Biography (for this seminar):Dr. Zhang is a full professor of the University of Saskatchewan (Canada). Dr. Zhang received his Ph.D. from Delft University of Technology in 1994. His main research area is on system science and engineering and their applications to manufacturing and service systems. Dr. Zhang has published over 272 technical papers in refereed journals or magazines with his h-index 48 (according to 谷歌 Scholar) and held over 10 patents. Dr. Zhang has been very active in editorial work for six SCI journals, which are: (1) IEEE Transaction on Mechatronics (Technical Editor during 2009 to 2015, Senior Editor from 2019 to present), (2) IEEE SMC – system (present), (3) IEEE System journal (present), (4) Enterprise Information Systems (present), (5) International Journal of System Science (present), and (6) Soft computing and intelligent automation (present). Dr. Zhang is a fellow of Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE) (加拿大工程院院士), a fellow of ASME, senior member of IEEE, and senior member of SME. Dr. Zhang was one of the most highly cited researchers by Elsevier China in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, respectively.
Abstract:Wring a journal paper is an important task for researchers. A journal paper differs from other sorts of technical documents in that it has a high archival value globally. This reflects the ideology that the science is without border. In this talk, I will use a design thinking to writing a journal paper, that is, wring a paper is like designing a product. Therefore, I will discuss the universal requirement for a journal paper, sought by editors of journals, and then discuss the general the architecture of a journal paper. Throughout I will use an example to this talk.