Professor Kuan Ching-Li, Editor-in-Chief of Connection Science
Professor Ching-Li talks to us about the future of the journal as it progresses to open access, how the journal helps authors to make an impact with their research, and how the journal can help academic and industrial leaders achieve common goals.
What is Connection Science about?
Connection Science is an international open access journal, aimed at wide spectrum of topics in computer science, including
- Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
- Computer Systems and Architecture
- Computer Vision, Speech and Pattern Recognition
- Cyber Security
- Data, Knowledge and Intelligent Systems
- Medical Informatics and Biomedical Engineering
- Operational Research and Decision Systems
- Scientific Computing
- Interdisciplinary Applications
What support can you give authors and researchers who are hoping to publish in your journal?
The publisher and editors have taken every step to ensure that Author Processing Charges (APCs) associated with Open Access publication do not become a prohibiting factor for publication of high-quality papers through introduction of a very competitive pricing scheme as well as setting up a APC discount or waiver initiative.
How can someone who would like to publish in Connection Science go about doing so?
There is a comprehensive description of the journal scope as well as a clear set of instructions for authors in the journal website. In addition, there is information on Open Access as well as the APC discount or waiver initiative for those interested in publishing in the Connection Science.