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Problems with institution in the submission process of a paper to "Annalen der Physik"

You can always approach Wiley directly to help with the submission process. However, it would seem to me that you might want to make sure that you are not wasting people's time. You say that you are a ...
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Problems with institution in the submission process of a paper to "Annalen der Physik"

It seems odd to me that a journal published by Wiley would restrict the authorship to any "approved" list. I suggest that you approach the editor of the journal through their system (or ...
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Problems with institution in the submission process of a paper to "Annalen der Physik"

However prestigious can be the journal, do you really want to submit a paper that has a close defined institutions' list? In their submission login windows they claim to be prestigious "Based on ...
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Title for a non-PhD researcher?

Further to @Allure's answer, I've seen "pre-doctoral research associate" and "research trainee".
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Title for a non-PhD researcher?

Research fellow Visiting scholar "Research fellow" would imply a more permanent position. If you will be under someone's supervision, you could also use: Research assistant
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Title for a non-PhD researcher?

Actually, "Researcher" or "Independent Researcher" should be fine. There is no official definition and the terms are merely descriptive. Another possibility is to use a title used ...
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Where should I host software for individual papers?

I'm not sure what you mean by GitHub's "fallibility." Due to its size, reputation and the funding behind it (Microsoft, now) it's likely one of the most reliable places to host a Git repo. ...
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Where should I host software for individual papers?

Using Github for this is fine and is generally not seen as unprofessional. There is a little bit more to proper sharing of code than just sticking it into a git repo. Github has a "releases" ...
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Where should I host software for individual papers?

Use GitHub (as mentioned in the comments), but with a twist. You can archive GitHub repos to Zenodo (they have a machinery for that) or really any other scientific research storages (as a tarball, for ...
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