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​Are there SLAC/AD requirements for publications derived from work done at FACET and Test Beam Facilities? 

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​There are three circumstances to consider:

A.  Publication generated using SLAC resources (e.g. SLAC beam, services, people ..). This work must get a SLAC publication number and be submitted to the SLAC document repository, SciDoc. THIS IS A REQUIREMENT OF THE SLAC DOE CONTRACT. If you cannot access SciDoc, please fill out this form: Word Document.

B.  Publication has a SLAC co-author. It is the responsibility of the principal author to ensure that SLAC, SLAC personnel and the SLAC contract is appropriately acknowledged. Submitting the the publication to SciDoc will help ensure that this is done correctly. If you cannot access SciDoc, please fill out this form: Word Document.

C.  Publication has a SLAC (primary) author. In this case the AD Publication Policy and Guidelines apply. Click on the link to get the policy document.

 

If you fulfil any of these circumstances, please read the Publication Policy below.

 

1). What Publication Policy and Guidelines, SLAC Accelerator Directorate

2). Date - April 10, 2012

3). For - publications in peer-reviewed journals, conferences, research repositories and  formal Laboratory scientific reports.

4). Applies - to all Accelerator Directorate (AD) personnel listed as authors or co-authors in publications. Also to FACET & Test Facility users who have used SLAC resources to generate the publication.

5). Requirements:

  • Credit - all publications must acknowledge funding source (e.g. Work supported by Department of Energy contract DE-AC02-76SF00515).
  • Author affilations - must be shown on title page
  • SciDoc - All publications must have a SLAC publication number. It is the lead author’s responsibility to request a publication number and upload the final draft of the publication to the SciDoc repository.
  • Review & Approval - All publications where the lead author is in AD must be reviewed and approved by their division before being submitted. This isn't required for publications where the lead author is not in AD.
6). Guidelines:
  • Coauthors - must make a substantive contribution and have the right to read and comment on the publication before submission.
  • Collaboration - When collaboration between groups or institutes is involved, special care should be taken to ensure proper credit is given for the contributions of each.
  • Acknowledgement - see policy document for when to acknowledge contributions from non authors. 
  • References - referencing should gives credit to those whose research has informed or led to the work in question
7). Patent & Copyright -  Consideration of patent protection should be made prior to the first public disclosure of the idea (in writing or orally including conference presentations)
8). Additional Resouces:
 If you cannot access SciDoc, you can register using a form: Word Document.

 



​Where can I find a list of publications about FACET or FACET experiments?

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​Here.

Don't forget to add your own publications- this is vital for the continuation of FACET!



​Where can I find a list of publications about ESTB or ESTB experiments?

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​Here.

Please remember to register your papers!



​How do I register a publication?

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​Please register documents through SciDoc. Please report problems with the website to Christine Clarke (cclarke@slac.stanford.edu) who can pass on the comments to the appropriate person.

 

If you do have problems accessing SciDoc with the above link, you can also use this Word Document Form Once completed, email the form and the document to scipubs@slac.stanford.edu. A SciDoc document number will be assigned and an email confirmation will be returned. For assistance with this form, contact scipubs@slac.stanford.edu.

 

All written results of SLAC work must be properly tracked, collected, and made publicly accessible as mandated by SLAC’s DOE Order 241.1B.


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