Linked Questions

11
votes
1answer
811 views

Under what circumstances is it beneficial for an advisor to seek sole authorship when their advisees deserve to be listed as co-authors?

I have seen several questions on this site which suggest that there are (presumably and hopefully rare) occasions where an advisor seeks to publish work as the sole author on a collaborative project ...
3
votes
1answer
321 views

Publish a paper without supervisor [duplicate]

I have done a research project for a vocational masters. During then, there was a major disruption in the teaching department which affected the supervision process. However, I was already having ...
3
votes
1answer
203 views

When to add a coauthor to a paper I am working on?

I am doing a phd in computer science. Months ago, I was having an informal discussion about my research topic with my advisor, and he came out with a very high level conjecture about my research ...
3
votes
1answer
233 views

How does supervisor contribute to students' papers [duplicate]

I know my question maybe too broad, but as someone who's planning to stay in academia, I want to ask anyone who is supervising PhD students about how you contribute to their papers in order to be ...
3
votes
1answer
370 views

Is it safe to show my old advisor my new paper?

I've already graduated. I wrote a paper related to my Master's thesis. I am planning on sending it to my adviser to ask if I should ethically include his name as an author. He seems to be ethical ...
3
votes
1answer
167 views

review paper and authorship of ex supervisor

I am now in another lab now, different from my PhD studies, as a post doc. We had a review paper in which we included a figure from my thesis, without analyzed or even concentrate the paper to this ...
2
votes
1answer
305 views

Is a post doc advisor who makes superficial contribution entitled to authorship? [duplicate]

I am a postdoc with two advisors (not something I would recommend for everyone). I would describe the involvement of my two advisors in the project I undertook as quite superficial. I met and ...
1
vote
1answer
234 views

At what point should I no longer include my former professor as a coauthor?

I graduated from university somewhat recently with a four year undergraduate degree and during my junior/senior year I worked on a research project with a professor. At the beginning of the project (...
0
votes
1answer
98 views

CS Conference paper reviews, decision and supervisor issue [closed]

I have submitted one research paper in a famous Top rank conference, my main supervisor was not happy to submit because he thought it will be rejected and still needs to be improved but my co-...
-2
votes
1answer
843 views

How to include advisor’s name onto research paper [duplicate]

My advisor helped me with my year-long research project. Should I list him as an author or under ”contributor” and do you have a link to a format for how I should do this?
3
votes
0answers
129 views

Should PhD student always co-author its advisor [duplicate]

Is it a must for a PhD student to co-author its advisor? What about if the student writes a paper by itself? What about collaborating with friends?
1
vote
0answers
45 views

Please I need a help about co-authors roles? [duplicate]

I am a PhD student. I thought about 4 main top interesting objectives in my area. I also have done 3 of them totally alone. I have two main supervisors. They only give me a very general comment and ...
1
vote
0answers
133 views

Should the Advisors and PIs always be a coauthor? [duplicate]

I am collaborating with another person on a paper and I was wondering if we are suppose to write our advisor's name in our papers merely because they funded us and looked over the paper?
1
vote
0answers
164 views

How to decide if an advisor should be considered as a co-author of a paper or not? [duplicate]

I’m a PhD student working in CS. My advisor does not understand the subject I’m working on as it’s a bit off-topic compared to the topics addressed in the lab. He does get the main idea, but does not ...
0
votes
0answers
251 views

Criteria to give coauthorship to advisor [duplicate]

I am doing my PhD in economics. Under what criteria shall I agree to give co-authorship to my advisor ? It will be great if somebody can list the conditions necessary for co-authorship.

15 30 50 per page