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We (myself and my thesis partner) worked on a research work in 2017research work in 2017 as part of our undergrad thesis courseundergrad thesis course in our university under a supervisor. We successfully defended our thesis in our thesis defence in our university and prepared a IEEE formated paperIEEE formated paper as per request of our supervisor as he told us that we would be publishing it in a flagship conference (IECON 2018) in the following year. I personally mailedpersonally mailed the final version of the paper to our supervisor.

We followed up with him till July 2018July 2018 as the proposal had to be sent to that conference by the 1st of July, 2018July, 2018. But our supervisor told us that he didn't want to publish it in that conference. He rather told us that we would publish it in a good journal in the immediate future. We tried to follow up with him on several occasions about that but he somehow skipped through the conversations.

At the start of this monththis month, my partner was searching through some research work in IEEE where he saw a paper titled exactlyexactly to that of our thesis work. When he dug in, he found out that our supervisor published the paper in that same conference (IECON-2018) without our names. The conference was in October 2018October 2018 and the paper was published in IEEE exploreIEEE explore in December 2018December 2018. We collected the paper and saw that it was the same paper with the same title that I emailed my supervisor (only few words here and there have been changed, about 90-95%90-95% is the same).

He along with his namehis name added his PHD supervisorPHD supervisor (who is a dean of a renowned university in our country) and a Korean professorKorean professor in that paper as authors. One similar case is here in which the victim was yet to confront his supervisor directly and also told later he was acknowledged at the end of the journal. But in our case we didn't get any acknowledgement. Also when we confrontedconfronted our supervisor with the matter, he told us that he forgotforgot to include our names which sounded more like preplannedpreplanned. He also told us to not raise the issue further and offered us to help to publish the paper by extending it in a journal in the future.

We have talked to the department headdepartment head about this. Although he was hurt by it, he hinted that department won't be able to help much as there were two renowned and influential professorsinfluential professors involved. Because our department gets benefited by them in several ways.

We have worked so hard for this work for nearly one and a half year as well as spent some huge money to buy some equipment for collecting dataset. We're totally distraught and shocked by this incident. We would like to remove that paper from that conference somehow as we've worked so hard for this. 

Is it possible though? If it is then what is the procedures of retractingprocedures of retracting the paper from that IEEE conference? Or should we just acceptaccept our supervisor's offeroffer and move onmove on from it?

For your kind information, I have the email proofemail proof of sending the paper to my supervisor as well as our thesis book with our name in it as acknowledgement that it is our work which was signedsigned by our supervisor, department head and an external professor during our undergrad defence.

We (myself and my thesis partner) worked on a research work in 2017 as part of our undergrad thesis course in our university under a supervisor. We successfully defended our thesis in our thesis defence in our university and prepared a IEEE formated paper as per request of our supervisor as he told us that we would be publishing it in a flagship conference (IECON 2018) in the following year. I personally mailed the final version of the paper to our supervisor.

We followed up with him till July 2018 as the proposal had to be sent to that conference by the 1st of July, 2018. But our supervisor told us that he didn't want to publish it in that conference. He rather told us that we would publish it in a good journal in the immediate future. We tried to follow up with him on several occasions about that but he somehow skipped through the conversations.

At the start of this month, my partner was searching through some research work in IEEE where he saw a paper titled exactly to that of our thesis work. When he dug in, he found out that our supervisor published the paper in that same conference (IECON-2018) without our names. The conference was in October 2018 and the paper was published in IEEE explore in December 2018. We collected the paper and saw that it was the same paper with the same title that I emailed my supervisor (only few words here and there have been changed, about 90-95% is the same).

He along with his name added his PHD supervisor (who is a dean of a renowned university in our country) and a Korean professor in that paper as authors. One similar case is here in which the victim was yet to confront his supervisor directly and also told later he was acknowledged at the end of the journal. But in our case we didn't get any acknowledgement. Also when we confronted our supervisor with the matter, he told us that he forgot to include our names which sounded more like preplanned. He also told us to not raise the issue further and offered us to help to publish the paper by extending it in a journal in the future.

