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Adding group pictures at the end of a Thesis

I'd say go for it, just check with your advisor and the other people who appear in the photos. It's a little informal, but unless your specific field or school is particularly full of themselves, I ...
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Adding group pictures at the end of a Thesis

Firstly, I am assuming that group pictures means pictures of your research group and not simply a picture of a group of notables of your profession at a conference/social event with you amongst them. ...
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Adding group pictures at the end of a Thesis

A doctoral thesis is a public-facing document. A copy of your thesis will likely be shelved on display (or cataloged and made available to anyone on request) at your university’s library. It will also ...
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Adding group pictures at the end of a Thesis

I see no reason why not. Although, rather than the end, why not add them to the acknowledgements section (which is often at the start).
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Adding group pictures at the end of a Thesis

In a thesis, you want to be clear that the work therein is unambiguously attributed to you, and adding a group picture does not help with this in any way. You can always acknowledge others in the ...
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Policies regarding to "extended preprint" versions of papers

I got the following advice from the IEEE copyright support center regarding to these questions (I'll paraphrase): "Use either of the two following approaches: a) post it as a regular preprint ...
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