APECS Panel Discussion on Scientific Publishing

As a part of the program offered to early career scientists at the Arctic Frontiers conference, Association for polar early career scientist (APECS) organize a panel discussion on different aspects of career development. The topic of this year`s panel discussion is scientific publishing. Publishing the outcome of research work is among the most powerful tools to share what we have learned, and what publications emerge from. Navigating the publication jungle is an important, exciting and challenging task for early career scientists.

The one-hour panel discussion includes four panelists with diverse backgrounds, sharing their reflections on the topic in question, followed by a discussion and Q&A. The discussion will include reflections on how to choose a journal that fits the study, how to judge its quality, open access publications, and how scientific productivity and impact are measured through publications. The panel will be open to all interested early career scientists.

Panelists

  • Helle Valborg Goldman Since 1998, Helle has been Chief Editor of Polar Research, the Norwegian Polar Institute's international peer-reviewed journal. Before becoming a publication expert, she developed a background in social anthropology and conservation studies.
  • Kathrin Helen Hopmann Kathrin is Associate Professor in Computational Chemistry at UiT. She is investigating and developing organometallic catalysts for conversion of biomass and CO2 to products with higher value. Since 2014, Kathrin is leading her own research group at UiT, the CHOCO group. She is also leading the Nordic Consortium for CO2 Conversion and is Principal Investigator in the Hylleraas Centre of Excellence. Since 2018, she has been Associate Editor for the ACS Journal Organometallics.
  • Tom Arne Rydningen Tom Arne is Associate Professor at the Department of Geosciences at UiT. His research is focused on high-latitude continental margins, including onset and evaluation of ocean current, glacial history as well as quantification of erosion and sedimentation rates. He is also teaching Bachelor and Master level courses in Marine Geology.

The panel discussion is arranged by APECS and is part of the Arctic Frontiers Young pillar. The event is part of the year-round work to support early career scientists on different aspects of their work, such as science communication or new developments in the field, and to provide new insights and help on building an (Arctic) career.

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Tuesday 22nd January 2019

18:30 - 19:30

Fram Centre

Add to Calendar 2019-01-22 18:30 2019-01-22 19:30 Europe/Oslo APECS Panel Discussion on Scientific Publishing As a part of the program offered to early career scientists at the Arctic Frontiers conference, Association for polar early career scientist (APECS) organize a panel discussion on different aspects of career development. The topic of this year`s panel discussion is scientific publishing. Publishing the outcome of research work is among the most powerful tools to share what we have learned, and what publications emerge from. Navigating the publication jungle is an important, exciting and challenging task for early career scientists. The one-hour panel discussion includes four panelists with diverse backgrounds, sharing their reflections on the topic in question, followed by a discussion and Q&A. The discussion will include reflections on how to choose a journal that fits the study, how to judge its quality, open access publications, and how scientific productivity and impact are measured through publications. The panel will be open to all interested early career scientists. Panelists Helle Valborg Goldman Since 1998, Helle has been Chief Editor of Polar Research, the Norwegian Polar Institute's international peer-reviewed journal. Before becoming a publication expert, she developed a background in social anthropology and conservation studies. Kathrin Helen Hopmann Kathrin is Associate Professor in Computational Chemistry at UiT. She is investigating and developing organometallic catalysts for conversion of biomass and CO2 to products with higher value. Since 2014, Kathrin is leading her own research group at UiT, the CHOCO group. She is also leading the Nordic Consortium for CO2 Conversion and is Principal Investigator in the Hylleraas Centre of Excellence. Since 2018, she has been Associate Editor for the ACS Journal Organometallics. Tom Arne Rydningen Tom Arne is Associate Professor at the Department of Geosciences at UiT. His research is focused on high-latitude continental margins, including onset and evaluation of ocean current, glacial history as well as quantification of erosion and sedimentation rates. He is also teaching Bachelor and Master level courses in Marine Geology. The panel discussion is arranged by APECS and is part of the Arctic Frontiers Young pillar. The event is part of the year-round work to support early career scientists on different aspects of their work, such as science communication or new developments in the field, and to provide new insights and help on building an (Arctic) career. Fram Centre

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