Iop Agreement

The agreement allows open access publication in 44 IOPP magazines and is removed for authors. Any modification of these General Terms and Conditions of Sale must be signed in writing and by both parties or by an electronic communication initiated by IOP, which you do not refuse within 30 days. For the avoidance of doubt, none of your terms and conditions, including, but not limited to, those included in orders or other documents relating to your access to the Service, form part of this Agreement, whether sent to IOP before or after the conclusion of this Agreement. This agreement between you and IOP, which is described in these General Terms and Conditions of Sale, will take effect with acceptance by IOP. This Agreement applies to any initial term that we agree in writing with you and will then be continued on an annual rolling basis, provided that you comply with all conditions and that IOP continues to pay all applicable fees. a) access to the Service terminates immediately if you materially violate these Terms and Conditions of Sale and such infringement is not corrected within 30 days of receipt of a written request for compensation for such infringement; or (b) after at least 30 days of prior written notice from IOP to you. This agreement also expires if you refuse to modify these General Terms and Conditions of Sale communicated to you by IOP. In the absence of refusal within 30 days of notification, all new terms and conditions apply. Under the three-year “Read and Publish” agreement, authors linked to consortium member institutions can publish Open Access in 42 IOPP journals, without a publication fee being charged for the publication of qualified articles at the time of publication. In case of withdrawal of one or the other journal, IOP reduces the fee for that calendar year by an amount corresponding to the contribution of the withdrawn content to the total fee. IOP has the right to align any discount due to you with any amounts you owe to IOP as part of an agreement between the parties. The agreement builds on one of the first open access agreements concluded by the UK in 2014.

It will increase the open access publication of participating institutions in 44 IOPP subscription journals by 33% in 2018, with the aim of achieving 100% open access in the first year, for the benefit of researchers, students and the global scientific community. “We are very pleased with this agreement. We already have several transformation agreements in Europe and more will soon be agreed. We want to make publishing Open Access as easy as possible for our authors and help them meet the needs of funders. This agreement allows us to do that.┬áThe agreement allows CERN authors to publish open access in 42 IOPP journals, without barriers and without article publication fees (APCs) for qualified articles at the time of publication. . . .