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Academic affiliation on papers written while between jobs [duplicate]

There have been many questions in the past about choosing an affiliation to write on your papers. This one has a nuance that is a bit different from having two jobs. I am currently between two jobs (...
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1answer
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Publishing while changing institutions [duplicate]

I'm submitting an mathematics article concerning research that was done entirely while I was an undergraduate at University A. This August I will be a graduate student at University B. The only ...
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1answer
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What is my institution when submitting to journal [duplicate]

In the time between submitting the first draft of a paper to a journal and submitting the third and final version (now), my institutional affiliation has changed. Should I indicate my original ...
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1answer
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Name of current institution in a paper [duplicate]

I'm about to publish a paper with my previous group. I'm not in a permanent position, and my boss doesn't care if I mention or if I don't mention my current institution in the paper. For me, a ...
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2answers
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Which affiliation should I use? [duplicate]

I am a postdoc working in one university till 1. July. I am leaving for another university after that. During my stay at my current work, I wrote a paper as a first author for a conference that will ...
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0answers
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I changed organizations, but want to publish old work — what should my affiliation be? [duplicate]

I used to do research (mostly computer science) at university X, including work on my master's thesis, parts of which I now want to publish. However, I recently started working at another academic ...
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Affiliation in papers after leaving the institute where the bulk of the work was done [duplicate]

I have been working on two projects for last one year or so and they are almost done. But this month my postdoc tenure ended. So I have just joined another institute as a postdoc. Should I put both ...
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0answers
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I am between academic institutions. If I submit a paper what do I say my affiliation is? [duplicate]

Basically, I was a student at University Y when I wrote a paper. I am no longer a student there, but work at Company Z. Do I still list University Y as my institutional affiliation? Their resources ...
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2answers
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Is it acceptable to publish a paper using an affiliation with a former employer?

Recently I've changed jobs, and consequently the field of research has also changed. But I'm still getting proposals for publications in the previous field, and it is interesting for me to accept some ...
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1answer
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Academic affiliation: which to choose?

I am actually working for two different universities in my country, and the problem is that they do not give too much support to academic research. I mean for paying the costs of tickets, travel ...
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2answers
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Affiliation on a paper written mostly in previous position

If research was done and paper was mostly written at institute A, but then it finally got accepted while the author moved to institute B, say, 3 years later. Should the affiliation of the author be ...
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4answers
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Affiliation and connected responsibilities

My question is about German academic system, but I would also like to know the situation world-wide. Any research/educational institution strives (at least in theory) to produce scientific output of ...
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3answers
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Affiliation when submitting a revised paper

I recently started (last week) a post-doc position and I have a submitted paper which got an R&R before finishing my Ph.D and having this post-doc position. I will resubmit the paper this week ...
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1answer
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What affiliation to put on paper? [duplicate]

I finished my Master one year ago and now I am writing a paper from my master thesis. But now i am a PhD student in another university (another country). Which affiliation i should write in the paper?....