Courses and workshops

Publishing Innovations, Peer Review and How to get published in a Good Scientific Journal

Publishing Innovations, Peer Review and How to get published in a Good Scientific Journal

Spring 2017 12:00 – 15:00

(Jointly organised by LISA/EIS and TGS)

Correctly preparing a paper and selecting the most appropriate scientific journal to send it to will significantly increases its chances of being accepted.  Also, a strong grasp of the review process and the organization of an editorial office can help you - the researcher – to understand what will be expected of your submission when it hits the desk of the editor. 

The following speakers are scheduled to appear:

  • Prof. Dr. Ir. Alfred Stein, Editor-in-chief of Spatial Statistics, ITC, University of Twente,
  • Chiara Farinelli, Associate Journal Publisher, Mathematics and Statistics, Elsevier

Here's your chance to learn about: 

  • Short history on academic publishing and what recently changed
  • Peer Review Evolutions - what perceptions do we have, what will happen in the future
  • Technological innovations
  • Considerations before writing
  • Choosing the right journal – Bibliometrics, Impact Factors and more
  • Open Access – what are the possibilities and perspectives
  • Ethics – what any researcher need to know  

You'll also get the latest on sensitive areas such as duplicate publishing, and more. Don't miss out on a valuable opportunity.

Date / Time /  Location

Date: Spring 2017
Time: 12:00 – 15:00
12:00 -13:00 lunch is offered
Location: HR C101
Language: English

Questions and further Information

Please contact Marga Koelen, Head EIS Embedded Information Services / LISA

Registration

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