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Advanced Materials Letters

Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 106-107, February 2013, Current Issue
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Supervision of doctoral student by public-private sectors partnership: a Special focus on healthcare nanotechnology 

Ashutosh Tiwari

Adv. Mater. Lett., 2013, Current Issue, 4 (2), pp 106-107

DOI: 10.5185/amlett.2013.2001

Publication Date (Web): Dec 09, 2012

Abstract

The supervision of conducting a doctorate degree in interdisciplinary science and technology such as healthcare nanotechnology, a strategic supervisory role is essential. Supervision of such doctor of philosophy (PhD) students immerses in an internationally leading education, research environment and provide a wide range of scientific and complementary training, executed both inter and intra university-private sectors joint supervisions. The focus of this editorial is to bring the criteria to produce trained, highly competent, enthusiastic and creative PhDs by the public and private sectors partnership. The interdisciplinary PhD supervision approach would make significant contributions to designed, constructed and commercialized new technology including personalized healthcare and medical nanodevices.

Keywords

PhD supervision, interdisplinery course, research agenda and exercise.

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