Advice to Young Researchers

By Joseph H.H. Weiler

Young researchers at the beginning of their academic career have to overcome some challenges. They have to devote themselves to study without ignoring teaching as part of their academic duties. They should pay attention to the quality of their research, selecting carefully the subjects to study. They have to be effective and brilliant to the conferences and workshops where they can discuss publicly their ideas. They should create a strong relationship with their students. There are common mistakes that young researchers make at the beginning of their career. Both are due to lack of experience and care or to burdens and obligations fixed by the academia. In those cases, it is possible to take some measures and adopt some strategies in order to avoid them.