Authors' rights & permissions
Engineering Review understands the need for authors to disseminate and maximize the impact of their research. When submitting an article for publishing in Engineering Review, the Corresponding Author is asked to transfer, with the consent of all Coauthors, the copyright ownership in the referenced submission, including all versions in any format now known or hereafter developed, to Engineering Review.
Copyright protects your original work and research material and prevents others from using it without your permission. Others will be required to credit you and your work properly, thus increasing its impact. Should your submission be rejected or withdrawn prior to acceptance for publication by Engineering Review, this transfer will be null and void.
Authors, users or readers of an article need clear instructions on how they can use the article. Engineering review uses the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives (CC-BY-NC-ND) 4.0 International License, which governs the use, publishing and distribution of articles by authors, publishers and the wider general public.
The authors are allowed to post a digital file of the published article, or the link to the published article (Enginering Review web page) may be made publicly available on websites or repositories, such as the Author’s personal website, preprint servers, university networks or primary employer’s institutional websites, third party institutional or subject-based repositories, and conference websites that feature presentations by the Author(s) based on the published article, under the condition that the article is posted in its unaltered Engineering Review form, exclusively for non-commercial purposes.