Publication of research results in peer-reviewed scientific journals is one of the most pressing problems in science today. At the same time, the number of publications of Mongolian scientists in international journals still lags behind world figures, as well as citations. Often the reason for this is the lack of skills or experience in writing articles or no balanced approach to the publication strategy. A brand – or reputation – of a scientist is the result of a systematic approach to creating their image in the scientific community. At the same time, the key skill of a modern scientist is the ability to competently and effectively communicate the results of their research in publications and talks. The workshop will cover the main issues of scientific communication, including aspects of writing scientific articles and interaction with the editors of scientific journals based on Wiley publishing experience.
Lecturer: Dr. Sergey Paramonov, Senior Account Manager, Wiley in Russia and CIS
Dr. Sergey Paramonov is an expert in the field of scientific communication and information resources for science and research. A chemist by education, he had graduated in 2007 from D.Mendeleyev University of Chemistry and Technology (Moscow, Russia) and then received a PhD in organic and physical chemistry from the Mendeleyev University and Université de la Méditerrannée (Aix-Marseille II, Marseille, France) in 2010. During his scientific career he had been working in institutions in Russia, France and Germany and coauthored 13 publications (h-index 5, Web of Science) and numerous conference talks. Since 2012 Dr. Paramonov has been focusing on scientific information and its distribution working in different roles at Thomson Reuters and later Clarivate Analytics. Starting from 2018 he has been a senior regional representative in Russia & CIS at John Wiley & Sons, a world leading academic society publisher, where he continues his work as an educator and consultant to research institutions and higher education organizations. His interests involve scientific communication, information distribution in science, open access in publishing, bibliometrics.