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    Publishing in High Impact Journals
    Update time: 2014-04-10
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    Title: Publishing in High Impact Journals 

    Speaker: Dr. Heather Montgomery, Deputy Editor, Energy & Environmental Science (EES) 

    Organization: Royal Society of Chemistry, UK 

    Time&Date: 15:00-16:00, April 11, Friday 

    Place: 214 Meeting Room 

    Speaker's Bio: 

    Dr Heather Montgomery completed her MSci degree in Chemistry at Queen’s University, Belfast and remained there for her PhD studies on rhenium and ruthenium complexes as sensors. 

    She joined the Royal Society of Chemistry in 2010 and has experience handling and making decisions on manuscripts submitted to high impact journals such as Dalton Transactions, Catalysis Science & Technology, Energy & Environmental Science, Nanoscale and PCCP.  

    In her role as Deputy Editor, Dr Montgomery has been involved in developing journals to increase their impact, for example the current Impact Factor of Energy & Environmental Science is 11.65 and the next (announced around June 2014) is anticipated to be over 15. 

    Most recently Dr Montgomery has taken on the role of Deputy Editor of Faraday Discussions overseeing the expansion of the journal, including the first discussion meeting in China which will take place in October 2014, on the topic of Next Generation Materials for Energy Chemistry. 

    Dr Montgomery is part of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Editorial team involved with the flagship journals Chemical Science (IF = 8.3), ChemComm (IF = 6.4) and Chemical Society Reviews (IF = 24.9). 

    EES Introduction: 

    Energy & Environmental Science is journal which links all aspects of the chemical, physical and biotechnological sciences relating to energy conversion and storage, alternative fuel technologies and environmental science. 

    The journal publishes important, very high-quality, agenda-setting research that is of significant general interest to the community-spanning readership. 

    Energy & Environmental Science's latest Impact Factor is 11.65 and we anticipate a rise to over 15 when the 2013 Impact Factor is announced later this year. 

    The journal's scope is intentionally broad, covering all aspects of energy conversion and storage, alternative fuel technologies, and the science of environmental impacts and mitigation that are related with energy conversion processes such as global atmospheric science, climate change, carbon capture, and environmental catalysis. 

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