We are delighted to announce the publication of our first peer-reviewed articles in a new cross-disciplinary open access journal publishing articles across all fields of computer science. This represents another significant milestone in PeerJ’s publishing history. first started accepting preprints and submissions for peer-reviewed articles in February this year, and today sees the first of those accepted articles publishing. Take a look at the articles published today.
If you’re interested in joining those who want to make computer science more open then we’re offering free publication credits until Monday, August 3rd to all those who register their email at . Why not pass on the good news to your colleagues too?
We’ve received a constant stream of requests to bring our unique lifetime publishing model and user design philosophy to other disciplines ever since we launched PeerJ two years ago in the life and medical sciences. With our first articles publishing today in we are delighted to now be realizing this vision for the computer science community too – a community which has been looking for a modern and improved publishing experience for some time.
As part of our goal to improve publishing for the computer science community we also recently announced an open access publishing partnership with USENIX – the Advanced Computing Systems Association, whereby their members and conference delegates are encouraged to publish their research in PeerJ Computer Science.
operates in exactly the same way as – articles are published through CC BY licensing ensuring that the content is freely accessible to the world. The business model also remains the same with authors paying a single low cost fee to publish their article, starting at $99 (one off fee) for lifetime publication. By publishing cross-disciplinary research across the full spectrum of computer science, hopes to engender more cross-fertilisation between fields and to become a hub for the computer science community as a whole to interact.
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