• Read and Publish Agreement with SPIE 2021-2023

    Information for Max Planck Authors

    The Max Planck Society has established a new Read and Publish agreement with SPIE (International Society for Optics and Photonics) which covers open access publishing of all articles submitted by Max Planck affiliated primary and corresponding authors in all SPIE Gold and Hybrid journals (except Proceedings) under a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY). Under the agreement, the article processing charges will be paid for centrally by the Max Planck Digital Library. The agreement also covers access to the complete portfolio of the SPIE Digital Library. This open access agreement is part of the Max Planck Society’s strategy to enable a large-scale transition of today’s scholarly journals to open access.

    To publish open access without having to pay Article Publication Charges (APCs), the following criteria must be met:

    • A Max Planck author must be the primary or corresponding author of the article.
    • The author is affiliated with a Max Planck Institute and publishes under this affiliation - the Max Planck Institute must be stated in the article.
    • The article is submitted between Jan 1, 2021 and Dec 31, 2023.
    • Charges for additional options (color-in-print, posters etc.) are NOT covered by this agreement.

    When submitting, a Max Planck email address should be used (if possible) and the Max Planck affiliation should be stated. During the production process, SPIE and Max Planck Digital Library will verify author eligibility.

     

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  • Open Access Agreement with Nature 2021-2024

    Information for Max Planck authors

    MPG administrates and participates in the Nature Read & Publish Framework Agreement and centrally covers the Open Access fees for Research Articles in the Nature Research Journals for all Max Planck affiliated corresponding authors. The Nature Review Journals and the Nature Protocols journal are excluded from the Open Access publishing component but are included in the read access, which covers the complete Nature journal portfolio.

    In order to make use of the agreement, please make sure to meet the following conditions when publishing with Nature:

    • The article is published online on or after January 1, 2021 in a Nature Research Journal.
    • To be eligible, the author must be the corresponding author of the article.
    • The author must be affiliated with a Max Planck Institute and must publish under this affiliation – the Max Planck Institute must be stated in the published article.
    • Eligible Research Article types are Analysis, Article, Letter, Brief Communication, Registered Report, Resource, Technical Report.

    • Charges for additional options (color-in-print, posters etc.) are NOT covered by this agreement.

     

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    Nature Press Release:

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  • Open Access Agreement with the Royal Society 2021-2023

    Information for Max Planck Authors

    The Max Planck Society has established a new open access agreement with the Royal Society which covers open access publishing of all articles submitted by corresponding Max Planck authors in all Royal Society Gold and Hybrid journals under a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY). Under the agreement, the article processing charges will be paid for centrally by the Max Planck Digital Library. This open access agreement is part of the Max Planck Society’s strategy to enable a large-scale transition of today’s scholarly journals to open access.

    To publish open access without having to pay Article Publication Charges (APCs), the following criteria must be met:

    • A Max Planck author must be the corresponding author of the article.
    • The author is affiliated with a Max Planck Institute and publishes under this affiliation - the Max Planck Institute must be stated in the article.
    • The article is submitted between Jan 1, 2021 and Dec 31, 2023.
    • All article types are eligible except letters to the editor, corrections, retractions
    • Charges for additional options (color-in-print, posters etc.) are NOT covered by this agreement

    When submitting, a Max Planck email address should be used (if possible) and the Max Planck affiliation should be stated. During the production process, the Royal Society and Max Planck Digital Library will verify author eligibility.

     

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  • Open Access Agreement with the Company of Biologists 2021-2023

    Information for Max Planck Authors

    The Max Planck Society has established a new open access agreement with the Company of Biologists which covers open access publishing of all accepted articles by corresponding Max Planck authors in all 5 CoB Gold and Hybrid journals under a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY). Under the agreement, the article processing charges will be paid for centrally by the Max Planck Digital Library. The agreement also includes access to all CoB content. This open access agreement is part of the Max Planck Society’s strategy to enable a large-scale transition of today’s scholarly journals to open access.

    To publish open access without having to pay Article Publication Charges (APCs), the following criteria must be met:

    • The acceptance date of the article must be between Jan. 1, 2021 and Dec. 31, 2023.
    • The author must publish under the Max Planck affiliation which must also be stated in the published article.
    • The author must be the corresponding author of the article.
    • Please note that charges for additional options (color-in-print, posters etc.) are NOT covered by this agreement.

    Please be advised that the Company of Biologists uses the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) for their workflow, and make sure to use your Max Planck email address at submission and during all stages of production if possible, as the publisher will mainly identify eligibility via email domains. During the production process, the Company of Biologists and Max Planck Digital Library will verify author eligibility.

     

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  • Rockefeller University Press Open Access Agreement 2021-2022

    Information for Max Planck Authors

    MPDL established an agreement with Rockefeller University Press (RUP) which allows authors to publish open access in 3 RUP titles under a free Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY). The hybrid open access agreement with Max Planck Society centrally covers the open access publication charge for Max Planck affiliated corresponding authors, meaning that authors or institutes will not be invoiced.

    In order to make use of the agreement, please make sure to meet the following general conditions when publishing with RUP:

    • A Max Planck author must be the corresponding author of the article.
    • The author is affiliated with a Max Planck Institute and publishes under this affiliation - the Max Planck Institute must be stated in the article.
    • The article matches one of these types: Article, Report, Tools.
    • Charges for additional options (color-in-print, posters etc.) are NOT covered by this agreement

    Please make sure to use your Max Planck email address if possible and state your Max Planck affiliation at submission and during all stages of production to enable identification for eligibility under the agreement. During the production process, RUP and Max Planck Digital Library will verify author eligibility.

     

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  • Portland Press Open Access Agreement 2021-2023

    Information for Max Planck Authors

    MPDL established an agreement with Portland Press which allows authors to publish open access in all Portland Press/Biochemical Society journals under a free Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY). The open access agreement with Max Planck Society centrally covers the open access publication charge for Max Planck affiliated corresponding authors, meaning that authors or institutes will not be invoiced.

    In order to make use of the agreement, please make sure to meet the following general conditions when publishing with Portland Press:

    • A Max Planck author must be the corresponding author of the article.
    • The author is affiliated with a Max Planck Institute and publishes under this affiliation - the Max Planck Institute must be stated in the article.
    • The article is accepted between Jan 1, 2021 and Dec 31, 2023 in a Portland Press/Biochemical Society journal.
    • Charges for additional options (color-in-print, posters etc.) are waived when publishing open access.

