WHY CHOOSE US ?
In line with MDPI’s values, we publish all content in open access, promoting the exchange of ideas and knowledge in a globalized world. MDPI Books encompasses all the benefits of open access—high availability and visibility, as well as wide and rapid dissemination. MDPI Books are distributed under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution License — as an author, you retain the copyright for your work. In addition, with MPDI Books, you can complement the digital version of your work with a high-quality printed counterpart.
To ensure the highest quality, MDPI Books only publishes manuscripts that have undergone thorough reviewing. The quality of the content is matched by the quality of presentation, achieved through professional design that guarantees books that are attractive and a pleasure to read. At MDPI Books, we look to provide a fast publication procedure, to guarantee that books covering state-of-the-art research and time-sensitive topics are released with a minimum amount of delay. Furthermore, a non-defined print-run allows adaptations to be incorporated quickly and easily.
Due to our global network (including in the USA, Europe, and Australia) and well-known channel partners (including Amazon), we ensure maximum visibility and broad dissemination. In addition to appearing on the MDPI Books website, title information of books is sent to international indexing databases and archives, such as the Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB), the Verzeichnis lieferbarer Bücher (VLB), and the Swiss National Library.
Every book we publish is available to read online for free in PDF and EPUB format. In addition, printed versions are available through a print-on-demand service. This offers a sustainable and cost-effective way to publish, coupled with rapid printing and delivery. Our service meets the highest quality standards, allowing you to print and purchase as many copies of your work as you require, at any time. Books are printed on high quality paper in 244 × 170 mm (6.69 × 9.61 in) format with a laminated cover. Several options for availability of your book are possible and we will work with you to select the optimum choice.
MDPI offers the possibility to produce books containing reprints of Special Issues that have appeared in any of its journals. The Special Issue Reprint is made available in an online open access format and as a physical book via print-on-demand. Like all MDPI books, our Special Issue Reprints profit from our global network and well-known channel partners (e.g., Amazon). If you are the Guest Editor of a Special Issue with MDPI and would like to see it come to life as a reprint book, please click the button below and complete the form.
With Selections, you can compile published articles from any MDPI journal into a book that is available online in open access format and as a physical book via print-on-demand. Accordingly, Selections allows you to tailor content to your own needs and interests. It may be an interdisciplinary book focused around a particular theme, a textbook comprising the latest research relevant to your students, or a compilation of all the articles you have published yourself with MDPI. If you want to compile a Selection, please request your Selection below.
As an established academic publisher, MDPI publishes Editions—edited volumes that comprise a spectrum of viewpoints by experts on a particular topic. This includes stand-alone books, series, and conference proceedings. If you are interested in editing a book volume or a book series with MDPI, please submit your proposal online and look at the Information for Authors.
MDPI believes that the contemporary trend towards wider and faster dissemination of knowledge and open access to the latest research should also benefit monograph authors. Accordingly, MDPI publishes short-form or full-length monographs by single or multiple authors, including doctoral theses. If you have a manuscript you would like to be considered for publication please submit your proposal online and look at the Information for Authors.