Austria is rather a late-comer concerning open access with only few OA mandates of research institutions or funding bodies (currently only two), few signatories of the Berlin Declaration (5).

As of March 2021, there are 56 OA journals published in Austria which are indexed in DOAJ and 44 OA digital repositories registered in OpenDOAR.

However, the past two years have seen remarkable OA-related activities, including the foundation of the Austrian OA Network, new mandates, dedicated funds for OA publications, and increased activities at the level of research institutions and at the infrastructure level.

Fourteen OA policies are currently registered in ROARMAP.

Enabling Environment

For a long time, OA activities were rather low: the 2010 recommendation of Universities Austria (UNIKO) to improve OA policies in Austria had only limited impact; a legal initiative to found an encompassing Austrian repository from 2009 failed due to lack of financing in 2010; the only noteworthy OA activities have been set by the Austrian Research Fund (FWF) and, to some respect, the University of Vienna and the Austrian Academy of Sciences (OAW). The FWF is still the only funding agency (and in fact the only institution overall) in Austria with a mandatory OA policy; only two, i.e. a small minority of universities have signed the Berlin Declaration.

The environment changed since 2012:

  • On the initiative of the FWF the Austrian OA Network (OANA) has been funded, comprising representatives of all universities, the major research institutions, funding agencies, the ministry of science and research, etc. OANA started to revive OA in Austria with workshops, awareness raising, and networking activities.

  • The FWF has expanded its program to finance OA from journals to books; has implemented an OA agreement with EuropePubMedCentral; and founded the FWF e-book library.

  • The University of Graz adopted the first OA policy of an Austrian university in 2013, the Institute of Science and Technology (IST Austria) will follow still in 2013 with its policy and heavily invests in a repository.

  • The University of Vienna and the OAW are expanding their OA repositories, support OA publications (and series), and set all kind of awareness raising measures, including internal and, partly, public events.

  • The Ministry of Science and Research now funds an Austrian-wide e-infrastructure project for three years from 2014 onwards, including setting up university repositories.

  • Several institutions, including the University of Vienna, IST Austria, and the FWF (1.8 M€), have or plan to have publication funds for Gold OA.

  • The University of Vienna, the Technical University of Vienna and the FWF support the funding of

  • Most target agreements between the Ministry of Science and Research and the universities as well as the OAW now include (soft) measures with regard to OA.

The OA mandate of the EU under the Horizon2020 research framework program is very likely to trigger more awareness and activities.

Potential Barriers

Many types of barriers seemingly apply to the Austrian situation, among the most important are:

  • except for the very active role of the main funding agency, there are neither many nor strong mandates;

  • there is an insufficient national infrastructure;

  • awareness among scholars is still rather low and a considerable proportion of those aware are skeptical of some aspects related to IPR;

  • the financial situation of most single research institutions prevents encompassing OA funding (in particular author processing charges);

  • no particularly active role of government so far.

National and Institutional Level Policies/Mandates

  • The Austrian Science Fund (FWF), funding a large part of basic scientific research in Austria, requires OA publication, the cost of which is reimbursed by the Fund. Publications must be archived in an OA depository (preferably an institutional depository) within twelve months of publication; research data should be deposited in OA archives within two years of completion.

  • The Austrian Academy of Sciences (OAW), which is both a learned society and a large research institution, has a non-mandatory OA policy favoring the green road; runs an institutional repository; and has a ROMEO green publishing house, which also publishes gold OA books and journals.

  • The University of Graz (KFU) is the first Austrian university with an explicit OA policy (non-mandatory) recommending “strongly” both the green and the gold road and has an institutional repository.

  • The University of Vienna and the Institute of Science and Technology (IST Austria) may follow soon with their policies/mandates. So far there is no attempt to create a national mandate.

  • Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) :The Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) is the national funding institution for applied industrial research in Austria. The FFG offers a comprehensive range of services for Austrian enterprises, research institutions and researchers – from the management of public funding programmes to consulting services in all phases of technology development and innovation, from support for integration into European research programmes and networks to the promotion of Austria's interests at the European and the international level.

  • Austria Wirtschaftsservice Gesellschaft (aws): Austria Wirtschaftsservice Gesellschaft mbH (aws) is the Austrian federal promotional bank. It assists companies in their implementation of innovative projects by granting loans, awarding subsidies and issuing guarantees at favourable interest rates, particularly in cases in which it is not possible for these companies to obtain the necessary funds in a sufficient amount from other sources of financing. In addition, it provides support in the form of specific information, advisory and other services to prospective, established and expanding companies.

