Openly Informatics, Inc. of Montclair, New Jersey has reached an agreement with the Materials Research Society (MRS), of Warrendale, Pennsylvania, to assist in the publication of the MRS's Internet Journal of Nitride Semiconductor Research.(MIJ-NSR)
Under the one-year agreement, Openly Informatics, Inc. will host and operate the innovative electronic journal for MRS and will provide automated submission processing, editorial management, redaction and rendering services. Editorial responsibility for the journal will remain with MIJ-NSR's Editorial Board, headed by Prof. Cammy Abernathy of the University of Florida.
"We're honored that a dynamic and prestigious organization such as MRS has entrusted us with these responsibilities." said Dr. Eric Hellman, Openly's President. "Scientific publishing is in the midst of revolutionary changes, and MIJ-NSR has been a leading example of the new directions that journals are taking."
"I hope we can have a long and productive relationship." said Dr. Michael Driver, MRS's Director of Information Services. The Materials Research Society, founded in 1973, is a not-for-profit scientific association which promotes interdisciplinary goal-oriented basic research on materials of technological importance. More information is available at its web site at www.mrs.org.
MRS began publishing the MRS Internet Journal of Nitride Semiconductor Research in 1995 to provide a rapid, peer-reviewed, archival forum for the emerging field of nitride semiconductor research. It uses a free-to-read, pay-to-publish business model, and has published more than 100 technical articles. The journal is embodied in a web site available at nsr.mij.mrs.org/.
Openly Informatics, Inc., was founded in 1998 to develop software, systems and services for the 21st Century's Information Infrastructure. Openly's web site is at www.openly.com.
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