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Trends in Scientific Journals Seminar

2015-11-20 (Fri) 14:00 - 17:00

Intended for

Any faculty member or student from Osaka University, regardless of field of study, may attend.

Language

English (Support in Japanese for Q&A is available when necessary)

Lecturers

Experienced publishing directors from Elsevier will provide us with a lecture and answer questions from attendees.

  • Charon Duermeijer, Publishing Director, Physics, Elsevier (The Netherlands)
  • Paul Carton, Publishing Director, Chemistry, Elsevier (UK)
  • Valerie Teng-Broug, Senior Publisher, Life Sciences, Elsevier (The Netherlands)

Application form

http://osku.jp/r038 (We will stop accepting applications once capacity for this event has been reached.)
We plan on accepting attendees at the door, but preference will be given to those who apply beforehand.

Agenda

13:30~14:00

Registration

14:00~14:05

Opening

14:05~14:15

Introduction - "A birds eye view on the science output at Osaka University"

Anders Karlsson (Vice President, Global Academic Relations APAC)

14:15~15:45

Part 1: Current Trends in Publishing
Focus on Physics, Chemistry, Bio-chemistry/Physics

Charon Duermeijer (Publishing Director, Physics)

Paul Carton (Publishing Director, Chemistry)

Valerie Teng-Broug (Senior Publisher, Life Sciences)

15:45~15:55

Coffee Break

15:55~16:55

Part 2: Young Investigator Forum
- Publishing your article
- Reviewing for journals
- Q&A session

Charon Duermeijer (Publishing Director, Physics)

Paul Carton (Publishing Director, Chemistry)

Valerie Teng-Broug (Senior Publisher, Life Sciences)

16:55~17:00

Closing

Date: 2015-11-20 (Fri) 14:00 - 17:00
Organizer: Support Office for Large-Scale Education and Research Projects; Elsevier
Venue: Multimedia Hall, 1st floor, Center of Medical Innovation and Translational Research (CoMIT)
Registration: Registration is required for this seminar. (Web)
URL: http://www.ura.osaka-u.ac.jp/news/journal-trends-sympo.html
Contact: Support Office for Large-Scale Education and Research Projects
trends-in-journals@lserp.osaka-u.ac.jp

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