Research funding Ministries

  • Federal Ministry for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology (bmvit)

  • Information about funding programs and open tenderings are available mainly in German on the ministries websites. A service called Förderkompass is provided by the bmvit which aggregates information about current different research funding programs and institutions.

  • Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research (bmbwf) : There is a wide range of research in Austria and current research programs and projects. Furthermore an initiative called Forschungsatlas provides all links and records in social media about research in Austria in real time. Information about funding programs and open tenderings are available mainly in German on the ministries websites.

Key Organizations

The main OA initiatives are institutional repositories University of Vienna's project started in January 2007 by setting up a FEDORA-based server. Many other universities in Austria - for example Klagenfurt, Linz and Bodenkultur - are building e-theses servers, predominantly hosted by university libraries.

  • Austrian Science Fund / Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung (FWF) 

  • Universities Austria / Universitätenkonferenz (UNIKO

  • Austrian Open Access Network / Open Access Netzwerk Austria (OANA

  • University of Vienna / Universität Wien 

  • University of Graz / Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz 

  • Austrian Academy of Sciences / Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften (OAW

  • Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria

  • For more institutions and details see

  • Open Access Days of the German-speaking countries in 2012 and international Open Access Week 2013 at University of Vienna.

  • SCOAP cooperation of several Austrian universities and other actors with a view to contribute to financing OA in high-energy physics from 2014.

  • Foundation in 2012 of an Austrian-wide network of representatives in all relevant institutions in research and funding, libraries and politics.

  • Several FWF initiatives in 2012/2013: funding the conversion of journals to Gold OA; implementation of OA e-books library; open access testimonials;

  • e-Infrastructure Austria initiative (2014-2016): government funds OA repositories and exchange on research data at Austrian universities.

Thematic Open Access projects/Initiatives

Architektur-Informatik is a German-language repository on Computer Science

European Research Papers Archive: This site is an aggregating repository that contains a collection of research papers from ten European institutions:

The site contains working papers on European Integration.

Elektronische Publikationen der Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien/Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration (WU). This is an institutional repository specifically holding working papers and theses on Economics and Business Administration.

Ludwig Boltzmann Institut für Health Technology Assessment is an institutional repository holding Articles; Conferences; Books and unpublished material in the fields of health and medicine.

Open Access Network Austria (OANA):

The OANA was established in 2012 as a joint activity under the organisational umbrella of FWF and UNIKO. The network ties in with the uniko Open-Access Recommendation (12.01.2010) and the FWF-Positionpaper (17.01.2012) and develops specific recommendations for the implementation of Open Access in Austria. In November 2015 the OANA released 16 recommendations for the transition towards Open Access in Austria published in the paper Recommendations for the Transition to Open Access in Austria and in June 2016 OANA released the Vienna Principles a vision for scholarly communication.

Coordination of and recommendations for the Austrian OA-task/ activities of research institutions, funding organisations and research policies (including international developments)

Positioning towards the information providers (mainly publishing houses)

Contact persons and source of information for scientists, research institutions and (research-) policies


Research Data Alliance Austria (RDA-AT) is a national RDA node dedicated to representing emerging research and data management communities throughout Austria. RDA-AT will operate as a formal participant of RDA Europe, linking Austrian data management initiatives and RDA Working and Interest Groups, providing assistance in adoption of RDA recommendations, and allowing Austrian stakeholders to benefit directly from RDA support mechanisms. These new connections will bring key Austrian issues to the global data management table, and global discussions back to Austria.


RDA Austria's primary responsibilities include:

Facilitating national and transnational engagements, including the creation of formal Working Groups to address data-related issues critical to the Austrian research community and the public at large

Organizing events and training to support the adoption of best practices in research data management across Austria

Providing an incubation space for the development of shared services and common standards, including policy development, data management planning, and infrastructure interoperability requirements

Serve as an information conduit and professional connector for international activities, including the European Open Science Cloud and the EGI Federated Cloud

Promoting local adoption of RDA recommendations with the support of RDA seed funding

Connecting Austrian research data stakeholders

Austrian Transition to Open Access - AT2OA

Promoted by the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research (BMBWF) "Austrian Transition to Open Access - AT2OA" is a project involving 21 Austrian Universities under the lead of the University of Vienna. Its aim is to contribute to the transformation from Closed to Open Access of scholarly publications. The funding pool (Hochschulraumstrukturmittel HRSM) of the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research is being used as seed funding for cooperation projects across Austrian Universities, the goal being to promote lasting positive effects and importantly an increase of efficiency in the field of administration and innovation for teachers and students.Supporting measures for the transition to Open Access include the redesigning of licence agreements with publishers, as well as, spurring researchers into publishing through Open Access agreements and encouraging new Open Access strategies for publications. The following topics will be organised in sub-projects: (1) analysis of potential impacts of an Open Access transition, (2) funding of Open Access business models, (3) establishment of Open Access publication funds and (4) promotion of Open Access publications and alternative Open Access publication models.

