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Nucleus, May 2017

Nucleus is a monthly newsletter of the Graduate School at The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus. It provides monthly updates on recent and upcoming activities by the Graduate School. May 2017 edition of Nucleus is appended herewith, for your viewing and reading pleasure. Alternatively, click here to view the web version. We welcome you to …

UNMC Research Showcase 2017

Share what you do with the world! The Graduate School recently held its annual Research Showcase on Thursday, 27th April 2017. First started in 2009, the Research Showcase is a competition designed to provide an opportunity for postgraduate research students to effectively present their research, in poster format, to a general audience. There were 15 participants …

[Invitation] UNMC Research Showcase 2017: Exhibition & Voting

We are pleased to invite all UNMC staff and students to attend our annual Research Showcase and vote for the best entry for People’s Choice Award. The contestants are required to present their research, in poster format, and explain their research to the judges and general audience. The showcase aims to promote public engagement, open …

3 years in the lab

This post is written by Mohammad Reza Ketabchi, PhD candidate from the Department of Chemical and Environmental Enigneering. The story began on 29th October 2013. It was a peaceful sunny day. I was officially a PhD student at the Faculty of Engineering. On those very first few days, I was well informed by the members …

[Invitation] A Talk on the Future of Analytics in Malaysia

The SAS User Group Malaysia (SUGMa) in association with the Graduate School is organising a talk on the Future of Analytics in Malaysia. We have two speakers for this session. We would like to invite all students and staff for this session and SUGMa will be extending its membership to students who have interests in …

[Guest Seminar] Research methodology in management research: mixed methods and the rigour of relevance

All postgraduate research students on campus are invited to attend a seminar entitled “Research methodology in management research: mixed methods and the rigour of relevance” by Emeritus Professor David Wastell. Details: There is a rich plurality of methods in management research generally, and information systems scholarship in particular. This can cause confusion, controversy and a …

New Workshop: Applying for Academic Jobs

A newly introduced workshop entitled Applying for Academic Jobs was held on 4th April 2017. It was delivered by Dr Ahimsa Campos-Arceiz and Dr Lee Jiin Woei. The workshop was designed to inform postgraduate students the important elements required while applying for an academic position. It was well attended by the postgraduate students. Apart from the theoretical …

Nucleus, April 2017

Nucleus is a monthly newsletter of the Graduate School. It provides monthly updates on recent and upcoming activities by the Graduate School. April 2017 edition of Nucleus is appended herewith, for your viewing and reading pleasure. Alternatively, click here to view the web version. We welcome you to write to us at graduateschool@nottingham.edu.my with any …

Coffee and Cake Session #2/2017

The second Coffee and Cake session for this year was held on 31st March 2017. It was a casual session where postgraduate students from across all three faculties met and established rapport with one another whilst enjoying coffee and cakes. The format of the Coffee and Cake session was revamped early this year where the first …

Research Internship

This post is written by Liu Haixia, PhD candidate from the School of Computer Science. It all started by googling: natural language processing internship and the Ubiquitous Knowledge Processing (UKP) Lab retrieved as the top one option. I applied, got a chance of test and was offered a six months research intern position at UKP. …