Scientific deliverables

How to make scientfic outputs available in open access?

Researchers are expected to produce, during their secondment, one or more of scientific outputs related to a work package and task of the research program. The deliverables can be drafts, submitted or published materials. 

Besides, staff members on secondments have to put in open access, at the latest on publication unless there is an embargo, a typescript of the final peer-reviewed manuscript accepted for publication.

It can be the typescript of an article on an institutional repository (‘green’) or the typeset of the article on the publisher’s website (‘gold’). See below examples of institutional repository for open access.

Examples of scientific outputs 

  • Articles for publication in peer-review journals;
  • Chapters of edited volumes;
  • Ph.D. dissertations;
  • Proceedings and working papers;
  • Conference papers and seminar presentations;
  • Attendance at university lectures, workshops, and seminars;
  • Interview in the press such as journal and radio;
  • Public exhibition such as the European Night of Science; 
  • Press release to the media;
  • Advices to policy makers. 

Examples of open access publications

Examples of open access repositories 

Resources for open data

In all of these outputs, participating researchers have to acknowledge the financing of the project.