Writing Technical Papers

 

Activity: Writing Technical Papers Course

Number of Attendees: 30

Venue: IEEE office, on the 5th floor of IAUCTB Engineering Faculty

Date: Each Tuesday

Duration: 10 am to 12 pm / 4 pm to 6 pm

Organized by: IEEE IAUCTB-SB

IEEE IAUCTB-SB has conducted a course about Technical Papers. This course has been started from 9March 2015 with only 10 members by Morteza Firouzi’s leadership and as it was a successful course, it’s become a regular course in our schedule and we changed the name to WTP-Chapter as the members grew to 30. This time we’ve got 2 leaders for this “Chapter”, Mohadese Panahi Moghadam and Morteza Firouzi.

Now, do you know what technical paper is and why you have to know how to write it?

If you care about your education and want to have some researches in your field of study, it’s better for you to start reading technical papers in your major. But it’s so tiring to read a whole paper. So what should you do and how?

What does it mean to have a general review of the text? How will you get some interesting ideas to be able to write your own paper?

And at the end, what are the different parts of a technical paper and also what are the different formats to write a paper?

By taking this course, we’ll answer all your questions and you’ll be able to write a decent technical paper, if you are interested.

 


Created at: 2016-03-27 11:02:07

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