Why I choose to be a professor at Carnegie Mellon
19 years after I first set foot on the Carnegie Mellon campus to start my journey as a professor, I choose to do this job because of one thing — the students.
10 speed bumps that distract the reviewer of your scientific paper
As a reviewer of over 400 scientific papers for conferences/journals, I love a well-written paper. The words sound right, the arguments feel logical, the sentences flow into each other at the right reading pace,
A Ph.D. student’s manual: The tactical, the strategic, the emotional
What I would tell my younger Ph.D. self about how to handle the day-to-day aspects, the longer-term aspects, and the emotional aspects of a Ph.D. career.