PhD students enrolled in the PhD study program "Neurosensory Science and Systems", Joint Research Academy of the Cluster of Excellence Hearing4all, SFB TRR31 "The active auditory system" and the PhD program "Signals and Cognition"
You must have enough data to be able to write your own paper.
Please sign in via StudIP, the first appointment will be arranged via doodle then.
For further information please kindly contact Prof. Thiel directly via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
After registration the first meeting will be arranged via doodle. Further dates will be arranged individually.
This course consists of two parts. The first part is a 4h introduction dealing with general facts how to write a scientific paper. Note that some of the suggestions are specific to the broader area of neuroscience.
The second and much longer part of the course focuses the actual job "writing a paper". For this purpose students will form teams of 2 persons preferably from a similar field/background). I will schedule 4-5 meetings with each of these teams on an individual basis. For these meetings your task will be to write (first meeting) the methods of YOUR paper and to read and comment the methods part of your team partner. The next meetings will then be on the results, introduction and discussion part and the last meeting on all the rest (abstract, figures etc.) In each meeting we will then work on both your and your partners parts and you will receive both feedback from me and your partner on how to improve your paper.
The enrolment is binding, participants cannot unsubscribe themselves.