Produce scientific outputs and provide them with open access.
Researchers are expected to produce, during their secondment, one or more of the scientific outputs related to a work package and task of the research program. The outputs can be drafts, submitted or published materials.
Besides, researchers have to upload, in open access as soon as possible and at the latest on publication, an electronic copy of the published version or final peer-reviewed manuscript accepted for publication.
Examples of scientific outputs
- A post-trip report outlining the research and training activities while on secondment (within 30 days after the end of the secondment)*;
- Articles for publication in peer-review journals;
- Chapters of edited volumes;
- Ph.D. dissertations;
- Proceedings and working papers;
- Conference papers and seminar presentations...
* Mandatory output
Examples of open access repositories
- The open electronic repository of your institution (ask your librarian for further information)
In all of these outputs, participating researchers have to acknowledge the financing of the project.