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Publishing scientific articles in journals and conferences is vital for academic career development; to obtain funding, to obtain academic qualifications, or for all of these reasons. Many young researchers find it challenging to write scientific articles, and often struggle with the writing process itself. Professor Jari Saramaki will describe the basic steps to follow in writing a scientific article. He will familiarize the audience with the main sections and elements that an average article should contain and some tips for making the research paper more attractive and acceptable for publication.