Supervisory Meetings – May 2014   Leave a comment

 

Chapter 2 and Chapter 5 (completion)

 

Section 4 to Gem                                         1st May
 
Section 4 feedback from Gem              5th May
Chapter 5 – Naive algorithm along with theorems, lemmas, definitions and examples        9th May
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Posted May 1, 2014 by mithileysh in Supervisory Meetings

Supervisory Meetings – April 2013   Leave a comment

 

Chapter 2 – Literature Review (Contd.)
 
Section 3 feedback from Gem                    2nd April
Deadlines for VLHCC  and Diagrams 2014     3rd April
 
Section 4 to Jim                                         17th April
 
Section 4 feedback from Jim                     22nd April
 
Section 4 to John                                      24th April
 
Section 4 feedback from John                  29th April

Posted April 1, 2014 by mithileysh in Supervisory Meetings

Supervisory Meetings – March 2014   Leave a comment

 

Chapter 2 – Literature Review (contd.)

Section 2 updates to John              7th March
 
Section 3 feedback from Jim           3rd March
 
Section 3 to Gem                             18th March
Section 2 to John                                  21st March
Section 2 feedback from John     26th March
Section 3 to Gem                                    28th March

Posted March 3, 2014 by mithileysh in Supervisory Meetings

Supervisory Meetings – February 2014   Leave a comment

 

 Chapter 2 – Literature Review
Deadlines to submit supervisors
Section 2 to Jim 1st FebSection 2 feedback from Jim 6th FebSection 3 to John 14th Feb

Section 2 Updates to Gem 21st Feb

Section 3 feedback from John 21st Feb

Section 2 feedback from Gem 26th Feb

Section 3 to Jim 26th Feb

Posted January 27, 2014 by mithileysh in Supervisory Meetings

Supervisory Meetings – November 2013   Leave a comment

 

06/11/2013

>> Before Meeting

Tasks accomplished

Corrected the lemmas written down in paper and Latex.
Wrote examples in chapter 3
>> After Meeting

John helped me understanding couple of examples.

Action Plans – Mithileysh

Make the necessary changes in the LaTeX.
Include more examples

Action Plans – Supervisors

John: Read through the Chapter 3 of the thesis.

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13/11/2013

Started writing Chapter 5.

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27/11/2013

Worked on examples and naive algorithm.

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Posted November 27, 2013 by mithileysh in Supervisory Meetings

Doing a PhD in your early 20s   Leave a comment

Excellent! Keep up the good work mate!

The Thesis Whisperer

This post is by Ben Wilkie who is a (nearly finished!) PhD candidate at Monash University in Melbourne. His research has been focused on Scottish migrants in Australia during the 19th and 20th centuries. He also lectures in Australian Studies at Deakin University in Warrnambool. Ben blogs occasionally at The Scottish Australian and you can find him on Twitter as @historyben.

Ben was kind enough to offer to write this post after a conversation on Twitter after a discussion about average PhD student in Australia. You might be surprised to hear it is around 34 years of age, but the age profile in the sciences is younger and those in the humanities. Ben tells us what it is like to do a PhD in your early 20’s in an area where there are not many younger students – I think you might find it interesting even if you are…

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Posted October 16, 2013 by mithileysh in Supervisory Meetings

Supervisory Meetings – October 2013   Leave a comment

02/10/2013

>> Before Meeting

Tasks accomplished

  • Continued working on more examples.
  • Working on the comments – Chapters 3 and 4.

>> After Meeting

Action Plans – Mithileysh

  • Continue writing thesis.
  • Work on more examples to understand lemmas.
  • Continue extending the lemmas to our project.

Action Plans – Supervisors

  • Assistance in lemmas.

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09/10/2013

>> Before Meeting

Tasks accomplished

  • Continued working on more examples.
  • Working on the comments – Chapters 3 and 4.

>> After Meeting

Jim suggested to use \nu and \epsilon at abstract level. I tried to explain the lemmas.

Action Plans – Mithileysh

  • Write the lemma clearly both in paper and in LaTex.
  • Think about decomposition.

Action Plans – Supervisors

  • Assistance in lemmas.

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15/10/2013

>> Before Meeting

Tasks accomplished

  • Lemmas written down in paper and Latex.
  • Decomposition writen down in LaTex.

>> After Meeting

Supervisors were happy about the lemmas. They suggested few changes.

Action Plans – Mithileysh

  • Make the necessary changes in the LaTeX.

Action Plans – Supervisors

  • Jim: Help in Inkscape!

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22/10/2013

>> Before Meeting

Tasks accomplished

  • Corrected the lemmas written down in paper and Latex.
  • Wrote examples in chapter 3

>> After Meeting

Jim helped in fixing the LaTeX and Inkscape issue.

Action Plans – Mithileysh

  • Make the necessary changes in the LaTeX.
  • Include more examples

Action Plans – Supervisors

  • John: Read through the Chapter 3 of the thesis.

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22/10/2013

>> Before Meeting

Tasks accomplished

  • Corrected the lemmas written down in paper and Latex.
  • Wrote examples in chapter 3

>> After Meeting

Submitted chapter 3 draft to John for suggestions and feedbacks. John helped me understanding couple of examples.

Action Plans – Mithileysh

  • Make the necessary changes in the LaTeX.
  • Include more examples

Action Plans – Supervisors

  • John: Read through the Chapter 3 of the thesis.

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Posted October 15, 2013 by mithileysh in Supervisory Meetings