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Writing the compiling part of an article thesis - lecture for doctoral candidates

The lecture provides practical advice for doctoral candidates on how to write the compiling part of an article thesis effectively. It will help doctoral candidates in understanding the role of separate articles and the thesis as a whole. The lecture will be organised in two online sessions (see details below).
	Aalto University Harald Herlin Learning Centre library by Esa Kapila

The lecture provides practical advice for doctoral candidates on how to write the compiling part of an article thesis effectively, in particular in the field of industrial engineering and management. The main focus is on the writing process after the related articles have been completed. The lecture will help doctoral candidates in understanding the role of the separate articles and the thesis as a whole. It covers the general requirements for an article thesis and provides useful resources doctoral students can draw on during the writing of the compiling part. Doctoral candidates will obtain a good perception of thesis requirements and structure.

Please note that no ECTS are given from this lecture.

Contents:

  1. Structure of an article thesis
  2. Perceiving the whole created by the articles
  3. General quality requirements and forms of theses
  4. Publication process
  5. Optimal order of writing
  6. Schedule for writing the compilation

Timetable:
Tuesday 10 November 2020 at 13.15-15.45
Tuesday 17 November 2020 at 13.15-15.45

Both sessions will be organised as a webinar - the link will be added here closer to the date.

Lecturer: Dr Pekka Belt obtained his PhD in industrial engineering and management from the University of Oulu, Finland. He has extensive industrial experience from several electronics enterprises, covering company functions from technology development to international marketing. He has also given lectures and courses in many Finnish universities for doctoral candidates on writing doctoral theses and scientific articles.

For any questions or enquiries, please contact:
Dr Katri Eeva, katri.eeva[at]aalto.fi

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