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서울대학교 물리학과 세미나
Title How to get published
Date 2018-09-11
Speaker Tom Miller()
Sponsors 2018-09-11
Host SNU
Place Building 56, Room 521
Abstract Publication of research, including peer-review, is a vital and integral part of the scientific process. It remains the best method for disseminating and validating new knowledge in an open manner. However, for many researchers, the process can be unclear and somewhat daunting.Aimed at PhD students, post-docs and other early career researchers, Dr Thomas Miller will be describing the publication process and offering hints and tips on how to get your work published. He will also outline what IOP Publishing and JPhysD can do to promote your research and give your work the most visibility possible. This will be followed by a short session, where he will happy to answer any questions you might have about publishing your research.Dr Thomas Miller is Publisher for Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics. He has worked at IOP Publishing for more than 13 years and has been a publisher for more than 10. He has worked on many titles including Nanotechnology, Superconductor Science and Technology and most recently Publisher for Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics. Over 50 years old, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics is a major international journal reporting significant new results in all aspects of applied physics research. We welcome experimental, computational (including simulation and modelling) and theoretical studies of applied physics. It has an Impact Factor of 2.373 and average receipt to first decision time of 42 days.