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Our Vision

"We believe that research papers should not be seen as a cost but rather as an opportunity to create value."

Scholarly publishing

Open Access

Open Access

Free

Free and open source solutions

Excellence

Excellent and reproducible

Transdisciplinarity

Promoting transdisciplinarity

Technological intelligence

research and development

Best technological intelligence tools for R&D

datamining

Based on text-mining and natural language processing

About us

Sylvain Massip and Charles Letaillieur are the two co-founders of Opscidia.

Sylvain Massip, CEO of Opscidia, free and open scientific publishing Sylvain owns a PhD in Physics from the University of Cambridge and has ten years’ experience at the boundaries between science and industry. As a R&D director in a start’up, he had the occasion to work with several academic labs in many different fields. Passionate about research, he believes that scholarly communication can be improved, for the benefit of researchers and beyond.

Charles Letaillieur, CTO of Opscidia, free and open scientific publishing Charles is an internet professional with 10+ years’ experience in crafting disruptive products offering people simple and user friendly internet experience. Having worked on e-democracy and e-administration, open data projects, he believes that social web can make scholarly publishing cheaper and more efficient.

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News

Opscidia is in the news

Logo Sciences et Avenir The french popular science magazine "Sciences et Avenir" published a wide panorama of the on going changes in the schorlaly communication industry : "Scientific publications: the war is declared".
Opscidia is cited as one the (peaceful!) alternative to bring scholarly publishing to open access.

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