This course covers the following topics related to scientific production: research, writing of papers, oral presentation, communication, design of experiments, and ethical aspects of science. The course will be held from June 11 to 15, 2019, from 12 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., in the Coppe auditorium, in room G-122.
- Lecture 1: Presentation of the course. Scientific literature: definition, characteristics, hierarchy. Internet, research and scientific research. Uses and limitations of bibliometric indicators: number of citations, H Index, Impact Factor. The Web of Science and other sites of interest.
- Lectures 2,3: Importance of written communication in science. General characteristics of writing in science. Theses, dissertations, papers in congresses and magazines. Literature revision. How to write a scientific paper: the IMRAD method. Projects. Schedules and Budgets
- Lecture 4: Scientific method and general characteristics of the scientific enterprise. Introduction to oral presentation. Construction of tables and graphs. How to submit a paper to an Ethics Committee.
- Lecture 5: Integrity in Research. Ethics in scientific publications. Cancellation of publications. Academic Plagiarism. Redundant publications.