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I graduated from PhD almost 2 years ago and I am a full time assistant professor in another country.
A paper of mine was accepted recently (main paper of the thesis).
1- Now my supervisor asks me to use my old affiliation (i.e. the university I studied) because she thinks I have completed the thesis while I was there. I received financial help for my PhD which I have acknowledged in the paper. I responded that I am legally bound to my new university and I could not do that. Am I supposed to do that?
Btw. both my supervisors are included as co-authors (with their affiliation which matches my old university).
2- Now again she asks me to at least put my old university's name first. I am the main author (and honestly have done all of the work. My two supervisors read my work, gave comments and possibly corrected English mistakes).
If I am the main author, the correct format requires me to mention my own university first. If I just change the order of affiliations list (a. old university, b. my university) and still keep my name as first author (my name *b), is that acceptable?
3- What is your suggestion for the remaining papers that come out of the thesis?