The EUI Research Repository aims at offering EUI Research Output in Open Access. Cadmus contains today to 44% fulltext PDF in Open Access.
- Some records are without any fulltext, due to copyright issues, some are under a time based restriction (ag. embargo), and a few are under a permanent restriction.
- All EUI Working Papers are Open Access.
- All EUI theses are accessible on-campus in full-text, while 41% is available in Open Access to all worldwide.
- When a full-text is not attached to the Cadmus record often the resource can be reached via the DOI (full-text via DOI) and available in fulltext if the EUI Library pays for a subscription to the publisher.
Cadmus is the EUI Research Repository, collecting, preserving & providing access to the EUI research outputs according to the EUI Open Access policy.
Cadmus is a service of the EUI Library.
All members of the EUI community are required to notify Cadmus of their research outputs and to comply with the EUI Open Access Policy
Cadmus collects and provides access to both scholarly publications and research data. Research outputs in Cadmus are work published by members of the academic or professional staff during their time at the Institute or based on research that they carried out during their time at the EUI. Research output can also be based on the research performed in projects in which the EUI is a partner. In addition, Cadmus includes EUI imprint publications such as EUI Working Paper series.
Submit your publications
- Prepare your publication information/details according to these examples
- Send publication information/details to [email protected]
- Attach the full-text of your publication (PDF of the Final Accepted version) to make it available Open Access. See for example: Open your articles or Open your thesis
- The Library Open Science Office staff will process your submission and make it available in cadmus
Submit your research data
Who can submit research outputs
All members of the EUI community can submit their research outputs to Cadmus, including:
- EUI Professors
- EUI Fellows
- EUI Researchers
- EUI Research Assistants
- EUI Visiting Professors, Fellows and Researchers
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What kinds of research outputs can be submitted
Academic publications of EUI members
- Books / eBooks
- Book chapters
- Special issues of Journals (edited by EUI members)
- Working papers (and similar series)
EUI-sponsored publications / EUI series
- EUI PhD and LLM theses
- EUI Working papers, Policy papers, Lectures series and Research reports
- Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law
- European Journal of Legal Studies (EJLS)
- Publications coming from EU / ERC (Horizon2020/HorizonEurope) projects hosted at the EUI
Recorded academic Audio / Video material
Since December 2022 Cadmus has an audio / video streaming functionality. The following types of contributions are eligible for inclusion*:
With audio / video file(s)
- EUI Distinguished Lectures (eg. Max Weber Programme Lectures, Inaugural / Annual lectures)
- Video Presentations (also short ones) of EUI PhD and Master theses
Metadata only without audio/video file
- Special collection COVID-19 Pandemic contributions
- Special collection State of the Union contributions
EUI Project publications
- All project publications should be made available on Cadmus, offering major visibility for the project result. Cadmus is OAI-PMH compliant and assures the dissemination also via other portals
- Research Projects' publications - especially frequent and large additions - can be included via batch imports
- A csv file is completed by project staff using LibreOffice or OpenOffice
- The import is performed by Library staff into Cadmus
- For information on importing and to obtain an adapted .csv for your project contact [email protected]
Datasets produced at the EUI
EUI members can submit their research datasets for inclusion in the EUI Research Data collection in the Cadmus repository.
These are exceptions that do not need to be communicated for inclusion in Cadmus
- EUI theses, Working papers, and Research reports which are submitted directly by EUI staff
- Forthcoming publications, since only published works are included in Cadmus
- Short, journalistic pieces or book reviews, which are never included in Cadmus
You may also consult Cadmus Takedown Policy
Page last updated on 10 March 2023