|Title||IOP Publishing Ltd|
Professional Publisher (Large)
|Owner||The Institute of Physics|
BS1 6HG, UK
|Copyright policy||IOP requests an ‘Assignment of Copyright’ for open access articles but provides re-use of the content under a Creative Commons Attribution CC BY licence (licences on partner titles may vary), which complies with the policies of most funders and governments.
Any exceptions to this are set out where appropriate on individual journal home pages.
|Complaint policy||In the first instance any complaints should be directed to customer services, email@example.com.|
|Publication charge link||http://iopscience.iop.org/info/page/openaccess
IOP’s article publication charges are available on individual journal homepages and via our open access policy page.
|Publication charge policy||IOP’s article publication charges are set at the level necessary to cover associated publishing costs and sustain IOP’s services to the research community. IOP’s prices also reflect the high rejection rates of our journals. Authors publishing on an open access basis are only charged for accepted papers (IOP’s journals have rejection rates of between 50-75%). Charges on open access only titles and some partner titles vary due to historical differences and where there are other sources of funding. Please check the individual journal pages.|
|OA journals||7 gold, 40 plus hybrid journals|
|OA articles||Approximately 10k in 2012|
|Initiatives||IOP Publishing is committed to providing long term, sustainable access to quality scientific research for everyone, whilst maintaining high value, trustworthy author and reader services which enhance scientific communication and progress. IOP’s open access initiatives include:
|Peer review policy||http://atom.iop.org/atom/help.nsf/WebHelp/WebPeerReviewPolicy?OpenDocument
All journals published by IOP Publishing (IOP) are peer reviewed and our journals are devoted to publishing high-quality, novel work in a timely fashion. For most IOP journals the peer-review is managed in-house, ensuring an efficient service. For every article that passes an initial assessment, (normally) two independent experts are selected to act anonymously as referees (“single blind”) and these referees submit reports which recommend whether the article should be accepted or rejected. If the referees give conflicting advice, a senior referee or Editorial Board member will normally act as an adjudicator.