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Preparing good papers

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The Rainbow Group, collectively, has a great deal of experience in preparing and submitting papers. A lot of good practice is shared anecdotally between individuals. This is an opportunity to share those anecdotes more widely. This Rainbow seminar will be akin to a morning coffee discussion, but focussed on people’s experience of preparing papers for major conferences and journals. Come along prepared to talk about your experiences over the past year. Why do you think your paper won an award? What did you do that inspired the referees to recommend acceptance? What did you do that inspired the referees to write a bad review? What has surprised you about the process?

This talk is part of the Rainbow Group Seminars series.

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