You are invited to attend an IEEE Authorship Workshop being held at the UCLA Science and Engineering Library on Friday, September 30th at Noon. The 90 minute workshop will be held in SEL/Boelter (8270 Boelter). Refreshments will be served.
The goal of the workshop is to enable engineers, faculty, researchers, and authors to advance technology and their careers by enhancing their ability to get published and share their research with the scholarly community. The event will be useful for graduate students, but is open to all with an interest in learning how to publish with IEEE.
"How to Write a Quality Technical Paper and Where to Publish within IEEE"
Learn more about how to publish papers in IEEE periodicals and conferences, as well as timesaving search techniques for finding technology content. This overview of how to become an IEEE author and best practices for searching IEEE Xplore, will cover:
- Tips on how to select an appropriate IEEE periodical or conference, organize your manuscript, and work through peer review
- Learn how successful IEEE authors structure quality work to improve their chances of being accepted
- Understand how to avoid common mistakes and ethical lapses that will prevent your manuscript from being accepted
- Tips on how the IEEE Xplore Digital Library can help when writing technical papers, including how to stay up-to-date on the latest research using saved search alerts
Robert Candler - Associate Professor - UCLA Electrical Engineering.
Rob is an award winning contributor to the scholarly community and has published numerous papers in the academic literature, including more than 30 papers in IEEE publications.
George Plosker - Client Services Manager - IEEE
George is a recognized industry leader and expert in the areas of knowledge management and collaboration strategies in the use of peer-reviewed content to provide a positive impact on scholarly advance, innovation, technical development, and business results.
RSVP to email@example.com. RSVP’s are not required, but appreciated.