European research consortium teams up with PaperHive to boost visibility of new publications

The European research project ROMSOC partners with PaperHive, a copyright-compliant scholarly collaboration network, to facilitate research collaboration and boost the visibility of research results. All articles emerging from the project will be available for discussion within PaperHive.

ROMSOC is a European Industrial Doctorate project that will run for four years bringing together 15 international academic institutions and 11 industry partners from Austria, Germany, France, Italy, Israel, the Netherlands, Spain, and Poland. It supports the recruitment and training of early stage researchers in the field of industrial mathematics.

The partnership focuses on stimulating cross-border research collaboration both in the process of creation, and in the dissemination of the results. The authors will be able to collaboratively discuss and review the early versions of their work within PaperHive. Broad expert audiences will then be able to join the discussion on the Version of Record.

Prof. Dr. Volker Mehrmann,  ROMSOC project coordinator and professor at Technical University of Berlin, said: “PaperHive’s platform ensures that the work of our young colleagues will unfold its full potential for academic impact.”

Dr. André Gaul, CEO of PaperHive, added: “From my personal research experience I know how crucial it is for early stage researchers to discuss publications with colleagues and mentors – we are proud to support collaboration across institutions and borders at ROMSOC.”