An interview with Sara Cardinale, a 3rd year PhD student at EECS QMUL on her PhD journey and mental health. Interview conducted by Elona Shatri Let’s begin by asking you about your initial expectations when you started your PhD journey.
In this interview conducted by Elona Shatri, Inês De Almeida Nolasco, a PhD student at QMUL, provides an account of her journey starting academic pursuits while expecting. She elaborates on the challenges of navigating both her research and new motherhood
This review was written by our own Michaela Macdonald I picked this book up at a BCS’s authors event last year with a certain amount of curiosity. This is a 2014 title and wondered, how much has changed within the
This review is from Elona Shatri, a fourth-year PhD student at QMUL and a part of the Centre for Digital Music. “The Algorithmic Leader: How to Be Smart When Machines Are Smarter Than You” by Mike Walsh provides an insightful
On International Women’s Day, our team members Elona Shatri and Richard Clegg organised a Wikipedia editing event to create or enhance articles about inspiring women, particularly those in the STEM fields. Although Wikipedia is a widely used source of information,
This is a new initiative our team thought would help boost the reading of books with an EDI angle. We plan to bring new recommendations monthly to this blog, so please feel free to send your recommendations and a paragraph
John Xavier Riley Tell us about your work at QMUL? I’m a 3rd year PhD student in the Artificial Intelligence and Music (AIM) program at the EECS school. My research centres around automatic music transcription using a variety of methods