How to Publish a Technical Paper with IEEE: Part 3 - Ethics, Where to Publish, Open Access & Impact Factor

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Part 3 - Ethics, Where to Publish, Open Access & Impact Factor

This is a video of a live Authorship Workshop titled "How to Publish a Technical Paper with IEEE." The IEEE hosted a series of these workshops across India, China, and Europe. This particular video was taped at the University College London session. The workshop offers advice on everything from how the IEEE publishing process works to basic writing tips and submitting a manuscript.

The goal of the workshop is to enable engineers, faculty, researchers, authors, and industry professionals to advance technology and their careers by enhancing their ability to get published and share their research with the scholarly community. The recording should be viewed by technology professionals with an interest in learning how to publish with IEEE.

Topics covered include:

Benefits of getting published
How to choose where to publish a paper
What editors look for in a submission
Why editors and reviewers reject papers
Aiding discovery with the right title, abstracts, and keywords
Paper structure and organization
Ethics and avoiding misconduct pitfalls
Authorship tools available from IEEE

These topics were presented by keynote speaker, Prof. Saifur Rahman, a Fellow of the IEEE, the founding Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy, and former chair of the IEEE Publications Board. In his presentation he shared valuable experience as an author in getting published as well as provided insight into the editorial and peer review process at the IEEE.

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