This page explains how to add a publication to the InfoScience database
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The very next step after submiting a publication to an editor or a conference is to add a corresponding record in Infoscience.
The Infocience record should be updated concurently with the status of your publication (submitted, accepted, presented).
Infocience records hold many fields that should be conscientiously filled out. The more information is added, the more information can be extracted/search afterward.
Infocience is also a place holder to save a copy of the publication. Not only the submitted files should be save in Infocience, but also the working files, the presented slides, etc.
The file access can be restricted to the LA, to the EPFL or can be accessed worldwide.
Prepare your files
Prior to submit your publication to Infoscience prepare the following material:
|The submitted paper in pdf format
It should have a meaningful name such as CCCCCC_YY_AAAAA.pdf,
|The working files compressed (“zipped”) in one file.
It should have a meaningful name such as CCCCCC_YY_AAAAA_WK.zip
Submit your publication
The next step is to add the publication record to Infosience.
You must be identified to have the writing access granted, the Infoscience login is here
Then select the sumission page here
Upload your files
The next step is to upload the publication files to Infosience.
The access to the uploaded files can be restricted to:
- – private (to the LA)
– restricted (to the EPFL)
– public (worldwide access).
More than one file can be associated with a publication, at least the Infoscience entry should contain the submitted publication (public access).
For internal use, a copy of the published publication with the pages number should be stored with private access, unless allowed by the editor.
Additionnaly the following files can be added:
- – The working files, compressed in one file (zip) and uploaded, with private access.
– The presented slides (pdf, ppt, etc.), with public or private access
– Any other files related to the publication, notice that the storage space is finite!
Modifications and deletion