Why do scientists write papers?

Presenter: 
Dr. Darius Andriukaitis
Date: 
Thursday, October 31, 2019 - 12:00
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Abstract: 

Writing is a very important part of science; it is used to summarize, document and communicate ideas, activities and findings to others. As a scientist, we are expected to share your research work with others in various forms. Scientific writing can take many forms from a lab notebook to a project report, or from a paper in an academic journal to an article in a scientific magazine.

So, how to get published? There are so many points that any good scientific essay should follow, but which one is the best one?

Bio: 

Dr. Darius Andriukaitis (male) is a Full Professor at the Department of Electronics Engineering, a researcher of the Interactive Electronic Systems Research Group, and Vice Dean for Research at the Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (FEEE) of Kaunas University of Technology. He graduated MSc in 2005 and received PhD in Electronics Engineering in 2009. He participated in 10 projects, and supervised 3 projects. He is a Program Committee member of various conferences, gave lectures as Host Professor for 7 times. He is an Executive Editor of the research journal “Elektronika ir Elektrotechnika” (CA WoS), and Editorial Board member of several journals; a Co-Chair of international conference “Electronics”. He has been a guest editor of the Journal of Advanced Transportation (Hindawi). He is an expert at Lithuanian Business Support Agency. He is a co-author of 48 publications (CA WoS - 36), and 3 books. He is supervising 2 PhD students. His research focuses on research and development of sensors along with their application in systems, research and application of intelligent algorithms for smart metering systems.