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Horizon 2020 and open access

The Horizon 2020 programme includes the obligation to ensure free access to publications resulting from the research it has helped to fund. The document Guidelines on Open Access to Scientific Publications and Research Data in Horizon 2020defines and provides context to the rules set out in article 29.2 of the model grant agreement. Hence, the obligation established by Inria to submit publications to HAL means that it is perfectly compatible with European Union directives:(cf. p. 6 and following of the Guidelines...).

  • Submitting the author version of the publication to HAL-Inria as soon as possible, and at the latest at the time of publication, is a guarantee of its long-term preservation.
  • The recommendation made by Inria to use a Creative Commons $Attribution licence (CC-BY) is also consistent with what is required for H2020
  • HAL is linked to a European project authority file that makes it easy to link an article to the project in the context of which it has been written;
  • HAL provides a unique identification for authors and articles, and ensures visibility via the OpenAIRE portal (http://www.openaire.eu), which acts as a system of reference for the European Union for the validation of articles linked to the project.

If your project does not appear in the H2020 project system of reference, please do not hesitate to contact us at archive-ouverte@inria.fr

In this way, Inria policy and that of the European Commission are coming together for the free distribution of scientific output.








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