15-17 Aug 2017 Berlin (Germany)

Sponsors

Brill Editions Brill Editions
Brill wishes to be a leading, internationally operating publishing house in the domains of the Humanities and International Law and in selected fields in the Sciences. A healthy, lasting growth of the company is essential to the realization of its mission. This growth will be achieved by expanding its market share in existing and adjacent markets. By meeting the information requirements of specialized academic target groups and markets, Brill wishes to create value for all the stakeholders who are important to the realization of its strategy. Providing service to authors and readers and to all those in the intermediate chain who are of importance is the core competence of the company. To this end, Brill serves the academic scientific research market. In addition, Brill supplies a high-quality, wide range of professionally relevant literature to libraries and individual academics. The demand for electronic products in the markets in which Brill is active is growing steadily. In order to reach clients, several electronic distribution channels are used. Brill has a multimedia publishing policy. All titles are available on publication either in print or electronically.
Casalini Libri Casalini Libri
Who we are Casalini Libri is a family-run business, established by Mario Casalini in 1958 in response to a need for timely bibliographic information and supply of Italian publications. Now under the direction of Mario's children, the ninety-strong team remains both faithful to the traditions of the business and committed to innovation. Casalini Libri is recognised as one of the leading suppliers of publications from across Southern Europe to libraries and institutions worldwide. We currently work with over 3,000 libraries and institutions, and more than 5,500 publishers from over 40 countries. Our mission We aim to advance the profile of European culture and scholarship across the globe, providing a first-class bibliographic search and supply service for academic libraries and supporting publishers through promotion and distribution. We value and work closely with our partners, developing customised services to assist publishers and institutions in facing the challenges of scholarly publishing in a changing market. What we offer We provide an efficient and personalised service for libraries, combining the supply of publications with a range of solutions that facilitate selection, acquisition and processing workflows. Our dedicated services for publishers range from subscription management to co-ordinated sales for print and electronic editions. Our full text platform, Torrossa, hosts an array of scholarly e-books and e-journals from a wide variety of prestigious publishers from Southern Europe, providing visibility, support and technology to academic publishers, while simplifying purchasing, licensing and access for institutions.
Frontiers Frontiers
Frontiers is a community-rooted, open-access academic publisher Our grand vision is to build an Open Science platform where everybody has equal opportunity to seek, share and generate knowledge, and that empowers researchers in their daily work. Frontiers is at the forefront of building this ultimate Open Science platform. By taking publishing entirely online, we drive innovations and develop new technologies to make peer-review more efficient and transparent, provide impact metrics for articles and researchers, are the first – and only – to merge open-access publishing with a research network platform, Loop, to catalyse collaboration and research dissemination and we popularize research to the public, including kids. Our mission is to increase the reach and impact of articles and their authors. Frontiers today publishes several of the most cited Open-access journals in the world, is today one the largest and fastest-growing open-access publishers, receives millions of monthly page views, received the ALPSP Gold Award for Innovation in Publishing in 2014, has publishing agreements with many universities, and collaborates with Nature Publishing Group, Scientific American, Digital Science, OpenAire, CrossRef, OASPA, COPE, Jacobs Foundation, and others to advance Open Science worldwide.
F1000 Research F1000 Research
F1000Research operates a post-publication peer-review model that is fully transparent and author-driven. Scope: F1000Research publishes all original basic scientific, translational and clinical research within the life sciences and medicine, irrespective of the perceived interest level and the extent of novelty; this includes papers reporting single findings, replications, null results and negative findings. Open Data: All articles in F1000Research that report original results should include the source data underlying the results, together with details of any software used to process results, so interested readers can fully repeat the analysis. Open Access: All articles (and referee reports) are published under a CC-BY license, allowing unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction, provided the original work is properly cited. Like many other Open Access publishers we ask authors to pay an article-processing charge on publication (waivers apply, as outlined on the Article Processing Charges page); this is a one-off fee covering all aspects of the publication process, including the publication of multiple versions, if the authors wish to publish them.
Knowledge Unlatched Knowledge Unlatched
Our vision is a sustainable market where scholarly books and journals are freely accessible for each and every reader around the world.
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