Session Detail

Structuring your Scientific Paper
Sunday, Jan 08, 2012, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Room 18A
Papers are one of the few deliverables of the work of researchers. Well-designed, they efficiently allow each reader to learn only what he or she needs to. Poorly designed, by contrast, they confuse readers, fail to prompt decisions, or remain unread. This workshop shows how to structure scientific papers, theses, and technical reports effectively at all levels to get the readers' attention, facilitate navigation, and, in this way, get the message across optimally.
Kelle L. Cruz1
1Hunter College/CUNY & AMNH.

Jean-Luc Doumont1
1Principiae, Belgium.