Athena International Publishing has expanded its journals portfolio with the addition of the journal entitled "Natural Language Processing Research". This journal covers all disciplines of computational linguistics and natural language processing and addresses the fundamental questions in these fields. Natural Language Processing Research was acquired from its founding Editor Kan Li who will continue to act as the Editor-in-Chief of the journal.
Athena International Publishing today announced the launch of a new journal in the field of Software Engineering. The journal entitled “Journal of Software Engineering for Autonomous Systems” continues what was previously the Journal of Automotive Software Engineering which ceased publication at the end of 2021. It is expected that the new journal will be open for submissions from the end of January 2022.
Athena International Publishing added another journal to its journals portfolio today with the acquisition of “Growth and Form”. This journal is devoted to the geometric analysis of growth and form, static and dynamic, as visible in such areas as biology, chemistry and physics. Growth and Form was acquired from its founding Editor Johan Gielis who will continue to act as the Editor-in-Chief of the journal.
Athena International Publishing announced the first journal in its new publishing portfolio today in the area of Materials Science. The journal entitled “Materials Highlights” will publish original research reports, review papers, commentaries and communications in the broadly defined fields of materials science and engineering. It is expected that the journal will be open for submissions from the end of January 2022.
Athena International Publishing will be launching a beta version of its new website and STM content platform in January 2022. The company, which was founded at the end of 2021, will be going live with an initial portfolio consisting of 4 journals, 7 book series and 1 book. All content will be Open Access. It is expected that the full development of all systems and workflows will be completed by mid-2022.