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25 Jun 19
Newsy Today

Attractiveness decreases among students, job precariousness increases, administration disinterest, scarcity of hirings in public research … Does supporting a thesis today still worth it? By Sylvestre Huet Posted yesterday at 15h35 Time to Play 7 min. Subscribers article Isabel Espanol Earning a Ph.D., the highest degree of university, should open the doors of high-skilled and […]

24 Jun 19
Noticias Ultimas

El atractivo disminuye entre los estudiantes, aumenta la precariedad laboral, el desinterés de la administración, la escasez de contrataciones en la investigación pública … ¿Todavía vale la pena apoyar una tesis hoy? Por Sylvestre Huet Publicado hoy a las 15:35 Hora de Juega 7 min. Artículo de suscriptores Isabel ingles Obtener un doctorado, el grado […]

24 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

Attractiveness decreases among students, job precariousness increases, administration disinterest, scarcity of hirings in public research … Does supporting a thesis today still worth it? By Sylvestre Huet Posted yesterday at 15h35 Time to Play 7 min. Subscribers article Isabel Espanol Earning a Ph.D., the highest degree of university, should open the doors of high-skilled and […]

23 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

" Press drawings are born with democracy and when liberties are threatened, they are also Swiss cartoonist Patrick Chappatte writes on his website. These few words were written a few hours after the announcement of the New York Times on June 10, 2019 to stop the publication of caricatures for which the Swiss had been […]

23 Jun 19
Brendan McGorry

“The Death of Painting” 2016 Charcoal chalk & acrylic on canvas 1500 x 1200mm   Brendan McGorry and The Belle Epoque by Michael Wilson   The Death of Painting  . . . . As a beginning art student, I was fond of taunting anyone who still insisted on wielding a brush and pigment with the […]

22 Jun 19
Two month cycle through Northern France and Belgium

What a difference a day makes … 24 little hours! We woke to clear blue sky. Despite being on a main road, we heard nothing and slept as the double glazing worked it’s magic. Our host prepared a lovely typical breakfast, which her daughter and boyfriend shared with us. They live in Clovelley in Sydney […]

21 Jun 19
Caroline In Europe

Today I️ spent my last few day in Amsterdam going to the Van Gogh Museum and the visiting the old Heineken factory for the Heineken Experience. I️ had a great time at both, but the Van Gogh Museum goes with our course a little better than a beer tasting. The first gallery we visited in […]

21 Jun 19
A Teller of Stories

The finest collection of Impressionist art in Paris is at the Orsay Museum, across the Seine from the Louvre. It was once a railway station but was converted into a beautiful museum. A quick note about the bridge in the foreground of the image below: there is a long-standing tradition where lovers buy a padlock, […]

21 Jun 19

Wireless & Mobile Networks - Research 2017-2018

RECENT RESEARCH ARTICLES IN WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS -RECOMMENDED READING   CHANNEL MAXIMIZATION IN WIRELESS BACKHAUL BASED HETNETS Mostafa Hefnawi, Royal Military College of Canada, Canada. ABSTRACT In this paper, we consider the optimization of wireless capacity-limited backhaul links in future heterogeneous networks (HetNets). We assume that the HetNet is formed with one macro-cell base station […]

21 Jun 19
Two month cycle through Northern France and Belgium

We have always been nervous about this first day as there were too many things we couldn’t control such as trains, bad weather etc. We set off from Asfordby at 8.25. It wasn’t raining, so that was a bonus. As we were riding into Melton, just 3km down the road, Duncan noticed the rear of […]

21 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

They are doctor, activist, journalist, senator, lawyer, former minister, MP, doctor, all of Afghan nationality. They strive on a daily basis to defend the rights of women to study, work and travel that the Afghan constitution grants them in principle. After 40 years of war, they yearn for peace with the Taliban, but "Not at […]