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


Research Data Management – what can I do?

Training on Data Management (in German) on Tuesday 28 November from 17.30 to 19.00. Registration necessary. Read more

New ETH Research Data Management Website

At ETH Zurich a new website on research data has been launched. It provides a central source of information and a point-of-contact for data management related topics and is maintained by the Digital Curation group (ETH Library) and by ETH Scientific IT Services. The website offers information on data management planning, active data management and publication and long-term preservation of research data. Read more

Activation of Web of Science and Scopus imports

From now on, new journal and conference contributions are imported automatically from Scopus and Web of Science to the Research Collection if at least one author from ETH Zurich has contributed to the publication. Please note that you still need to add your organizational code to these items in order for them to appear in your academic report or on your website. Read more

Recently Added 

  1. RhoA activation and nuclearization marks loss of chondrocyte phenotype in crosstalk with Wnt pathway 

    Pichler M.; Öztürk E.; Despot-Slade E.; et al. (2017)
    Experimental Cell Research
    Journal Article
  2. Methods and Model Dependency of Extreme Event Attribution: The 2015 European Drought 

    Gudmundsson L.; van Oldenborgh G.; Orth R.; et al. (2017)
    Earth's Future
    Journal Article
  3. Comparative Rich-Picture-Diagram for Assessment of Building Sustainability Labels 

    Cisar, Sasha; Habert, Guillaume (2017)
    This paper’s goal is a framework for a comparative depiction of sustainability labels for buildings and other scales. Applying the method of a Comparative Rich-Picture-Diagram (cRPD) allows a multi-scalar and multi-objective analyse of building standards and labels for sustainable construction. This paper presents a two-step part of the method to display the structure of the label, weighting of indicators and translation into a multi-dimensional ...
    Conference Paper
  4. Building with excavated material 

    Habert, Guillaume; Cisar, Sasha (2017)
    ETH Zukunftsblog
    Earth is an ideal building material: it’s low-cost, saves resources and regulates indoor climates. What's more, earth is readily available in the places where people build. Yet the construction potential of earth remains undervalued.
    Other Publication

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