Get your up-to-date LaTeX publication list in one click
Use benty-search to find your papers and include them in your 'My Papers' library category.
'My Papers' library category
click on 'Download publication TeX'.
You will receive a tar file with your publication metrics plots and a TeX file containing your publication list including the latest journal reference and citation counts from NASA ADS.
Reading the newest ArXiv/ BioRxiv/ PsyArxiv/ SocArxiv papers
You can request email notifications when new papers are available.
We use machine learning to order the daily list of papers customized to your interest.
The library option allows you to save interesting papers in different library categories.
You can vote for papers, to put them on the next journal club agenda.
You can also see the figures of the paper or directly get its BibTeX.
You can leave comments or questions for papers.
When reading papers you have the option to put papers in your library.
Within the Library you can create as many library categories as you want.
Any library category can be downloaded as a BibTeX file, which you can use when writing publications or grant applications.
The 'My papers' category is special in a sense, that it is linked to your user profile, so others can easily view your publication list.
In the 'My papers' category the NASA ADS publication metrics are displayed.
Start a journal club
The journal club agenda shows the papers voted for by all members ordered by the number of votes.
You can volunteer to present a paper at the meeting by clicking on 'volunteer'.
You can transfer the journal club leadership under 'Open settings' on the right. Just pick another member under the 'Leader' dropdown menu.
If you want to skip the next meeting you can go to 'Open settings' and specify the next meeting date.
You have the choice between marking each paper as discussed manually or automatically clear the agenda after each meeting.
Using benty-search you can find all papers that are published on ArXiv/ BioRxiv/ PsyArxiv/ SocArxiv. In total almost 30 million papers can be accessed through benty-fields.
For each paper you have the usual options: read abstract, see paper figures, see BibTeX, leave a comment, vote for the paper, add it to the library or recommend it to a colleague.
The Job Market
All the jobs you follow are included in a calender, where the application deadlines are highlighted.
You can sign up for daily/weekly/monthly email reminders for upcoming application deadlines.
The site also includes a rumor mill, where you can leave any information you might have about this job (this is anonymous and you can enter this information even without being logged in).
Currently the benty-fields job market site is synchronised with the HEP-SPIRES job market, the AAS job register and Mathjobs. If you think other job advertisement sites should be added, let us know at email@example.com.
Most recently we added the seminars page, where you can advertise live seminars or recordings.
Many institutional seminars are now online, offering the opportunity to have a potentially huge number of seminars available to all of us. All that is needed is that people who organise these seminars make them accessible for everyone, not just people in their institutes.
If any seminar or recording is linked to a paper, the seminar will show up as a embedded video underneath the paper (e.g. on benty-search). If you are an author of a paper which displays such an embedded video, you can edit the seminar or recording under 'My seminars' (if you added the paper to your 'My papers' library category.