Plan for proceedings and conference papers – Associated
If you select this plan, you can get 1 product throughout 6 months. You will not have to make any other investment as our plans include everything from Book series registrations as well as conferences. Keep in mind that once you make the investment, you will have one month to complete the selected pre-print, together with your co-authors, and approximately one month more to obtain the acceptance letter, the publication time of the article will depend on the journal but they will not be able to exceed the duration of the plan. More details below:
Journals scopus and / or wos (SCI-E; SSCI) with impact factor (FI)
Includes registration in journal or open access (if applicable)
Papers conferences indexed in scopus and / or wos (with issn)
1 paper indexed in scopus with income less than 50% (categorized or not in CPCI-S or CPCI-SSH).
Includes paper registration in conferences and / or open access
Yes, up to 500 USD
Effective appointments per year
Possibility of recovering your investment by monetizing as a researcycler
Yes, you can place papers on our platform and get cash
Maximum time to obtain all your products *
Other benefits included.
Thanks to research groups
Certification of your contributions to the project
Collaboration agreement between authors
Invoice for third party payment **
Plagiarism report ***
Support and follow-up
English or Spanish translation (if applicable)
Acquisition or survey of the database (if applicable)
Mechanisms for data processing (if applicable)
Personnel for data processing (if applicable)
Possibility of attending conferences
Publishing options for the plan.
Here are some of the publishing options for this plan. These are only for reference so that co-authors have an idea of the journals, Book series and equivalent quartile conferences papers in which their scientific articles can be published; however 1) the choice of these depends on the main author, 2) RC works with all publication media indexed by SCOPUS and WoS as long as they are not considered predators by the scientific community.