IRIS is the system adopted by IMT to collect and manage bibliographic information of research output published by IMT faculty and IMT PhD students. IRIS also
- maximizes the visibility, accessibility and dissemination of research produced at IMT;
- helps increasing citations to IMT publications;
- provides Open Access to full text research;
- is a reliable source of information on IMT research for all audiences.
To insert or modify your publications, you must authenticate with your IMT credentials.
Guides, tutorial and documentation (in Italian) at this link
E-theses is the archive where are stored and preserved IMT Ph.D thesis produced by the students during their training and research in IMT Institute.
The thesis can be accessible in one of the following formats: full text (complete text available), mixed (only some parts available) and restricted (the full text is not accessible).
IMT encourages the deposits of the full text under Creative Commons License, considering that:
- It improves the dissemination, retrieval and impact of the thesis in the scientific community;
- It prevents plagiarism. It is easier to find text snippets by entering them into a search engine such as Google and plagiarism detection software like Turnitin compares work against freely available internet sources like open access e-theses.
All of the theses in the archive will also be harvested by the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze (BCNF) in accordance with the mandatory deposit law (L 106/04, DPR 252/06).