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  • What is Nature Astronomy and how do I get published in it?

    Seminar Title  

    What is Nature Astronomy and how do I get published in it?

       
    Speaker:   Dr. Marios Karouzos
       

     Affiliation:    

    (Springer Nature publishing group )  

       
    When Monday morning, Sep. 25, 9:00 a.m
       

    Where:   

    Room 416, Office Block, 2 West Beijing Road (PMO, CAS)
     

                             Welcome to Attend   

     
      ( PMO Academic Committee & Academic Circulating committee)
     

       Abstract: Nature Astronomy, launched in January 2017, is a new research journal published by Springer Nature. Sitting alongside our sister journal Nature, we aim to publish high impact research in the fields of astronomy, astrophysics and planetary science. In this talk I will cover the motivation and scope of the journal, the types of manuscripts we publish, and what we look for in papers. We offer a range of services to our authors, which I will also discuss. In the last part of this talk, I will cover common pitfalls of writing and submitting papers and I will share hints and tips on how to maximize the impact of your paper, from writing an engaging but informative title and a properly contextualized but concise abstract, to structuring your paper in a way that your results are communicated succinctly.

      Dr. Marios Karouzos
      Marios Karouzos undertook his doctoral research at the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy in Bonn, Germany. For his research, Marios has used ground and space telescopes to observe galaxies in wavelengths ranging from gamma-rays to the radio regime. His main area of expertise is the evolution of galaxies and supermassive black holes as potential regulators of their growth. Other interests include relativistic outflows, binary supermassive black holes and galactic environments. After that, Marios worked on active galactic nuclei at Seoul National University in South Korea. Since 2016 August, he joined the Springer Nature publishing group and serves as Associate Editor of Nature Astronomy.

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