Useful Links

Lab's schedule (The calendar is only available for current students)

1. For graduate students (How to do your MSc, PhD, or researcher)

“Graduate School Survival Guide”

“The illustrated guide to a Ph.D.”, (by Matt Might)

“10 easy ways to fail a Ph.D.”, (by Matt Might)

“The Researcher’s Bible”, (by Alan Bundy)

“Managing your supervisor”, (by Toby Walsh)

“Managing your supervisor”, (by Nick Feamster )

“3 qualities of successful Ph.D. students”, (by Matt Might)

“PhD Know-how”, (in Korean by Yoon Sup Choi)

“Things every PhD student should know”, (in Korean by Changhyun Kwon)

“Ph.D. Students Must Break Away From Undergraduate Mentality”, (by Jason Hong)

2. Reading/Writing about articles

“How to read a paper”, (by S. Keshav)

“How to write a great research paper”, (by Simon Peyton Jones)

“How (and How Not) to Write a Good Systems Paper”, (byRoy Levin and David D. Redell)

“How To Write A Dissertation”

“How to Respond to a Revise and Resubmit”

Storytelling 101: Writing Tips for Academics” (by Nick Feamster)

3. Communication

“How to write a good email to your supervisor”, (in Korean by Changhyun Kwon)

“Presenting a Technical Talk”, (by Nick Feamster)

4. How to research

“Common Pitfalls in Writing about Security and Privacy Human Subjects Experiments, and How to Avoid Them”, (by Stuart Schechter)

5. Useful Tools

Latex: “Why Latex?”

Python: If you are new to Python, you may find it valuable to work through the codeacademy Python tutorials or Google’s Python class.

Spelling checkers: Online spellchecker

Words counters: TeXcount

Many of above useful links are obtained from SecLab of SungKyunKwan University which is one of our strongest collaborating research groups.