e-Infrastructures Austria and its follow-up project e-Infrastructures Austria PLUS

In November 2016, the last General Assembly of e-Infrastructures Austria took place at the University of Vienna. The importance of this project has been demonstrated in its results and the many initiatives which have subsequently arisen out of it.Notably, a survey on the handling of research data in Austria was conducted, directed at the scientific and artistic-scientific personnel of 20 public universities and three extramural research institutions in Austria. Consequently templates for data management plans and a Model Policy for Research Data Management (RDM) at Austrian Research Institutions were prepared, as well as, publications e.g. guidelines, FAQ’s and other deliverables from cluster groups. In addition to this, the success of this project can be found in the implementation of repositories across Austrian research institutions and in the eminent follow-up project.In January 2017 e-Infrastructures PLUS started as a project within 9 Universities, coordinated by the University of Innsbruck. Like the previous project it is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research (HRSM). The project’s main focus is on 1) analyzing reference projects, 2) implementing a road-map based approach on, for instance, research data management policies, standardized metadata, persistent identifiers, as well as, provisioning for uses within schooling while underpinning relevant support, and 3) building technical infrastructures.

Digital Humanities Austria (DHA):

Digital Humanities Austria is a platform for the dissemination of the digital paradigm in Austrian humanities studies. The virtual network is run jointly by the Austrian Academy of Sciences, the University of Vienna and the University of Graz, is supported by these institutions and the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research and will serve as a staging area for all kinds of DH research activities.

AUSSDA – the Austrian Social Science Data Archive:

AUSSDA – the Austrian Social Science Data Archive has a mission to become a leading supplier of social science data in Austria. As a certified repository, AUSSDA will systematically collect, document and disseminate digital quantitative data and will guarantee its long-term availability, along with any accompanying documentation, while adhering to international standards. Its main data so far consists of survey data from sociology and political sciences. By putting open access first, wherever possible, data usage can be extended beyond the Austrian and international scientific community. AUSSDA is based at Vienna University Library and Archive Services with partners at the Universities in Linz and Graz. This new social science archive has received funding (HRSM) from the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research, ensuring the archive’s work until late 2019. After an evaluation period, the infrastructure will hopefully be integrated within the organizational and infrastructural settings of the universities, making it an integral part of the Austrian social science community. Being the official Service Provider for Austria, AUSSDA is integrated within the European ESFRI roadmap via its membership in the Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives (CESSDA).

Events and Programmes

  • Open Access Quiz, 2019-10-21, Austria, Organized by Gerda McNeill | Type: poster, exhibition

  • Screening of Paywall: The Business of Scholarship, 2018-10-25, Austria, Organized by Gerda McNeill | Type: screening, and, discussion

  • Open in Action: Open Access und Digitales Publizieren, 2017-10-23, Austria, Organized by University of Innsbruck | Type: presentation, discussion

  • European Pathways to Open Science, 2016-10-25, Austria, Organized by Gerda McNeill | Type: informationsveranstaltung

  • Designing Comprehensive Open Knowledge Policies to Face Climate Change, 2015-10-22, Austria, Organized by JPI Climate | Type: symposium

  • Club Research: Economics of academic publishing. What costs the access to new knowledge?, 2015-10-21, Austria, Organized by Club Research, Austrian Science Fund (FWF), Federal Ministry for Science, Research and Economy (BMWFW), Austrian Academy of Science (ÖAW) | Type: panel, discussion

  • 20-21 May 2015: A Self-Sustaining Business Model for Open Data; Danube University KREMS, Austria.

  • 15 September 2014: Science and Free Knowledge; Vienna, Austria.

  • 27 March 2014: Launch: School of Data Austria; Vienna, Austria.

  • 2008: Austrian Academy of Science hosted a working group meeting on Open Access, chaired by Michael Nentwich, Director of the Institute of Technology Assessment and author of the book "Cyberspace - Research in the Age of the Internet". Austrian Academy of Science participated in the German Volltextsuche-Online platform organised by the Borsenverein des Deutschen Buchhandels.