We have talked to the department head about this. Although he was hurt by it, he hinted that department won't be able to help much as there were two renowned and influential professors involved. Because our department gets benefited by them in several ways.

We have worked so hard for this work for nearly one and a half year as well as spent some huge money to buy some equipment for collecting dataset. We're totally distraught and shocked by this incident. We would like to remove that paper from that conference somehow as we've worked so hard for this. Is it possible though? If it is then what is the procedures of retracting the paper from that IEEE conference? Or should we just accept our supervisor's offer and move on from it?

For your kind information, I have the email proof of sending the paper to my supervisor as well as our thesis book with our name in it as acknowledgement that it is our work which was signed by our supervisor, department head and an external professor during our undergrad defence.

We (myself and my thesis partner) worked on a research work in 2017 as part of our undergrad thesis course in our university under a supervisor. We successfully defended our thesis in our thesis defence in our university and prepared a IEEE formated paper as per request of our supervisor as he told us that we would be publishing it in a flagship conference in the following year. I personally mailed the final version of the paper to our supervisor.

We followed up with him till July 2018 as the proposal had to be sent to that conference by the July, 2018. But our supervisor told us that he didn't want to publish it in that conference. He rather told us that we would publish it in a good journal in the immediate future. We tried to follow up with him on several occasions about that but he somehow skipped through the conversations.

At the start of this month, my partner was searching through some research work in IEEE where he saw a paper titled exactly to that of our thesis work. When he dug in, he found out that our supervisor published the paper in that same conference without our names. The conference was in October 2018 and the paper was published in IEEE explore in December 2018. We collected the paper and saw that it was the same paper with the same title that I emailed my supervisor (only few words here and there have been changed, about 90-95% is the same).

He along with his name added his PHD supervisor (who is a dean of a renowned university in our country) and a Korean professor in that paper as authors. One similar case is here in which the victim was yet to confront his supervisor directly and also told later he was acknowledged at the end of the journal. But in our case we didn't get any acknowledgement. Also when we confronted our supervisor with the matter, he told us that he forgot to include our names which sounded more like preplanned. He also told us to not raise the issue further and offered us to help to publish the paper by extending it in a journal in the future.

We have talked to the department head about this. Although he was hurt by it, he hinted that department won't be able to help much as there were two renowned and influential professors involved. Because our department gets benefited by them in several ways.

We have worked so hard for this work for nearly one and a half year as well as spent some huge money to buy some equipment for collecting dataset. We're totally distraught and shocked by this incident. We would like to remove that paper from that conference somehow as we've worked so hard for this. 

Is it possible though? If it is then what is the procedures of retracting the paper from that IEEE conference? Or should we just accept our supervisor's offer and move on from it?

For your kind information, I have the email proof of sending the paper to my supervisor as well as our thesis book with our name in it as acknowledgement that it is our work which was signed by our supervisor, department head and an external professor during our undergrad defence.

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What to do when my My supervisor publishes mypublished our work without including me as an authorinforming us. Can we retract the paper from the conference in anyway?

We (myself and my thesis partner) worked on a research work in 2017 as part of our undergrad thesis course in our university under a supervisor. We successfully defended our thesis in our thesis defence in our university and prepared a IEEE formated paper as per request of our supervisor as he told us that we would be publishing it in a flagship conference (IECON 2018) in the following year. I personally mailed the final version of the paper to our supervisor.

We followed up with him till July 2018 as the proposal had to be sent to that conference by the 1st of July, 2018. But our supervisor told us that he didn't want to publish it in that conference. He rather told us that we would publish it in a good journal in the immediate future. We tried to follow up with him on several occasions about that but he somehow skipped through the conversations.

At the start of this month, my partner was searching through some research work in IEEE where he saw a paper titled exactly to that of our thesis work. When he dug in, he found out that our supervisor published the paper in that same conference (IECON-2018) without our names. The conference was in October 2018 and the paper was published in IEEE explore in December 2018. We collected the paper and saw that it was the same paper with the same title that I emailed my supervisor (only few words here and there have been changed, about 90-95% is the same).

