Repository for Publications and Research Data

Search ETH Zurich’s Research Collection for scientific publications and research data or submit your own research output. Read more


Publication lists on ETH websites

Web editors at ETH Zurich can now integrate publication data from the Research Collection into their web pages. The publications component in the AEM Web CMS has been upgraded accordingly. Further information for users of the publications component is provided on ETH Zurich’s website (access only with nethz login). Read more

Research Collection: ETH Zurich’s new publication platform

The Research Collection serves as a single point of access for members of ETH Zurich to document, publish and archive their academic results. Read more

Data Management Plans for SNSF Grants
The Swiss National Science Foundation SNSF has published guidelines for Data Management Plans. As of October 2017 researchers are requested to submit a Data Management Plan as an integral part of their research application. Read more

Recently Added 

  1. LCIA framework and cross-cutting issues guidance within the UNEPSETAC 

    Verones, Francesca; Bare, Jane; Bulle, Cécile; et al. (2017)
    Journal for Cleaner Production
    Journal Article
  2. Crowdsourcing - The Real People behind the Crowd 

    Graf, Nicole (2017)
    Conference Paper
  3. Release and Gas-Particle Partitioning Behaviors of Short-Chain Chlorinated Paraffins (SCCPs) During the Thermal Treatment of Polyvinyl Chloride Flooring 

    Zhan, Faqiang; Zhang, Haijun; Wang, Jing; et al. (2017)
    Environmental Science and Technology
    Journal Article
  4. Bilinear forms with Kloosterman sums and applications 

    Kowalski, Emmanuel; Michel, Philippe; Sawin, William (2017)
    Annals of mathematics
    Journal Article
  5. Crowdsourcing - The Real People behind the Crowd 

    Graf, Nicole (2007)
    Following the successful crowdsourcing project involving Swissair retirees (2009-2013), ETH Library’s Image Archive set up a comments function on its image database at the end of 2015. On 18 January 2016, the Neue Zürcher Zeitung (NZZ) reported on it and triggered a huge response in both the media and the general public, who are now helping to identify images. This article focuses on our experiences with public crowdsourcing in relation ...
    Conference Proceedings

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