Submission Preparation ChecklistAs part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- The submission has not previously been published and is not under consideration for publication by another journal.
- The manuscript is submitted in the PDF format and was created using the GAMMAS LaTeX Template.
- A reviewer, preferably a member of the GAMM Juniors, may be proposed by the author via the "Comments for the editor" field.
- Except for educational articles, the author must either be a student or a recent graduate with no more than one year between the time of graduation and submission of a manuscript.
- The submitting author must name a supervisor who endorses the submission of the manuscript.
1. Scope and Purpose
By this License Agreement the author grants rights in his article (hereinafter referred to as “article”) to the licensee.
The licensee will publish the article in the online-journal GAMM Archive for Students (GAMMAS) under a “Creative Commons CC BY 4.0 International” open content license (hereinafter: “CC license”, see theterms under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/deed.en).
The CC license permits everybody to use the article in any way and on any medium, including adapting it. It is not restricted in term and territory, royalty-free, and irrevocable.
The CC license obligates the users to credit the author.
To publish under this license shall ensure a wide and unhindered distribution of the article.
2. License Grant and Obligation of Publication
(a) The author grants the licensee a worldwide, exclusive license for the duration of the copyright to reproduce, adapt, distribute, communicate, and make the article publicly available in any way and medium.
The licensee can grant sublicenses or transfer his rights to third parties.
(b) The licensee will publish the article online under the CC license as referred to in sec. 1.
The CC license entitles the author (as well as any other user) to use the article herself without paying royalties or individual permission, e.g. to re-publish, distribute and print it et cetera.
The author cannot, however, grant other exclusive rights in the article to third parties.
3. Obligations of the Author
(a) The author warrants that she is fully entitled to enter into this agreement and that she has not granted rights in the article, including rights in any of its contents (images, graphs et cetera, if any), to third parties that would be infringed by the license grant in sec. 2.
If the article has been published before, the author has to disclose this information to the licensee unrequested.
If the content of the article has previously been presented on a conference, this must be indicated in the article by a footnote.
(b) The author assures that the article does neither infringe on any individual third party rights like personal or privacy rights, trade secrets or patents nor on statutes.
(a) In case the article was created by co-authors, all authors who contributed copyright protected content have to enter into this agreement except otherwise agreed upon through written authorization.
Such authorizations must be disclosed to the licensee unrequested.
(b) If the article was created as a work made for hire, the author has to get and disclose either an authorization of his employer to enter into the agreement or the employer has to (co-)sign the agreement.
This rights under this agreement are granted royalty-free.
(a) This agreement supersedes and cancels all prior negotiations and understandings between the parties regarding the subject matter hereof, and contains all of the terms, conditions and promises of the parties hereto.
(b) No modification hereof shall be valid or binding unless in writing and executed by both parties hereto.
(c) If any provision of the Licence Agreement is invalid or unenforceable under applicable law, this will not affect the validity or enforceability of the Licence Agreement as a whole.
Such provision will be construed or reformed so as necessary to make it valid and enforceable.
(d) This agreement is governed by the laws of Germany.
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