The LaTeX document preparation system is used for publication of scientific documents, mostly in the field of mathematics. LaTex users need to learn to master the system themselves, since the Publications Services do not have the resources to give user support.
The following guidelines apply to papers published in the publication series of the University of Vaasa. They are always published freely accessible online, part of them also in print.
In publishing scientific work, the University of Vaasa brings research findings to public attention and, according to scientific principles, subjects them to assessment by both the public at large and the entire research community. The publishing activity gives the University a profile as a research institute and as a member of the scientific community.
Adherence to these guidelines helps streamline the publishing process. Following the academic rhythm, most publications are completed either in the latter months of the year or in May and June. These guidelines have been designed to ensure enough time for the preparation of all publications. At the same time, they help assure the quality of the publication and speed up the application of the new knowledge.
The University will only accept manuscripts written and submitted according to these guidelines. To avoid multiple revision rounds, manuscripts should be forwarded to the process only after the final revision. This will accelerate the process and help eliminate errors that may occur in dealing with multiple versions.
University research papers are also issued by other organizations, in their publication series or as special publications. The regular publishers of scientific papers usually have their own guidelines that should be studied in advance.
Dissertations and research papers directed at international readers are published in this series.
All dissertation papers published by the University are available in Acta Wasaensia. A dissertation can also be published by another organization. In this case, the candidate him/herself is responsible for the schedule, printing process and expenses.
The publications in this series are published both print and online.
This series includes research studies and reports within the field of basic or applied research intended mainly for a domestic audience. The publications in this series are peer-reviewed and they are in general only published online.
In this series, you can publish various reports, educational materials, feasibility studies, and conference papers. The publications in this series are in general only published online.
The Levón Institute also has a publication series.
Remember to send your finished material to the printing process six weeks before your public defence of a doctoral thesis!
Check out EduLab shortcourses at https://www.tritonia.fi/en/shortcourses
See Navi for current events and follow communities such as Tutkijat - Researchers and Jatko-opiskelijat - Doctoral Students.
A smooth publishing process benefits all parties. The persons listed below will be of service in matters related to publishing and can be given feedback with the aim of improving the process:
University Services, Communications and External Relations
publication process, permissions and agreements for University of Vaasa publications, press release
tel. 029 449 8231
publication process, publication template, reprint permissions, layout, orders
tel. 029 449 8246
See updated information at www.uva.fi (personnel search,
on the front page of the website).