    Please make sure to use your Max Planck email address at submission and during all stages of production if possible, as the publisher will mainly identify eligibility via email domains. During the production process, Portland Press and Max Planck Digital Library will verify author eligibility.

     

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  • Mary Ann Liebert Open Access Agreement 2021-2023

    Information for Max Planck Authors

    MPDL established an agreement with Mary Ann Liebert which allows authors to publish open access in all currently subscribed Mary Ann Liebert titles under a free Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY). The hybrid open access agreement with Max Planck Society centrally covers the open access publication charge for Max Planck affiliated corresponding authors meaning that authors or institutes will not be invoiced.

    In order to make use of the agreement, please make sure to meet the following general conditions when publishing with Mary Ann Liebert:

    • A Max Planck author must be the corresponding author of the article.
    • The author is affiliated with a Max Planck Institute and publishes under this affiliation - the Max Planck Institute must be stated in the article.
    • The article matches one of these types: Original Research Article, Review Article.
    • Charges for additional options (color-in-print, posters etc.) are NOT covered by this agreement

    Please make sure to use your Max Planck email address at submission and during all stages of production if possible, as the publisher will mainly identify eligibility via email domains. During the production process, Mary Ann Liebert and Max Planck Digital Library will verify author eligibility.

     

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  • Open Access Agreement with AIP Publishing (AIPP)

    Information for Max Planck Authors

    The Max Planck Society has established a new open access agreement with AIP Publishing (AIPP), which covers open access publishing of all accepted articles by submitting corresponding Max Planck authors in AIP-owned subscription journals (more titles to follow in 2021) under a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY); under the agreement, the relative article processing charges will be paid for centrally by the Max Planck Digital Library. The agreement also covers read access to all journals available via AIPP. This open access agreement is part of the Max Planck Society’s strategy to enable a large-scale transition of today’s scholarly journals to open access.

    To publish open access without having to pay Article Publication Charges (APCs), the following criteria must be met:

    • The acceptance date of the article must be between Jan. 1, 2020 and Dec. 31, 2022.
    • The article is a peer-reviewed primary research article or review article.
    • The author must publish under the Max Planck affiliation, which must also be stated in the published article.
    • The author must be the submitting and corresponding author of the article. Please note that in order to be eligible it is not sufficient to be corresponding author in name only.
    • The author identifies himself/herself by selecting his/her Max Planck Institute during submission.
    • The submitting corresponding author executes a CC BY license.

    Please note that charges for additional options (color-in-print, posters etc.) are NOT covered by this agreement.

    Please note that AIPP gold OA journals are not part of the agreement.

     

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  • Open Access Monographs Agreement with Nomos

    Information for Max Planck Authors

    In order to make use of the agreement, the following conditions must be met:

    • Authors or editors publishing a book with Nomos and receiving a print grant from their Max Planck Institute are eligible.
    • Author or editor must be affiliated with an eligible Max Planck institution.
    • Publishing date of the book is between July 1, 2020 and June 30, 2023.
    • CC BY license is the default, other CC licenses are acceptable.

     

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  • Open Access Agreement with American Physical Society (APS)

    Information for Max Planck Authors

    The Max Planck Society has established a new open access agreement with the American Physical Society (APS) which covers open access publishing in all APS Journals (except “Review of Modern Physics” and “Physics”) by Max Planck affiliated initial corresponding authors under a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY). Under the agreement, the article processing charges will be covered centrally by the Max Planck Digital Library. The agreement also covers read access to the APS journal portfolio. This open access agreement is part of the Max Planck Society’s strategy to enable a large-scale transition of today’s scholarly journals to open access.

    To publish open access without having to pay Article Publication Charges (APCs), the following criteria must be met:

    • The acceptance date of the article must be between Jan. 01, 2020 and Dec. 31, 2024.
    • The author must publish under the Max Planck affiliation. The respective Max Planck Institute must be stated in the published article.
    • The author must be the initial corresponding author of the article, which is the author identified as the corresponding author in the intitial instance of submission of a manuscript to one of the publisher's journals. Please note that it is not possible to obtain eligibility under the agreement through later changes in the corresponding authorship.
    • All article types accepted in the participating journals are eligible, including but not limited to: Regular Articles, Letters, Rapid Communications, Reviews, Perspectives, and Short Papers.
    • Please use your Max Planck email address and state your Max Planck affiliation during submission and in correspondence whenever possible to ensure identification as eligible under the agreement.

    Please note that charges for additional options (color-in-print, posters etc.) are NOT covered by this agreement.

     

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  • Open Access Agreement with Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)

    Information for Max Planck Authors

    The Max Planck Society has established a new open access agreement with the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) which covers open access publishing of all accepted articles by corresponding Max Planck authors in all ACM journals under a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY). Under the agreement, the article processing charges will be paid for centrally by the Max Planck Digital Library. The agreement also covers read access to the complete ACM Digital Library (including the entire publication portfolio and archive) with the sole exception being the ACM Book Series, which is not included. This open access agreement is part of the Max Planck Society’s strategy to enable a large-scale transition of today’s scholarly journals to open access.

     

    In order to make use of the agreement, please make sure to meet the following conditions and mind the following guidelines when publishing with ACM:

    • Eligible articles must be published on or after the agreement’s start date May 1, 2020 or accepted for publication prior to the termination date December 31, 2023.
    • A Max Planck affiliated author must be the corresponding author of the article.
    • The corresponding author is affiliated with a Max Planck Institute and publishes under this affiliation - the Max Planck Institute must be stated in the published article.
    • Research articles, reviews, conference proceedings, and all article types for which ACM levies article processing charges (APC) are eligible under the agreement.
    • In order to be identified as eligible, please state your Max Planck affiliation and use your institutional Max Planck email address in the ACM submission system.

    Please note that charges for additional options (color-in-print, posters etc.) are NOT covered by this agreement.

     

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  • Open Access Agreement between Projekt DEAL and Wiley

    Information for Max Planck Authors

    The Max Planck Society participates in the agreement between Projekt DEAL and Wiley and centrally covers the Open Access fees for affiliated corresponding authors in all Wiley hybrid and fully Open Access journals.

    In order to make use of the agreement, please make sure to meet the following conditions when publishing with Wiley:

    • The article has been accepted for publication by a Wiley hybrid or fully open access journal.
    • The acceptance date of the article is on or after 22 January 2019 in the case of fully open access journals and on or after 1 July 2019 in the case of hybrid journals.
    • To be eligible, the author must be the submitting and corresponding author of the article. Please note that in order to be eligible it is not sufficient to be corresponding author in name only.
    • The author must be affiliated with a Max Planck Institute and must publish under this affiliation – the Max Planck Institute must be stated in the published article.
    • The article matches one of these types: Primary research articles or review articles.
    • Charges for additional options (page charges, color-in-print, posters etc.) are NOT covered by this agreement.

