What Does a Successful Postdoctoral Fellowship Publication Record Look Like?

@article{Pepper2018WhatDA,
  title={What Does a Successful Postdoctoral Fellowship Publication Record Look Like?},
  author={J. Pepper and Oliwia D. Krupinska and K. Stassun and D. Gelino},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1810.09505}
}
Obtaining a prize postdoctoral fellowship in astronomy and astrophysics involves a number of factors, many of which cannot be quantified. One criterion that can be measured is the publication record of an applicant. The publication records of past fellowship recipients may, therefore, provide some quantitative guidance for future prospective applicants. We investigated the publication patterns of recipients of the NASA prize postdoctoral fellowships in the Hubble, Einstein, and Sagan programs… Expand

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