Founded in 1945 and based in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, ISA develops standards; certifies industry professionals; provides education and training; publishes books and technical articles; and hosts conferences and exhibitions for the automation professionals. The organization is set to becoming the standard for automation globally by certifying industry professionals; providing education and training; publishing books and technical articles; hosting conferences and exhibitions for automation professionals; and developing standards for industry.
Intersentia Ltd was originally founded as a subsidiary of Intersentia NV, established in 1997 by Hans Kluwer and based in Mortsel (Belgium). Intersentia is a leading legal publishing house based in Cambridge, UK. Intersentia covers the core of private and public law, as well as the criminal law of different jurisdictions, European Union law, comparative law, international law and human rights. Besides publish academic, professional and educational monographs, and edited collections, Intersentia also have a smaller number of titles dedicated to the fields of business, finance and accounting.
ISEAS Publishing, an established academic press, has issued more than 2000 books and journals. It is the largest scholarly publisher of research about Southeast Asia from within the region. ISEAS Publishing works with many other academic and trade publishers and distributors to disseminate important research and analyses from and about Southeast Asia to the rest of the world.
The Journal of the Burma Research Society (JBRS) was the first academic journal devoted to Burma Studies. The journal started in 1911 about the same time as The Journal of the Siam Society. It was published in Burma but is no longer published today. JBRS had 59 volumes spanning a period of 70 years, with a total of 377 authors writing about 631 subjects. It comprises more than 132 issues with over 1,300 articles (more than 30,000 pages in total), and includes some 500 photos, graphs, charts and maps. Like the Journal of the Siam Society, JBRS was, and still…