    You can find detailed information about the workflows for authors in Wiley’s hybrid and fully open access journals here:

    Fully OA journal workflow

    Hybrid OA journal workflow (OnlineOpen)

     

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  • Open Access Agreement with Cambridge University Press

    Information for Max Planck Authors

    Building on the ‘read and publish’ agreement coordinated by the Bavarian State Library (BSB) with financial support from the German Research Foundation (DFG), MPDL on behalf of the Max Planck Society has now entered in a new open access agreement with Cambridge University Press (CUP), which allows authors to publish open access in all CUP fully open access and hybrid journals. The Open Access agreement with Max Planck Society centrally covers the open access charge for affiliated submitting corresponding authors who publish in CUP journals under a Creative Commons license. In addition, MPG members will have access to CUP’s full collection of nearly 400 journals.

    In order to make use of the agreement, please make sure to meet the following conditions when publishing with CUP:

    • The article has been accepted by a fully open access or hybrid CUP journal. From the perspective of the Max Planck Society a CC-BY license should be selected (as the only compatible license wit EU and other funder mandates), if offered by the journal.
    • A Max Planck author must be the submitting and corresponding author of the article. Please note that in order to be eligible it is not sufficient to be corresponding author in name only. Please observe that CUP uses the Copyright Clearance Center/RightsLink (CCC) for their workflow. Authors will receive a notification from CUP to set up an account with CCC after acceptance. There the submitting corresponding author must fill in their Max Planck institution.
    • The author is affiliated with a Max Planck Institute and publishes under this affiliation – the Max Planck Institute must be stated in the article
    • The agreement is in effect from Jan. 1, 2019 to Dec. 31, 2021. Be advised that relevant for eligibility is the date the article is processed by CCC, not the submission or acceptance date.
    • The article matches one of these types: Research Article, Review Article, Rapid Article
    • Charges for color option apply to print only and are NOT covered by this agreement
    • Articles that have been missed can be made open access retroactively, but only within the same calendar year and only upon request by the author.

     

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  • Open Access Agreement with EDP Sciences

    Information for Max Planck Authors

    The Max Planck Society established a new agreement with EDP Sciences which includes access to the Astronomy & Astrophysics journal content as well as allowing authors to publish open access in the journal. The Open Access agreement with Max Planck Society centrally covers the open access charge for affiliated corresponding authors in this subscription-based hybrid journal under a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY). This open access agreement is part of the Max Planck Society’s strategy to enable a large-scale transition of today’s scholarly journals to open access.

    In order to make use of the agreement, please make sure to meet the following conditions when publishing with Astronomy & Astrophysics:

    • The article has been accepted for publication in Astronomy & Astrophysics between Jan. 1, 2019 and Dec. 31, 2021.
    • A Max Planck affiliated author must be the corresponding author of the article and must publish under this affiliation – the Max Planck affiliation must be stated in the published article
    • The article matches one of these types: Original articles, Letters

    Please note that charges for additional options (color-in-print, posters etc.) are NOT covered by this agreement.

    When submitting, the Max Planck affiliation should be stated. During the production process, EDP Sciences and Max Planck Digital Library will verify author eligibility.

     

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  • Open Access Agreement with American Chemical Society (ACS)

    Information for Max Planck Authors

    The Max Planck Society has established a new open access agreement with the American Chemical Society (ACS) which covers open access publishing of all accepted articles by submitting corresponding Max Planck authors in ACS journals that offer a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY); under the agreement, the relative article processing charges will be paid for centrally by the Max Planck Digital Library. The agreement also covers read access to the ACS “All Publications” Package and Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN). This open access agreement is part of the Max Planck Society’s strategy to enable a large-scale transition of today’s scholarly journals to open access.

    To publish open access without having to pay Article Publication Charges (APCs), the following criteria must be met:

    • The acceptance date of articles in subscription journals must be between Jan. 1, 2019 and Dec. 31, 2022; as of Feb. 18, 2021 this also applies to fully Open Access journal titles of ACS.
    • The author must publish under the Max Planck affiliation which must also be stated in the published article.
    • The author must be the submitting and corresponding author of the article. Please note that in order to be eligible it is not sufficient to be corresponding author in name only.
    • Authors must actually submit the article from their Max Planck e-mail address and be the one to communicate with ACS during the production process.
    • As the agreement aims to facilitate immediate open access availability, applications for funding should be made immediately but no later than 2 weeks after the ACS acceptance notification .

    Please note that charges for additional options (color-in-print, posters etc.) are NOT covered by this agreement. Please be advised that ACS uses the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) for their workflow. Authors will receive a notification from ACS to set up an account with CCC after acceptance.

     

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  • Open Access Agreement with Oxford University Press

    Information for Max Planck Authors

    The Max Planck Society renewed the agreement with Oxford University Press (OUP) which includes access to OUP’s full journal collection as well as allowing authors to publish open access in subscription journals. The Open Access agreement with Max Planck Society centrally covers the open access charge for affiliated corresponding authors in those subscription-based journals that are offering the hybrid open access option and have a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY). Only a few OUP hybrid journals are excluded that do not use the Author Services online licensing and payment system. You can find a list of all eligible OUP journals here.

    In order to make use of the agreement, please make sure to meet the following conditions when publishing with OUP:

    • The article has been accepted by an OUP journal that offers a CC-BY license. Please observe that the agreement requires authors to select the CC-BY license, not CC-BY-NC or CC-BY-NC-ND.
    • A Max Planck author must be the corresponding author of the article.
    • The author is affiliated with a Max Planck Institute and publishes under this affiliation – the Max Planck Institute must be stated in the article
    • The acceptance date of the article is between Jan. 1, 2021 and Dec. 31, 2021.
    • Charges for additional options (color-in-print, posters etc.) are NOT covered by this agreement.

    When submitting, a Max Planck email address should be used if possible. Once your article is accepted, OUP will send a link to its online licensing and payment system, Author Services. There, authors will be asked to state their affiliation in the auto-select pick list. During the production process, OUP and Max Planck Digital Library will verify author eligibility.

