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He is a hands-off advisor, who gives ideas but does not help in actually executing it. He comes for meetings every Friday to discuss progress with each individual student, and usually that is the highest amount of contribution he gives. He also occasionally contributes to improving the writing in the papers. Other than that, the student has to... Read More

Posted: Review #27

He did not schedule any meeting for you, and you have to contact him to schedule a meeting. Accessible on weekdays and online. Hands-off advisor. Respond timely via email or slack.At least 3 journal publications are required for graduation. The last paper can just submit (no need for acceptance). The typical graduation time is 5-6 years. Not too... Read More

Posted: Review #20

Met 1:1 weekly before COVID. Weekly online group meetings continue during the pandemic. Daily guidance by the PI. "Hand-on" advisor. Very accessible to students as there are only very few students in his group.Expect 3-4 first-author papers for graduation. Students take time off on weekends and are not pushed to work late. In my observation, it... Read More

Posted: Review #11

Very detailed and professional.Very high, Ph.D. students can learn a lot.Very ample and a lot of types of equipment and facilities.In a lot of areas, such as antenna, MMIC, modeling, and energy harvesting.People have very good relationships and a very good lab atmosphere.Prof. Guo is a very handsome guy and easy to be with, it is very proud to be... Read More

Posted: Review #29

Bevan is a very hands-off advisor. Do not expect him to ask for 1-to-1 meetings. To be successful, you must be assertive in asking for meetings to discuss your progress. From March 2020 to July 2021, this research group met 3 times on Zoom. Most communication during the pandemic was email.Bevan's expectation is that Ph.D. students must publish 3... Read More

Posted: Review #19

The PI meets 1:1 every week usually, but more often if a deadline is close. The discussions are very intellectually stimulating and helps improve the quality of research. The PI can be hands-off occasionally if some other professor is taking an active role in the research, but is very active otherwise in working with the student. The PI is very... Read More

Posted: Review #25

Sufficient............................... and... Read More

Posted: Review #28

Extremely supportvie. Kind of hands-off in experiments but any idea can be discussed and properly advised. Responsive in writing. Variable but in general pretty high. Almost all previous Ph.D. students graduated with NS sub journals. All PhD students graduated in 5 years. Very competitive to get admitted into the group. Affluent in funding. Part... Read More

Posted: Review #30

Meets as project group every week. A project group is typically composed of a Ph.D. student (me) and one intern (undergraduate). Some projects have other Ph.D. students as collaborators. On the project weekly meeting, everyone reports progress with or without slides. The slides and written materials are required to be in English. If all people in... Read More

Posted: Review #14

Kun gathers multiple researchers and interns to work on a same large project. He provides direct hands-on guidance as he designs the system architecture and persists the design principles throughout the project. Different from many senior researchers, Kun writes code by himself. The first paper I have published was Kun's flagship project of the... Read More

Posted: Review #16