STM Japan

 

Online seminar: The transformation in scholarly publishing:
Research data

27th October 2020

This joint online seminar from the Japan Chapter of STM and the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) will explore a variety of topics around research data bringing together funders, academics, governments
representations and those with an interest in scholarly publishing.

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STM Japan is responsible for coordinating and developing STM Member activities in Japan.
STM Japanは、日本におけるSTM出版社メンバーの活動の調整や展開を確実に行います。

It exists to:
その使命は次のとおりです:

  • Hear issues of concern from members in Japan
    日本のメンバーの懸念や課題の聞き取りを行います
  • Provide input from our Japanese and international members based in Japan into the activities of the Association
    日本の出版社メンバーや日本に活動拠点を有する海外の出版社メンバーの要望を受けてSTM本部の活動プランを策定します
  • Provide local networking opportunities virtually or physically
    対面や電話会議等多様な手段による日本国内ネットワーキングの機会を提供します
  • Act as liaison between the international community and the national publishing associations
    国際的STM出版業界と日本国内の出版社協会との間の良好なコミュニケーションのため活動します。

Barbara Kalumenos
Director, STM Public Affairs

Email: Kalumenos@stm-assoc.org
Phone:  +49 89 5466 2051
Mobile:  +49 173 57 898 71
Fax:       +49 89 5466 2053

STM Japan Chapter group

The STM Japan Chapter focuses on the Japan territory as a forum for discussions of business developments, public affairs, IPR, and others. The STM Japan Chapter group brings together about 15-18 representatives of international and Japanese STM members.

Members of the STM Japan Chapter Group:

  • Katsuhisa Arai, Wiley (Vice Chair)
  • Tony Bocquet , Springer Nature
  • Barry Clarke, Taylor & Francis
  • Riuji Hara, Nankodo
  • Yu Kanehara, Igaku-Shoin
  • Anders Karlsson, Elsevier (Chair)
  • Miki Matoba, OUP
  • Kosei Kamata, IOP
  • Mark Robertson, Chorus
  • Makoto Suzuki, Wolters Kluwer
  • Satoshi Takano, Mainichi
  • Tomii Toshijuki, CCC
  • Yukako Tsukuda, CUP
  • Shuji Uraguchi, Elsevier

Resources

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