He along with his name added his PHD supervisor (who is a dean of a renowned university in our country) and a Korean professor in that paper as authors. Upon confronting himOne similar case is here in which the victim was yet to confront his supervisor directly and also told later he was acknowledged at the end of the journal. But in our case we didn't get any acknowledgement. Also when we confronted our supervisor with the matter, he told us that he forgotforgot to include our names which sounded more like preplanned. He also told us to not raise the issue further and offered us to help to publish the paper by extending it in a journal in the future.

We have talked to the department headdepartment head about this. Although he was hurt by it, he hinted that department won't be able to help much as there were two renowned and influential professors involved. Because our department gets benefited by them in several ways.

We have worked so hard for this work for nearly one and a half year as well as spent some huge money to buy some equipment for collecting dataset. We're totally distraught and shocked by this incident. So my question is what can we do legally inWe would like to remove that paper from that conference somehow as we've worked so hard for this situation. Is it possible though? What areIf it is then what is the optionsprocedures of retracting that we can consider? What is the possibility of retracting the paper from that IEEE conference? Or should we just accept our supervisor's offer and move on from it?

For your kind information, I have the email proof of sending the paper to my supervisor as well as our thesis book with our name in it as acknowledgement that it is our work which was signed by our supervisor, department head and an external professor during our undergrad defence.

What to do when my supervisor publishes my work without including me as an author?

We (myself and my thesis partner) worked on a research work in 2017 as part of our undergrad thesis course in our university under a supervisor. We successfully defended our thesis in our thesis defence in our university and prepared a IEEE formated paper as per request of our supervisor as he told us that we would be publishing it in a flagship conference (IECON 2018) in the following year. I personally mailed the final version of the paper to our supervisor.

We followed up with him till July 2018 as the proposal had to be sent to that conference by the 1st of July, 2018. But our supervisor told us that he didn't want to publish it in that conference. He rather told us that we would publish it in a good journal in the immediate future. We tried to follow up with him on several occasions about that but he somehow skipped through the conversations.

At the start of this month, my partner was searching through some research work in IEEE where he saw a paper titled exactly to that of our thesis work. When he dug in, he found out that our supervisor published the paper in that same conference (IECON-2018) without our names. The conference was in October 2018 and the paper was published in IEEE explore in December 2018. We collected the paper and saw that it was the same paper with the same title that I emailed my supervisor (only few words here and there have been changed, about 90-95% is the same).

He along with his name added his PHD supervisor (who is a dean of a renowned university in our country) and a Korean professor in that paper as authors. Upon confronting him with the matter, he told us that he forgot to include our names which sounded more like preplanned. He also told us to not raise the issue further and offered us to help to publish the paper by extending it in a journal in the future.

We have talked to the department head about this. Although he was hurt by it, he hinted that department won't be able to help much as there were two renowned and influential professors involved. Because our department gets benefited by them in several ways.

We have worked so hard for this work for nearly one and a half year as well as spent some huge money to buy some equipment for collecting dataset. We're totally distraught and shocked by this incident. So my question is what can we do legally in this situation? What are the options that we can consider? What is the possibility of retracting the paper from IEEE? Or should we just accept our supervisor's offer and move on from it?

For your kind information, I have the email proof of sending the paper to my supervisor as well as our thesis book with our name in it as acknowledgement that it is our work which was signed by our supervisor, department head and an external professor during our undergrad defence.

My supervisor published our work without informing us. Can we retract the paper from the conference in anyway?

We (myself and my thesis partner) worked on a research work in 2017 as part of our undergrad thesis course in our university under a supervisor. We successfully defended our thesis in our thesis defence in our university and prepared a IEEE formated paper as per request of our supervisor as he told us that we would be publishing it in a flagship conference (IECON 2018) in the following year. I personally mailed the final version of the paper to our supervisor.

