Trivent Publishing belongs to Trivent Conference Office, a multi-national company with over 25 years of experience in the field of academic event management. Throughout its years of experience, Trivent gained the skills and methods employed by professional academic publishing, which materialized into Trivent Publishing.
Trivent Publishing is an open access publisher serving the academic community by publishing peer-reviewed volumes dedicated to academic research. It publishes series and journals in fields such as engineering and industry, philosophy, communication, media sciences, history and arts, medicine, biology, ethics and bioethics, although we are happy to accommodate new academic fields and research approaches.
Trivent Publishing was created by people in the Academia for the people in the Academia with the purpose of facilitating knowledge dissemination in the benefit of academics. All of our books and journals are published open access in order to best suit the purposes of today’s scholarship and to make knowledge available worldwide. We publish in both print and eBook formats.
Prior to publication, all of our manuscripts go through a rigorous peer review process.* In order to assure the correctness of the reviewing process, we ask our reviewers to agree to the COPE Ethical Guidelines for Peer Reviewers. If you wish to become one of our peer reviewers please fill in the New Reviewer Form and send it to us at email@example.com.
* except for our Libri imprint which publishes non-English material sometimes only reviewed by the volume editor.
PUBLISHING SERVICES AND AUTHOR SUPPORT
Trivent Publishing staff offers assistance throughout the entire editorial process. We assist editors and authors starting with their proposal; the first call for papers; individual communication and assistance to all authors of collective volumes; review process management; graphic design; and production. We strive to publish as quickly as possible, within a range of 3 to 6 months, depending on the reviewing process and the submission of the final material.