• Software Development

    Since its foundation, MPDL works together with partners from the institutes and from outside the MPG to plan, specify, design, implement and manage software development projects. Having a main focus an data-centric web applications (visualizing, publishing, archiving data), MPDL has its strengths in project management, software quality assurance and unser interface optimisation, in web browsers as well as on mobile devices (including mobile apps). We use all common web and coding technologies and have outstanding expertise in database, file system, workflow, authentication/authorization, and transformation technologies.

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  • labfolder

    What is labfolder?

    labfolder is the place to record, integrate and manage scientific data. With this electronic laboratory notebook (ELN) software researchers can handle the scientific documentation effortlessly with a lot of support for compliance with academic standards. labfolder fully supports the Code of Conduct for Safeguarding Good Academic Practice. The Full Audit trail and the possibility of digital signatures ensure intellectual property and take care for data integrity.
    labfolder is characterized by an easy to handle rights and roles management. For example admin users are able to prevent group members from deleting entries or projects and are allowed to view group members’ lab notebooks. labfolder makes it easy to create groups and subgroups, to define content share settings, to send messages within a group and to use comments to discuss data. Furthermore it is possible to assign tasks to group members.
    It is not only possible to import PDF files, further processing of imported word or excel files can also be done within labfolder. The integration of external apps like Figshare completes this ELN.

    Labfolder for Max Planck researchers

    The Max Planck licensing model for labfolder includes two usage scenarios that try to cover the various and demanding requirements of our Max Planck Institutes.

    (1) Local installation

    labfolder can be set up as an in-house service at the respective institute. Thereby the emerging data will be stored in locally operated server environments.

    For using a local labfolder installation Max Planck researchers need to contact the in-house IT department and/or library team on-site. Cooperations with researchers outside of Max Planck Society are possible, but are potentially limited by regulations of the respective Max Planck Institutes.

    (2) Central installation

    All Max Planck researchers have the possibility to use the central MPG labfolder solution, which is operated by the Max Planck Digital Library (MPDL). The emerging data will be stored at the computer center GWDG in Göttingen, Germany.
    The central installation offers possibilities for a better collaboration on research projects with various stakeholders from different Max Planck institutes, associated organizations, or joint research groups around the world.
    For more information about the MPG labfolder instance please contact the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at the MPDL.

    To get to know more about labfolder in principle and discover all provided ELN features, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., the Max Planck account manager at labfolder.

  • Scientific Journals

    Did you know that Max Planck researchers have access to more than 15,000 scientific journals? Negotiating with over 100 commercial publishers worldwide, we organize licensing, financing and access exclusively for you.

    Access to journals and articles is provided invisibly through "on campus" authentication - no passwords required, no annoying login or paywall experiences. This service is called "MPDL Access Magic" which allows you to go to the publishers’ websites directly or use your preferred tools to search for individual articles such as Google, PubMed or Web of Science. If you like to look for a specific journal use the Electronic Journals Library (EZB). In addition, our recently launched research navigator MPG.ReNa provides you with an overview of information resources available at MPG including all licensed journal collections.

    If you have any questions concerning access issues, license questions, IP address changes or questions about the MPG "Grundversorgung" ask our MPDL Access Magic Helpdesk.  

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  • Scientific Application Services - Support for your Research

    A joint service portfolio of

    Max Planck Computing & Data Facility (MPCDF)
    Max Planck Digital Library (MPDL)


    With our joint team and expertise of MPCDF and MPDL we support you and your research in addition to the IT staff at your MPI. Our specialists and our management operate in close cooperation to provide you with the best scientific application service – especially for the planning and realization of large projects requiring a broad range of services and facilities.
    We assist in finding financing solutions for your next great plan. Our joint support will be led by a single, project-specific person from one of us.

