|Workshop Name||Writing specifically for a PhD thesis|
|Date||Wednesday, 12 May 2021|
|Time||11:00am to 12:30pm (AEST)|
|Venue||Online via Zoom|
|Presenter||Associate Professor Sunil Gupta|
|Registration||Email firstname.lastname@example.org and the Zoom link will be provided closer to the event date.|
Most, if not all of the Hub’s PhD students and the majority of A2I2’s students would have completed their literature review and met their Confirmation of Candidature milestone. This will be an opportune time for them to learn the skill required to categorise the mountain of information and data that they will have to go through, compartmentalise, and determine if they should form part of the final thesis or not. To ensure quality outcome, students should commence this information management habit early in their tenure so as to drive a particular writing style throughout.
This will be a seminar style workshop with time set aside for Q&As. Participants are also encouraged to engage with the presenter at any time.
This workshop will be suitable for any students are in the early stage of their PhD journey (first 1.5 to 2 years) albeit those in the later stage of their PhD may still find it useful.
PhD students of other universities are also welcome to join in.
Associate Professor Sunil Gupta graduated with a PhD in computer science from Curtin University in Jan 2012. He completed his PhD in a period of 2.5 years receiving the Chancellor’s Commendation for excellence for his exceptional doctoral work under the supervision of Professor Svetha Venkatesh. Prior to his PhD, he completed a Master of Engineering degree in Signal Processing from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.
Associate Professor Gupta is now working at the Applied Artificial Intelligence Institute (A2I2) at Deakin University, and his current research interests lie in machine learning and data mining.
With his years of experience and supervision of students to PhD completion, he has a number of useful writing tips to share with you.
To register for this workshop, send an email to email@example.com and the Zoom meeting link will be provided closer to the event date.