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Open access publishing as a service for Aalto authors

Aalto University wants to promote the open availability of research articles.

All the scientific peer-reviewed articles and conference publications will be deposited to ACRIS repository as a service by RIS Open Science and ACRIS team.

Please email your final accepted manuscript to [email protected] after ensuring your co-author’s consent to parallel publishing.

More instructions http://libguides.aalto.fi/openaccess .

“Open availability of research articles has become a central part of the societal impact of universities and a measure that university funders and the surrounding society are requiring from universities. Open science practices, such as parallel publishing (green open access) of research articles in university repositories has become a standard procedure in Finnish universities.” (Vice President’s decision.)

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