These new books have just arrived in the library:
|Rumble, John [Ed.]…||CRC handbook of chemistry and physics||2019||50 E 8-100. ed.|
|Oliveira, Leiva Casemiro …||Surface plasmon resonance sensors||2019||28 D 13-Vol. 70|
|GDCh||Chemie der Elemente [PDF]||2019||40 A 36|
|Advances in imaging and electron physics||2019||16 D 1-Vol. 211|
You find the books in the library’s new acquisition section.
How to Get the PDF?
How to Find E-Books?
How to Find the Appropriate Database?
How to Create an Alert?
Find out more in our introductory courses to the library’s electronic information resources.
Friday, September 13, 2019 – 11 am
Monday, September 30, 2019 – 3 pm
The lesson will be held in the FHI library. Please register and
inform us about your focus of interest. In addition, individual
appointments are possible.
MPG SciFinder users can test SciFinder-n in September 2019.
See the Information Service CPT info page at https://www.fkf.mpg.de/mpg-intern/scifinder-n-info (internal).
Feedback is welcome!
How to import references from Google Scholar to your reference management system?
You need to configure the Google Scholar settings (in the upper left-hand or right-hand corner). Under “Bibliography Manager” select the option “Show links to import citations into” and choose your desired format (e.g. BibTeX, EndNote) in the drop down box.
Then the “Import into BibTeX/EndNote” link will appear in Google Scholar and you will be able to send references directly to your reference management system.
EPICS in the Max Planck Society
In the meantime, national research funding institutions, such as the DFG and the BMBF, require mandatory information on the further use or exploitation of the digital data after the completion of projects. This should be taken into account in the experiments as early as the data collection stage, when the digital data are collected in accordance with the FAIR principles. The FAIR principles state that research data should be Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable.
The Max Planck Society supports a project “EPICS for the MPG” at the Fritz Haber Institute. This project is intended to support other institutes in using the EPICS framework. In this talk, the project will be briefly presented.
Thursday, 5 September 2019
Coffee & Tea for free
Max. 10 minutes talk