     

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  • Open Access Publishing with Taylor & Francis and Cogent

    Information for Max Planck Authors

    The Max Planck Society established a new agreement with Taylor & Francis which includes access to almost 300 Taylor & Francis journals as well as allowing authors to publish open access in about 2.000 Taylor & Francis and Cogent journals offering a CC license option. In order to find out about the specific license types offered, please use the publisher's OA journal finder http://authorservices.taylorandfrancis.com/journal-list/.

    In order to make use of the agreement, please make sure to meet the following conditions when publishing with Taylor & Francis and Cogent:

    • The article has been accepted by a Taylor & Francis or Cogent journal offering a CC-BY license (if CC-BY is not offered by the journal, another CC license is acceptable).
    • A Max Planck author must be the corresponding author of the article.
    • The author is affiliated with an eligibile Max Planck institution and publishes under this affiliation.
    • The acceptance date of the article is between Jan 1, 2020 and Dec 31, 2022.
    • Eligible article types under this agreement are primarily article types with the nature of an original paper or review paper.

    Please note that charges for additional options (color-in-print, posters etc.) are NOT covered by this agreement.

    When submitting, a Max Planck email address should be used (if possible) and the Max Planck affiliation should be stated. During the production process, Taylor & Francis and Max Planck Digital Library will verify author eligibility.

     

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  • RSC Read & Publish Agreement

    Information for Max Planck Authors

    The Max Planck Society established a new agreement with the Royal Society of Chemistry ("RSC Read & Publish") which includes access to all RSC journals content as well as allowing authors to publish open access in subscription journals. The Open Access agreement with Max Planck Society centrally covers the open access charge for affiliated corresponding authors in those subscription-based journals that are offering the hybrid open access option and that also have a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY).

    In order to make use of the agreement, please make sure to meet the following conditions when publishing with RSC:

    • The article has been accepted by an RSC subscription journal that offers a CC-BY license.
    • A Max Planck author must be the corresponding author of the article.
    • The author is affiliated with a Max Planck Institute and publishes under this affiliation.
    • The acceptance date of the article is between Jan 1, 2021 and Dec 31, 2022.
    • The article matches one of these types: Communication, Paper, Review-type article.
    • Charges for additional options (color-in-print, posters etc.) are NOT covered by this agreement.

    When submitting, a Max Planck email address should be used (if possible) and the Max Planck affiliation should be stated. During the production process, RSC and Max Planck Digital Library will verify author eligibility.

    There is no central payment for publishing in RSC Gold Open Access journals, but all Max Planck corresponding authors receive a 15% discount for article charges for RSC Gold Open Access.

     

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  • IOP Open Access Agreement 2018-2021

    Information for Max Planck Authors

    MPDL established an agreement with Institute of Physics Publishing (IOP) which allows authors to publish open access in selected Gold Open Access and subscription journals under a free Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY). The agreement also includes access to IOP's premium journal collection IOPScience extra. The open access agreement with Max Planck Society centrally covers the open access publication charge for Max Planck affiliated corresponding authors meaning that authors or institutions will not be invoiced.

    In order to make use of the agreement, please make sure to meet the following general conditions when publishing with IOP:

    • A Max Planck author must be the corresponding author of the article.
    • The author is affiliated with a Max Planck Institute and publishes under this affiliation - the Max Planck Institute must be stated in the article.
    • The acceptance date of the article is between Jan 1, 2018 and Dec 31, 2021 (for the newly included Gold Open Access journals indicated with *, the acceptance date must be between Jan 1, 2020 and Dec 31, 2021).
    • The article matches one of these types: article, special issue article, letter.
    • Charges for additional options (color-in-print, page charges, posters etc.) are NOT covered by this agreement.

              or one of these selected IOP Gold Open Access journals:

              New Journal of Physics

              Environmental Research Letters

              Journal of Physics Communications

              Materials Research Express*

              Environmental Research Communications*

              JPhys Complexity* (Fees waived in 2020)

              JPhys Materials* (Fees waived in 2020)

              JPhys Photonics* (Fees waived in 2020)

              Journal of Physics: Energy* (Fees waived in 2020)

              Machine Learning: Science and Technology* (Fees waived in 2020)

              Nano Express* (Fees waived in 2020)

              Materials for Quantum Technology* (Fees waived until 2022)

     

    When submitting, a Max Planck email address should be used (if possible) and the Max Planck affiliation should be stated. During the production process, IOP and Max Planck Digital Library will verify author eligibility.

     

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  • Open Access Agreement between Projekt DEAL and Springer Nature

    Information for Max Planck authors

    The Max Planck Society participates in the agreement between Projekt DEAL and Springer Nature and centrally covers the Open Access fees for affiliated corresponding authors in ca. 2.500 Springer Nature hybrid and fully Open Access journals (incl. Scientific Reports and Nature Communications). Nature journals, magazines (e.g. Scientific American, Spektrum der Wissenschaft) and technical journals (e.g. ATZ, MTZ) are not included in the DEAL agreement.

    In order to make use of the agreement, please make sure to meet the following conditions when publishing with Springer Nature:

    • The article has been accepted for publication by a Springer Nature hybrid or fully open access journal.
    • The online publication date of the article is on or after 1 January, 2020 in the case of hybrid journals and on or after 1 August 2020 in the case of fully open access journals.
    • To be eligible, the author must be the corresponding author of the article. Please note that in order to be eligible it is not sufficient to be corresponding author in name only, but the author must act as main contact for Springer Nature after editorial acceptance.
    • The author must be affiliated with a Max Planck Institute and must publish under this affiliation – the Max Planck Institute must be stated in the published article.
    • The article matches one of these types:

      - In the case of hybrid journals: OriginalPaper, ReviewPaper, BriefCommunication, EditorialNotes, BookReviews, Letters, Reports. Please note that in certain medical specialist journals (so-called "Facharztzeitschriften", see column J in the journal title list) only unsolicited (not requested) research articles (OriginalPaper, ReviewPaper, BriefCommunication) are eligible.

      - In the case of fully open access journals: OriginalPaper, ReviewPaper, BriefCommunication.
    • Charges for additional options (color-in-print, posters etc.) are NOT covered by this agreement.

    You can find further information for authors on Springer Nature’s information page on the DEAL agreement here:

    English / German

    and on the DEAL FAQ for authors:

    English / German

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    Open Access at the Max Planck Society

     

     

  • General Access Conditions and Terms of Use of Electronic Resources

    Generally, the contracts allow electronic access to information to staff members, guest scientists, Ph. D. students and postdocs affiliated to a Max-Planck institution.

