P-NUT PhD & PDEng Day - 24th of November 2021
Location: Waaier building, at the University of Twente
Room: Waaier 3
The event will be hosted in a hybrid fashion, meaning partly physical and partly virtual. As soon as you registered for the event, you will receive a Zoom link for joining the online event. As there is limited physical capacity (of 75 people), admission to the physical event is done on the basis of first come, first served. Participation in the physical event requires a COVID certificate (green pass).
Welcoming by P-NUT
Keynote: Jamie Hyneman
Title: Busting myths in the post-fact society
RDM Bingo! How much do you know about research data management? (link)
Skyrocketed number of job openings in the labor market: How to make the right decision? (Going to industry) (link)
Pitches, discussions, and closing ceremony
[-] Roberto Cruz (former president P-NUT; lead of P-NUT's Include-U project)
A certificate of attendance will be given to all participants who register and attend. It is calculated that the activities in the program equal 0.25 European Credits (ECs). The following requirements need to be fulfilled in order to obtain the certificate:
- Attendance at the online or physical sessions (and registered for the event)
- Fill in a survey from the Female Doctoral Candiate Initiative (the survey is anonymous, we expect you to fill it in)
- Fill in a feedback form about the PhD & PDEng Day (submit before the 28th of November)
Notice that due to the corona circumstances, some adjustments were made to the program, including, e.g., cancelation of one of the keynote talks. Further last-minute changes may happen. For the latest updates, please keep track of this webpage.
P-NUT passes the borders of faculties, departments and even universities by bringing doctoral candidates with different backgrounds together to share their experiences and help each other to grow and become more efficient in their work. Our main objectives are to bring people who share similar interests together in both a professional and informal way, to inform them on the important aspects that might affect or benefit their careers as scientists and share and defend the rights of the PhDs at the UT. These objectives define the three main goals of P-NUT: connect, inform and represent the doctoral candidates of the University of Twente.
The organizing chairs consist of F. Koefer (P-NUT Secretary 2021-2022) and R.H. Bemthuis (P-NUT Treasurer and Vice-president 2021-2022).