Should I Get A Ph.D. In Computer Science?

Pantea Zardoshti
Pantea Zardoshti
Should I Get A Ph.D. In Computer Science?

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Thanks to technology, there are so many ways to further your career in technology, from bootcamps to MOOCs, the possibilities are endless. But in a world of online learnings and fast pace courses, it's easy to forget what many consider the "traditional" route to an education - a college...

Thanks to technology, there are so many ways to further your career in technology, from bootcamps to MOOCs, the possibilities are endless. But in a world of online learnings and fast pace courses, it's easy to forget what many consider the "traditional" route to an education - a college degree. The big question is, is this route really that traditional? After getting her B.Sc and M.Sc in computer engineering in Iran with the highest honors, Pantea Zardoshti is joining us to talk about the journey to her PhD in computer science, why she chose to go this path, and her tips for aspiring (or current) PhD students!


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Pantea Zardoshti
Pantea Zardoshti

Pantea Zardoshti is a fourth year PhD student at Lehigh University in CSE department and Summer intern at Oracle Corp working on hardware/software co-design for emerging memory technologies and compiler support for Abstract Instrumented Memory Interfaces, which allow programmers to exploit hardware and software memory features. Pantea obtained her B.Sc. and M.Sc. in computer engineering with the highest honor and joined the Institute for Research in Fundamental Science (IPM) as a research assistant. In Iran, she received the silver medal in the National Computer Science Olympiad and an Outstanding Student Award.

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