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Wednesday, 9 April 2008 at 10:14am
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Thread: Turning papers into thesis chapters?

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23-May-08, 07:38
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posted about 11 years ago
Damn word limit.

Thread: Turning papers into thesis chapters?

posted
23-May-08, 07:38
by Danzig
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posted about 11 years ago
Damn word limit.

Thread: Turning papers into thesis chapters?

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23-May-08, 07:37
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posted about 11 years ago
Most journals have a special paragraph regarding theses/dissertations etc. Here is one I found in a copyright statement and similar wordings can be seen in other journals' copyright statements:
"Retained Rights
As an author, you have the right to use your articles in a variety of ways. This includes the use of the article by your employing institute or company. These rights are retained and permitted without the need to obtain specific permission from ....:
- Inclusion in thesis or dissertation: The right to include the article in a thesis or dissertation provided that this is not to be published commercially.
- Use at conferences: the right to present the paper at a meeting or conference and to hand out copies of the paper to the delegates attending the meeting."
This is quoted from http://www.springer.com/authors?SGWID=0-111-6-124756-0

Thread: The art of being a postgraduate

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22-Apr-08, 16:43
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posted about 11 years ago
"4) I found the idea of a blonde haired woman with a large chest holding a PhD most amusing as it challenges a number of stereotypes."

Well, hello there ... *wink*

Thread: some good news

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21-Apr-08, 18:12
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posted about 11 years ago
Congrats and well done!



I am also waiting for the outcome of my first submission. I have two peer-reviewed conference proceeding articles but that is still different to a complete paper in a peer-reviewed journal. Fingers crossed.

Thread: Problems, questions - need some advice

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16-Apr-08, 19:35
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posted about 11 years ago
Hi there,

well, as I have seen people in their 40's and above starting a PhD I don't think that 30 is too old at all. It all depends on how you feel and how much energy you have.

Thread: Periods out of PhD due to no motivation?

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09-Apr-08, 19:13
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posted about 11 years ago
Hello,

I am new to this forum, 31 years old doing a part-time PhD in the same department I work in as a technician. I'm in my 6th (and hopefully final) year now.

I stopped for about 1 year in year 3-4 due to lack of motivation and stress. Back on now, one paper submitted (fingers crossed) next paper in draft stage and third paper skeleton and results ready and another idea for 4th paper. Hope that will give me enough ammo to finally convince my supervisor (I am his first PhD student) that I am ready to submit.

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