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Richard de Grijs

Academic skills trainer (freelance) and Professor of (Astro)physics - Department of Physics and Astronomy at Macquarie University | Sydney , Australia

Education, History, Physics, Space Sciences
Spoken languages:
English, French, German, Spanish
Available for mentoring and open to collaboration.
Support Level:
Long-term mentoring and support, Short-term mentoring and support
Response Time:
Usually within 48 hours
Support Offered:
Writing, Article planning, Dealing with the publishing process, Language polishing/light editing, Presentation planning, Proposal development, Publication ethics, Responding to peer review, Table and figure design, Literature reviews, News articles, Career mentoring, Data analysis


Education, Space Sciences, Physics, History
Research Keywords:
Physics-related, particularly (but not exclusively) astronomy, astrophysics, optics, photovoltaics, science education, science outreach, history of science.
Collaboration interests:
I am happy to support junior scientists in the Global South, but I prefer to do this in a comprehensive manner. I don't offer just language editing as stand-alone service (don't ask). Interests: (astro)physics, optics, education, history of science.
PhD: Netherlands; Postdoctoral and fellowship positions: USA, UK; Faculty positions: UK, China, Australia. Other relevant appointments: scientific editor of The Astrophysical Journal; Deputy Editor of The Astrophysical Journal Letters; technical/language editor, SPIE Newsroom (http://www.spie.org/newsroom); international coordinator for China of the UK's Institute of Physics; academic skills consultant, Enago/Crimson Interactive
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