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Publishing Your Research: guidance for natural scientists

Veranstaltung 2019-21

Date: May 13 + 14, 2019 ; 9 am to 5 pm.

Venue: SFG 1060

Trainer: Dr. Andrew Davis

 

This course is about writing and publishing a good scientific paper, something that is essential for a scientific career but rarely taught in the ordinary science syllabus.

The course goes step by step through the entire process.  It covers the reasons for publishing, how to choose a journal, identifying the audience for your publication, the ethics of publication, and the kind of language required and how to avoid common problems. Then each section of a publication is discussed systematically including their purpose and content.  There’s a special section on presenting data in figures and tables.  Thereafter, the course deals with publication including the submission process, who editors are and what they want, and who referees are and how to respond to their comments. The course also includes a look at copyright and publicizing your publication.

Registration

To book your place in this workshop (course number 2019-21), please fill out this registration form.

Trainer: Dr. Andrew Davis

Dr. Andrew Davis is an active scientist who worked on insect ecology at the Max Planck Institute of Chemical Ecology in Jena and is now at the Institute of Zoology in Goettingen.  Furthermore, he’s been a professional science editor and translator for over 25 years, has worked in science publishing, and has run courses on science communication at universities and other organisations in England, Japan, and in Germany.

Aktualisiert von: M. Sander