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Ph.D. Theses' disposal is harmonized with the digitalization of science and the adoption of open access in publications and research results. Ph.D. Theses' disposal contributes to the digital transformation of some key processes of the public sector. T...
Yes, it is obligatory by law. So, after the Ph.D. Thesis' presentation, everyone must submit his digital file in order to get the degree.
Yes, you can submit the digital file of your Ph.D. Thesis to National Archive of Ph.D. Theses. However, the recognition of your doctoral degree is necessary by the competent national body - Hellenic N.A.R.I.C. You can apply to them in order to start th...
Α) Enters the system and complete the required fields: PH.D. THESIS' TITLE Title → Verification of the correctness of Ph.D. Thesis' title submitted by the Secretariat._ _ Title's language → Verification of the correctness of Ph.D. Thesis' titl...
In order to submit an old Ph.D. Thesis, which has been done under the supervision of a Greek university or has been recognised by Hellenic N.A.R.I.C. but have not been included in the National Archive of Ph.D. Theses for any reason, doctorate holders m...
If you forget/ lose your password and so, you cannot enter to Ph.D. Management System, click "I forgot my password" and automatically, you will receive an e - mail to your registered address with a specific instruction in order to set a new password.
The classification of scientific fields applied in NA.Ph.D. is a bilingual, hierarchical vocabulary developed by EKT formed on the Fields of Research ">Frascati Manual. This manual is the OECD internationally recognized tool for collection and use of R...
ΕΚΤ is NOT responsible for making corrections / modifications etc. especially in the scientific fields. The selection of the scientific field is made by the Ph.D. holder during the submission of the dissertation through the Ph.D. Management System, bas...
National Center for Documentation (EKT), as the competent National Statistical Authority of the Hellenic Statistical System, conducts the annual national statistical survey for doctorate holders. The results are published, per year, at the website http...
The release date is the date on which a Ph.D. Thesis can be made available online, in accordance with the license set by the Ph.D. holder and is embedded in the main text and is an integral part thereof. The maximum period that a dissertation can be co...
The submission of a doctoral dissertation is done exclusively by the copyright holder on it, i.e. the Ph.D. holder. Regarding the Ph.D. Thesis' license (or licenses for the accompanying files, if any) specified by the doctorate, this should be _-at his...
In the fulfillment of its institutional role as a Scientific Infrastructure, EKT collects, documents, and disseminates reputable scientific and cultural content in the Greek and international scientific community. In the context of the promotion of kno...
In cases of restriction (embargo) of access to the full text of a Ph.D. Thesis, in N.A.Ph.D., only its metadata appear, which is not subject to restrictive conditions and are searchable by internet users.
If the submitted Ph.D. Thesis includes personal data, it is officially declared that they are part of the digital file and are available with it.
Yes, you can submit accompanying files_ - with your own responsibility - _with the same licence as the Ph.D. Thesis itself, which is valid after the release date and is embedded in its body (in a visible place on the first page), as well as in each acc...
For all Ph.D. theses, Copyright belongs to the authors of the work, i.e. the doctorate holders themselves. They are solely responsible for designating the terms of their work, specifying a Creative Commons license. The doctorate holder is solely respon...
Creative Commons licences are modern non-proprietary licences that allow creators to flexibly delineate the terms of use of their work. Creative Commons licences are copyrighted only and allow the author to control how his/her work is used by third par...