PhD Bubble Diagrams: An Illustration of Different Types of PhDs

“An Illustration of Different Types of PhDs” by Tadayoshi Kohno. A small blue bump connected to a large red bubble represents the addition of new knowledge to an existing, extensive research area. A small blue bubble floating by itself represents the advancement of new knowledge in a new area. A blue tube connecting two different red bubbles represents the advancement of new knowledge connecting two previously separate research areas.
  • A small blue bump connected to a large red bubble. This represents the addition of new knowledge to an existing, extensive research area.
  • A small blue bubble floating by itself. This represents the advancement of new knowledge in a new area.
  • A blue tube connecting two different red bubbles. This represents the advancement of new knowledge connecting two previously separate research areas.

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Tadayoshi (Yoshi) Kohno is a professor in the UW Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering. His homepage: https://homes.cs.washington.edu/~yoshi/.

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Tadayoshi Kohno (Yoshi Kohno)

Tadayoshi Kohno (Yoshi Kohno)

Tadayoshi (Yoshi) Kohno is a professor in the UW Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering. His homepage: https://homes.cs.washington.edu/~yoshi/.

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