Is this applicable for undergrad student(i.e who haven't joined MS/M.tech)?TakeruK wrote:Have the two of you published before? If not, it would help to get a professor, or someone experienced, on board to at least help you navigate/figure out how publishing articles work. They can also be a great resource to make sure your writing style/tone is right and that you aren't missing any obvious holes. Their experience and knowledge would also help make sure you cite all the relevant sources -- citing the right people makes a big difference and it's how to get yourself "introduced" to the community.
So, I think that if the quality of the paper is good enough, two grad students should be able to submit an independent paper. But, I think it would really help you to have a professor guide you along. If you find a professor at your school who is interested in your work, then they might be able to help you improve the science too. In my opinion, you have a lot to gain from including a professor and nothing to lose.
unfortunate I don't have any peer in my research interest(Quantum Computing and Quantum technology which together comes under quantum information)...hence I can publish only in small journal or sojeffreyweee wrote:I'd say more applicable to the less experienced, so yes.
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