WorkshopSun-15 Dec 2019
13:30 – 15:30
"How to Publish Your Research - A Workshop for Early Career Researchers"
Michael Y. WANG
Editor-in-Chief, IEEE Transactions
on Automation Science and Engineering
Chair Professor, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace
Engineering & Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering
Director, HKUST Robotics Institute
Director, HKUST-BRIGHT DREAM ROBOTICS Joint Research Institute
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
How to Publish Your Research A Workshop for Early Career Researchers
Good research deserves to be published, to be widely read, and to be recognized by fellow researchers and the community. The current research (and funding) climate makes it necessary that you are successful in being published: “Publish or Perish”. This then raises the question, how can you achieve that goal? The aim of this workshop is to enable the early career researchers to impart the basic framework for the development of a good publication skill and technique.
About the Speaker
Michael Y. Wang is the Founding Director of the Robotics Institute and a Chair Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Electronic and Computer Engineering of HKUST. He has numerous professional honors–National Science Foundation Research Initiation Award; Ralph R. Teetor Educational Award from Society of Automotive Engineers; LaRoux K. Gillespie Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineer Award from Society of Manufacturing Engineers; Boeing–A.D. Welliver Faculty Summer Fellow, Boeing; Chang Jiang (Cheung Kong) Scholars Award from the Ministry of Education of China and Li Ka Shing Foundation (Hong Kong); Research Excellence Award of CUHK. He is Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Trans. on Automation Science and Engineering. His main research interests are in robotic manipulation, manufacturing automation, and topology optimization. Before joining HKUST in 2015, he served on the engineering faculty at University of Maryland, Chinese University of Hong Kong, and National University of Singapore. A recipient of ASME Design Automation Award, Professor Wang is a fellow of ASME, HKIE, and IEEE.