    In general the main conditions are:

    • The access is allowed for scientific and personal purposes only. Any usage for commercial purposes is prohibited
    • Users are requested to respect the rules of scientific citing
    • Only single articles may be downloaded. To make copies only for personal or scientific purposes is permitted
    • Generally users are not allowed to send electronic copies (PDFs) to recipients outside the Max-Planck Society
    • In those cases where a password is used, this must be kept confidential and must not be disclosed to third parties.
    • Any systematic downloading of articles or search results, in particular by robots, is prohibited; this also applies to systematic downloads via reference management software (i.e. EndNote)
    • All publishers reserve the right to disable access in cases of reasonable suspicion for abuse. Similarly, any breach of copyright can entail the same consequences. Technically this means that a campus if not the whole Max Planck Society may be switched off from access to the respective publisher's server.
    • Users are recommended to read the Conditions of use for publishers of resources relevant to them.

    German version: MPDL Librarian Center

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  • Open Access for Libraries

     

    Allgemeine Informationen

    Die Max-Planck-Gesellschaft unterstützt seit über zehn Jahren Initiativen zu "Open Access" und nimmt gleichzeitig als Begründerin der Berliner Erklärung und der sogenannten Berlin-Konferenzen eine Vorreiterrolle ein. Gut zwölf Prozent aller Max-Planck-Originalpublikationen sind mittlerweile im Open Access verfügbar. Diese Entwicklung soll weiterhin bestärkt und befördert werden, denn die unmittelbare, allgemeine und freie Zugänglichkeit des gesamten wissenschaftlichen Wissens ist erklärtes Ziel der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft.

    Die MPDL unterstützt Open Access zum einen durch die Bereitstellung des Repositoriums "MPG.PuRe", das für die Veröffentlichung von Forschungsarbeiten als Original- oder Zweitveröffentlichung aus der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft von allen Instituten und Mitarbeitern genutzt werden kann. Des Weiteren werden im Bereich Information/Grundversorgung seit 2003 Rahmenverträge abgeschlossen, die eine zentrale kostenübernahme für Open-Access-Publikationskosten für MPG-Autoren regeln. Eine Übersicht über diese Verträge finden Sie unter "Open Access Publishing".

    Weitere Informationen

    Materialien

    Kontakt

    • This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Open Access & License Management Phone +49 (0) 89 909311 253

     

    Open Access Publishing

     

    Open Access Archiving

    Repositorium der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft MPG.PuRe

    Open Access "Green" Konditionen

    Zweitveröffentlichungsrecht

  • Authentifizierung und Registrierung

     

    MPDL Campus & Travel Magic

    Den Wissenschaftlern in der MPG soll der Zugang zu den benötigten wissenschaftlichen Informationsressourcen so leicht wie möglich gemacht werden. Hierbei unterstützt die MPDL die Institute. Innerhalb des Institutscampus wird der Zugriff meist über IP-Kontrolle ermöglicht. Doch auch für Zugriffe von unterwegs bietet die MPDL Lösungen an.

    Weiterführende Informationen zu MPDL Access Magic

     

    Zugang zu CAS SciFinder

    Für Datenbanken CAS/Scifinder und STN ist eine persönliche Anmeldung erforderlich:

    Anmeldeseiten für CAS/SciFinder und STN

     

    Registrierung für die Nutzung von iThenticate Plagiatserkennungs-Software

     

    Scopus IDs

    Scopus ist eine Zitations- und Abstractdatenbank für wissenschaftliche Journalbeiträge (seit 2004 von Elsevier zur Verfügung gestellt und seit Anfang 2010 für die MPG lizensiert).

    Aus dem Literaturverwaltungsprogramm Papers der Firma Mekentosj kann unter anderem auch in der Scopus-Datenbank recherchiert werden. Dies erfordert jedoch eine vorherige Registrierung der zugehörigen Institution bei Elsevier und die Angabe der Scopus Account ID der Institution. Weiterführende Erläuterungen finden Sie auf der Seite des Anbieters. Um Ihre Scopus Account ID zu erfahren, wenden Sie sich bitte an This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
     
  • Zugangssysteme

    Die Max-Planck-Gesellschaft hat das Ziel, jedem Mitarbeiter die für ihre/seine Arbeit notwendigen Informationsquellen in möglichst leicht zugänglicher Form zur Verfügung zu stellen. Die MPDL entwickelt und betreut Systeme und Werkzeuge, die in diese instituts-spezifischen Zugänge eingebunden werden können und Hintergrund-Funktionalitäten zur Verfügung stellen. Für Fragen zu den genannten Systemen stehen wir gerne zur Verfügung.

    Kontakt: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Bibliothekssysteme

    Innerhalb der MPG kommen viele verschiedene Bibliothekssysteme zum Einsatz. Häufiger verwendet sind Aleph, PICA (Voraussetzung für die Verbundteilnahme beim GBV), KOHA, Allegro und Libero. Daneben gibt es weitere andere Systeme - auch selbstentwickelte Lösungen.

    Am Weitesten verbreitet ist Aleph von Ex Libris. Fast 40 Bibliotheken (Liste) nutzen diese zentral lizenzierte Software. Die MPDL partizipiert aktiv an den Arbeitsgruppen der Aleph-Nutzer, steht aber genauso unterstützend für alle anderen Systeme zur Verfügung. Catalog Enrichment und Discovery sind z.B. Themen, die alle Bibliotheken betreffen.

    Die MPDL sieht sich als Ansprechpartner für die verschiedensten Anliegen und Fragen, die sich rund um das Bibliothekssystem ergeben. Sie will Hilfestellungen geben und an zentraler Stelle Informationen anbieten, um gemeinsam mit den BibliothekarInnen, die beste Lösung zu finden.

    Citation Linker

    Der Citation Linker erlaubt die direkte Suche einzelner Artikel, Zeitschriften oder Bücher und liefert die entsprechenden Links zu den Volltexten oder anderen relevanten Ressourcen. Erforderlich sind die Eingabe möglichst aller bekannten Informationen und ein Klick auf den MPG/SFX Button.

    Citation Linker

    Elektronische Zeitschriftenbibliothek, EZB

    Die Elektronische Zeitschriftenbibliothek verzeichnet mehr als 37.000 elektronische Zeitschriften und die zugehörigen Lizenzinformationen aus etwa 550 Bibliotheken und Bibliothekskonsortien. Zum jetzigen Zeitpunkt nehmen 65 MPI-Bibliotheken an der EZB teil und machen das Angebot damit zu einem wichtiger Baustein in der MPG-Informationsarchitektur. Die EZB dient den Wissenschaftlern und Bibliothekaren der MPG als Einstiegspunkt zum elektronischen Zeitschriftenangebot.

