Category: Reflection

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Journals I review for just reached 20

The list of journals I review for just became 20! (maybe I missed to track one or two) I love reviewing and I learn a lot in the process. Despite huge workload, I reviewed...

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My publication metrics of 2019

I have decided to make a post about my publication metrics on the first week of every year. As of January 2, 2020, I have published 11 journal articles and my google scholar citations...

Philosophy of science 0

Philosophy of science

As an academic, I find it important to have a good understanding of Philosophy of Science. In 2015, I took my first Philosophy of Science course in the first semester of my PhD training...

Study for learning, not for grades 0

Study for learning, not for grades

Focusing too much on grades makes education stressful and boring. But focusing on learning new things makes education fun and also leads to better grades. Also, learning things properly is more important than having...

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100+ citations on Google Scholar

On the last week of October 2019, my Google Scholar citations exceeded 100. It took me 13 months since I finished my PhD (Sep 2015-Aug 2018) and three years since my first publication. My...

What is the purpose of education? 0

What is the purpose of education?

To me, the purpose of education is to enable people to think critically and analytically about real-life problems and solve them. So, what do I mean by this? …

The point you are missing when criticizing public funded research 0

The point you are missing when criticizing public funded research

In my short academic career, five years if I count from the start of my PhD degree in 2015, I have met many practitioners and professors who criticize the contribution of academic research to...

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Does supervision mean co-authorship?

By now, I have came across this question many times. Just because your professor supervised you in the bachelor, master or PhD thesis, they can claim co-authorship when publishing the work in an academic...