62 How to Get Your Research Published: What Editors Are Looking for

Monday, October 29, 2012: 12:30 PM
335 (Convention Center )
Description:
Join a panel of distinguished journal editors for a discussion about what they look for when selecting material for publication, both in broad-based and in specialty titles. This session is brought to you by AIChE’s Career Services Department, the Publication Committee and the Career & Education Operating Council What You Will Learn: What is the best format for your results: research article or rapid communication? What about letters to the editor and book reviews? When are you ready to author a detailed review article or perspective-type overview? What are the elements of a good cover letter? What file formats are preferred for texts and tables? When should you use supplementary material? What is “accepted article” publication? How do you effectively work with co-authors? What are the ethical guidelines for authors? What are special tips is English is your second language? Who Should Attend: Young faculty, graduate students and post-docs

Sponsor:
Career Services

Chair:
Steve Smith
Email: steps@aiche.org

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