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I finished writing a paper on the subject I talked in Hawaii. The talk was successful then and there were many good questions. So, I revised the paper with the ideas given by the questioners. I passed paper to the coworkers. After their comments, the paper will be submitted.
After the PhD defenses and the following party last evening, I received an e-mail this morning. I had submitted a paper to a scientific journal, one of the coworkers of which is the PhD student. Two reviewers gave us comments in the e-mail. One of them favored our paper very much, who accepted to publish it with no change or modification. The other reviewer was interested in the results, but he proposed a completely difficult interpretation. We know that he is mistaken, so we will slightly modify the manuscript and send them a letter telling our points.
I woke up at 4 AM to work on the budgets and schedules. I worked at the office, and at 8 PM, I submitted the files on line. It was a relief. At 11 AM, I received a phone call from the funding office. A man on the phone told me that he had received the documents. Then he started talking about things very tedious: different fonts, centering of the words, positions of numbers, etc. He talked in such a typical bureaucratic way that I was a bit irritated. Anyway, I made notes on what he said, and right after the talk, I started revising the files. It took several … Continue reading