  • 2010: Open Access Information Day at University of Vienna:  Internationally renowned experts addressed the two routes to Open Access – OA self-archiving and OA publishing concluding with a panel discussion entitled 'Open Access – quo vadis Austria?' during which representatives of the Austrian research community gave their views on the development of Open Access in Austria.

  • platform organises events for the “German-speaking triangle”: Germany, Switzerland and Austria open to members of the scientific community (especially scientists themselves), university and research-facility managers, infrastructure service providers such as libraries and data-processing centres, as well as funding agencies and political decision makers.

  • 2011: Open Access Days for the German-speaking OA-Community took place at University of Regensburg 4.-5. October.

Open Science and Open Data Related Events

  • European Pathways to Open Science, 2016-10-25, Austria, Organized by Gerda McNeill | Type: informationsveranstaltung

  • April 2016: Research Data Management Towards Open Science- The Importance of Policies

  • This workshop was organized by the LEARN project.

  • The use and sharing of research data has the potential to fundamentally change the way research is undertaken and shared.Pervasive networks mean that researchers are able to collaborate and share not only their publications, but also the research data, which underpins them.

  • The LEARN Workshop was designed to encourage all stakeholders – researchers, research funders, research organizations and senior decision makers – to explore what their roles and responsibilities are in this fast-changing environment. The EU-funded LEARN project engaged with stakeholders and produced model policies and toolkits which are aimed at supporting them as they embrace the challenges that research data management brings.

  • January 2016: Open Science - Technology and Science

During the event three specific technical and scientific aspects of Open Science and Open Research Data were addressed:

  • What is metadata and how to create them best? 

  • Why do we need data management plans? 

  • Do Open Data Repositories invite the best quality records?

The event also included discussions on the use of Altmetrics for assessing the quality of research works - these are alternative metrics for the evaluation of scientific publications. 

The event was carried out in collaboration between OpenKnowledge Austria and OpenScienceASAP.


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  • Sillaber, A. 2016c. “Open Access Publishing in the ‘Neuropsychiatrie, Vereinigt Mit Psychiatrie & Psychotherapie’ [Open Access Publizieren in Der „neuropsychiatrie, Vereinigt Mit Psychiatrie & Psychotherapie“].” Neuropsychiatrie 30(1). doi: 10.1007/s40211-016-0172-3.

  • Sillaber, A. 2016d. “Open Access Publishing in the ‘Spektrum Der Augenheilkunde’ [Open Access Publizieren Im „spektrum Der Augenheilkunde“].” Spektrum Der Augenheilkunde 30(1):2. doi: 10.1007/s00717-015-0286-1.

  • Sillaber, A. 2016e. “Open Access Publishing in the ‘Wiener Klinische Wochenschrift’ [Open Access Publizieren in Der „wiener Klinischen Wochenschrift“].” Wiener Klinische Wochenschrift 128(1–2):5. doi: 10.1007/s00508-015-0942-0.

  • Sillaber, A. 2016f. “Open Access Publishing in the ‘Wiener Medizinischen Wochenschrift’ [Open Access Publizieren in Der „wiener Medizinischen Wochenschrift“].” Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrift 166(1–2):1. doi: 10.1007/s10354-015-0425-y.

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  • Tinelli, A., A. Malvasi, G. Hudelist, O. Istre, and J. Keckstein. 2009. “Abdominal Access in Gynaecologic Laparoscopy: A Comparison between Direct Optical and Open Access.” Journal of Laparoendoscopic and Advanced Surgical Techniques 19(4):529–33. doi: 10.1089/lap.2008.0322.

  • Tüür-Fröhlich, T. 2011. “Closed vs. Open Access: Scientometric Gender Analysis of Three Social Science Journals [Closed vs. Open Access: Szientometrische Untersuchung Dreier Sozialwissenschaftlicher Zeitschriften Aus Der Genderperspektive].” Information-Wissenschaft Und Praxis 62(4):173–76.

  • Valderrama-Zurián, J. C., R. Aguilar-Moya, and J. Gorraiz. 2019. “On the Bibliometric Nature of a Foreseeable Relationship: Open Access and Education.” Scientometrics 120(3):1031–57. doi: 10.1007/s11192-019-03175-z.

  • Versluis, L., R. Matha, S. Talluri, T. Hegeman, R. Prodan, E. Deelman, and A. Iosup. 2020. “The Workflow Trace Archive: Open-Access Data from Public and Private Computing Infrastructures.” IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems 31(9):2170–84. doi: 10.1109/TPDS.2020.2984821.

