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U-M Industrial & Operations Engineering pres.

IOE Lunch & Learn Seminar Series: Mark Daskin and Jon Lee, U-M IOE

Publishing 101

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Mark Daskin and Jon Lee
This event is open to all IOE PhD students, faculty, and staff. Lunch will be provided. In order to get an accurate count for food, please RSVP by Thursday, January 30, 2020.

Publishing 101

Publishing is at the heart of the advancement of scientific and engineering knowledge. It also plays a critical role in the lives of academics – students and faculty alike. For example, it plays a pivotal role in promotion and tenure decisions and also impacts student completion times and, in some cases, admission decisions.

In this seminar we will focus on several topics, including:
How to pick a journal for your work
How the review process works
The responsibilities of different roles (e.g. EiC, Department Editor, Associate Editor, Reviewers)
Advice on responding to reviewers

Jon Lee is the G. Lawton and Louise G. Johnson Professor of Engineering and a Professor of Industrial and Operations Engineering at UM. He was the founding Managing Editor of the journal Discrete Optimization. Jon was Chair of the INFORMS Optimization Society for 2010-2012, he was awarded the ICS (INFORMS Computing Society) Prize in 2010, and he was elected as a Fellow of INFORMS in 2013. Jon is currently Editor-in-Chief of the journal Mathematical Programming (Series A), Editorial Board Member of the journal Optimization and Engineering, and Editorial Board Member of the journal Discrete Applied Mathematics.

Mark S. Daskin is the immediate past Department Chair of the Industrial and Operations Engineering Department at the University of Michigan. He holds the Clyde W. Johnson Collegiate Professorship. Prior to joining the faculty at Michigan in 2010, Daskin was on the faculty at Northwestern University (for 30 years) and the University of Texas (for a year and a half). He is the author of over 80 refereed papers and of two books: Network and Discrete Location: Models, Algorithms and Applications (John Wiley, 1995; second edition, 2013) and Service Science (John Wiley, 2010. He is a past editor-in-chief of both IIE Transaction and Transportation Science. He served as the chair of the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences at Northwestern University from 1995-2001.
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