Who is this for?
This workshop is free to attend for students, researchers, faculty staff and anyone else interested in publishing with IEEE. Please feel free to share this workshop and invite colleagues or anyone else you think may be interested in attending.
IEEE is the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. IEEE and its members inspire a global community through IEEE’s highly cited publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities.
Why should you attend?
Are you thinking of publishing your research? New/relatively new to publishing your work? Not sure where best to submit your manuscript? Then this workshop is for you!
Did you know a large proportion of submissions to IEEE are rejected? This workshop will provide practical insight from the publisher into the steps you need to take when preparing and submitting your manuscript.
Register now – seats are limited!
The workshop will cover:
- an overview of IEEE, technology areas and quality of content
- the University’s publishing activity on IEEE Xplore
- choosing the best fit periodical or conference for your paper
- what editors look for
- why papers may be rejected
- paper structure
- Open Access options
- impact factor
- the importance of through literature reviews and support available
- the submission and review process
- the tools available to support publishing
- search tips to help you find papers easily and quickly
- key contacts and support
About Paul Henriques from IEEE – the presenter
Paul works with IEEE customers located in USA, Europe and Africa, including Finland. Paul came to IEEE from the US Patent and Trademark Office, where he was a Patent Searcher in the Business Methods division. Previously, he was a Research Librarian at the United States Postal Service Headquarters. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications from George Mason University and a master’s degree in Library and Information Science from Simmons College.