Manas Journal of Engineering  (MJEN), the non-profit Publisher of the Science family of journals, recognizes the importance of openness in research as well as the increasingly global nature of the scientific enterprise.  The broad public communication of peer-reviewed research, and information-sharing within the scientific community, are essential to advancing science in the service of society.
This is why MJEN makes all of its peer-reviewed research content freely available with registration via the  http://journals.manas.edu.kg/mjen/index.php web site after publication.

As part of our mission, MJEN seeks to enhance communication among scientists, engineers, and the public, worldwide. Toward that end, MJEN does not require a copyright transfer from authors.

Authors are encouraged to further disseminate the accepted version of their manuscript, for
release on the following schedule:

Additionally, authors and their institutions are encouraged-without further permission from
MJEN-to use the final, published version of their work for educational purposes such as
presentations, class handouts, dissertations, or photocopies for colleagues, so long as that use
is not commercial in nature.
Further details about the MJEN author license to publish agreement appear below.


  1. It’s a license to publish, not a copyright transfer agreement. MJEN does not require copyright transfer from the authors of editorial content, including research reports, brevia, reviews, policy forums, perspectives, essays, and technical comments. MJEN requires instead a License to Publish, as described here. Ownership of the copyright will remain with the author. MJEN will be the title holder for purposes of registration.
  2. Authors grant to MJEN an exclusive license to publish. In consideration of publication by MJEN, the author grant to MJEN an exclusive license to publish and to reproduce, adapt, and distribute the work as well as related supplemental content as broadly as possible, in various languages and forms, worldwide.
  3. Authors can immediately use final works for non-profit purposes-no permission needed. The author retains the non-exclusive right to use the final, published version of the work, immediately after it is made public by MJEN and without further permission, for educational and other non-commercial purposes. Such purposes include, for example, print collections of the author’s own writings; completion of the author’s thesis or dissertation; oral presentations by the author; educational courses taught by the author or offered by the author’s institution; and distribution of photocopies by the author to colleagues for non-commercial purposes (not for further redistribution). Figures from the final, published version of the work also can be used, with attribution, in future works by the author, including journal articles, book chapters, presentation slides, and posters, for example.
  4. Authors can immediately post the accepted work to their personal or institutional archive. Authors also retain the right and are encouraged to post the accepted version of their manuscript to their personal Web site or institutional repository, immediately following publication by MJEN. (The accepted version is the paper that was accepted for publication by MJEN, including changes resulting from peer review, but prior to MJEN copyediting.)
  5. Authors and their institutions can use the accepted work for non-profit research purposes. Information-sharing is a key to scientific progress. Authors and their institutions therefore can use the accepted version of manuscripts for non-commercial research purposes, including sharing results with colleagues, or for replication or adaptation of the work so long as such use is not for any commercial advantage or exploitation. No further permission is needed from MJEN. Authors and their institutions cannot license the work, except to MJEN.
  6. Authors can release the accepted work to designated repositories, as required by funders.
  7. Authors pledge that the work is original, true, and not previously published. The author(s) warrant that the work is original, that all facts are true and accurate, that it has not been published elsewhere, and does not infringe on any copyright, proprietary, or personal right of any third party. If the work contains materials owned or controlled by a third party, the author must certify that s/he has obtained permission for its use by attaching documentation to the License to Publish form and by clearly attributing the source within the text of the manuscript.
  8. University or institutional restrictions require a waiver. If university or other institutional restrictions might limit the authors’ ability to grant to MJEN any of the rights described in MJEN’s license, they must obtain an approved waiver from their institution.
  9. Publication by MJEN will require a signed copy of MJEN’s License to Publish form. This License to Publish must be signed and returned to MJEN before a manuscript can be accepted for publication. Each author must sign the form. If the contribution is owned by the author’s employer, an authorized representative must sign the form.
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