IPERION HSIntegrated Platform for the European Research Infrastructure

Post access duties

After the last of scheduled access, the User Group Leader will be asked to complete post access duties as required by the European Commission.

1. Report and surveys

Within 2 weeks from the completed access to the infrastructure, each User Group Leader of a supported user-project will receive an email with complete instructions on how to submit the following documents:

1 – User Report highlithing the major scientific outcomes of the access [template pdfword]

2 – User Group Questionnare for the EC [click here]. The User Group Leader is requested to download a copy of the responses and send it by email to access@iperionhs.eu.  So, IPERION HS can assess the quality of access is providing and fullfill the EC’s requirements.

3 – User Satifisfactory Form

For ARCHLAB users – https://it.surveymonkey.com/r/6QW3QHJ
For FIXLAB users – https://it.surveymonkey.com/r/6SWS2RS
For MOLAB users – https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5RCGP59

2. Publications

Access to IPERION HS facilities is provided free of charge on the condition that any research output derived from the access performed and the knowledge exchange with IPERION HS scientists are properly acknowledged.
All the results arising from the access should be published and made available to the community. For this reason, IPERION HS strongly encourages users to choose open access journals.

The publication should include:

  • The researchers who either collected data and/or provided support in their elaboration and interpretation as co-authors,
  • Proper reference to IPERION HS facilities that provided access,
  • The following mandatory acknowledgement: “Financial support by the Access to Research Infrastructures activity in the Horizon 2020 Programme of the EU (IPERION HS Grant Agreement n.871034) is gratefully acknowledged”.

An electronic copy of any such papers should be sent to access@iperionhs.it immediately after publication.

IPERION HS may deny free open access to users who fail to acknowledge IPERION HS project, its facilities or its scientists when appropriate.
Users should also note that the European Commission has the right to publish the list of users, that will contain their names, home institutions and description of the work.