Writing good science
NetSci sponsored event
Of the many challenges for a young researcher, the understanding and the interaction with the process of scientific publishing is one the least discussed but with arguably the greatest importance for the career prospects of a young researcher.
Experienced editors in top journals across disciplines will tell us their perspective on the process of successful scientific writing, editorial assessment and peer review process, unraveling the aspects that are often left unspoken in the learning experience of a young scientist.
Free online event with limited availability
Mastering the Writing Process – Federico Levi (Nature)
Mastering the Review Process – Serena Bradde and Dario Corradini (APS)
Federico Levi is a senior editor of Nature, where he is responsible for handling fundamental physics submissions since December 2019. Prior to that, Federico worked also at Nature Communications and Nature Physics, where he started his editorial career in 2014. His research background is in quantum information theory, having first studied at the University of Milan, Italy, and then receiving his PhD in physics from the University of Freiburg, Germany.
Dr. Serena Bradde (Physical Review E) received her Ph.D. from SISSA in Trieste, Italy. She did postdoctoral research at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (NYC), the Institut Pasteur (France), and the CUNY (NYC). She joined Physical Review E in 2016. Her expertise is in theoretical statistical and biological physics and complex systems.
Dr. Dario Corradini (Physical Review X) received his Ph.D. in computational physics from University Roma Tre, Italy. He did his postdoctoral research at Boston University and as a CNRS research fellow at Pierre and Marie Curie University (Paris) and at École Normale Supérieure. He joined PRX in 2015. His expertise includes theoretical statistical physics of complex liquids and ionic materials, as well as biological and environmental physics.
Dr. Paolo Barucca (University College London, member of the NetSci Society)
Society of Young Network Scientists (SYNS)
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