Host and moderator: Christian González
Trainer: Maria Polychronidou
Date open session: 8 July at 9:00 am.
Date closed session for predocs and postdocs: 15 July at 09:00 am.
This webinar series is designed to help predocs and postdocs improve their writing skills to allow others understand the value and interest of their work.
This training will consist of two webinars: an open session (registration required) and a close sessión (application required)
Training in Scientific Writing (Papers)
This webinar series is aimed at late undergraduate students, graduate students and postdocs and designed to help them improve their writing skills to allow others understand the value and interest of their work.
This training will consist of two webinars: an open session (registration required) and a closed session (application required).
Open session: Fundamentals of Writing a Scientific Paper (July 8, 2021, 9.00-11.00 am)
The open session provides a theoretical introduction on writing papers. The duration of this session is 2 hours including Q&A sessions and there is no limit of participants. During this webinar, the trainer will cover the following topics:
- Introduction to scientific publishing and writing scientific papers
- Strategic planning before writing the paper: planning your project, organizing data, authorship, choosing a journal etc.
- How do I start writing?
- The paper “section by section”
- Assembling figures
- Writing the title and abstract
- Overview of the editorial and peer review process at journals
Please note that the training does not cover grammar and writing style.
Closed session: Advanced Topics in Scientific Writing (July 15, 2021, 9:00-10.30 am)
Up to 20 PhD students and postdocs will be selected to attend a 90-min closed session, in which it will be discussed in further detail how to prepare good abstracts for a scientific paper. Participants must submit an abstract on their own work prior to the session and will receive comprehensive feedback from the trainer and their peers.
You can apply here