    Weiterführende Informationen zur EZB

    MPG Bibliothekskataloge

    Eine Übersicht über alle in der MPG betriebenen Bibliothekskataloge findet sich in MPG.ReNa. Die meisten der Systeme sind in die gemeinsame MPG-Katalogsuche eingebunden.

    MPG.eBooks

    Im E-Books-Index der MPG sind mehr als eine 600.000 wissenschaftliche E-Books mit Volltextzugriff nachgewiesen. Der Bestand wird kontinuierlich erweitert.

    MPG.eBooks

    MPG.ReNa

    Der MPG Resource Navigator (ReNa) listet und beschreibt alle E-Journal-Pakete, E-Book-Kollektionen und Datenbanken, die den MPG Wissenschaftlern zur Verfügung stehen.

    MPG.ReNa

    MPG/SFX-Server

    Der MPG/SFX-Server ist ein Link-Resolver. Dessen Startpunkte werden auf Referenzen in den Quelldokumenten (Trefferlisten in bibliographischen Datenbanken, Referenzlisten von wissenschaftlichen Artikeln, ...) gesetzt. Von dort ermöglicht es SFX, weiterführende Dienste auszuwählen (z.B. Weiterleitung zum elektronischen Volltext, Bestandsnachweise, Bestelloptionen, weitere Recherche-Möglichkeiten).

    MPG/SFX Demo

  • Erwerbung

    Die Erwerbung ist ein zentrales Feld der Zusammenarbeit zwischen MPDL und Institutsbibliotheken. Um die Bedarfe der Institute zu ermitteln, zu bündeln und zu unterstützen, werden verschiedene Instrumente und Prozesse eingesetzt. Dahinter steht eine seit vielen Jahren eingespielte Praxis, die kontinuierlich weiterentwickelt wird. 

     

    Bedarfserhebungen

    Zur Definition und Austarierung unseres Angebotsportfolios von Zeitschriften oder elektronischen Büchern eines Verlages gehört die Ermittlung, Aggregierung und Gewichtung der Bedarfe an den Max-Planck-Instituten. Wann immer ein Anlass vorliegt, wird eine entsprechende Bedarfserhebung vorbereitet und durchgeführt. Dazu werden aufbereitete Titellisten sowie ggf. die dazugehörigen Bestandsdaten und Nutzungszahlen auf Institutsebene zur Verfügung gestellt und jedes Max-Planck-Institut erhält die Möglichkeit, Titel des eigenen Bedarfs zu identifizieren und mit einer Wertekategorie zu versehen.

    Aktuell stehen keine Bedarfserhebungen an. Sobald wieder eine Bedarfserhebung durchgeführt wird, findet sich der Einstieg zu diesem Service an dieser Stelle.

     

    Wunschliste

    Ein wichtiges Instrument ist die Meldung und Bewertung von Beschaffungsvorschlägen durch die Institutsbiliotheken. Mit der Wunschliste der MPG-Bibliotheken (Login erforderlich) betreibt die MPDL ein für alle Institute einsehbares Datenbanksystem, in dem die Vorschläge, Beurteilungen und zugehörigen Entscheidungsprozesse transparent dokumentiert sind.

    Die Plattform ist nur für registrierte Institutsaccounts zugänglich. Interessierte Institute ohne Login bitten wir um eine eMail an This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

     

    E-Book Einzeltitelerwerb

    Die MPG hat mit verschiedenen Anbietern Rahmenverträge zum lokalen Einzeltitelerwerb von E-Books geschlossen. Informationen zu den jeweiligen E-Book-Bestellverfahren, ein entsprechendes Bestellformular sowie weitere Dokumente (z.B. Checkliste für Vertragsabschlüsse) finden Sie auf unseren Serviceseiten (MPG intern).

     

    Normen

    Über die MPDL können benötigte DIN-, ISO- und VDI-Normen erworben werden. Im Gegensatz zum E-Book-Einzeltitelerwerb werden die Kosten für diese Dokumente zentral übernommen. Nach Erwerb werden die Normen in den Zugangssystemen nachgewiesen und für MPG-weiten Zugriff bereitgestellt. Bitte benutzen Sie für die Bestellung das entsprechende Formular auf den Serviceseiten (MPG intern).

     

    DDP-Konditionen

    Einige Lizenzverträge der Grundversorgung beinhalten DDP-Konditionen (deep discount price), die Einrichtungen der MPG e.V. den rabattierten Bezug von gedruckten Zeitschriften ermöglichen. Wir haben diese Sonderkonditionen als Excel-Liste für Sie zusammengestellt.

     

    National- und Allianzlizenzen

    Für die nationallizenzierten bzw. deutschlandweit ohne Kosten zugänglichen Ressourcen (s. Übersicht) übernimmt die MPDL die Registrierung als zentralen Service für die gesamte MPG.

    Bei den Allianzlizenzen prüft das Lizenzteam der MPDL zunächst, ob das Produkt für eine MPG-weite Lizenzierung in Frage kommt und gibt die Information anschließend an die MPG-Bibliotheken weiter. Falls kein zentraler Vertrag geplant ist, können die Institute lokal an der Allianzlizenz teilnehmen. Dazu wird im Nationallizenz-Portal ein zusätzlicher Institutsaccount erstellt ("Dummy-Account").

    Die Liste der DFG-geförderten Ressourcen kann über den Funding-Filter in MPG.ReNa eingesehen werden.

    Bei Problemen oder Rückfragen kontaktieren Sie uns bitte mit einer eMail an This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

     

  • Ressourcen

     

    Lizenzierte Produkte

    Informationen über Zugriff, Inhalt und Lizenzzeitrüume von kostenpflichtigen Ressourcen, die derzeit im Rahmen der Grundversorgung verfügbar sind, erhalten Sie über den Resource Navigator (MPG.ReNa).  

     

     

    Titellisten

    Verlinkungen zu anbieterspezifischen Titellisten finden Sie im jeweiligen Datensatz in MPG.ReNa (MPG Resource Navigator), z.B. Elsevier (Links im Bereich "Content Included").

