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  1. Dr. Dingwen Tao from the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Washington State University invites applications for Ph.D. studies in the areas of high-performance computing, parallel and distributed systems, and distributed deep learning. Students will be fully funded by research/teaching assistantship. Dr. Tao has published many papers in top HPC and Big Data conferences and journals, including ACM HPDC, ACM ICS, ACM ICPP, ACM PPoPP, ACM PACT, IEEE/ACM SC, IEEE BigData, IEEE CLUSTER, IEEE DAC, IEEE IPDPS, IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (TPDS), IJHPCA,
  2. Hi all, I am trying to analyze my fit with a prospective PI. I really like him and I am totally compelled by the research he is doing, but I have heard he can be a little intense and I want to watch out for red flags. I flew out to interview last weekend and when I got to the first recruitment event I found out he had invited three people to interview for a position in his lab. When discussing it with his current students later on, it appears he only has one position to fill. Does this strike anybody as odd? He had each of us give a short presentation at his lab meeting and, upon reviewin
  3. Dr. Dingwen Tao from the Department of Computer Science at The University of Alabama invites applications for Ph.D. studies in the areas of high performance computing, parallel and distributed systems, and big data analytics. Students will be fully funded by research/teaching assistantship. Dr. Tao has published many papers in top HPC and Big Data conferences and journals, including IEEE BigData, ACM HPDC, IEEE IPDPS, ACM PPoPP, ACM/IEEE SC, SAGE IJHPCA. His research has been supported by National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, Argonne National Laboratory, Brookhaven National Labora
  4. I just recently went on the “Recruitment Weekend” at Texas Tech for the PhD program I applied for. It was obviously an interview in structure, but most of the weekend was them selling the university and program. They kept using verbiage like “if you choose to come here” or “should you choose us”, etc. which I thought strange since I hadn’t received an offer yet. Then, while on the cohort dinner (with current PhD students) more than two of the 9 invited on the trip had already received offers? Can someone explain what this means to me? I felt like it went really well and I feel I was quit
  5. Hi All - My spouse wants to attend the interview weekends/recruitment events with me. I am in total support of that because they will also be moving to our new home whenever I choose a school! Should I ask the administrator about providing us a single room in hotels, or should I even tell the schools that my partner will be coming? Obviously they won't be coming to the interviews or the social events with me, but they would like to see the city that we might be moving to and meet locals. It seems silly for me to even ask the administrators these types of questions because we
  6. So I realize this could go into the more general forums, but I wanted the perspective from some English ppl (I'm rhet/comp, but I'd love input regardless). Is anyone still contacting faculty at their programs of interest or has that ship sailed with application deadlines approaching? I've networked a little at conferences (and those convos went great), however I'm finding that emails and phone calls are so awkward. I recently had a phone conversation with a faculty member I'd be interested in working with and it was almost painful. Maybe because I'm an introvert? Maybe because I'd never met th
  7. I know that we have a separate BME application profiles thread. I thought it'd be a good idea to start a new one just to list the upcoming dates of interview/visit/recruitment days to make all the data available in one thread. Please post below, the interview weekend dates that you know. I'll start - Northeastern University - March 2,3
  8. I have been trying to find information about what to expect at recruitment events for non-science PhD students. I was accepted into a program for Cultural Studies and was invited to a recruitment event. What the heck is it?? What can I expect? Should I wear a suit? Trousers and a blazer? Trousers no blazer? Trousers and button up no tie? How do I hide my "imposter syndrome" that has slowly creeped into my life in the past 24 hours? Any help or guidance would be amazing.
  9. I am currently trying to get two studies done that I've spent over 2 years recruiting for from our psychology participant pool -- still only have as many participants that most grad students get in a month or two. obviously should've picked a more diverse place for these topics, but it's a common problem for most of us at the the typical university, I assume.... so thought we all might be able to share suggestions! I have posted ads on tons of websites (facebook, cragislist, etc.), used mturk, emailed out listservs, student groups, professors at different uni's, etc., and still short/lacki
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