EDP Sciences signed an agreement to preserve Journals with Portico (April 2015)
EDP Sciences is pleased to announce that it has signed an agreement with Portico to provide a permanent archive of the e-content for many of their key journals. Through this agreement, institutions participating in Portico’s E-Journal Preservation Service will be assured continued access to EDP Sciences content for generations of their scholars in the future.
Current data will be sent to Portico as soon as the e-journal is published, and a full list of the journals committed to the Portico archive is available at http://www.portico.org/digital-preservation/who-participates-in-portico/participating-publishers/edp.
For more information read Press Release (PDF).
Proceedings from CEA conferences (January 2015)
Web of Conferences has great pleasure to welcome to its platform the Proceedings from CEA conferences. This new website gathers the proceedings of conferences organized by CEA researchers and published by EDP Sciences via Web of Conferences.
CEA, the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission, is a prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.
New website for Web of Conferences (July 2013)
Web of Conferences is pleased to present its new website. More modern, more ergonomic and more complete, this new platform has been designed for an easy and fast access to all contents.
You will find your usual tools, enriched and improved in terms of technology and navigation: announcements of upcoming scientific events, free access to conference proceedings, news, list of collections, link to open access journals… You will also discover new contents designed for easier access to all relevant information to different audiences.
Web of Conferences is a major player in the publishing of scientific conference proceedings. This new interface is designed to make our offer clearer, and to highlight the quality of our services and the high-level of expertise.
RSS feed available (April 2012)
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a XML-based format dedicated to website syndication. RSS allows readers to get new titles delivered directly to their desktops, using either the Internet browser or a RSS Reader.
EDP Sciences now provides RSS feeds of the latest articles published online by journal, including title, authors and links to relevant abstract and full-text version.
RSS feed: ITM Web of Conferences recents articles
Register for free e-mail alert (April 2012)
To register for our free e-mail alert service, create your EDPS account and follow the link TOC Email Alerts.