IFPEN is keen to promote scientific research and ensure its knowledge is disseminated to the widest possible audience. Since 2012, its publications have been available in open archives. IFPEN leads the editorial committee of OGST (Oil & Gas Science and Technology), an open access journal, and, several times a year, publishes a scientific information letter aimed at a broad public, Science@ifpen.
With a view to disseminating its knowledge, IFPEN’s researchers present numerous papers and posters at conferences and publish articles listed in the Science Citation Index, as well as unlisted non-specialized and scientific articles (articles in field-specific journals, in general).
550 IFPEN publications in 2021, including more than 200 referenced by the WoS
Over the period 2017-2021, IFPEN published papers with entities located in some 60 different countries. More than 80% of them are co-published papers and about 40% are from international cooperations. IFPEN primarily publishes with entities located in the USA, Germany and Canada.
Since 2012, the HAL-IFPEN platform has provided open access to scientific papers published by IFPEN.
Most of these papers are available in full-text format, in their “post-print” version, unless otherwise indicated by the publishers. IFPEN’s aims are to:
- contribute to the development of open access to scientific and technical information,
- increase the dissemination of its research results.
More than 2,700 papers available in full-text format in HAL
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STET is an international scientific journal headed by IFP Energies nouvelles (IFPEN) and the CEA (French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission), two major players in French energy research.
Some articles to submit? Feel free to contact the chief editors Benoit Noetinger (IFPEN) and Paul Lucchese (CEA), or access the submission site.
Four times a year, IFPEN publishes a scientific newsletter, Science@ifpen. The objective is to highlight recently published R&D results.
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