The Open European Journal on Variable Stars, alias OEJV, is an on-line electronic journal open to anyone who wishes to publish their research on variable stars. Here you will find all kinds of studies dealing with the different groups of variable stars, including new discoveries, conference proceedings as well as tables with extreme ranges of brightness, times of minima of eclipsing binaries and times of maxima of pulsating stars. Results obtained from both visual and CCD observations are accepted.
Since August 2006, OEJV has recruited an international editorial board. Each paper is read by the editors, who then vote to accept or reject submitted papers.
All OEJV publications are included in the Smithsonian/NASA ADS (Astrophysics Data System) and Simbad database.
OEJV is supported by the Variable Star Section of the Czech Astronomical Society and the Department of Theoretical Physics and Astrophysics of the Masaryk University in Brno.
The OEJV is registered as on-line continuous journal: ISSN 1801-5964. It also has its own DOI: 10.5817/OEJV202x-xxxx.