Information on the Seminar “Writing Effective Academic Papers: Workshops for Researchers in Material Sciences ” to be held on September 11, 2015
These writing workshops are targeted to researchers in Material Sciences.
1. Seminar series goals
2. Professional writing skills
3. Effective writing
4. Choosing an appropriate journal
5. Methods, Results, and Figures
6. Discussions and Introductions
Andrew Jackson is an internationally trained chemist with academic and
industrial experience inmaterials science.
At Oxford University, he focused on the mechanisms of C-H bond activation and
organometallic catalysis,which allowed him to also do research at Kyoto University.
After working in industry developing novel methods for synthesizing reagents,
Andrew entered the doctoral program at the University of Queensland studying
at the Centre for Organic Photonics and Electronics (COPE).
Andrew joined Edanz in 2013 as a Senior Editor based in the Fukuoka office.
◆講師Dr Kate Harris：Edanz Senior Editor
Dr Harris has a PhD and postdoctoral research experience in supramolecular
and co-ordination chemistry. She has specific knowledge of NMR spectroscopy,
n particular of diffusion techniques and the measurement and analysis of NMR spectra
of paramagnetic compounds.
She has also worked as a freelance language editor for manuscripts written by non-native
English-speaking authors, including those accepted for publication by ChemPhysChem.
Dr Harris joined the Edanz Group as an in-house Senior Editor in December 2014 and
is based in the Fukuoka office.
◆ Registration deadline: September 4, 2015 Fri.), 17:00
◆ Registration method:Fill in the Seminar Application Form Please fill in the following information on the portal form, and submit it by September 4th (Friday).
1. Name, 2. Affiliation, 3. Qualifications, 4. E-mail address, 5. Number of English paper submissions with peer reviews attached, 6. Events you wish to attend
※Other: An overview of the seminar will be published later on the Course Navi site.