What Editors, Authors and Reviewers are saying

I am very grateful to MDPI for the invitation to be the Guest Editor of this Special Issue of Energies. It was an important recognition and a good opportunity [...] Read more.

This is my first time guest editing. Many times, researchers have a lot of experimental work, and it is impossible to dedicate the right attention for editing a book. I [...] Read more.

I consider my experience as a guest editor at MDPI very positive. The dynamism of the editorial team has a differential, considering my collaborations on other platforms. In addition, the [...] Read more.

It was very nice to serve as guest editor. I learned a lot of things related to publication procedure and professional knowledge. The managing editor was very helpful. Thanks to [...] Read more.

Publishing in Horticulturae is a fast way to boost your scientific confidence. The rapid response of editors, rapid review process and publication process made publishing papers in Horticulturae a happy [...] Read more.

The work presented some challenges with respect to its technological focus, including that of several reviewers. In engaging with Indigenous issues and mapping, the contextual framework is considerably different from [...] Read more.

I think that it was a good experience, with excellent staff. The only point is that there are a lot of proposals for Special Issues from many journals and everyone [...] Read more.

Given the opportunity to guest edit SIs in Nanomaterials has enabled me to crystallise my genuine view (since 2000) that nanoscale effects have to be better understood with time for [...] Read more.

It was a great experience. I kept in contact with many colleagues in other countries, creating a network for future collaborations. Also, serving this SI allowed me to read novel [...] Read more.

It was my honor and great pleasure to be the guest Editor of the Special Issue of Nutrients entitled “Dietary Habits, Beneficial Exercise, and Chronic Diseases: Latest Advances and Prospects”. [...] Read more.

The editorial team was efficient and supportive throughout the process. The opportunity to be involved in this has provided learning for me that I feel will assist with the development [...] Read more.

My experience as guest editor for the above-reported Special Issue has been very interesting, as I have had the opportunity to discuss with different authors working in a field of [...] Read more.

It has been a real pleasure editing the issue, especially because the great efficiency and professionalism of the editorial staff. I commend Ms. Tina Wang for her great help in [...] Read more.

I had prepared the brochure information and searched for potential authors based on preliminary information sent from MDPI’s staff, and personally contacted researchers in the field to suggest them to [...] Read more.

The Special Issue was on an important topic in number theory and applications. We had several contributors who submitted their papers. The referees did a remarkable and valuable job. This [...] Read more.

It was great to be a guest editor for the SI. I received excellent support from the SI Managing Editor and from the reviewers. Getting in touch with other researchers [...] Read more.

Very positive—authors and reviewers were dealt with fairly, quickly and constructively. Any questions I had as Guest Editor were addressed extremely helpfully and professionally. I very much enjoyed working with [...] Read more.

There were no particular problems. Instead, I would like to congratulate your collaborator, namely Vivian Niu, for all the help given; even if she was going through some special moments [...] Read more.

I was impressed by the strong support given by the editorial office throughout my journey as a guest editor for the Special Issue. The system used to facilitate the review [...] Read more.

I was contacted by the staff of the journal with a proposed topic (I could specify it further). I could invite some well-known researchers to publish free of charge (many [...] Read more.

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