What I DoI can help you learn how to improve your English in papers for conferences, journals, proposals, your thesis, or any other documentation.
How to Work with Me1 - As soon as you have a due date, a fixed or even estimated deadline, or any time frame we can work with, contact me by e-mail, email@example.com, or drop by my office BC 248 with the following information:
- Who sent you ? **In other words, are you a student with LDS, LCA2, INDY1, INDY2, LAMS, or do you work/study with another professor/school at EPFL, or do you study/work at UNIL ?
- Type of paper (journal, conference, proposal, thesis, etc.)
- Length of paper: pages (assuming a reasonable font size), word count
- Date your text will be ready
- Date of deadline: preferable and final
- Dates of your availability for a review session; time needed for these sessions depends on the “damage” ;-). If you are NOT available to review my comments in person, please indicate if we can use Overleaf (for LaTeX documents) or track-changes (documents in Word), as well as a phone call or Skype review session if necessary.
- Software used, i.e., Word, LaTeX, .pdf, other
2 - Upon receipt of your e-mail, I will respond – as soon as I am able to do so.
** For students in LCA1, LCA2, INDY1, INDY2, LAMS, even though I am a simple employee, advance notice is still terribly appreciated as it guarantees that I will be able to help you. ** For students whose professor has requested my services on an on-call basis, advance notice is even more important. I will always endeavor to make time to help you, but in order to be able to organize my time, I need to know as soon as you know that you will need help. ** For those students who seek my services, but do not have financial support from their professor, please indicate this in your contact e-mail.