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Future Circular Collider Innovation Study
Future Circular Collider (FCC) is a feasibility and design project for a new, particle-collider based research infrastructure. Understanding the origins of matter, energy and the inner working of the universe is a "science mission" for the 21st century. This mission is best addressed with an integrated research programme of a highest luminosity electron-positron particle collider that is superseded by an energy frontier hadron collider. This wiki site collects and presents all information that is relevant for the members of the international collaboration that carries this ambitious mission to efficiently carry out their work.

Important Information
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: All project members have the obligation to explicitly acknowledge that their action has received EU funding. This must be done in all activities. Examples include, but are not limited to scientific papers, presentations, posters, web pages, social media, audio-visual productions, announcements, publicly visible elements. The EU emblem and reference to EU funding must be displayed in a way that is easily visible for the public and with sufficient prominence. Therefore include the following statement in all your dissemination, communication and result exploitation actions:

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 951754.

OBLIGATION FOR OPEN ACCESS PUBLICATION OF DOCUMENTS AND DATA: All project members have the obligation (AMGA Article 29 to implement open access for publications and data. We request that pre-prints, reports, data and other relevant materials are placed on the FCC Zenodo Communities. Presentations are to be uploaded to the Indico event sites of the project-organised meetings, workshops and conferences. To be able to comply with the requirements of periodic and final reporting to the EC, the coordinator requires all project members to periodically communicate to the coordinator's project office all references and links of publications and published data (e.g. conference proceedings and journals). In our role as project coordinator, CERN reminds all beneficiaries that non-open access publications are disallowed and that a beneficiary organisation not implementing the open access rule may be sanctioned by the EC (grant reduction or re-imbursement).

OBLIGATION FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: In compliance with the AMGA Article 23a, all members of the project must implement measures to transfer knowledge that results (tangible or intangible outputs of the project) from the publicly funded research to the society. In practice this means that - beneficiaries must identify their background (tangible and also intangible input to the project) and share it with the other beneficiaries for the purpose of carrying out the project - Protect the results with appropriate instruments (see AMGA article 27), for instance with licences including Open Access such as Creative Commons and proprietary licenses, documentation of the existence of secrets, filing of patents or trademarks, registering industrial designs, declaration of confidentiality conditions The coordinator reminds that a) costs for managing IP are eligible (can be covered from the H2020 grant) and 2) that non compliance may be sanctioned by the EC with grant reduction.

-- AnnaYaneva - 2021-05-28

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