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Key to success for PhD student
Key to success for PhD student
Key to success for PhD student
Key to success for PhD student
Key to success for PhD student
Key to success for PhD student
Key to success for PhD student
Key to success for PhD student
Key to success for PhD student
Key to success for PhD student
Key to success for PhD student
Key to success for PhD student
Key to success for PhD student
Key to success for PhD student
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  • 1. Key to Success for PhD Student<br />Ali RidhoBarakbah<br />Knowledge Engineering Research Group<br />Soft Computing Laboratory<br />Department of Informatics Engineering<br />Electronic Engineering Polytechnic Institute of Surabaya - ITS<br />
  • 2. What does PhD mean?<br />PhD means “Philosophiae Doctor (Doctor of Philosophy)”<br />PhD means “You find something new in a research field”<br />PhD means “You are able to organize your research”<br />PhD means “Strategy to pass the requirement level of knowledge”<br />PhD means “Back to zero”<br />PhD means “You have nothing”<br />PhD means “Permanent Head Damage” <br />
  • 3. Waiting for you<br />Finding idea<br />Communication<br />Define problem <br />Related works<br />Research boundary<br />Research flow<br />Research framework<br />Experiments<br />Systemization<br />
  • 4. Finding your idea<br />I want to make ….<br />I try to use this algorithm for …<br />I am interesting to make research in ….<br />I develop a new approach to solve …<br />….<br />
  • 5. WHO CARES?<br />
  • 6. Communicate your idea<br />GAP<br />
  • 7. Don’t be a perfectionist<br />If you suppose that you’re a perfectionist, you don’t want others criticizing you<br />You will be a pampered boy. Everything you say, you hope that others will say okay<br />
  • 8. Start from problem<br />Find an unique problem for your topic<br />Don’t think sequentially<br />Think a bizarre case that others will say “it’s impossible”<br />
  • 9. Keep track of previous research works<br />Research works <br />by others<br />RELATED WORKS<br />Your Idea<br />distinguish your research…<br />
  • 10. Set a boundary of your research<br />your topic<br />Problems of your research<br />
  • 11. Fix flow of your research<br />Describe your problem<br />Discuss related works<br />Claim your uniqueness<br />
  • 12. Create framework of your research<br />Your first model to overcome the problem of your research<br />Consists of some parts those you can concentrate on work step-by-step<br />Easy to understand in order to communicate what you do with your research<br />Easy to manage your research by time<br />
  • 13. Do experiments<br />Confirm your model<br />Set datasets and parameters<br />Analyze your results<br />Claim the performance<br />
  • 14. Systemize your research paper<br />Communicate your paper in easier way to readers<br />Be honest in writing your paper<br />Open mind for reviews<br />Keep working and improving on your research<br />
  • 15. Good Luck<br />

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