I’m thrilled to announce that after my thesis, I am back in the game of publishing a peer-reviewed paper! It has been an incredible journey, and I couldn’t have done it without the invaluable contributions of my talented coauthors: Fernando López, Antonio Paéz, and David Rey. Their generosity and wisdom have truly elevated the quality of our work.
However, amidst this excitement, it’s disheartening to acknowledge the broken state of the scientific publishing industry. Even though we have poured countless hours into this research, we still lack access to the final version of the paper. It’s frustrating that we can only share the latest submitted edition.
This limitation highlights a critical issue in academia, as it restricts the accessibility and progress of scientific knowledge. We need to address these challenges and work towards a more open and inclusive scientific publishing system. It’s time to pave the way for a future where researchers can freely share their work and collaborate without unnecessary barriers.