Externally organized talk - Editorial Talk: Publishing Scientific Papers with Impact- Insights from a Wiley Editor
Dimitra Gkogkou
Wiley-VCH, Editorial Office, Executive Editor

Tue., April 25, 2023, 3 p.m.
This seminar is held in presence and online.
Room: IFW Lecture Hall
Online: https://tu-dresden.zoom.us/j/65038528015?pwd=Q0JEdVdFRkJjZHQvYjR5SUJvUmQwQT09


Publishing is an integral part of the academic research and comes in various forms and shapes.
The talk aims to present the inside works of the publishing world, the internal structures and processes that take place once a paper is submitted till its publication. We will go through strategies and key points on how to write an impactful paper that fellow scientists will read and use. Also, we will look at the criteria an author should have for choosing a journal to submit as well as the criteria an editor has for choosing to send a manuscript further down the peer review road. This talk also aims to update on the different editorial models and current status of a constantly evolving publishing landscape, such as the expansion of the Open Access model. Apart from the informative part of the talk, we will allocate enough time for holding a discussion on any part of publishing that the attendants would wish to focus on.


Brief CV

Dimitra Gkogkou was born and raised in Greece. After completing her Physics B.S. and Material Physics & Technology M.Sc. in AUTH she moved to Berlin in 2013 for continuing her research with a doctorate at the Leibniz Institute for Analytical Sciences-ISAS eV. During her PhD and Postdoc, she developed plasmonic nanostructures and integrated them with microfluidics, towards an analytical platform combining surface enhanced vibrational spectroscopies. Since 2019, she serves science from the position of an editor at Wiley-VCH publishing house. In this role she is involved in all stages of the publication of a scientific manuscript, from submission to inclusion in an issue. Her portfolio includes journals from the Advanced family and Wiley’s flagship open science interdisciplinary journal Natural Sciences.



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Externally organized talk - Editorial Talk: Publishing Scientific Papers with Impact- Insights from a Wiley Editor
Dimitra Gkogkou
Wiley-VCH, Editorial Office, Executive Editor

Tue., April 25, 2023, 3 p.m.
This seminar is held in presence and online.
Room: IFW Lecture Hall
Online: https://tu-dresden.zoom.us/j/65038528015?pwd=Q0JEdVdFRkJjZHQvYjR5SUJvUmQwQT09


Publishing is an integral part of the academic research and comes in various forms and shapes.
The talk aims to present the inside works of the publishing world, the internal structures and processes that take place once a paper is submitted till its publication. We will go through strategies and key points on how to write an impactful paper that fellow scientists will read and use. Also, we will look at the criteria an author should have for choosing a journal to submit as well as the criteria an editor has for choosing to send a manuscript further down the peer review road. This talk also aims to update on the different editorial models and current status of a constantly evolving publishing landscape, such as the expansion of the Open Access model. Apart from the informative part of the talk, we will allocate enough time for holding a discussion on any part of publishing that the attendants would wish to focus on.


Brief CV

Dimitra Gkogkou was born and raised in Greece. After completing her Physics B.S. and Material Physics & Technology M.Sc. in AUTH she moved to Berlin in 2013 for continuing her research with a doctorate at the Leibniz Institute for Analytical Sciences-ISAS eV. During her PhD and Postdoc, she developed plasmonic nanostructures and integrated them with microfluidics, towards an analytical platform combining surface enhanced vibrational spectroscopies. Since 2019, she serves science from the position of an editor at Wiley-VCH publishing house. In this role she is involved in all stages of the publication of a scientific manuscript, from submission to inclusion in an issue. Her portfolio includes journals from the Advanced family and Wiley’s flagship open science interdisciplinary journal Natural Sciences.



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