You think writing a publication for a
scientific journal is only for the few and selected at DTU. Think again!
Are you interested, and know chemistry
or chemical engineering, then this may be a project for you. Please contact
Philip Fosbøl, PLF@kt.dtu.dk for further details.
think writing a publication for a scientific journal is only for the few and
selected at DTU. Think again. Get an existing dataset – I have plenty - you are
not supposed to measure data; search the literature for similar data. Write a
short description of what you found. List, plot, and discuss the data and
conclude briefly. Write what could be done in the future and what is the
benefit of the data. For the datasets we have, the topic will be issues on
crystallisation and solubility phenomena.
may need to recalculate or summarise bigger dataset in order to reach a
to know how to write for a scientific journal on format, references, syntax,
structure, approach, and red-threat. Get your name on the publication while we
submit and finalise the proof together.
course is for you, if you recently finalised a course containing a written
exam. It could also be that you recently finalised a bigger project where you
wrote a longer scientific text. It is time for you to harvest your experiences
are very welcome to bring your own data and we can discuss the content. You are
expected to focus on the writing and the results.
do not have to love writing, but you should be able to present at least two
reports to me which you wrote previously eg. in a course, which you believe
were well written. It may be a benefit to have experience in literature search
eg. through the short DTIC/DTV course on information searching.
You should be able to show me 2 well written reports which you have handed in from a course.