Panel Discussion

The Panel discussion is scheduled on Monday, October 7th, 13:00, Cassiopea Room

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Below the Speaker's Bio and the title of the presentation.

With the recent explosion in the volume of technical literature, the realm of publishing has become increasingly competitive. This panel will discuss how to write good technical papers, so that not only do they get through the tougher review processes but also have the potential of getting cited. The main message will be that a technical paper should be a joy to read, rather than a burden. In addition to presenting their views on what “to do” and what “not to do”, the panelists will also discuss the characteristics of the publications they lead or have led.

Okyay Kaynak

Bogazici University, Turkey

Jun Wang

City University of Hong Kong

Fei-Yue Wang

Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences

David B. Kaber

University of Florida

C. L. Philip Chen

South China University of Technology and University of Macau, China