With an emphasis on quality and meaningful standardisation, Simon Winter joins EMS Press.
Berlin, Germany - 26th January 2021
Simon Winter has joined EMS Press as Production Manager. After graduating in math at Freie Universität Berlin in 2006, Simon joined De Gruyter on their trainee programme, going on to become an editor in their mathematics division. He later founded a company for copyediting and typesetting services in all fields of mathematics that still exists today and employs five people. Seeking a new challenge, he began work as an editor at the renowned German school book publisher Cornelsen. He is now returning to the world of academic publishing with his appointment at EMS Press.
Upon joining the Press, Simon commented “it is a great honour for me to work for a publisher that is anchored in the academic mathematics community like no other and enjoys such a good reputation. My goal is to continue the books and journals program in the highest quality and at the same time to optimise processes and technology such that our authors, editors, and readers benefit from them.”
CEO of EMS Press, Dr. André Gaul, added “The Publishing House of the European Mathematical Society is well known for its highest standards and we are thus delighted to have Simon on board to continue and develop the perfection in our production processes. As a native LaTeX speaker, he will work on making high-quality research results available to the community in a timely manner – both in print and digital formats.”
Those who wish to contact Simon may do so via email.
About EMS Press
EMS Press is a Berlin-based mathematics publisher dedicated to the publication of high-quality, peer-reviewed journals and books. With a digital and print portfolio of more than 20 journals and catalogue of some 200 books, the Press’s editorial team is focused on creating and curating the very best resources for our community. The Press is committed to transparency and openness, with a strong focus on tech-first solutions for academic publishing. EMS Press is an imprint of EMS Publishing House GmbH, a subsidiary of the not-for-profit organisation European Mathematical Society.
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