All-in-one Abstract Management Software. Abstract and paper submission, peer review, and registration.

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PaperCrowd: Fixing Call for Papers

11 July 2017

We’ve worked with hundreds of research conferences since 2008. One thing that bugs us? How poorly the traditional Call for Papers serves our research community. So we built PaperCrowd a new, global research conference directory.

Conference Planning

Organiser Time Traps #2 – Peer Review

30 October 2013

Picture the scene – you’re a conference chair/organiser and you’ve just closed off your call for papers. You’ve received 300 submissions, even more than you anticipated. You decided early on that each abstract would be reviewed by 3 people, so you have now 900 reviews to be carried out.  So how do you allocate 900…

Peer reviewing

Promoting your conference

27 July 2013

There are numerous channels for promoting conferences, the one you choose will depend on the time and budget you have available. We’ve put together a list of tools that will help you to advertise your event, even with a small budget. [July 2017 Update: Ex Ordo announce PaperCrowd, the free research conference directory. Promote your conference…

Conference Promotion

Ex Ordo wins European Entrepreneurs Award in Finland

18 June 2012

Hurrah! We scooped top prize at the European Business & Innovation Centre (EBN) Award, announced at a major conference in Finland last Friday. The Kauffman FastTrac META Group European Entrepreneurs Award (phew!) is an initiative aimed at EU entrepreneurs who have recently established a high-growth potential start-up. The scope of the prize is to give…

The Scientific Evolution:The Future of Open Publishing

20 April 2012

As part of their Open Science series, the University of Oxford hosted a debate on “The Evolution of Science: Open Publishing” in February 2012. A distinguished group came together in Oxford’s Rhodes House to publicly debate ‘The Scientific Evolution: Open Science and the Future of Publishing’. The diverse panel included publishers, funders, academics and entrepreneurs:…

Research conferences