Atlantis Press publishes proceedings in all major STM disciplines including Physical Sciences, Life Sciences, Health Sciences and Social Sciences. We offer conference, symposium and workshop organizers a unique service which is not only fast and personalized, but which also ensures maximum visibility for their conference and workshop proceedings. All proceedings on the Atlantis Press platform are open access and hence freely accessible for all to read. For a complete list of all published and forthcoming proceedings, please click here.
All Atlantis Press proceedings are published as volumes in a subject-specific series. Where applicable, we also take care that these proceedings are submitted to relevant indexation databases such as CPCI-S and CPCI-SSH (both part of Clarivate's Web of Science), CNKI, Google Scholar, Scopus, etc. Note that Atlantis Press adheres to the ethical frameworks and guidelines of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), including the COPE Core Practices and the Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing, and to the IEEE Standards for conference ethics and quality control.
To date, Atlantis Press has published more than 1,200 proceedings across 17 different proceedings series which contain more than 125,000 articles in total. Current usage statistics show that our proceedings articles generate more than 1.5 million downloads every month and are thus highly visible within the relevant scientific communities. Please refer to our portfolio of proceedings below. For details about a specific proceedings series, please visit the series homepage by clicking on the series name.
Atlantis Press offers the following as part of our proceedings service package:
Should you wish to publish a proceedings in any of our series, then please request a proceedings proposal form by sending us an email at email@example.com. Your proposal will be evaluated by a Series Editor(s) and/or a scientific evaluation committee consisting of senior researchers in the relevant field. This is to ensure the integrity and quality of the proceedings that we publish. Note that proceedings proposals outside the scope of our current series will also be considered.
Finally, should you wish to receive more information about our proceedings service, you may also contact us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.