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According to an “Information Note” the platform will operate on a strictly voluntary basis.
The platform is part of the H2020 Work Plan 2018-2020: Over a duration of 4 years a maximum of 6.4 million € are foreseen for this action and the implementation of the platform will take place through a fully transparent public procurement process.
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ORCiD – how-to
- Registration takes 30 seconds
- Add your info and enhance your ORCID record with your professional information and link to your other identifiers (such as Scopus or ResearcherID or LinkedIn)
- Use your ORCID identifier on your Webpage, when you submit publications, apply for grants, and in any research workflow
- secondary publication right modified Urheberrechtsgesetz §38 (4) UrhG
- allows author of a scientific work to make the manuscript version available to the public
- scientific work has to be generated in the context of a research activity and published in a periodical collection (at least biannually)
- law applies to scientific publications in journals and magazines
- law does not apply to monographs, proceedings, annuals, commemorative publications
- scientific work was funded minimum 50% by public funds (by federal, state, municipal sources)
- includes non-university research facilities but not universities
- period of twelve months has passed after the first publication of the scientific work
- starting 1. January 2014
- only publication for non-commercial purposes is allowed
- source of the first publication has to be named
- ask your co-authors before re-publishing
- printed re-publishing is not allowed