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PhD Education Through Apprenticeship

Daniel Patel, Stefan Bruckner, M. Eduard Gröller

INPROCEEDINGS, Eurographics Conference 2011 Education Papers, 2011

Abstract

We describe and analyze the PhD education in the visualization group at the Vienna University of Technology and set the education in a larger perspective. Four central mechanisms drive the PhD education in Vienna. They are: to require an article-based PhD; to give the student freedom to choose research direction; to let students work in shared offices towards joint deadlines; and to involve students in reviewing articles. This paper describes these mechanisms in detail and illustrates their effect.

Published

Eurographics Conference 2011 Education Papers

  • Pages: 23–28
  • Event: Eurographics 2011
  • Location: Llandudno, UK

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BibTeX

@inproceedings{patel11apprenticeship,
  author = {Daniel Patel and Stefan Bruckner and M. Eduard Gr{\"o}ller},
  title = {PhD Education Through Apprenticeship},
  year = {2011},
  abstract = {We describe and analyze the PhD education in the visualization group 
at the Vienna University of Technology and set the education in a larger perspective. 
Four central mechanisms drive the PhD education in Vienna. They are: to require an 
article-based PhD; to give the student freedom to choose research direction; 
to let students work in shared offices towards joint deadlines; and to involve 
students in reviewing articles. This paper describes these mechanisms in detail and 
illustrates their effect.},
  booktitle = {Eurographics Conference 2011 Education Papers},
  pages = {23--28},
  event = {Eurographics 2011},
  location = {Llandudno, UK},


}






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