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ISTE OpenScience Organization


Open access Journals
 

ISTE OpenScience presents an innovating and unique editorial model of scientific and technical journals :

• Most of the articles are published in French
• There is no required membership or financial contribution from the author
• The flash expertise used by the Editorial board enables the articles to be published very quickly
• The best articles are selected by the Editorial board
• They are internationally released in the form of books in English, co-published with either Wiley or Elsevier

 

 

Organization of the OpenScience journals


Theme Sections

Biology, Medicine and Health
Chemistry
Earth and Space Sciences
Ecology and Environment
Engineering and Systems
Information and Communication
Mathematics
Physics
Social Sciences and Humanities

 

Characteristics of the ISTE OpenScience journals


• Each journal’s editorial theme is deliberately strict
• The Editorial boards for the journals are usually limited to five or six members
• Article proposals are accepted in French or in English. (15 to 20% at the most of the articles in English are accepted)
• Article assessments are promptly carried out by the Committee
• The accepted articles are immediately uploaded on Open Access on our website. (The articles are corrected and laid-out beforehand)
• A number for the journal is created when it reaches a minimum of 120/150 pages i.e 5 to 6 articles approximately
• There is no required financial contribution from the author of an article or from his reader
• The best articles are selected by the Editorial board. ISTE publishes them in a multi-authored book in English (the translation is ensured by us)
• These books are co-published with Wiley or Elsevier (www.iste.co.uk) who ensure the international release. They are indexed in the data bases (Scopus, Wiley Online Library)
• All the participants of the book receive royalties (based on the book’s turnover)

 

 

ISTE OpenScience Contacts


Editorial Management and relations with the Editorial board :
Ludovic Moulard – l.moulard@iste.co.uk