The PhD students
Who are these PhDs we keep hearing about? And what are they working on? Do they take selfies in the labs? Of course they do. On this page you can read more about the every day struggles and joys of our hard working PhDs.
Samuel Erzuah: Awesome experience at The National IOR Centre of Norway
To begin with, I would like to express my heart-felt gratitude to The National IOR Centre of Norway for the honour bestowed on me to contribute my quota toward the oil and gas industry.
Aojie Hong: The simulations are still running. Wait and be patient!
I am waiting and trying to be patient when I am writing this blog. To do something else can help me move my eyes from staring at the green progress bar. It is «terrible» that I have to wait days until I can get the results I want.
Mario Silva: Spring is back, let’s meet and «recover for the future»!
Just by looking at the title, I guess everyone realized by now what I will be talking about. What else could it be, but the wonderful, chilly, rainy/snowy Norwegian spring? Nope! Just kidding! I am going to talk about something far more exciting: the 2016 IOR conference held in the end of April.
Tijana Voake: My first experience at The National IOR Centre of Norway
First, I would like to express my gratitude and pleasure for being a part of The National IOR Centre of Norway and University of Stavanger. I am almost as proud as my dad is when he tells his friends what I am doing.
Jaspreet Singh Sachdeva: February – the month of love
I have always loved working in the laboratory. When I got the chance to do some more research based on experimental work, I knew I didn't have to play any mental gymnastics for taking this decision. Now here I am … working at the Centre!