Webinar: How to Publish Open Access with Support from Your Institution

Published March 17, 2021

Dr. Lynn Kamerlin of Uppsala University and Sybille Geisenheyner of ACS Publications guide you through the basics of publishing open access and describe a new path to publication with Read + Publish Agreements in our latest webinar, now available on-demand.

Dr. Lynn Kamerlin offers her perspectives as a leading researcher on open science and her experience publishing open access under Plan S and funder mandates. She shares her first hand experiences of open access with her institution’s support. Sybille Geisenheyner of ACS Publications provides an overview of Read + Publish Agreements and answers questions about their future role in academic publishing.


Caroline Lynn Kamerlin

Caroline Lynn Kamerlin, PhD Professor of Structural Biology, Uppsala University

Dr. Lynn Kamerlin, PhD (Computational Organic Chemistry, University of Birmingham) has been Professor of Structural Biology in the Biochemistry program of the Department of Chemistry – BMC, Uppsala University since 2018. She is also a Wallenberg Scholar, Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, and an alumna and former Chair of the Young Academy of Europe. She currently is EAB with ACS Omega, Journal of Physical Chemistry, Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling, and ACS Catalysis.
Sybille Geisenheyner

Sybille Geisenheyner, Director of Open Science Strategy & Licensing, American Chemical Society,

Sybille is Director of Open Science Strategy & Licensing at ACS Publications. She is an expert in Read + Publish agreements as she implemented the concept first with the Max Planck Society back in 2017 in her previous role at the Royal Society of Chemistry. During her more than twenty years in the industry, Sybille has worked for organizations such as SilverPlatter, Walter de Gruyter, Thomson Reuters and WoltersKluwer.