     

     

    Nutzungsbedingungen

    Allgemeine Informationen zu Nutzungsbedingungen

    Der elektronische Zugang zu den Informationsangeboten der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft ist allen Angestellten der MPG e.V. sowie Gastwissenschaftlern, Doktoranden und Postdoktoranden, die einer Max-Planck-Einrichtung angehören, gestattet. Zu den wichtigsten allgemeinen Bedingungen gehören:

    • der Zugang ist nur für wissenschaftliche und persönliche Zwecke erlaubt
    • der Gebrauch für kommerzielle Zwecke untersagt
    • die Regeln wissenschaftlichen Zitierens müssen beachtet werden
    • das Herunterladen einzelner Artikel sowie Kopien für den persönlichen Gebrauch und zu Forschungszwecken sind gestattet
    • Elektronische Kopien (PDFs) dürfen im Allgemeinen nicht an Kollegen außerhalb der MPG geschickt werden
    • falls für den Zugang zu einer Ressource zusätzlich ein Passwort vergeben wurde, darf dieses nicht an Dritte weitergegeben werden
    • systematischer Download von Artikeln oder Suchresultaten, insbesondere durch Robots, ist untersagt; dies trifft auch auf systematische Downloads durch Literaturverwaltungsprogramme (z.B. EndNote) zu
    • Alle Verlage behalten sich vor, den Zugang zu sperren, wenn begründeter Verdacht eines Missbrauchs oder eine Verletzung des Urheberrechts vorliegt. In solchen Fällen kann dem betreffenden IP-Bereich (Institut oder Institutsverband), oder auch der gesamten MPG der Zugang zum Verlagsserver gesperrt werden.
    • Nutzer werden gebeten, die Nutzungsbedingungen der für sie relevanten Verlage und Datenbankanbieter zu lesen.

    Weiterführende Informationen:

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    Nutzungsstatistiken

    In der Outbox stellt die MPDL den Max-Planck-Instituten Nutzungsstatistiken verschiedener Anbieter zur Verfügung. Ein Benutzerkonto ermöglicht den Zugriff und Download institutseigener Dateien. Interessierte Bibliotheken können sich via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. für ein Nutzerkonto registrieren und erhalten dann eine automatisch generierte Nachricht mit den Zugangsdaten.

     

  • Grundversorgung, Akteure

    Grundversorgung

    Im Jahr 1999 ist auf Beschluss der drei Sektionen der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft unter dem Namen "Grundversorgung" ein Konzept und ein Etat zur MPG-weiten Lizenzie­rung elektronischer Ressourcen verabschiedet worden. Seither ist die Grundversor­gung das zentrale Programm der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft zur institutsübergreifenden Lizenzierung elektronischer Ressourcen.

    Für die Grundversorgung werden jene Ressourcen ausgewählt, für die die Bündelung auf zentraler Ebene vorteilhafter erscheint als eine lokale Versorgung durch einzelne Instituts-Bibliotheken. Dies gilt auch für die zentrale Teilnahme an Allianz- und Nationallizenzen. Dabei fließen verschiedene Faktoren in den Entscheidungsprozess mit ein: Breite und Dringlichkeit des Bedarfs, Geschäftsmodell und Kosten-Struktur von Angeboten, aber auch Möglichkeiten der Erschließung, Vernetzung und Archivierung.

    Neben der Lizensierung ist das Informationsmanagement und die Bereitstellung von zentralen und lokalen Zuganssystemen von zentraler Bedeutung für die Informationsversorgung. Weitere Informationen hierzu finden Sie im Bereich "Zugangssysteme". 

    Akteure

    Grundversorgung und Informationsmanagement werden hauptsächlich im Bereich "Information" der MPDL organisiert.

    Bereichsleiter: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Fragen zu Lizenzen und Produkten bitte an This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Ein weiterer Akteur im Grundversorgungsprozess sind die Bibliotheken an den Max-Planck-Instituten. Mehr dazu im Positionspapierzur Verteilung von Rolle und Verantwortung im Rahmen der Grundversorgung.

  • Kommunikation

    Mailinglisten

    Für die optimale Zusammenarbeit zwischen den über 70 Bibliotheken der einzelnen Max-Planck-Institute und der MPDL ist ein ständiger Informationsaustausch wichtig. Die Kommunikation wird durch die folgenden Mailinglisten unterstützt:

    Einschreiben in eine der Mailinglisten bei der GWDG

    Klicken Sie auf den Namen der jeweiligen Mailingliste um sie zu abonnieren, zu kündigen oder die Optionen Ihres Abonnements anzupassen.
    Überblick über alle öffentlichen Mailinglisten: GWDG Infoseite.

    Aleph

    eDoc

    • This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.: Mailadresse für sämtliche Anfragen an den eDoc-Support

    E-Books

    • ag-e-books: Arbeitsgruppe der MPG Bibliotheken zum Thema E-Books

    MPG.ReNa, MPG/SFX und mehr

    • mpg-vlib: für die Kommunikation zwischen der Projektgruppe und den ReNa- oder MPG/SFX-Nutzern

    Minerva-liest: bibliotheksbezogene Mailingliste

    MPG.PuRe

    • This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.: Mailadresse für sämtliche Anfragen an den PuRe-Support
    • This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.: Mailingliste der MPG.PuRe-Nutzer

    Open Access

    VuFind

    Bibliotheken und Serviceeinrichtungen

    Zur besseren Orientierung in der Bibliothekslandschaft der MPG finden Sie nachstehend eine Übersicht der MPG-Bibliotheken und Serviceeinrichtungen mit Stand Juli 2017:

