An intriguing invitation from Advances in Pure Mathematics

Now here’s an offer that’s pretty hard to resist.

Date: Sat, 20 Apr 2013 09:06:39
From: Advances in Pure Math.
Reply-To: apm@scirp.org
To: neldredge@math.cornell.edu
Subject: Dr.Nathaniel Eldredge, Invitation to Join our Editorial Board for “Advances in Pure Mathematics”

Invitation to Join Our Editorial Board
Advances in Pure Mathematics
ISSN Online: 2160-0384
Dear Dr. Nathaniel Eldredge,

The Advances in Pure Mathematics (APM, ISSN: 2160-0384 ), plans to recruit new members of the Editorial Board to serve an initial one-year term with renewal options. In view of your outstanding contributions in this area,
I am pleased to invite you to apply to be a member of the Editor Board. More information about it can be found at the following website: www.scirp.org/journal/apm.
Benefits of the position
•  Collaborating with an international editorial leadership team
•  Mentoring authors from all over the world
•  Receiving editorial reviewing resource materials
•  Participating in research projects to improve the editorial process
•  Acquiring knowledge on the latest innovations in qualitative inquiry
•  Gaining a valuable credential for tenure and promotion review
Relevant Information
Members of the board are expected to recommend papers for publication, help to review submitted manuscripts and provide suggestions to promote the journal. If you are interested or have any person to recommend, please feel
free to send your questions or application (including your research areas of interest and CV) to Editorialmanagement@scirp.org

APM Editorial Office

Tempting… very tempting. I’d be in distinguished company, and it would be so rewarding to serve the scientific community as a part of APM’s rigorous peer-review process

2 thoughts on “An intriguing invitation from Advances in Pure Mathematics

  1. APM has recently accepted an ms of mine for publication. They want $600 from authors from first world countries to publish world wide. I am inquiring about their bona fides. Can you help me in this regard?
    Edgar Kann

  2. Greetings all from Nogent-sur-Marne !

    A colleague sent to my lab the following piece:

    http://www.vox.com/2014/11/21/7259207/scientific-paper-scam

    Another manner to respond to predatory reviews…
    Here the feat seems to be the content rather than the credible look of the paper like the outstandingly bluffing mathgen stuff.

    Notice it was accepted.

    Next step: the surreal type, title only, 30 blank pages or the mathgen style in klingon or elfic ?

    Cheers, sincerely.

    Franck

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