Become a partner
You can become an institutional partner of IVES for an annual fee of 4,500€/year.
IVES is supported by 14 leading universities and research institutes in vine and wine sciences and is looking for more partners to increase its network. By joining IVES, your university or institute will become a major actor in open access publishing in viticulture and enology and will contribute to a model of knowledge dissemination in these domains in total independence of private publishers.
This is completely in line with the Open Science movement!
By becoming an institutional member, you will contribute to the strategy and development of IVES and its journals, including OENO One, with a right to vote at the General Assembly, which is held yearly. Furthermore, all researchers from your institute or university will be allowed to publish for free in OENO One (researchers from non-affiliated institutes pay 500€/published article).
You can become a private partner of IVES for an annual fee of 4,500€/year. You can also contribute by participating in the translation fees of papers published in IVES Technical Reviews.
This is a high visibility tool to promote your R&D activities and your brand worldwide.
IVES is supported by 14 leading universities and research institutes in vine and wine sciences as well as 24 private companies. It is looking for more partners to increase its activities. By joining IVES, your company will become a major actor in open access publishing in viticulture and enology and will contribute to a model of free knowledge dissemination in these domains, without the barrier of subscription.
In 2019, IVES Technical Reviews, a technical journal specially designed to transfer research to end users was launched. Research papers are digested and published in a format accessible to professionals and reviewed by scientists. IVES Technical Reviews is edited in six languages (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese).
Once a year IVES organizes a Science meeting where the staff of our private partners meet researchers and network with other partners. At the meeting, researchers who have recently published in OENO One present their work in an accessible format. It is a unique opportunity to exchange with researchers and colleagues.