As a LIPIcs/OASIcs author, you will be invited by e-mail to register at the Dagstuhl Submission Server. The server will guide you through the publication workflow. Preliminary information can be found here:
Transactions on Graph Data and Knowledge (TGDK) welcomes proposals for Special Issues (SIs) devoted to a specific topic that is within its scope. Successful proposals will focus on research or application areas of emerging significance or for which innovative and novel work is being done.
Change is a constant in the academic world, and the world of computer science is no exception. A recent, very significant change has been the change of Chair of the LIPIcs (Leibniz International Proceedings in Informatics) Editorial Board. After six years of dedicated service, Luca Aceto has passed the torch to the capable hands of Meena Mahajan.
Transactions on Graph Data and Knowledge is an Open Access journal that publishes research contributions relating to the use of graphs for data and knowledge management. Such contributions may be experimental or theoretical in nature, where submissions that combine both aspects are particularly welcome.
We are pleased to announce that a new scientific journal - Transactions on Graph Data and Knowledge (TGDK) - has been added to Dagstuhl Publishing's portfolio. TGDK is a Diamond Open Access journal that publishes research contributions relating to the use of graphs for data and knowledge management.
We are pleased to present Dagstuhl Publishing's new publication server "DROPS" (Dagstuhl Research Online Publication Server) at the familiar address: https://drops.dagstuhl.de. After a public beta phase lasting several months, the server officially went live earlier today.
In the field of academic publishing, innovation and adaptability are crucial for success. Dagstuhl Publishing, the publishing house of Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz Center for Informatics, looks back on a still short but very successful history in academic publishing. The first volume in its largest and most successful series, LIPIcs, was published 15 years ago. In order to meet the growing demands in the field of Open Access, but also Open Science in general, an independent advisory board for the publishing house was founded at the beginning of the year on the recommendation of the institute's scientific advisory board. At the end of October, Prof. Dr. Boudewijn Haverkort was elected as the new chair of the Dagstuhl Publishing Advisory Board.
Enhanced submission process on the Dagstuhl Submission Server facilitates the linking of articles with associated software (and other supplementary materials) as well as the long-term archiving of software.