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ORCID
An author identifier that uniquely identifies each researcher and his/her scientific production.

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Bibliotècnica: Tools for the researcher
Tools and resources for academic publishing and editing: publishing books, journals, doctoral theses; recommendations on writing, use of bibliographic identifiers, etc

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Open Access
A movement that advocates free, permanent access to academic and scientific content, promoting accessibility, visibility and research impact.

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Bibliometric indicators and accreditations
Provides information to facilitate assessment and accreditation of the scientific activity of UPC researchers.

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Intellectual property
Information on copyright and intellectual property: rights with respect to consultation, reproduction, distribution, public communication and transformation of publications.

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Web of Science
The Institute for Scientific Information’s database of references and citations.

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Scopus
Elsevier database of references and citations.

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Bibliometric studies
Studies produced by UPC libraries: articles published by researchers (organised by subject area and school), scientific publication observatory.

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Bibliotècnica
UPC library resources and services: access to e-journals, databases, and support services for study, teaching and research.

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UPCommons
Website for open access to UPC knowledge: preprints, journal articles, participation in conferences, doctoral theses, academic papers, UPC journals and conferences.

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GeoCommons
Geolocation of academic production of UPC

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E-books UPC
Catalogue of UPC's electronic books

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E-revistes UPC
Catalogue of UPC's electronic journals

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DRAC
The UPC’s Research and Academic Activity Database: CVs of research staff, catalogue of research groups, calculation of points for research activities, etc

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Escola de Doctorat
UPC Doctoral School: courses offered, enrolment, grants and scholarships, and academic information.

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Oficina de Patents i Llicències
The office that manages protection and exploitation of intellectual and industrial property for all research activities carried out by UPC members and groups.

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Gabinet de Planificació, Avaluació i Qualitat
The Bureau’s mission is to support the University’s governing bodies in designing, implementing and monitoring institutional, academic and quality-related planning and assessment processes, in accordance with guidelines in effect, institutional objectives, and legislation and regulations in force, with the overall aim of ensuring continuous improvement in its various areas of activity and accountability to stakeholders.

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UPC research news
  • A study led by the UPC and the IEEC has determined the mass and radius of one of the oldest stars in our galaxy for the first time
    A study led by the researcher Alberto Rebassa-Mansergas, from the UPC and the IEEC, has determined the mass and radius of one of the oldest stars in our galaxy for the first time and validated the theoretical mass-radius relations for such stars. The results of this study are published in the journal Nature Astronomy.
  • NASA’s InSight probe with UPC technology on board lands successfully on Mars
    On 26 November, NASA’s InSight probe landed successfully on Mars with UPC technology on board. Researchers from the UPC’s Micro and Nanotechnologies Research Group participated in the design of the wind sensor that travelled on the probe, which will be the first to record seismic vibrations and measure the flow of heat emitted by the planet’s surface. This information will help determine the planet’s internal composition and how it was formed.
  • The ANYWHERE project will showcase their major achievements in Brussels
    The Centre of Applied Research in Hydrometeorology (CRAHI) of the UPC is coordinating the ANYWHERE project, aimed at establishing a pan-European multi-hazard platform for faster analysis and anticipation of weather-induced risks prior to event occurrence. It will also improve response management in emergency situations and help exposed populations avert loss of life, damage to infrastructure and economic losses related to these events. The project will showcase their major achievements in the Security Research Event 2018 to be held in Brussels this week.
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UPC Knowledge maps
UPC Knowledge maps
UPC Experts directory for the media
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Journals with UPC articles
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Award-winning UPC publications
Award-winning UPC publications
UPC research key figures
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Rankings observatory
Rankings observatory