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Inside Nature Nanotechnology - An editor’s view
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Update time: 2020-09-17
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Title: Inside Nature Nanotechnology - An editor’s view

Speaker: Dr. Wenjie Sun Senior Editor,Nature Nanotechnology 

Time:Friday, 09:30-10:20,18Sept.2020

Place:Sinano Room A718 

Sponsor:Dr. ZHANG Kai

Biography: 

Wenjie Sun, Associate Editor, Nature Nanotechnology. Wenjie joined Nature Nanotechnology in January 2017, following the completion of her PhD at ETH Zurich, Switzerland. She received her master's degree on colloid and interface chemistry and bachelor's degree on applied chemistry at Shandong University, China. During her PhD at ETH, she focused on the enzyme biochemistry and biophysics within soft matter systems. Wenjie is based in Shanghai.

Wenjie will talk about the scope of Nature Nanotechnology, the relationship of Nature Nanotechnology with Nature and other Nature Research journals. And she will share her experience on the editorial process (the workflow and the statistical data) and disclose the criteria of Nature journals from an insider’s view. Through the talk, you will know better on what kind of papers a highly selective journal is looking for, how the editors decide whether to send a paper out or not, what they will do when the reviewers’ comments are contradictory. And Wenjie is happy to share with you her personal experience as an editor if you are interested and what they are doing to increase fairness and transparency of publishing.

Abstract:

Wenjie will talk about the scope of Nature Nanotechnology, the relationship of Nature Nanotechnology with Nature and other Nature Research journals. And she will share her experience on the editorial process (the workflow and the statistical data) and disclose the criteria of Nature journals from an insider’s view. Through the talk, you will know better on what kind of papers a highly selective journal is looking for, how the editors decide whether to send a paper out or not, what they will do when the reviewers’ comments are contradictory. And Wenjie is happy to share with you her personal experience as an editor if you are interested and what they are doing to increase fairness and transparency of publishing.

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