  • von Bauer, B. 2013. “Constitution of OANA (Open Access Network Austria) Am 21/11/2012 [Konstituierung von OANA (Open Access Netzwerk Austria) Am 21.11.2012].” VOEB-Mitteilungen 66(2):362–64.

  • von Blechl, G. 2012. “6th Announcement of Open-Access Days - Vienna University 26, to 27 September 2012 [Ankündigung Der 6. Open-Access-Tage - Universität Wien, 26. Bis 27. September 2012].” VOEB-Mitteilungen 65(1):132.

  • von Rathmanner, M. 2015. “Workshop Open Access Und Open Data in Horizon 2020 – Rechtliche Vorgaben Und Praktische Umsetzung (Wien, 11. Juni 2015).” VOEB-Mitteilungen 68(2):388–90. doi: 10.31263/voebm.v68i2.1166.

  • von Rieck, K., and I. Matt. 2016. “Informationsveranstaltung Des Open Access Network Austria (OANA) (Wien, 1. Juni 2016).” VOEB-Mitteilungen 69(2):337–45. doi: 10.31263/voebm.v69i2.1645.

  • Von Schilhan, L. 2014. “Bericht Über Die „open Access Tage 2014“(KÖln, 8.–9. September 2014).” VOEB-Mitteilungen 67(3–4):487–89.

  • von Schmidt, V. 2015. “Golden, Green and „other“road to Open Access: Statistics for Austria [Goldener, Grüner Und „Anderer“ Weg Zu Open Access: Statistiken Für Österreich].” VOEB-Mitteilungen 68(2):217–37. doi: 10.31263/voebm.v68i2.1152.

  • von Semanek, B., A. M. Finta, and S. Blumesberger. 2016. “Confederation of Open Access Repositories Annual Meeting 2016 in Vienna (Vienna, April 12–13, 2016) [Jahrestagung Und Konferenz Der Coar (Confederation of Open Access Repositories) 2016 (Wien, 12.-13. April 2016)].” VOEB-Mitteilungen 69(2):329–36. doi: 10.31263/voebm.v69i2.1644.

  • Von Stigler, S. 2015. “Open Access and the Hybrid Journal Publishing Model – an Analysis Regarding Transparency of Selected Publishers [Open Access Und Das Hybride Zeitschriftenmodell – Eine Analyse Zur Transparenz Bei Ausgewählten Verlagen].” VOEB-Mitteilungen 68(1):66–78. doi: 10.31263/voebm.v68i1.998.

  • Wachter, G., S. Kuhn, S. Minniberger, C. Salter, P. Asenbaum, J. Millen, M. Schneider, J. Schalko, U. Schmid, A. Felgner, D. Hüser, M. Arndt, and M. Trupke. 2019. “Silicon Microcavity Arrays with Open Access and a Finesse of Half a Million.” Light: Science and Applications 8(1). doi: 10.1038/s41377-019-0145-y.

  • Wernisch, D., S. Ziemkendorf, and A. Ferus. 2019. “Six Questions about Open Access to … Tu Wien Academic Press [Sechs Fragen Zu Open Access an … Tu Wien Academic Press].” VOEB-Mitteilungen 72(2):440–45. doi: 10.31263/voebm.v72i2.3027.

  • Zhuang, X., L. Li, C. Payer, D. Štern, M. Urschler, M. P. Heinrich, J. Oster, C. Wang, Ö. Smedby, C. Bian, X. Yang, P. A. Heng, A. Mortazi, U. Bagci, G. Yang, C. Sun, G. Galisot, J. Y. Ramel, T. Brouard, Q. Tong, W. Si, X. Liao, G. Zeng, Z. Shi, G. Zheng, C. Wang, T. MacGillivray, D. Newby, K. Rhode, S. Ourselin, R. Mohiaddin, J. Keegan, D. Firmin, and G. Yang. 2019. “Evaluation of Algorithms for Multi-Modality Whole Heart Segmentation: An Open-Access Grand Challenge.” Medical Image Analysis 58. doi: 10.1016/

  • Zimmermann, D. 2014. “Jump into the Future: Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift Goes for Advanced Open Access in Its 157th Publishing Year.” Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 61(1):1. doi: 10.3897/dez.61.7967.

  • Zoidl, P., F. Sacherer, S. Heschl, G. Honnef, and M. Rief. 2018. “Free Open Access Meducation (FOAM) – Closing the Knowledge Translation Gap? [Free Open Access Meducation (Foam) – Wissenstransfer 2.0?].” Intensiv- Und Notfallbehandlung 43(2):48–51. doi: 10.5414/IBX00523.

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