As researchers are well aware, publishing and communicating your work is essential for your career and it is important to understand the process. The ReCon conference is designed specifically for researchers and we have a stellar line up of scholarly publishers, academics and publishing experts speaking at the event. If you are keen to determine the best strategy for publishing your research, find out how to navigate the peer review process or learn about other ways to grow an audience for your work then this conference is for you!
Speakers from major publishers and organisations such as Frontiers, Elsevier, CrossRef, Springer Nature/ Digital Science, Wellcome Open Research, F1000 Research and Altmetric, in addition to academics and experts will share their experience. The conference is a unique opportunity to learn about the publishing process, raising your research profile and how to enhance your research career.
Date: Friday 30th June 2017, 0930-1700
Venue: Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation, Edinburgh (near Old College)
Registration & programme: https://reconevent.com/programme/
Twitter: #ReCon_17 @ReConEvent
>> Apply for a free place (for PhD students): https://goo.gl/forms/N9xk4QbZTKWdkGqz1
>> Discount code for non students on earlybird tickets (final price=£25): ReConB4
FREE PLACES for PhD students – apply for a free place:
There is also an opportunity for PhD students and early career researchers (with less than 1 year of postdoc experience) to apply for a free place at the conference via this short application form: https://goo.gl/forms/N9xk4QbZTKWdkGqz1. If you would like a place, please apply now and we will review your application and get back to you in one week.
ReCon 2017 sponsors: The Scientific Editing Company, CrossRef, Frontiers, PLOS, JY Media
What previous participants said about the conference:
—–“ReCon is the best conference I’ve ever been to!”—–
—–“I learned so much at this conference! I now know how to approach the publishing process.”—–
—–“ReCon Event is my favourite small conference!”—–