Monthly Archives: July 2013

Weekly summary (July, 20th 2013)

This week I recommend the following posts and papers:

1. The value of academic writing is in its ability to channel further thought. This post exposes that the attempts to measure the value of academic writing in formal assessments have been profoundly damaging both to thought and academic literature. Link

2. The Open Journal Project. This […]

By |Saturday, July 20 2013|Research, Teaching|Comments Off on Weekly summary (July, 20th 2013)

JIEM: Released the Volume 6 Issue 3

We have just published the third issue of this year of the Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management. In this issue, we can find a selection of the best papers presented in the 6th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Industrial Management.

You can find the online version at the following link.
You can find the […]

By |Wednesday, July 17 2013|Research|Comments Off on JIEM: Released the Volume 6 Issue 3

Weekly summary (July, 13th 2013)

This week I recommend the following posts and papers:

1. What is the Best Way to Analyze Data? This post is recommended for all PhD candidates who are beginning to investigate. Roger Peng (author of the post) explains the steps to follow in the data analysis process. Link

2. The Limits of Psychophysics, and Physics. Interesting […]

By |Friday, July 12 2013|Research|Comments Off on Weekly summary (July, 13th 2013)