Results of experiments at SLS
Guidelines for Publications
All publications that are produced based on results obtained at the SLS beamlines should be registered within the PSI publication repository DORA-PSI. Please follow the link 'Add Publication 'from the DORA main menu. The number of paper citations will be taken as a measure of the impact of the SLS, which will influence the future financial support the facility receives.
Requirements for SLS Publications
At least the authors must mention Paul Scherrer Institut, SLS, the instrument and the beamline/station support in the acknowledgement, for example in the form:
"We acknowledge the Paul Scherrer Institut, Villigen, Switzerland for provision of synchrotron radiation beamtime at beamline ### of the SLS and would like to thank xyz for assistance."
SLS publications supported under CALIPSO, BioStruct-X (EU-FP7), and ESMIIn addition, following the EU funding guidelines, those papers which are based on results obtained from an experiment supported by the EU CALIPSO/Biostruct-X/ESMI access program must contain the following sentence:
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It is expected that for the final evaluation the experimental data are taken back to the home institution . Especially in case of larger datasets, users are advised to discuss the details with the beamline scientists. Please note that PSI is in the process to implement a new data policy with the guiding principle of open access to experimental data.
Further useful information on data analysis tools may be found here.
In order to fill the time gap between measurement and publication, the main author of a proposal (proposer) is asked to submit a short (1-2p) Experimental Report within few months after the experiment, at latest as input to the next proposal. This Experimental Report should contain preliminary information about the measurement describing what has been measured and what are the results expected.
This report is stored in the DUO database together with the other proposal information and will be available to the Proposal Review Committee fort ranking future proposals from authors of this group.
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