SCIPEDIA: Communicating Science
Scipedia is a scientific and technical digital publisher and professional social network promoted by CIMNE that aims to
connect researchers and professionals in science and technology and facilitate the sharing of knowledge,
expertise and the outcome of their work. For this purpose, Scipedia offers an innovative web platform
providing free publishing and open access services (e.g. no open access fees are payable by the
authors and no fees are required to read the published articles) to disseminate the results of the scientific
and technical work.
Scipedia offers fully free online content so that the published papers and other public documents are available under the Creative Commons BY-NC-SA license. Hence, Scipedia content can be distributed and linked in accordance with the provisions of this license.
Scipedia embraces new technologies to effectively generate and provide enriched content.
Scipedia offers a superior online platform for edition of papers, including importation utilities
from LaTeX or Microsoft Word, comments and discussions support, etc.
Outputs of the publications in PDF and EPUB formats are available.
Furthermore, Scipedia’s platform accepts supplementary material to enhance scientific publications.
This includes video material, animation sequences, datasets, spreadsheets, computational models and more.
Aiming at enhancing the dissemination of the works presented at this conference, CIMNE offers to the authors
the possibility to publish their full papers in the conference proceedings at Scipedia.
In case you are interested in this option, during the registration process you must accept Scipedia’s
publishing conditions and follow the corresponding instructions.
Scipedia is managed by the CIMNE spinoff company Scipedia SL.