02921 ITMAN Graduate School Seminars
External guest lecturers participate in this series.
|Seminarrække for Forskerskolen ITMAN|
|Ph.D.- Mathematics, Physics and Informatics|
|Fall and Spring|
The series run over 2 semesters.
Scope and form:
8 seminars by invited lecturers.
Occasionally preparatory exercises.
Duration of Course:
|[The Course is not following DTUs normal Schedule]|
Date of examination:
|Decide with teacher
Deadline for turning in reports is usually January and June. Deadline will be set by the course responsible.|
Type of assessment:
General course objectives:
The aim of this course is to give a broad introduction to a series of non-technical-scientific subjects which are vital for the PhD student’s academic and private business career.
The invited guest speakers will introduce their specialist topics and expand on these according to the specific needs of the target audience, e.g. “how to secure a software patent”, "how to get a good written English", and “dissemination of knowledge in research networks”.
The students will achieve a general knowledge and insight into related, relevant fields which will enable them to improve their overall communication, research and business competences in relation to their PhD studies.
Each student will, according to own interests and goal, further develop (a) given topic(s) in relation to his/her PhD project in a short report.
|A student who has met the objectives of the course will be able to:|
- identify relevant topics and research areas i relation to own PhD project.
- discuss fundamental problems in the topics presented in the seminars.
- locate and apply further information in relation to topics within own PhD project.
- explain and argue for the consequences of a chosen topic in relation to own PhD project.
- formulate and present an interdisciplinary synthesis of the technical-scientific PhD project and the non-technical-scientific topic chosen for the report in an easily understod non-technical language.
- perform a professionally well-founded limitation of the topic for the report.
- evaluate critically the chosen topic(s) from a technical-scientific point of view.
- set up goals and intermediate goals for a process
Patents, software patents, communication, knowledge sharing, project management, self management, research management, open source, publication formalia and ethics, paper writing.
|, 324, 113, (+45) 4525 3415,
, 324, 110, (+45) 4525 3359,
|02 Department of Informatics and Mathematical Modeling|
Registration Sign up:
|At the department|
Please sign up for the course at phd(a)imm.dtu.dk. You can sign up any time of the year.
April 25, 2012|
See course in DTU Course base