Open Access Funding
There a lots of possibilities financing your Open Access publications when you are a researcher at TU Delft. We give you an step-by-step plan with te right sequence
- Check the open access publishing requirements of the Funding body of your research: the European program H2020 or the national funder NWO
- Check the national national publisher agreements. Publishing open access in these journals is without costs for TU Delft corresponding authors. All information on the journal level can be found in the Journal Browser
- Check the publishers for which TU Delft Library pays the open access costs such as MDPI, PLoS, Copernicus, Peer, Frontiers and Cogitatio.
- Make use of TU Delft Open Access Fund. Currently 571 articles are sponsored with support of the Fund.
If publishing at a publishers platform is not an option you must archive your final author's version in Delft Repository, (the green way to open access). This is in alligment with TU Delft policy on open access publishing. Check on SHERPA / ROMEO website what you are allowed to do with respect to your authors version.
TU Delft Open Access Fund
The TU Delft Open Access Fund will be distributed on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. Authors can submit a request if they meet the following criteria:
- Check the Open Access options in the TU Delft Journal Browser.
- The contribution only applies to Open Access journals registered in DOAJ.
- The contribution for articles amounts to a maximum of € 2,000. Additional costs are charged to the applicant.
- The contribution for an Open Access book is maximized at € 4,500. For a book chapter this is € 2,000 .
- The corresponding author must have a demonstrable relationship with TU Delft and publish the concerning publication under the affiliation of TU Delft.
- The sponsored articles and books must be published with a Creative Commons license, preferably a CC-BY license.
- The fund managers determine whether your request qualifies for a contribution from the Open Access Fund.
Use the application form for a contribution from the Open Access Fund.