Luque Rafael (Director of scientific center, Research Institute of chemistry RUDN University, Russia): "How to craft a scientific paper that will be cited?"

Luque Rafael (Director of scientific center, Research Institute of chemistry RUDN University, Russia): "How to craft a scientific paper that will be cited?"

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5 - 6 Jun
Faculty of Sciences Building, Ordzhonikidze 3, Hall 2 (room 708)
Contact person
Elena Knyazeva
About the event
  • On June 5 at 12:00 – 13:30 p.m. (Moscow time);
  • On June 6 at 12:00 – 13:30 p.m. (Moscow time).

An essay, a feuilleton, a fairy tale, an interview, a scientific paper — all these are genres, each of which has its own style, rules and features. One can learn to master each of these genres. A scientific paper is fundamentally different from all existing genres. Besides, if we are talking about a paper to be published in high-ranking international publications, a high level of proficiency is required not only in general English but also in scientific English. And here, young scientists who have just started their publication activity face some difficulties and feel the urge to improve the quality of the text. These young scientists can overcome their difficulties with the help of artificial intelligence services. But it must be clearly understood that the content, thesis, the hypothesis, the validity of the conclusions of the paper are the intelligence of the scientist. Artificial intelligence can help in streamlining the entire process, particularly useful in revising and polishing language and wording of selected texts. From November 2022, multiple AI-based tools were launched in the market that have the potential to transform scientific writing that has been practiced for the past few decades. The exceptional mixture of AI interfaces with human brains directing them is a captivating yet extremely debated possibility that this brief course aims to clarify and describe, offering ethical context and guidelines to boost scientific productivity while maintaining ethical standards.

The short course will answer the following questions:

  • How to choose a topic and understand that it is indeed actual?
  • What is a composition and a structure of a paper?
  • What are rules for editing a scientific paper?
  • Criteria for the quality of the text of a scientific paper?
  • How to speed up writing a scientific paper?
  • How can artificial intelligence help?
  • Ethics and control of the use of artificial intelligence in writing papers.

Participants: students, postgraduates, and scientific-pedagogical workers of the faculty of Sciences of RUDN and other Universities.

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