Open Access & Open Data

Ces articles traitent des question de diffusion en Open Access des publications et des données de la recherche.
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Ecole des Ponts Open Access rate
The Ecole des Ponts Open Access rate is calculated on the basis of the articles published by researchers in the school's research units, from 2017 to 2020.
École des Ponts' open access rate
This open access rate was assessed at the end of 2023 based on the corpus of articles published by researchers from the school's research units in 2022.
Legal deposit and dissemination of your dissertation
The École des Ponts ParisTech takes charge of the legal deposit of your dissertation. Here is what you need to know.
Open Access
Everything you need to know about Open Access! Principles, objectives and legal aspects.
Research Data - 1. Introduction
The purpose of this page is to make you aware of the issues at stake in Open Science and to present you with the best practices for managing and valuing research data, as we have been doing for many years in favour of open access to your publications.
Research Data - 2. Legal Background
This page presents the legal context governing the sharing of research data: ownership, rights and dissemination obligations, licenses to be applied...
Research Data - 3. Technical Questions
This page sets out the methods for managing and sharing research data and computer code, from the start of the project with a description of how data will be handled, to the end with the choice of repositories.
Scientific Integrity
Definitions and practical information for honest research at the École des Ponts.
The Open Science Plan for École des Ponts ParisTech
The École des Ponts ParisTech has been involved for nearly 10 years in the open access movement, with an institutional open access repository (HAL) and numerous awareness-raising activities for researchers. The dissemination of all research products (including publications, data and software code) is now subject to increasing incentives for greater openness, i.e. the systematic and toll-free online availability of scientific production.