About Morgan & Claypool Publishers

Morgan & Claypool is an independent book publisher for the Engineering, Computer Science & Information, Life Sciences, and Physics research communities. We publish 75 to 150 page “lectures,” which are longer and more detailed than journal articles but not as unwieldy as handbooks or monographs. We are a firmly established and trusted provider of overviews on critical research or development topics written (and edited) by expert contributors to the field. Morgan & Claypool offers content in a wide variety of options including print, individual eBooks (PDF, ePub, mobi), and scalable digital libraries for institutions.

Digital Libraries
Morgan & Claypool is the publisher of the Synthesis Digital Library of Engineering and Computer Science (launched Fall 2005), and the Colloquium Digital Library of Life Sciences (launched Fall 2009). Synthesis currently comprises nearly 700 titles in six collections and Colloquium has over 130 titles in three collections.

Every book in these collections are available in print and individual eBooks on this site.

Morgan & Claypool is headquartered in San Rafael, California (USA), and has offices in the San Francisco bay area, Fort Collins (Colorado), Bonita Springs (Florida), Seattle (Washington), and Johnson City (New York).

THE PRINCIPALS
Michael B. Morgan, President & CEO, was co-founder of Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, a respected book publisher in computer science. After merging the company with Academic Press in 1998, he then served as VP, Director of Book Publishing at Academic Press while continuing as CEO at Morgan Kaufmann until 2002, when he co-founded Morgan & Claypool.

Joel Claypool, Vice President & Publisher, has been in book publishing for more than 30 years, most recently with Academic Press/Elsevier Science. Joel's career includes founding the development, acquisition and publication of the highly successful CRC Press engineering handbook and book program. He co-founded Morgan & Claypool in 2002.

Richard Dorf, Chairman, is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Professor of the Graduate School of Management at the University of California, Davis. He is the author of numerous books including Modern Control Systems 9th ed, Prentice Hall, Introduction to Electric Circuits 5th ed, Wiley, and Technology, Humans and Society, Academic Press. Dick is also the editor for the CRC engineering handbook series and the volume editor for three of the best selling CRC Press handbooks.