Rights and Responsibilities in Research for EECS Graduate Students
Enrollment limited: advance sign up required (see contact below)
Signup by: 10-Jan-2005
Limited to 30 participants.
Participants welcome at individual sessions (series)
How does co-authorship work? Can your advisor submit a paper containing your work without telling you? How do you form a thesis committee and use it to help you graduate on time? Come to interactive discussions about the "Rights and Responsibilities in Research", hosted by Prof. Tayo Akinwande, studying some case examples and discussing other topics over dinner. Geared specifically to grad students (MEng. MS or Doctoral) in EECS; students may attend either or both sessions. RSVP to email@example.com by Monday, 1/10, 5 PM, to reserve your spot. See http://eecs-gsa.mit.edu/, http://hackman.mit.edu/RRR/.
Contact: Kwaku Abrokwah, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsor: Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
How to Assign Fair Credit for Scientific Work
What is first authorship? How do you determine who is an
author for a paper? What makes a paper journal-worthy? How
can I get help writing a paper?
Tue Jan 11, 06-07:30pm, 34-401A, Dinner Served
The Advisor/Advisee Relationship
How can students get quality time with the supervisor? What about sexual harassment? How do I switch research groups?
How much power does my supervisor have over my life and my
Thu Jan 13, 06-07:30pm, 34-401A, Dinner Served
Latest update: 07-Jan-2005