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I think I can say that for all of my papers, I have contributed equally with all of my co-authors, and so the order of authors on my papers is not determined by how much work I have put in. Rather, I …
answered Mar 1 '18 by Wolfgang Bangerth
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Your question has many different layers, some of which we can't answer as they are specific to individuals. But this we can: Legally, your discoveries belong to the university. If they lead to any …
answered Jul 5 by Wolfgang Bangerth
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You can do that, though a better approach may be to title them something like Hypersingular monoids in graph theory. Part I: Definitions and basic properties and then Hypersingular monoids i …
answered Feb 21 '18 by Wolfgang Bangerth
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We don't know the specific situation of the paper or your thesis, but as a general rule, you should be an author if (i) you participated in the intellectual development of the research in question, an …
answered Oct 1 '18 by Wolfgang Bangerth
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There is nothing you can typically do during review -- the reviewers have received their copy of the manuscript that they were asked to review, and as an editor I would leave it at that even if I got …
answered Apr 8 '17 by Wolfgang Bangerth
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This will depend on what system the journal is using, what processes the editors are following, what that editor in question was thinking that day, and maybe other factors. Point being that there is …
answered Mar 12 '18 by Wolfgang Bangerth
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Not doing research and not having first-author papers are two very different things. In my lab, my students and postdocs always get first authorship. But that has nothing to do with who does the work …
answered Oct 3 '16 by Wolfgang Bangerth
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I think you have to accept the reality that this is not practically possible. Your name will appear on dozens of websites in various ways -- your own website, your department's website, the university …
answered May 5 '15 by Wolfgang Bangerth
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Ignore it. There are lots of bad papers out there that will never be noticed and/or cited -- and given the title, everyone who happens to come across it will realize that the original source is your p …
answered Dec 7 '16 by Wolfgang Bangerth
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I've just taken to returning two documents when reviewing papers: One is my annotated PDF (created on a tablet) where I can use both margin notes if I want to comment on things, and handwritten note …
answered Mar 18 '18 by Wolfgang Bangerth
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The former adviser's position is unreasonable. It is unreasonable because he's holding his former student's career hostage. But that is not a pragmatic position because insisting on it being unreason …
answered Dec 17 '16 by Wolfgang Bangerth
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Some disciplines usually use alphabetical order, but this is by no means mandatory. In fact, I would say that one of the rules of writing papers with others is that you should have a conversation betw …
answered Jun 7 '15 by Wolfgang Bangerth
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I know a number of people who, although they legally changed their name upon marriage, continue to publish under their maiden name. I consider that a valid choice.
answered Oct 19 '16 by Wolfgang Bangerth
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This stuff happens, and everyone knows it. If this is on a single page, then it looks unprofessional. If it's 5 or 6 throughout the entire manuscript, then this is reasonable and to be expected. Keep …
answered Feb 26 by Wolfgang Bangerth
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Once accepted, you will get proofs (and later the final version) of the paper that contain these copyright notices etc. This is what you will need to upload. Just wait, and you will see :-)
answered Jun 25 '15 by Wolfgang Bangerth

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