Get recognition for the quality of your reviews

Editors can now show their appreciation by rewarding you based on the quality of your reviews

Dr. Barbara Albert"It is wonderful that the new Elsevier tool allows us to nominate reviewers for a special acknowledgement,” said Dr. Barbara Albert, Editor of Solid State Sciences and Full Professor for Inorganic Solid State Chemistry at Technische Universität Darmstadt in Germany.  “Their work is so valuable for us and it is really a challenge to show them how much we actually appreciate it. Now it gets a bit easier."

Dr. Barette G PotterDr. Barette G Potter, Editor of the Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids and a Professor of Materials Science & Engineering at the University of Arizona, said:

“The process of nominating reviewers is relatively straightforward. Hopefully, the archive that is developed by the system (that we can access) will keep a running history of recognitions that we can refer back to as the years go by.”

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Author biographies

Dr. Bahar Mehmani

Dr. Bahar Mehmani, Publishing Innovation Manager at Elsevier, is working on a number of reviewer-related projects, all of which are designed to recognize reviewers' contributions to the progress of science. She received her PhD in Theoretical Physics from the University of Amsterdam in 2010. Before joining Elsevier, she was a postdoctoral researcher at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light.

Ursula van Dijk

Ursula van Dijk has more than 20 years of experience in STM journal marketing. Currently, she leads a team of marketers who support publishing initiatives in the Physical, Formal and Applied Sciences area by communicating and interacting with researchers. Additionally, she is responsible for engaging with reviewers with a focus on initiatives that recognize their contributions to science. She holds a post-graduate degree in journalism.

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