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Project members should upload their publications on the FCC Zenodo communitites and are responsible for archiving all their technical scientific reports.

Zenodo provides each publication with a Digital Object Indentifier. The DOI is used to permanently identify an article or document and link to it on the web.

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How to deal with publications in other open-access repositories?

There is no conflict but a complementary process:

  • Upload first to Zenodo and then to arXiv or a similar repository and cross references (preferred option),
  • Or upload to another repository (e.g. arXiv) and then to Zenodo.


Submit a document, step by step

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Go to https://zenodo.org

Log in to account or sign-up for if this is your first submission.

Find your Zenodo Community and click on View

There are 6 Communities that are available on Zenodo to publish all FCC Feasibility Study related documents:

  • Future Circular Collider Accelerators: this community collects documents and data relating to the Future Circular Collider accelerators topics. It includes hadron colliders, lepton colliders, ep colliders, hadron injectors, lepton injectors and related software and computational matters.

  • Future Circular Collider Engineering: this community collects documents and data relating to the Future Circular Collider technologies topics. It includes beam diagnostics, beam transfer, collimation, accelerator controls, detector controls, dumps and stoppers, equipment and machine...

  • Future Circular Collider Implementation, health, safety and environment: this community collects documents and data relating to the Future Circular Collider safety concepts, technical risk assessment, environmental impact, radiation protection, conventional waste management, radioactive waste management, occupational...

  • Future Circular Collider Innovation Study : this collection gathers general documents that are produced in the frame of the EU H2020 funded Future Circular Collider Innovation Study (FCCIS). Examples include, but are not limited to the Grant Agreement, milestone and deliverable reports, general...

  • Future Circular Collider Physics and Experiments: this community collects documents and data relating to the Future Circular Collider physics and experiments topics. It includes theoretical physics, experimental physics, detector studies, detector technologies and related software and computational matters.

  • Future Circular Collider Technologies: this community collects documents and data relating to the Future Circular Collider technologies topics. It includes beam diagnostics, beam transfer, collimation, accelerator controls, detector controls, dumps and stoppers, equipment and machine...

Upload your document

Instructions

  • Upload minimum one file and fill-in required fields (marked with a red star ).
  • Press "Save" to save your upload for editing later.
  • When ready, press "Publish" to finalize and make your upload public.
  • Specify communities which you wish your upload to appear in. The owner of the community will be notified, and can either accept or reject your request.Please make sure your record complies with the content policy of the communities you add; reported abuse will be followed by account inactivation.

Basic information

Some data are mandatory to start a submission on Zenodo:

  • Upload type (see list below)
  • Digital Object Identifier (you can reserve a DOI and submit your document later, or leave the filed empty and a new DOI will be assigned to your document)
  • Publication date
  • Title
  • Authors
  • Description
  • Access right (Open Access, Embargoed Access, Restricted Access, Closed Access)
  • Licence

List of Upload types:
  • Publication: i) Annotation collection, ii) Book, iii) Book section, iv) Conference paper, v) Data management plan, vi) Journal article, vii) Patent, viii) Preprint, ix) Project deliverable, x) Project milestone, xi) Proposal, xii) Report, xiii) Software documentation, xiv) Taxonomic treatment, xv) Technical note, xvi) Thesis, xvii) Working paper, xviii) Peer review, xix) Other
  • Poster
  • Presentation
  • Dataset
  • Image: i)Figure, ii) Plot, iii) Drawing, iv) Diagram, v) Photo, vi) Other
  • Video/Audio
  • Software
  • Lesson
  • Physical object
  • Workflow
  • Other

If applicable, register the Funding (the reference is the Grant Agreement number)

H2020 applicable policy for FCCIS EU Project publications

All documents and data produced in the project:

  • must be made available as Open Access publication, free of charge.
  • must include the EU emblem and the following acknowledgement text: ''The Future Circular Collider Innovation Study (FCCIS) project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant No 951754.'' 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.
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