are meant to disseminate early ideas and are not scrutinized asrigorously as conference papers. Whereas a conference paper submission has an 8to 30 percent chance of acceptance, a workshop paper submission has a 60 to 80percent chance.

Most professors in ourdepartment don't encourage students to submit to workshops, since if the papergets accepted (which is likely), the professor must pay around $1,500 oftravel, hotel, and registration costs using their grant money for the studentto attend and give a talk at the workshop.




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