I am grateful to these young researchers whom I had the opportunity to work with.
My first ever advisorship experience (Thanks Scott!) was with:
I also took part in other PhD project, as co-advisor and senior collaborator (as is requested in French universities when a PhD student is working under the guidance of an associate professor), without acting as primary mentor:
I do not always submit project proposals for master's students. The reason is quite simple. Given the very short timeframe within which the master's degree research project must undergo, I feel the mentor needs to be fully available for the student during the whole duration of the project (extending from April till June/July) – which I cannot always guarantee. I nevertheless had a chance to work with brilliant candidates: