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Data processing and Publication

The beamline staff may help you not only before but also after your experiment, e.g. with the processing and interpretation of the acquired data, experimental report or follow-up proposals. Do not hesitate to stay in contact with us.

Publication co-authorship: The dedicated and experienced beamline scientists working at Elettra invest much of their time in operating, maintaining and improving the instrumentation at the beamlines. As well as this, they support users in performing their experiments, and where appropriate, help with data analysis after the experiment. When a scientist dedicates a significant amount of her or his time to supporting a user experiment, it is only fair that the contribution is recognised, normally by co-authorship of resulting publications. Of course it is not expected that those making a minor contribution are similarly recognised. For instance, those who have a minor role may be thanked in the acknowledgements of a paper. Please discuss with staff the expected level of support and roles of those involved before an experiment.

If you received travel support from CERIC do not forget to acknowledge it in every publication resulting from your experiment. Moreover, information about all publications must be inserted into the Elettra database. A successful publication output of your previous experiment(s) can give you advantage in evaluation of your future proposals.
Last Updated on Sunday, 10 May 2020 14:29