Can you share dissertation?

The only time you should not share your work with all and sundry is if you are bound under a publishing agreement. You should share your thesis. It is hard to get results noticed, and sharing your thesis will increase the exposure of your results and future work.

What makes a Nature paper?

The criteria for publication of scientific papers (Articles) in Nature are that they:

  1. report original scientific research (the main results and conclusions must not have been published or submitted elsewhere)
  2. are of outstanding scientific importance.
  3. reach a conclusion of interest to an interdisciplinary readership.

How do you write a highly cited paper?

5 features of a highly cited article

  1. A title of 7-13 words. Titles play an essential role in capturing the overall meaning of a paper.
  2. Common words in the titles of highly cited papers.
  3. Six authors or more.
  4. 35,000 characters (no spaces) at a minimum.
  5. Six figures and two tables at a minimum.

How do you become a highly cited researcher?

If the sum of the publication counts and the sum of the citation counts for a researcher equals 1.0 or more, the individual exhibits influence equivalent to a researcher selected in one or more ESI defined fields and is therefore selected as a Highly Cited Researcher for exceptional cross-field performance.

Is H-index of 15 good?

H-index scores between 3 and 5 seem common for new assistant professors, scores between 8 and 12 fairly standard for promotion to the position of tenured associate professor, and scores between 15 and 20 about right for becoming a full professor.

What is the most recognized publication index?

So, the H-index and number of citations obtained from the most reputable database/indexing service is the most reliable:

  • Publon (since it is a property of Clarivate and uses SCIE data)
  • Scopus (more and more popular but still somewhat less established one)