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Netherland Elsevier launches OA journal - Physics Open - 22 May 2019

Elsevier, the global information analytics business specialising in science and health, is launching a novel broad scope open access journal, covering all areas of physics and related interdisciplinary areas - be that fundamental or applied.

The Editorial Board will bring together editors from across Elsevier’s existing physics journals to help guarantee high editorial standards. Authors will benefit from an established peer-review system and editorial guidance from over 30 partner journals–all published under the traditional subscription model. This experience combined with an established track record in each of their own areas of research will ensure authors and editors identify the right pathway for submission.

With multiple points of submission, authors will access a novel editorial model with experienced editors, ensuring their paper is published swiftly with a maximum of visibility through the gold open access route.

The journal is open for submissions as of May 21, 2019. More information is available by visiting the Physics Open website at www.journals.elsevier.com/physics-open.

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UK ConTech Forum scheduled for June 21 in London - 22 May 2019

An international audience is set to attend the brand new ConTech Forum in London next month. The Netherlands, Germany, Ireland, Bulgaria, India, US, Israel, France and the UK are all represented so far.

The programme tackles the impact of AI, machine learning, data science and other emerging technologies on your content creation, dissemination and consumption. These sessions include Exploration and exploitation of your content and technologies; Technology opening up early stage research; Surf the new content marketing wave; Future standards; Smart content with AI; The road to data maturity; Building content products in the age of AI; Knowledge graphs and many more.

ConTech Forum offers the knowledge, the contacts and the experience to create a blueprint to navigate the future of your content business. The full programme and speaker list is available online at https://contechlive.com/contech-forum-2019.

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US SAE International brings together public and private partners to address mobility data-sharing principles - 22 May 2019

SAE International®, a global mobility standards developer, has announced plans to form a consortium to develop a framework of best practices to support effective and secure mobility data sharing.

This new consortium will fill a critical need by providing a collaborative model that can evolve and augment existing data-sharing frameworks. It will develop standardized data definitions and metrics as well as best practices to ensure appropriate safeguards of highly sensitive geolocation and personal data of users shared between shared mobility operators and cities. At present, this consortium will focus on micromobility. Initial partners of this forum include Miami-Dade County, JUMP, Spin and Populus and other stakeholders.

SAE International will leverage the expertise and experience of its affiliate organisation, SAE Industry Technologies Consortia (SAE ITC®), to convene the members of this consortium. SAE ITC has vast experience in the formation of cross-sector consortia, bringing together public agencies and industry to establish frameworks that address opportunities and challenges across the transportation landscape, including for aviation, automated vehicles, and now shared mobility.

The consortium plans to collaborate with other leading bodies developing standards and best practices for shared mobility to harmonize with their related activities. SAE and its initial partners anticipate that other public agencies, shared mobility operators, and data platforms will join to help define and refine the framework of principles, recommended practices and other organised activities.

SAE Industry Technologies Consortia (SAE ITC®) is a 501(c)(6) affiliate of SAE International®, and its membership is comprised of public and private organisations collaborating in a neutral forum to drive innovative solutions to key industry challenges.

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France 4open announces new special issue - Mathematical Models - 22 May 2019

4open, a multi-disciplinary Open Access journal, has announced the new special issue ‘Mathematical Models’, guest edited by Dr. Fernanda Ferreira and Dr. Flávio Ferreira.

This special issue follows the 16th International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics (ICNAAM 2018) where, as part of a special collaborative issue, 4open welcomed submissions developed from research presented at this conference.

ICNAAM 2018 brought together a diverse range of researchers in the field of computational and applied mathematics and presented the latest research and findings in this area.

4open is published by EDP Sciences under the auspices of the Société Française de Physique, and in partnership with Theodor-Billroth-Academy® & Int’l Consortium of Research Excellence of the TBA®.

4open encourages submissions in the fields of natural sciences, medicine and technology, including material sciences and engineering.

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US McGraw-Hill and Alchemie to co-develop mobile AR learning tools for general chemistry courses - 22 May 2019

McGraw-Hill has announced a new collaboration with Alchemie, a Troy, Michigan-based educational technology startup, on a National Science Foundation grant to research the development of three-dimensional (3D) and augmented reality (AR) learning tools for teaching college-level general chemistry.

Over the next year, a team of McGraw-Hill authors, along with McGraw-Hill instructional designers and product managers will work with the Alchemie team to co-develop and test mobile AR tools for the general chemistry curriculum. These tools, to be available on a range of mobile devices including phone and tablets, will be designed to help students go beyond memorising facts to develop an understanding of course content at a deeper, more conceptual level.

The goal is for the tools to ultimately be embedded into digital courseware on the McGraw-Hill Connect® or ALEKS® learning platforms, making them available to millions of learners. The project is part of McGraw-Hill’s focus on creating learning solutions that are affordable, provide high value and improve learning outcomes for students.

College-level chemistry concepts can be particularly challenging for students to master, and colleges report a relatively high fail rate for entry-level general chemistry courses, especially among under-served student populations. The ultimate objective of the collaboration is to help millions of students complete these gateway courses each year and to improve equity in student success rates, broadening the array of students who pursue in-demand STEM careers.

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US CCC to host Boston Apache Spark User Group Meetup at its Danvers headquarters - 22 May 2019

Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. (CCC), a leader in advancing copyright, accelerating knowledge, and powering innovation, is sponsoring and hosting the Boston Apache Spark User Group Meetup, to be held on May 30, 2019 at its Danvers headquarters.

The Boston Apache Spark User Group is open to technology professionals in the Greater Boston area interested in Apache Spark – what it is, what it does, and what other people are doing with it. Recent Apache Spark meetups were sponsored by WB Games Boston, Quantum Black, and McGraw Hill.

The meetup will feature presentations by CCC’s Matt Kleiderman, Director of Architecture, and Glenn Street, Data Architect. Kleiderman will speak on ’Author Disambiguation in a Knowledge Graph,’ covering how to build a knowledge graph of authorships and citations. Street’s presentation, ’How to (Not) Light a Pile of Money on Fire Using On-Demand Web Services for ETL,’ will describe how Street and his colleagues learned to make the most of on-demand serverless ETL and will offer tips for keeping costs under control.

WB Games’ Principal Big Data Engineer, Nick Afshartous, and Helen Liu, computer science major at Northeastern University and currently on co-op with WB Games, will also present an approach to auto-scaling Amazon EMR clusters running Spark Streaming.

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