Financing of post graduate publishing activity will double in 2019

Financing of post graduate publishing activity will double in 2019

RUDN plans to double the budget of the competition for the support of postgraduate publications in journals indexed by the Web of Science (WoS) and Scopus databases, as well as the number of prize places. This was announced at the meeting of the Project 5-100 Management Committee by RUDN Rector Vladimir Filippov.

PhDs and require 1 publication in journals indexed by the Web of Science (WoS) and Scopus databases should help graduate students.

First Vice-Rector have the opportunity to make free publications:

“We have 5 logs in WoS / Scopus databases. For example, “Gravity and Cosmology”, included in Q2, has 2 journals in mathematics “Modern Mathematics” and “Fundamental Directions” and a joint journal with the Kazakh Academy of Experimental Institute named after Al-Farabi. Our scientists publish many articles and with each year the quality and quantity grow. More than 100 publications in Q1 were made by chemists in 2018. ”

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