In a series of blog posts, we’d like to provide you with some exciting insights into the open access signal processing journals that SpringerOpen publishes together with EURASIP (the European Association for Signal Processing), and also with some fascinating signal processing-related science. We will have interviews with the journals’ Editors-in-Chief, with leaders of the society itself, you will hear more about the special issues that these journals publish on hot topics, along with useful tips for your manuscript submission and more. So stay tuned!
Educational technology is the effective use of technology tools in teaching and it facilitates learning processes. In our new open access journal International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education, Josep M. Duart and Rosalind James, the Editors-in-Chief, talk about the journal and how they look forward to it.
Combining high-intensity or explosive strength training, together with high-intensity endurance training, can improve physiological and performance parameters that may improve a player’s ability to cope with in-season training demands and the demands of competition.
13 European societies, members of The European Headache Federation (EHF) recently constructed an agreement outlining guidelines on a range of diagnostic tests used to investigate primary headache disorders.
Announcing an upcoming thematic series in Sustainable Chemical Processes presenting papers from the CABiomass-2016 international conference taking place on March 9-11 in Compiègne, France.
A new study analyzes the benefits of certain exercises both inside and outside the gym
We’re pleased to announce that Dr. Mei-Chu Chung recently joined Botanical Studies as the new Editor-in-Chief. I recently had the opportunity to talk with Dr. Chung by email, to learn more about what she hopes we can accomplish together with this journal. Dr. Chung is a Research Fellow at the Institute of Plant and Microbial Biology (IPMB),… Read more »
February the 8th was the 182nd anniversary of the birth of Dmitri Mendeleev. We take a brief look at the history of his most famous contribution to chemistry: the periodic table of elements
We welcome Prof. Frank J. Rybicki as Editor-in-Chief of SpringerOpen’s latest fully open access journal. In this post, we find out his motivation to start this publication, discover challenges faced in developing this field and learn his reasons for choosing open access.