    NAME SEKTION
    Archiv der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft Service
    Bibliotheca Hertziana - Max-Planck-Institut für Kunstgeschichte GSHS
    Bibliothek der Max-Planck-Institute Tübingen BMS
    Deutsches Klimarechenzentrum (DKRZ) Service
    Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Bibliothek CPTS
    Gemeinsames Netzwerkzentrum der Berlin-Brandenburgischen Max-Planck-Einrichtungen am Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG e. V. Service
    Generalverwaltung der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft Service
    Gesellschaft für wissenschaftliche Datenverarbeitung Göttingen Service
    Informationsvermittlungsstelle der Biologisch-Medizinischen Sektion BMS; Service
    Informationsvermittlungsstelle der Chemische-Physikalischen Sektion CPTS; Service
    Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz - Max-Planck-Institut, Bibliothek GSHS
    Max Planck Digital Library Service
    Max Planck Innovation Service
    Max-Planck-Institut für Max-Planck-Institut für Menschheitsgeschichte, Bibliothek GSHS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Astronomie, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Astrophysik/extraterrestrische Physik, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für ausländisches öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht, Bibliothek GSHS
    Max-Planck-Institut für ausländisches und internationales Privatrecht, Bibliothek GSHS
    Max-Planck-Institut für ausländisches und internationales Strafrecht, Bibliothek GSHS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung, Bibliothek und wissenschaftliche Information GSHS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Biologie des Alterns, Bibliothek BMS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Biophysik und Max-Planck-Institut für Hirnforschung und Max-Planck-Forschungsstelle Neurogenetik, Bibliothek BMS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Chemie (Otto-Hahn-Institut), Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für chemische Energiekonversion, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Chemische Ökologie und Max-Planck-Institut für Biogeochemie, Bibliothek BMS; CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Chemische Physik fester Stoffe, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für demografische Forschung, Bibliothek GSHS
    Max-Planck-Institut für die Physik des Lichts, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer Systeme, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für empirische Ästhetik - Bibliothek GSHS
    Max-Planck-Institut für ethnologische Forschung, Bibliothek GSHS
    Max-Planck-Institut für europäische Rechtsgeschichte, Bibliothek GSHS
    Max-Planck-Institut für evolutionäre Anthropologie, Bibliothek GSHS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Evolutionsbiologie, Bibliothek BMS
    Max-Planck-Institut für experimentelle Medizin, Karl-Thomas-Bibliothek BMS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung, Bibliothek GSHS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Gravitationsphysik (Albert-Einstein-Institut), Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Herz- und Lungenforschung (W.G. Kerckhoff-Institut), Bibliothek BMS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Immunbiologie und Epigenetik, Bibliothek BMS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Infektionsbiologie, Bibliothek BMS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik, Campusbibliothek für Informatik und Angewandte Mathematik CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Innovation und Wettbewerb und Max-Planck-Institut für Steuerrecht, Bibliothek GSHS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Kognitions- und Neurowissenschaften, Bibliothek GSHS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Kolloid- und Grenzflächenforschung, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für marine Mikrobiologie, Bibliothek BMS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik in den Naturwissenschaften, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für medizinische Forschung, Bibliothek BMS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Meteorologie, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Mikrostrukturphysik, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für molekulare Biomedizin, Bibliothek BMS
    Max-Planck-Institut für molekulare Genetik, Bibliothek BMS
    Max-Planck-Institut für molekulare Pflanzenphysiologie, Bibliothek BMS
    Max-Planck-Institut für molekulare Physiologie, Zentrale Einrichtung 'Bibliothek und Wissenschaftliche Informationsdienste' BMS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Molekulare Zellbiologie und Genetik, Bibliothek BMS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Ornithologie, Bibliothek BMS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Pflanzenzüchtungsforschung, Bibliothek BMS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Physik (Werner-Heisenberg-Institut), Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Physik komplexer Systeme, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Plasmaphysik, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Polymerforschung, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Psychiatrie, Bibliothek BMS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Psycholinguistik, Bibliothek GSHS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastronomie, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Software Systeme, Campusbibliothek für Informatik und Angewandte Mathematik CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Sonnensystemforschung, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Sozialrecht und Sozialpolitik, Bibliothek GSHS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Stoffwechselforschung, Bibliothek BMS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Struktur und Dynamik der Materie, Bibliothek CPTS
    Max-Planck-Institut für terrestrische Mikrobiologie, Bibliothek BMS
    Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Bibliothek GSHS
    Max-Planck-Institut zur Erforschung multireligiöser und multiethnischer Gesellschaften, Bibliothek GSHS
    Max-Planck-Institut zur Erforschung von Gemeinschaftsgütern, Bibliothek GSHS
    Max-Planck-Institute für Biochemie u. Neurobiologie, Bibliothek BMS
    Max-Planck-Institute Stuttgart, Bibliothek CPTS
    Otto-Hahn-Bibliothek des Max-Planck-Instituts für biophysikalische Chemie und des Max-Planck-Institutes für Dynamik und Selbstorganisation BMS; CPTS
    Max Planck Computing and Data Facility (MPCDF) Service

    Für eine komfortable Nachnutzung stellen wir diese Liste mit ergänzenden Informationen auch als csv- und Excel-Datei zum Download zur Verfügung:

  • Open Access Agreement with SAGE

    Information for Max Planck Authors

    Max Planck authors can publish open access in over 730 SAGE journals (included in the 2015/2016 SAGE Premier set). The Open Access agreement for Max Planck Society centrally covers the open access charge for affiliated submitting corresponding authors who publish in selected Sage journals under a Creative Commons license. In addition, MPG members will have access to the “2015/2016 SAGE Premier” collection of subscription journals.

    In order to make use of the agreement, please make sure to meet the following conditions when publishing with SAGE:

    • SAGE Choice Hybrid Scheme:
      • The article has been accepted by a journal that is in the SAGE Choice Hybrid Scheme as well as part of the 2015/2016 SAGE Premier package. The Max Planck Society recommends authors to select the CC-BY license; in cases where a CC-BY license is not offered by the journal, another CC license is acceptable.
      • A Max Planck author must be the submitting and corresponding author of the article and submit the article using their Max Planck email address. Please note that in order to be eligible it is not sufficient to be corresponding author in name only.
      • The author is affiliated with a Max Planck Institute and publishes under this affiliation – the Max Planck Institute must be stated in the article.
      • The agreement is in effect until Dec. 31, 2020. Be advised that relevant for eligibility is the date the article enters SAGE's production system, not the submission or acceptance date.
      • The article matches one of these types: Original Research Paper, Review Paper, Brief Communication, Short Report, Case Report or similar (not included article types: errata, book review, editorial, published abstract, call for papers, news items or similar).
      • Articles published in sponsored supplements are not eligible under this agreement.
      • Authors sign the exclusive license form upon acceptance and prior to entering production. Articles eligible under this agreement will be identified post-acceptance based on email domain or Ringgold ID provided on submission. Eligible authors will be informed via email and then need to sign and return the SAGE Choice open access contributor form within 2 weeks; this will override the original copyright agreement.
    • SAGE Pure Gold Open Access
      • 20% discount on APC on all proprietary Gold Open Access titles for corresponding authors at Max Planck institutions.
      • APCs for articles in Gold Open Access Journals are NOT centrally covered at this point! Authors will have to arrange for payment at their institute.
      • Discount code must be provided when arranging for payment of the APC. The discount cannot be applied after an invoice has been raised or a payment has been made. Please contact your librarian or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to receive the discount code.

     

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