An increasing number of institutions provide support to authors who publish in open access journals. This is a partial list of such institutions. If you can’t find your institution on this list, check with your library—there may be funds available we’re not aware of. If you find something, contact us! If you don’t, let your librarian know open access support would be valuable to you. Please be aware that the inclusion of an institution on this list does not imply any agreement between that institution and AIP Publishing. Inclusion of an institution on this list also does not imply that a publication with one of AIP Publishing's open access journals will qualify for support from that institution. Check with your librarian or fund administrator to see if your publication qualifies for support.
The DFG has established the Open-Access Publishing Programme, a fund to assist institutions in supporting open access publishing. Below is a list of institution within Germany, some of whom may participate in DFG’s Open-Access Publishing Programme. Check with your respective institution to see if they’re taking advantage of these funds.
In addition to institutional support, NWO has established Incentive Fund Open Access. You can apply for funds to cover article processing charges within six months after the final publication date.
The Research Council of Norway has established funds to assist institutions in supporting open access publishing. If you don’t see your institution on this list check with them to see if they’re taking advantage of these funds.
Research Councils UK has established block grants to institutions to cover the cost of article processing charges. If you don’t see your institution on this list check with them to see if they’re taking advantage of these funds.
* Participants of Compact for Open-Access Publishing Equity (COPE), which help authors finance open access fees.
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