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Data Publishing in Computer Proceedings
If your proceedings have been accepted for publication in one of our proceedings series, a branded area can be set up for your conference within Springer Nature’s figshare repository. Any data/software used/developed in the papers published in the proceedings may be uploaded to this branded area and given a permanent DOI. The papers on SpringerLink link to the data on figshare and vice versa.
Learn more about how to organise data/software publishing in a useful way, the workflows and prices, guidelines for authors & editors, contacts and examples.
Latest figures! The introduction of data publishing was well received and sees an increasing interest by our authors and editors. 67 datasets have been recorded to date since our process started in late 2019. For copyright year 2019, 21 datasets from 4 conferences have been presented.
Springer Nature: SN Computer Science launched
SN Computer Science is a new peer review journal supported by a distinguished international board that encompasses all aspects of computer science. The journal publishes original research as well as relevant hardware, and/or software architectures, survey and review articles. All articles will be freely available to read until the end of 2021.
IFIP (International Federation of Information Processing) launches IFIP SELECT with papers for IT professionals
IFIP SELECT stands for better outreach and diffusion of some of the excellent research carried out an presented within the IFIP's Technical Committees and working groups. Based on the original research papers published in the IFIP-AICT series, authors add information & discussion on the pratice contribution of their research.
Springer Nature and The Open University launch a unique Computer Science Ontology (CSO)
The new ontology portal is the largest taxonomy of research topics in computer science available to date. The project was done in cooperation between Springer Computer Science Editorial Heidelberg and the University of Mannheim.
Springer Nature Research Data Support
Get help organising and sharing your research data with Springer Nature’s Research Data Support Service
New LaTeX templates available
Improved LaTeX templates for computer science proceedings can now be downloaded!
Embedded videos in proceedings papers
Springer offers authors the option of including embedded videos in their proceedings papers, free of charge.
ORCID for Proceedings
Authors can now add ORCID to their names in LNCS, CCIS, LNBIP, IFIP-AICT, and LNICST proceedings.
LNCS 10,000 manuscripts
We at Springer congratulate all those who have worked to make this milestone possible. Thank you!
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