We would like to invite you to an exciting event:
Mendeley Talks on November 26th 2010 in Central London
Here’s your chance to listen to Jason Hoyt, R&D and Chief Scientist at Mendeley, talk about how you can get your research noticed:
Getting your research noticed on Mendeley, Google, and everywhere else
Ah! So you’ve finally gotten that manuscript through two rounds of revisions and it’s been published! Or perhaps you haven’t published yet, but you’re considering doing a pre-print. So, what are the best practices in getting that post-print noticed? Or how do you ensure that a pre-print will do its job, but not prevent you from getting a peer-reviewed version as well? Come to find out and also learn how Mendeley ranks your papers in its search catalog and recommendation engine. We’ll also discuss whether boundaries should exist in the extent to which one should promote their research.
Afterwards, you will get the chance to have some fantastic Feuerzangenbowle and chat with Mendeley’s CEO Victor Henning. Otherwise, you can grab a beer and try to beat co-founder Paul Föckler at Foosball.
Of course, this event is completely free, and you are welcome to bring along interested colleagues and friends.
6:30 Drinks and Snacks
7:00 “Getting your research noticed on Mendeley, Google, and everywhere else”, Jason Hoyt
7:30 Open Discussion
7:45 Feuerzangenbowle and Snacks with Foosball and insight to Mendeley
8:30 Official end
November 26th 2010, 6:30 – 8:30pm
144a Clerkenwell Road
White Bear Yard, Ground Floor
London, EC1R 5DF
To RSVP please get back to firstname.lastname@example.org.
With best wishes, and great anticipation,
The Mendeley Team