How to add journals
By adding journal pages, the addition of publications is simplified: autocompletion to the exact journal name is enabled and the journal page will automatically list all our publications in it. To add a journal use the link below, which can also be found in the journals page.
- Add a journal page
How to add publications
Maybe you should start by reading about the publications list. If you want to add a few publications only, you can use the links below.
- Add a book
- Add a journal article
- Add a proceedings article
- Add a book chapter
- Add a PhD thesis
- Add a Masters thesis
How to add people
These pages are intended to be simple and must contain certain fields. After creating them and inserting the basic data, you are free to add anything else necessary. Despite this, these pages are not intended to replace your personal page. To add people you can use the links below.
- Add a new researcher with PhD member page
- Add a new external member page
- Add a new graduate student page
How to add a project
Projects have a PI, a set of participants, some funding and dates. To add a project use the link below, which can also be found in the projects page.
- Add a new project page
How to add a course
To add a an undergraduate or graduate course use the link below, which can also be found in the courses page.
- Add a new course page
How to add other data
The wiki can keep track of news (about awards, visits, etc.), tools (software packages, for example) and events events. To add them you can use the links below, which can also be found in the appropriate pages:
- Add news
- Add a deadline
- Add a faculty or group meeting
- Add a talk (this could be a talk given by you elsewhere, or a talk given at IEETA by a visitor)
- Add an entry for a conference in which you are interested
- Add a work proposal
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