磁学实验室学术报告(2016-8)

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报告题目:Elsevier Invites you to an Author Seminar at the Institute of Physics
                   The Chinese Academy of Sciences

报  告  人:Marc N. Chahin
报告时间:2016年8月30日(星期二) 上午10:00
报告地点:D楼210会议室

Abstract:
Good research deserves to be published, to be widely read, and to be recognized by fellow researchers and the community.The current research (and funding) climate makes it necessary that you are successful in being published: "Publish or Perish"is the motto. This raises the question, how can you achieve that goal?
"Success" essentially depends on three components:
1. The ability to determine the best possible publication strategy for your research findings.
2. The best possible way to write your article.
3. The most effective interaction with editors. Key to success in this context is your ability   to put yourself in the position of readers, reviewers and editors.
Important considerations in journal selection are a realistic assessment of the quality of the research and of the audience you intend to reach. The art of manuscript writing is not just applying one "golden tip". It is essentially telling your story to your readers in an engaging way, and avoiding common mistakes and deficiencies including poor language. Avoidable mistakes can lead to unnecessary rejection of your manuscript.
Finally, it is your open attitude towards the editors and the reviewer comments, that will not only increase the likelihood of getting your manuscript accepted for publication, it is also likely that your published paper has improved thanks to their comments.By consistently applying these principles, and by understanding the publishing process and the editors' and reviewers' expectations, you are likely to become a more successful author.Elsevier invites you to an the Institute of Physics at The Chinese Academy of Sciences. At the end of this Author Seminar you shouldmaster the essentials of good manuscript writing.

报告人简介:
Marc N. Chahin is Executive Publisher in the Physics department and responsible for the general Physics portfolio including titlessuch as Physics Reports, Physics Letters A, Annals of Physics, or the Journal of Computational Physics. Before that, Marc worked in the partnership publishing department, where he managed a portfolio of 80+ journals from universities and societies in the Middle East and Africa. Marc joined Elsevier as a Publisher in the Economics where he was in charge of more than 20 journals in the fields of Economics
and Marketing.Marc holds an Executive MBA from Rotterdam School of Management - Erasmus University and a Master’s Degree in Humanities from the University of Utrecht.

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