PhD in Design - NC State College of Design.
Medicine by Design harnesses the extraordinary expertise at the University of Toronto and its affiliated hospitals to undertake transformative research in regenerative medicine and cell therapy, power Toronto’s bioscience sector and strengthen Canada as a global leader in the field.
PhD study in Canada has more in common with the UK than the neighbouring USA. Whereas the US PhD normally begins with one or two years of taught classes and examinations before a student defines their thesis topic, a Canadian PhD is often more research-focused from the outset.
PhD students are required to attempt the qualifying exam within the first year of entering the program. The examination, which is usually offered in the late summer, involves both theoretical and practical components, divided into three parts.
Birsen Donmez, PhD 2007, U. Iowa; human adaptation to technology, statistical modeling of vehicular crash data, distraction mitigation, feedback design, human-automation collaboration. Greg Jamieson, PhD 2002, U. Toronto; human-automation interaction, work analysis and interface design for complex systems, process control applications.
View 2016-2017 Course Outline. View 2015-2016 Course Outline. Course Scope and Mission. This course has two objectives: i) to introduce students to the game-theoretic models that are the foundation of the modern theory of firm behavior and ii) to take students to the frontier of Industrial Organization Theory by introducing them to the latest research in the Field.
The John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design is a Faculty within the University of Toronto located in Toronto, Ontario.It offers undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate programs in architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, visual studies, and forestry. The Faculty is considered to be one of the leading schools in architecture and urban design in Canada.
The College of Design at North Carolina State University initiated the PhD in Design Program in 1999.Today the program includes more than forty students from all over the world pursuing research focusing on the questions that transcend and unite the design disciplines.