24-29 June, 2018 @ City University of Hong Kong

Publishing Workshop — Meet the Editors
Get tips and tricks to publish and promote your works, and find literatures more efficiently!

Where: NANO2018 – Senate Room, 19/F, Lau Ming Wai Academic Building (AC3), CityU
When: Wednesday 27th June, 11:15 -12:30

11:15 'How to publish – dos and don'ts when writing a research article' & 'Digital Tools & how to promote your research' – Michaela Muehlberg (Royal Society of Chemistry), Marlene Silva (Elsevier) & Editors

How to publish – dos and don'ts when writing a research article
A quick guide on what to be aware of when writing your research article – understanding what editors and reviewers are looking for when reading and evaluating your manuscript.

Digital Tools & how to promote your research
Publishing in the 21st century. What digital tools are out there? We will have peek at which ones to use for what effect. How to compare your scientific output with another university? How to evaluate your main competitors? Once your work has been published, how do you make sure it gets the right promotion and that it reaches maximum visibility? Who to share your published work with? How to make it available for readers? How to use Social Media to make your publication stand out? Join us for an interactive discussion!


12:00 'How Nature Indexing Helps You Find Nanotechnology Literature and Data Efficiently' – Dr. Prathik Roy (SpringerNature)

The exponential growth in nanotechnology has led to vast amount of information and data being dispersed throughout various journals and patents making the acquisition of this information difficult. The lack of standardized nomenclature for nanomaterials also poses a challenge which makes seeking and transfer of scientific results a difficult task for researchers. There exists, however, a great demand for quick and curated information on nanomaterials, properties and applications. Nano.nature.com known as Nano was launched in 2016 as a non-journal type product under the Nature Research portfolio. It gathers and indexes nanotechnology data from multiple publishers including AAAS, ACS, Elsevier, RSC, Springer Nature, Wiley and more. With Nano, one may access to our machine-learned index of nanotechnology articles and retrieve detailed information from the leading titles on properties, applications, toxicity and preparation methods of thousands of nanomaterials and devices.


Speakers' Profiles

Dr Michaela Muehlberg is Deputy Editor for the RSC's nano and Horizons journals Nanoscale, Nanoscale Horizons and Materials Horizons. She has been with the Royal Society of Chemistry since 2014 being involved in a variety of publishing product such as Faraday Discussions and RSC Advances. Previous to that she studied chemistry at the Free University of Berlin, Germany and Université Paris-Sud, France, and obtained a PhD in bioorganic chemistry from the Free University of Berlin, Germany and the Leibniz-Forschungsinstitut für Molekulare Pharmakologie (FMP), Germany.

Marlene is a Publisher in Elsevier's Materials Science group since 2016, focusing on journals related to Metals & Engineering. She has a PhD in Particle Physics and has worked as a scientist in Radiotherapy research in the Academic Medical Centre in Amsterdam. While working for the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research and Elsevier she discovered her passion for developing science outreach methods for the 21st century.

Dr. Prathik Roy is the Product manager for Nanoscience and Technology at Springer Nature, New York. He is a former MacDiarmid research fellow from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand where he developed photodetectors and solar cells. He was also a Post-doctoral fellow in National Taiwan University where he worked on graphene-based solar cells, LEDs and photocatalytic materials. He obtained his Ph.D. from NTU where his thesis focused on the synthesis of nanomaterials for biosensing. During his academic career, Prathik has published 30+ peer-reviewed research articles and book chapters in addition to being the recipient of several international research fellowship awards.

Campus Map with Direction to the Workshop Venue

 

How to get to Senate Room, 19/F, Lau Ming Wai Academic Building (AC3)

Arrived at Pedestrian Subway
  1. When you get off the Mass Transit Railway (MTR) at Kowloon Tong station, find Exit C to Festival Walk then take Exit C2.
  2. In Festival Walk, go up to Level LG1.
  3. Find Shop LG1-10, take the escalator next to it, which brings you to a pedestrian subway leading to CityU.
  4. Pass through the pedestrian subway and turn right to reach the Chinese Garden.
  5. Walk through the Chinese Garden and you will see Lau Ming Wai Academic Building in front of you.
Arrived at University Circle

When you drop off at the University Circle, go along the covered walkway and follow the directional signs which will lead you to Lau Ming Wai Academic Building.