TU Delft open access deals with publishers

TU Delft Library has made agreements with the following major publishers about open access publishing at no cost or at a discount if the corresponding author is a TU Delft employee.

All agreements are included in the ESAC  Transformative Agreement Registry, this index captures transformative agreements worldwide. These deals are established on the basis of the following criteria: costs, content match with TU Delft and considerations relating to national partnerships. We are in constant negotiation with various publishers worldwide to conclude the most benificial licenses for TU Delft scientists. If you have questions about specific titles / publishers that are not in this list, please contact via library@tudelft.nl.

The costs below are NOT reimbursed by the TU Delft Library.

  • Colour: some journals charge for publishing a figure in colour in print. 
  • Pages: some journals have page charges when you publish more pages than the default number of pages
  • Copyright Permission: fee you have to pay for the reuse of figures, tables
     

ACM - Association for Computing Machinery
The publication costs (APCs) of most ACM journals and proceedings are paid by the TU Delft Library
Deal until the end of 2022

APS - American Physical Society
The publication costs (APCs) of the APS titles Physical Review C, Physical Review D and Physical Review Letters are paid by the TU Delft Library
Deal until the end of 2022

Cogitatio Press
The publication costs (APCs) are paid by the TU Delft Library via a membership
Membership since 2018

Copernicus publications
The publication costs (APCs) are paid by the TU Delft Library
Deal until the end of 2022

EDP Sciences
The publication costs (APCs) are paid by the TU Delft Library
Deal until the end of 2024

Frontiers Media
The publication costs (APCs) are paid by the TU Delft Library
Deal until the end of 2022

IEEE
The APC costs of the IEEE open access journals are paid by TU Delft Library
Deal until the end of 2023

IOP Publishing
The publication costs (APCs) of 44 journals of IOP Publishing are paid by the TU Delft Library
Deal until the end of 2022

IWA publishing
The publication costs (APCs) are paid by the TU Delft Library
Deal until the end of 2024

MDPI
The publication costs (APCs) are paid by the TU Delft Library
Deal until the end of 2022

PeerJ
The publication costs (APCs) are paid by the TU Delft Library
Deal has no end date

PLOS
The publication costs (APCs) are paid by the TU Delft Library
Deal has no end date

Portland Press
The publication costs (APCs) are paid by the TU Delft Library
Deal until the end of 2024

The Royal Society
The publication costs (APCs) of selected journals are paid by the TU Delft Library
Deal until the end of 2022

Royal Society of Chemistry
The publication costs (APCs) are paid by the TU Delft Library
Deal until the end of 2022

Scientific.Net – Trans Tech Publications
The publication costs (APCs) are reimbursed for 50% by the TU Delft Library
Deal until the end of 2024

SciPost
Publish in SciPost free of charge for authors from Delft University of Technology
SciPost Sponsorship since 2018

SPIE
The publication costs (APCs) are paid by the TU Delft Library
Deal until the end of 2022


With the major publishers below, National agreements has been made about open access publishing:

Deal 2022-2025; Publish open access without any costs in more than 60 hybrid journals

Deal 2021-2023; Free of charge publishing, hybrid as well as full open access journals are included in this deal.

Deal 2020-2024, No publishing costs in more than 2200 'hybrid' and full open access journals

Deal 2021-2023; Publish free of charge in a selection of Emerald hybride- and all full open access journals

Deal 2022-2024; Publish without costs open access in over 900 hybrid journals and with a 20% discount in the full open access journals

Deal 2018-2022; Publishing open access in 2,000 hybrid journals at no cost to the author

Deal 2021-2023; Cost free open access publishing in more than 2200 hybrid open access journals

Deal 2022-2024; publish without costs in 34 hybrid and 60 full open access journals

Deal 2021-2023; Publish without costs in over 1.400 hybride open access journals


TU Delft open access book deals with publishers

Sponsoring and Co-Creation of open access books

TU Delft has been a supporter and funder of open access publications since 2004. In addition to the open access publishing of peer reviewed articles, TU Delft would like to emphasize that open access books and book chapters are also of great importance in the free dissemination of science.  As a result TU Delft Library has a long tradition of sponsored books and book chapters that have been made accessible as open access versions. In 2022, a new chapter has opened. From that year on, TU Delft OPEN Publishing has been working closely with several publishers to publish the books of authors affiliated with Delft in open access modus. This is done on the basis of mutual interests and based on affordable financial principles

TU Delft has a partnership with the following publishers:

nai010 publishers specializes in developing, publishing and distributing books in the fields of architecture, urbanism, art and design. Resulting from the merger of NAi Publishers and 010 Publishers as of July 2012, nai010 publishers is the largest internationally orientated Dutch publisher in the fields of architecture, art, photography and design.

Boom uitgevers, imprint Eleven
A family business, Boom uitgevers was founded in 1841 and has since grown into a publishing group whose activities include developing multimedia operations that provide information of the highest standard for the nation. Koninklijke Boom uitgevers distinguishes itself by its independence and reliability. Boom uitgevers aims to provide people with reliable and meaningful information that leads to a better understanding, based on a strong commitment to society.

IOS Press is an independent international scientific, technical, medical (STM) publishing house established in 1987 in Amsterdam. We produce around 90 journals and 70 books annually in a broad range of subject categories, primarily specializing in biomedical and life sciences (including neurosciences, medical informatics, cancer research, rehabilitation) and physical sciences (including computer sciences, artificial intelligence, engineering). In addition, we offer specialized services that support scientific advancement.

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