17 August 2022

Annales de l'Institut Henri Poincaré C archive (1984–2017) now free to read

Kaia Godlewski

Over 30 years of Annales de l'Institut Henri Poincaré C articles available for free online for the first time.


At the beginning of 2022 we welcomed the Annales de l'Institut Henri Poincaré C - Analyse non linéaire to our journals collection. The journal, founded in 1983 by the Institut Henri Poincaré, has published open access under a CC-BY license for the first time this year as part of our Subscribe to Open programme.

As we are actively working on the transition to open access, we are pleased to announce the opening of new journal archive articles that are now available for free on the EMS Press website. This means that volumes 1–34 of the publication, stretching back to 1983, are now available to read online without charge. While EMS Press operates a five-year rolling paywall for most journals, this is the largest single archive opening to date.

The Annales de l’Institut Henri Poincaré C is a prestigious journal owned by the Institut Poincaré. Internationally renowned, the publication is devoted to publishing original, peer-reviewed and high-quality research articles in nonlinear analysis and its applications.

Maria Esteban, former Editor-in-Chief of the journal, said, “It has been a great joy to see the journal archive put on a free-to-read basis, not only concerning the archive, which is per se benefiting mathematicians, but also the currently published articles with open access. Our decision to transition from Elsevier to an academically related publishing house, like EMS Press, jointly with the use of the ʻSubscribe-to-Open’ model by EMS Press has made that possible.”

André Gaul (CEO) comments: “Our subscribers made the 2022 volume Open Access through our Subscribe to Open model, and we are confident that they will continue to open future volumes under this fair and sustainable model. Alongside this future-facing action, we recognise the importance of the past and take our responsibilities to the mathematics community seriously. Thus, we have made the selection of archives freely available to everyone.”

To read the archive or subscribe to the journal please visit our website.

Please contact info@ems.press for all enquiries.


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