Atlantis Press Opens New Branch Office in Beijing, China

September 3rd, 2019

As of 1 September 2019, Atlantis Press launched a new subsidiary company based in Beijing, China. Ms. Ran Dang, former Publishing Support Manager at Elsevier and Publisher at Atlantis Press, has been appointed as Managing Director to lead the new branch office.

Zeger Karssen, Publishing Director and owner of Atlantis Press, explains as follows: “As one of the leading countries in scientific output, China is strategically important in the global landscape of STM publishing. Atlantis Press has established itself as a genuine Open Access publisher of academic journals, conference proceedings and books. The new office will further shape the global strategy and increase our presence in the Chinese market by providing the best publishing services and scientific content to our customers.

Ran Dang, the new Managing Director of Atlantis Press China, adds: “Over the past 13 years Atlantis Press has gained a solid reputation in China as a genuine and professional Open Access publisher of STM books, journals and proceedings. Atlantis Press China aims to meet the increasing need in China to collaborate with international publishers in order to promote Chinese academic publications and give them higher international impact and visibility. I am very honored and excited to work with the team and to provide the best publishing services to Chinese researchers.

For more information about the new Chinese branch office, please contact Ran Dang at

For more information about the Atlantis Press group, please contact Zeger Karssen at

Atlantis Press ( is a global open access publisher of scientific, technical and medical (STM) content which was founded in Paris in 2006 and which currently has offices in Paris, Amsterdam, Hong Kong and Beijing. The company’s mission is to support the advancement of scientific, technical and medical research by contributing to a more efficient and effective dissemination and exchange of knowledge both for the research community and society at large. The Atlantis Press content platform currently contains more than 105,000 published articles which are all open access and hence freely accessible.