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Training Programs

The Eco-vector Academy assists in the development of professional skills and arranges training courses and seminars in the following areas:

  • scientometrics and publication in international journals;
  • statistics in scientific issues;
  • academic English.

 

Publication in international scientific journals: theory and practice

Intensive training will help you to understand the following:

  • Functioning of contemporary international academic issues;
  • The purpose of the international databases (Scopus, Web of Science etc.) and the best way to handle them;
  • The way to select a journal for publication … and how not to make errors;
  • The best way to prepare work in compliance with journal requirements;
  • The best way to make sure your manuscript is accepted with minimum effort from your side;
  • The best way to promote results of your research on-line and off-line and give them maximum visibility through uniqueness;

… and much more.
 

Please click the link below for a detailed description of this training module offered by Sergey Adonin and Maxim Yurkin:

Publication in international scientific journals: theory and practice

Every attendee is awarded a certificate upon the completion of the training course.

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Meet our lecturers:

Sergey Adonin is a senior research officer at the institute of inorganic chemistry at the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (SB RAS), and a lecturer at the Novosibirsk State University (NSU). He is an award winner of the European Academy (2013), a finalist for the Reaxys Ph. D. Prize (Reaxys/Elsevier), and a holder of the Russian Federation President’s scholarship (2012—2014, 2016 to present). He has accrued almost 10 years of experience in research. His overseas training includes work accomplished at the research and development center of Haldor Topsoe (Denmark), at the Technical University of Dresden (Germany), and at the University of Newcastle (Great Britain). He has co-authored 72 publications in journals indexed in the databases of the Web of Science and Scopus; His current Hirsch index is 15 (Scopus).

Maxim Yurkin, PhD in Physical and Mathematical Sciences (University of Amsterdam); worked as a scientist for more than 10 years. International internships: University of Rostock (Germany), National Nanotechnological Laboratory (Italy) & University of Amsterdam (the Netherlands). Twice winner of the European Academy Award (2010—2016), and holder of the Young Scientist Award in the field of light scattering and electromagnetic waves (Elsevier, 2007). He is recognized as being part of the top 1% of reviewers in the world (Publons, 2017). A member of the editorial board of the Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer (Elsevier). He is the co-author of 76 publications in journals indexed in the Web of Science and Scopus databases, and his Hirsch index = 18 (WoS).

 

Statistics in Scientific Issues

The section “statistics” is included in the documents developed (and regularly updated) by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors. Unfortunately, not all authors read this section. The errors that are often made by the authors include the below:

  • insufficient description of the methods used or a complete absence of description thereof;
  • absence of assessment accuracy indicators;
  • conclusions are based exclusively on the obtained p-value.

Currently, other approaches are available. Their joint use allows for a clear distinguishing between results and conclusions, which makes the latter ones much more reliable and assertive. He is the author of 41 publications in Scopus. Hirsch index—6 (Scopus). Academic secretary of the editorial board of “Eco-Vector.” Executive secretary of the journal “Ecological genetics,” indexable by Scopus and Russian Science Citation Index—external module of Web of Science.

Meet our lecturers:

Sergey Mylnikov, PhD in biological sciences, Associate Professor, geneticist and gerontologist. He is the author of 41 publications in Scopus. Hirsch index—6 (Scopus). Academic secretary of the editorial board of “Eco-Vector.” Executive secretary of the journal “Ecological genetics,” indexable by Scopus and Russian Science Citation Index—external module of Web of Science. On his training, Sergey states: “I’ll do my best to shatter the most common misconceptions: Statistics is difficult. Statistics is boring. Statistics makes it possible to justify everything.”. The main slogan of my training is: “Figures won’t lie, but liars will figure!” Welcome and enjoy yourself!”

 

Courses delivered by Evgeny Bakin

Academic English

The intensive course in academic English is useful for scholars planning to write an original academic work in the English language (article, essay, course paper), as well as for those planning to study abroad. Our main objective is to provide attendees with the tools for the successful accomplishment of independent work.

Public Speaking

The training module in public speaking helps to enhance English language proficiency and to improve the public speaking skills of participants. This program aims to ameliorate oral speech skills and assists attendees in mastering and practicing new lexical units. It also helps participants develop personal strategies in the delivery of presentations.

Please click the links below for a detailed description of the training courses offered by Evgeny Bakin:

Every attendee is awarded a certificate upon the completion of the training course.

Click here to read what our participants say about us.

Meet our lecturers:

Evgeny Bakin has a Diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages from Cambridge University. Besides Russia, he has lived, studied, and worked in the USA and in Norway. Evgeny manages the center of academic writing, offers classes in the advanced training of teachers, and works as an examiner in International Legal English Certificate and International Certificate in Financial English (ILEC/ICFE) and an expert in Uniform State Exam (USE).

Evgeny says about himself: “It is important that my students are developed as this also contributes to my development. I use the following rule in my work: skills are more important than the knowledge. That is why I pay so much time to practical work during my classes.”

 

 

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