We followed up with him till July 2018 as the proposal had to be sent to that conference by the 1st of July, 2018. But our supervisor told us that he didn't want to publish it in that conference. He rather told us that we would publish it in a good journal in the immediate future. We tried to follow up with him on several occasions about that but he somehow skipped through the conversations.

At the start of this month, my partner was searching through some research work in IEEE where he saw a paper titled exactly to that of our thesis work. When he dug in, he found out that our supervisor published the paper in that same conference (IECON-2018) without our names. The conference was in October 2018 and the paper was published in IEEE explore in December 2018. We collected the paper and saw that it was the same paper with the same title that I emailed my supervisor (only few words here and there have been changed, about 90-95% is the same).

He along with his name added his PHD supervisor (who is a dean of a renowned university in our country) and a Korean professor in that paper as authors. One similar case is here in which the victim was yet to confront his supervisor directly and also told later he was acknowledged at the end of the journal. But in our case we didn't get any acknowledgement. Also when we confronted our supervisor with the matter, he told us that he forgot to include our names which sounded more like preplanned. He also told us to not raise the issue further and offered us to help to publish the paper by extending it in a journal in the future.

We have talked to the department head about this. Although he was hurt by it, he hinted that department won't be able to help much as there were two renowned and influential professors involved. Because our department gets benefited by them in several ways.

We have worked so hard for this work for nearly one and a half year as well as spent some huge money to buy some equipment for collecting dataset. We're totally distraught and shocked by this incident. We would like to remove that paper from that conference somehow as we've worked so hard for this. Is it possible though? If it is then what is the procedures of retracting the paper from that IEEE conference? Or should we just accept our supervisor's offer and move on from it?

For your kind information, I have the email proof of sending the paper to my supervisor as well as our thesis book with our name in it as acknowledgement that it is our work which was signed by our supervisor, department head and an external professor during our undergrad defence.

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What to do when my supervisor publishes my work without including me as an author?

We (myself and my thesis partner) worked on a research work in 2017 as part of our undergrad thesis course in our university under a supervisor. We successfully defended our thesis in our thesis defence in our university and prepared a IEEE formated paper as per request of our supervisor as he told us that we would be publishing it in a flagship conference (IECON 2018) in the following year. I personally mailed the final version of the paper to our supervisor.

We followed up with him till July 2018 as the proposal had to be sent to that conference by the 1st of July, 2018. But our supervisor told us that he didn't want to publish it in that conference. He rather told us that we would publish it in a good journal in the immediate future. We tried to follow up with him on several occasions about that but he somehow skipped through the conversations.

At the start of this month, my partner was searching through some research work in IEEE where he saw a paper titled exactly to that of our thesis work. When he dug in, he found out that our supervisor published the paper in that same conference (IECON-2018) without our names. The conference was in October 2018 and the paper was published in IEEE explore in December 2018. We collected the paper and saw that it was the same paper with the same title that I emailed my supervisor (only few words here and there have been changed, about 90-95% is the same).

He along with his name added his PHD supervisor (who is a dean of a renowned university in our country) and a Korean professor in that paper as authors. Upon confronting him with the matter, he told us that he forgot to include our names which sounded more like preplanned. He also told us to not raise the issue further and offered us to help to publish the paper by extending it in a journal in the future.

We have talked to the department head about this. Although he was hurt by it, he hinted that department won't be able to help much as there were two renowned and influential professors involved. Because our department gets benefited by them in several ways.

We have worked so hard for this work for nearly one and a half year as well as spent some huge money to buy some equipment for collecting dataset. We're totally distraught and shocked by this incident. So my question is what can we do legally in this situation? What are the options that we can consider? What is the possibility of retracting the paper from IEEE? Or should we just accept our supervisor's offer and move on from it?

For your kind information, I have the email proof of sending the paper to my supervisor as well as our thesis book with our name in it as acknowledgement that it is our work which was signed by our supervisor, department head and an external professor during our undergrad defence.