[Comp-neuro] Fwd: ATLANTIS PREMIUM PROCEEDINGS
zkarssen at atlantis-press.com
Thu Feb 21 15:41:40 CET 2013
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From: Zeger Karssen <zkarssen at atlantis-press.com>
Subject: ATLANTIS PREMIUM PROCEEDINGS
To: Zeger Karssen <zkarssen at atlantis-press.com>
Dear Atlantis Press Friends,
I would like to take the liberty to inform you about the Atlantis
Press proceedings offer. Atlantis Press has already successfully
published thousands of proceedings papers online and in Open Access.
Should you or your peers be involved in the organisation of a
conference, then please consider the Atlantis Press offer, as we
believe this will be of interest both for the conference and the
The essential points of our proceedings offer are:
- proceedings are all online and in Open Access, anyone has access to
the full texts, giving great visibility for the conference and the
- all papers are indexed in Google;
- acceptation and production are fast: you will get feedback from us
within a few days and production time is only 4 weeks;
- proceedings will be submitted to the main indexes chosen by the
- prices are the lowest in the market (30-50 euro per paper, depending
on the number of papers);
- the proceedings are shown on a site that is customised for the conference;
For more details incl. examples of published proceedings, please go to
our offer online: http://www.atlantis-press.com/proceedings/
Any conference organiser wishing to have the conference proceedings
published can fill out and send us the proposal form (attached). We
will evaluate the proposal and reply within a few days.
Please forward this message to any contact you think may be interested.
Thank you for your attention!
Atlantis Press - Amsterdam-Beijing-Paris
Email: zkarssen at atlantis-press.com
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