Category: 1.1 Research (General)
Creating a ROS 2 distribution [Upcoming talk]
I’ll be giving a (somewhat unusual) talk about a new project I’m interested in. The talk will be held at UCSC (California Bay Area) second week of January and UQAM (Montreal) third week of January. HMU for details if you are are interested.
Inner-source software development [Upcoming talk]
I’ll be giving a talk on our inner source research at Concordia and McGill (both located in Montreal) third week of January. HMU for details if you are interested.
Fixing scientific language using chat AIs
I wanted to know whether a chat AI like ChatGPT would help my students and me improve scientific writing (not every Ph.D. student is born with superior language skills). So I asked.
Have you seen this review?
We recently submitted a structured literature review to a well-ranked journal, and got a review back complaining about how badly our controlled experiment had been carried out. We inquired with the editor about this, but got no answer back. The review (by reviewer 2, no less) is so generic, I suspect it has been used […]
Best Practices for Page Numbers in Article Submissions
Should you add page numbers to articles you submit for review? Absolutely. Why? Because it will make it easier for reviewers to comment. Should you have page numbers in an article you are preparing for submission? Absolutely. Why? Because your coauthors will find it easier to comment. (Not everyone will always be online; I still […]
Open Sourcing Research Software
In this 15min. video I’ll take you through the basic steps of open sourcing your research software. It covers purpose of open sourcing, the rights situation, license choice, and the actual step of open sourcing. The slides are also available. Please note that the slides and video contain some simplifications so make sure you resp. your lawyers […]