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02 JUN 2023 Seminar

Submitting papers to International journals – An Editor’s Perspective

Professor Stephen Newman

Professor Stephen Newman

Abstract: This presentation provides an overview of how an Editor views a paper which is submitted to their journal. It will identify different paper types, identify the issues to consider when identifying a target journal and do’s and don’ts when submitting your paper. Examples of different papers will be provided, and different aspects author’s need to consider during the submission process. The final part focuses on what feedback to give when the paper needs possible minor or major revision or what to do when a paper is rejected.

Short bio: Stephen Newman is the Professor Emeritus of Innovative Manufacturing Technology in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Bath. He has 40 years of experience in European and National R & D programmes being involved in Eureka Factory, EU Framework V, VI and VII and Horizon 2020 programmes together with numerous National research programmes with a funding value of £15 million. His research over the years has been focussed on areas from production scheduling with simulation to manufacturing processes and more specifically CNC machining. His latest work is in the area of process control and machining of wire-arc based additive manufacturing, process planning of additive and subtractive processes and new cutting tool technologies using the application of cryogenic cooling for improving CNC machining performance. Professor Newman has been Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing for 20 years and has published over 100 refereed journal papers and 150 conference papers.



2 June 2023 (Friday)




Professor Stephen Newman


HW 8-28

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