Workshop About Publishing

Opening the Editor’s Black Box: Insider Tips for Successful Submissions

After a short presentation on the strong partnership between GDCh and Wiley-VCH by Nathalie Weickgenannt, Executive Editor of Angewandte Chemie, Lisa Pecher, Senior Associate Editor Angewandte Chemie, and David Peralta, Editor-in-Chief ChemMedChem, will share insider tips for successful submissions in a workshop that is specifically tailored to the needs of master and PhD students and postdocs.

Publishing papers in reputed journals is an integral part of the research cycle. In this workshop, we will open the Editor's black box by giving tips on how to prepare your manuscript for submission and improve your chances for successful publication. Topics to be covered include:

  • How do I simplify my writing and improve the presentation of my results?
  • How do I choose the right journal for submission?
  • What do Editors and referees look for?
     

 

Curriculum Vitae David Peralta

Dr. David Peralta is originally from the Philippines, where he obtained degrees in Chemistry and German Studies from the Ateneo de Manila University. In 2009, he moved here for his PhD at the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ)/Universität Heidelberg, where he worked on redox biochemistry under Prof. Tobias Dick. In 2014 he joined Wiley-VCH as an Assistant Editor for ChemMedChem, ChemistryOpen, and ChemistrySelect. He has served as Editor-in-Chief of ChemMedChem since July 2017. In addition to his editorial duties, David conducts regular workshops on various science publishing and communication topics.

Curriculum Vitae Lisa Pecher

Dr. Lisa Pecher ist Senior Associate Editor bei Angewandte Chemie. Sie promovierte in theoretischer Oberflächenchemie bei Prof. Ralf Tonner an der Philipps-Universität Marburg mit anschließendem Post-doc bei Prof. Gernot Frenking (ebenfalls Marburg). Seit 2019 ist sie Teil des Angewandte-Teams und verantwortlich für Einreichungen aus der physikalischen, theoretischen und analytischen Chemie.

Curriculum Vitae Nathalie Weickgenannt

Nathalie Weickgenannt studied chemistry at the University of Oxford, completing her MChem degree with research into chiral fluorinating reagents in the group of Véronique Gouverneur. She then obtained her PhD in the field of organocatalysis under the supervision of Frank Glorius (WWU Münster). She joined Angewandte Chemie in 2013 and was promoted to Executive Editor of the journal in 2020. On the executive committee, she is responsible for the scientific and editorial content of the journal and for peer review and editorial decision-making.

zuletzt geändert am: 07.09.2021 17:27 Uhr von M.Bräutigam