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  1. Current position: UMich (RA offer): with an AP UIUC (TA offer): with an AP UW-Madison (RA offer): with a professor UCSD (RA offer): with a professor I want to enter the industry after the PhD. Anyone any thought? Thank you guys so much!
  2. I'm a Mechatronics undergrad thinking of applying to the RSC Masters at ETHZ next year, and had a few questions. 1) Anybody know what the admissions statistics are? I already know they're quite high, but it'd help me determine my chances. I tried getting in touch with their admissions department for statistics, but it seems that they don't give them out. 2) Should we reach out to profs with our info (GPA, GRE, research interests) to see if we're a good fit for the program? Wasn't sure if this is appropriate, but I thought it'd be a good way to gauge my chances as well. For reference, my profile is: Mechatronics Engineering Bachelors at top 5 Canadian University GPA 3.9 GRE 170Q/164V/5AW 1 year of work experience 0.5 years of research experience (not in desired field of study though)
  3. I'm not a Sociology major but made the mistake of taking a third year sociology course and I'm lost (at least right now). The course is called "identities and society". I have never taken a sociology class before. The professor has absolutely no structure in his course, has been absent since 3 weeks and is still sick. The final question is "Discuss the systems construction and constraints of identity development." It is just such as weird question because he has sent it per email and has given us absolutely no context. I have no idea what he wants. Does anyone know what he means by "systems"? I would be so glad if someone could help! Thank you
  4. Hi all,My name is Adwait Nadkarni, and I am an Assistant professor in the Computer Science Department at the College of William & Mary. Before W&M, I did my MS and PhD from North Carolina State University, Raleigh. Here is my website for more info:http://www.adwaitnadkarni.com/My Research: I have multiple funded positions available at my Systems Security Research group at W&M. The primary focus of my group is the security of emerging operating platforms (e.g., mobile platforms such as Android, IoT platforms such as Google Weaveor SmartThings). Specifically, we will be evaluating the security of existing systems, modifying them to make them secure, or building novel security systems. I am looking for dedicated and creative students interested in breaking and building secure systems and protocols, starting as early as Fall 2018. Please apply to W&M Computer Science (PhD), using the following link:Apply: http://www.wm.edu/as/graduate/admission/.../index.phpThe deadline for Fall 2018 admission is March 15, 2018. About W&M: W&M is the second oldest universities in the USA, and the first of the 8 public ivies. It is located in Williamsburg, Virginia; a place with pretty good weather, and a lot of historical significance.Also, if you have any questions about MS/PhD, be it the scope, future options, or questions about my research or security research in general, feel free to contact me via email (my contact information is on my website).Regards,Adwait
  5. I'm interested in applying for the Symantec Research Labs Graduate Fellowship. This is a smaller program, and it awards 2 or 3 fellowships per year. The program heavily emphasizes computer security. Fortunately, my some of my research interests/experience lie at the intersection of computer security and computer systems. I haven't been able to find any advice on the Personal Statement of Interests that Symantec requires. Before I start contact past award recipients, can anyone offer any advice or relevant web pages? I'm also curious if anyone knows how many applications Symantec receives for these awards. (Now that I've made this post, perhaps the number of applications will increase a little bit...)
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