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Optimizing Career Paths in Optics: The Guide for Young Professionals - Shared screen with speaker view
Kimberly Coerr
32:23
Welcome to Optimizing Career Paths in Optics: The Guide for Young Professionals. The audio for today’s conference should be coming through your computer speakers. Please ensure your speakers are turned on and the volume up. Should you need technical assistance, please use this chat feature or raise your hand to let us know. As a reminder, please share your questions in the Q & A box. The Q & A session will take place at the end of the presentation.
Kimberly Coerr
34:16
Are you still able to see the session?
Jelena Vuckovic
34:33
Yes
Christophe Dorrer
36:01
Yes, I got reconnected in about 5 seconds. All good in the audience so far!
Kimberly Coerr
38:52
Hi All, Once we are done with introductions, feel free to turn your camera on and your mute off so we can run this like an interactive panel, with you interjecting and adding commentary where appropriate without being called on.
Alan Fry
47:52
@Randy - basement envy!!
Alan Fry
01:01:42
@Stephanie, do you prefer to have us to write answers to the Q&A questions, or address them verbally?
Sarah
01:02:15
I am a third year PhD student and these days every one seems to say that if you want to get a job, do something related to quantum or machine learning. Can you comment how important it is to choose a career path based on such factors.
Stephanie Tomasulo
01:02:43
I'll read the questions out loud and you'll answer them out loud
Kimberly Coerr
01:03:00
As a reminder, please share your questions in the Q&A box. The Q&A session will take place at the end of the presentation. Thank you!
Soham Saha
01:03:09
To get hired as a professor, what are the different sections of someone's application package in order of importance (e.g. journal publications- impact factor vs citations, research proposal, teaching statement, diversity statement, etc?)
Kimberly Coerr
01:03:21
As a reminder, please share your questions in the Q&A box. The Q&A session will take place at the end of the presentation. Thank you!
Jabir M V
01:16:05
Where we get paid more, in academy or industry ?
Kimberly Coerr
01:16:44
As a reminder, please share your questions in the Q&A box. The Q&A session will take place at the end of the presentation. Thank you!
Kimberly Coerr
01:28:55
From Randy Giles: Advice for a young investigator, Santiago Ramon y Cajal
Kimberly Coerr
01:29:30
From Randy Giles: You and Your Research, Richard Hamming
Cheng Guo
01:30:42
From Randy Giles: You and Your Research, Richard Hamming:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5198756/
Kimberly Coerr
01:41:10
10 minutes left.
Kimberly Coerr
01:46:43
Five minutes.