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How to publish a world-class paper

13h00

Welcome with coffee and tea

13h30

Opening

13h40

How to publish a world-class paper

 

Tilo Hartmann

Assistant professor in Communication Science and member of the Network Institute.

 

By now, Tilo Hartmann has a long list of publications by his name, but that didn’t happen overnight. In his lecture, Tilo will speak about his personal experiences with publishing his work as an early-career researcher.

14h20

Publishing from a reviewer’s perspective

 

Danielle Posthuma

Professor Complex Trait Genetics at the Centre for Neurogenomics and Cognitive Research. Prof Posthuma recently received the NWO Gravitation Grant.

 

Editors and reviewers are the gatekeepers to academic journals. Danielle Posthuma has a lot of experience with that role. She will discuss how editors look at the papers they need to evaluate, and how to deal with reviewer’s critique as an author.

15h00

Coffee break

15h15

Academic assessment: indices, impact, and incentives

 

Peter van den Besselaar

Professor Organization Science and member of the Network Institute

 

Briljant research, fantastic publication, and then what? Researchers are assessed on indicators that might seem objective at first face, but can lead to perverse incentives. Peter van den Besselaar speaks about the current system of academic assessment, and possible alternatives.

15h55

Closing remarks

16h00

End

   
Date:
Thursday, November 7, 2019
Time:
13:00 - 16:00
Location:
Atrium
Audience:
  Library Staff     Master     PhD     Researchers     Staff  
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