Start an Open Access journal

You may be considering setting up a journal to provide a home for an emerging field of research, to cut across traditional subject boundaries or to fulfill the mission of your society.  Make use of OJS  - the Open Journal Systems software. By making your new journal open access, its visibility and potential readership will be maximized. There is customized support for the installation and implementation of this software, including the server space, at no cost. See for current examples of TU Delft content in OJS the A+BE web page on the TU Delft website.

Another option is to publish your journal with a reliable publishers as Copernicus and IOS Press who understands your requirements,  position in academia  and financial situation.

To promote your journal make use of indexing  your journal via Google and the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), the largest aggregator of open access content.  A set of criteria is involved, which you can find on the ‘About’ webpage on the DOAJ website. One of the criteria is that the journal should have an ISSN (International Standard Serial Number, an online journal should have an eISSN. You can find more information via the links below.

You may be considering setting up a journal to provide a home for an emerging field of research, to cut across traditional subject boundaries or to fulfill the mission of your society.  Make use of OJS  - the Open Journal Systems software. By making your new journal open access, its visibility and potential readership will be maximized. There is customized support for the installation and implementation of this software, including the server space, at no cost. See for current examples of TU Delft content in OJS the A+BE web page on the TU Delft website.

Another option is to publish your journal with a reliable publishers as Copernicus and IOS Press who understands your requirements,  position in academia  and financial situation.

To promote your journal make use of indexing  your journal via Google and the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), the largest aggregator of open access content.  A set of criteria is involved, which you can find on the ‘About’ webpage on the DOAJ website. One of the criteria is that the journal should have an ISSN (International Standard Serial Number, an online journal should have an eISSN. You can find more information via the links below.

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