     

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    Analytics on authors, articles, citations and downloads Bibliometric data feeds International council and policy support Open Science Support Open Access Publishing Research database access eBook Access Journal Access Publishing Support MPG.PuRe - MPG's Publication output repository Electronic Lab Notebook Solutions Data Publishing Platforms Data exchange, sharing and archiving solutions Data acquisition systems Scientific visualization Software development support Software development support Consulting storage solution Cloud storage Long term storage HSM file service Virtualized solutions High-performance clusters and storage solutions High-performance computing High-performance software development High-performance network infrastructure Visit the Max Planck Computing and Data Facility Visit the Max Planck Digital Library Interactive service map

     

    Contact us – we are looking forward to working with you:
    Hotline (Monday to Friday 7:00-19:00)
    +49 (0) 89 909311-243
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  • Research Data Management

    The MPDL offers advice and support in research data management. We help creating data management plans for project proposals, we have competency in metadata standards needed for the long-term archival of research data and we assist in converting data to commonly accepted formats.

    We support researchers in finding suitable data repositories and offer possibilities to store research data in a nicely presented, citable and reusable way.

    Contact: Michael Franke (MPDL)

  • Librarian's Resource Center

    Eine wichtige Aufgabe der MPDL besteht darin, den Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftlern an den Max-Planck-Instituten alle relevanten elektronischen Informationsressourcen des institutsübergreifenden Bedarfs optimal zur Verfügung zu stellen. Dies geschieht in Zusammenarbeit mit den lokalen Bibliotheken. Die folgenden Informationen richten sich insbesondere an die Kolleginnen und Kollegen an den lokalen Bibliotheken in der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft.

    • Was ist die Grundversorgung?

    Allgemeine Informationen, Akteure

    • Kommunikation

    Mailinglisten, Liste der Bibliotheken und Serviceeinrichtungen

    • Ressourcen

    Übersicht über lizenzierte Produkte, Titellisten, Nutzungsbedingungen, Nutzungsstatistiken

    • Erwerbung

    Bedarfserhebungen, Wunschliste, E-Book-Einzeltitelerwerb, Normen, DDP-Konditionen, National- und Allianzlizenzen

    • Authentifizierung und Registrierung

    MPDL Access Magic (IP-Zugang, EZProxy), Produkte mit speziellen Anmeldeverfahren (CAS SciFinder, iThenticate, Scopus IDs)

    • Zugangssysteme

    Bibliothekssysteme, EZB, E-Books-Katalog, MPG Bibliothekskataloge, MPG.ReNa, MPG/SFX

    • Open Access für Bibliotheken

    Allgemeine Infos, Open Access Rahmenverträge (OA Publishing), Open Access Archiving (Zweitveröffentlichungsrecht etc.)

  • MPDL Access Magic Helpdesk

    The MPDL Access Magic Helpdesk takes care of all your concerns about access issues, license questions, IP address changes and consulting around all the information services included in the "Grundversorgung" of the MPG. We work with more than 150 publishers to resolve issues.

    The MPDL Access Magic Helpdesk can be reached at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • Reporting and Statistical Analyses

    MPDL creates custom reports for specific decsion making processes concerning the MPG information environment. Based on comprehensive and multi-variate approaches, we identify and collect target-specific financial, usage and structural information, analyze the data and visualize the results. As a result, insights are created into researcher information preferences, publisher relevance, information usage patterns and cost effectiveness.

    Contact: Margit Palzenberger (MPDL)

  • Library System Meta Support

    MPDL supports MPG libraries in the operation of their integrated library systems from various vendors. We help with system changes, organization of library workflows, and optimization in displaying the library holdings. We offer support for system librarians regarding data migration from different data formats to standard library formats.

    In special cases, we contribute to the system librarian expertise at the institute libraries and at GWDG. Additionally, we provide consultancy and coordination concerning the upcoming decision for a next generation integrated library system.

    Contact: Irina Arndt (MPDL)

  • RIO - Research Information Observatory

    The Research Information Observatory (RIO) aims at establishing a technical and operational framework for large bibliographic datasets and other forms of citation intelligence in order to support subject specialists in the MPG to perform their bibliometric analyses and research assessments.

    MPDL provides an easy to use interface to the processed bibliometric data and is responsible for the operation of the framework including the necessary documentation. Developed together with a core group of MPG subject specialists, the project is currently building up.

    Contact: Margit Palzenberger (MPDL)

  • MPG/SFX Demo

    Your bridge to full text PDF 

    MPG/SFX is your button to download the requested article's full text PDF. It takes you from your search results directly to the article on the publisher's website. You will find the MPG/SFX button in databases like Web of Science, Scopus or on many other platforms.

    MPDL maintains this link resolving service and constantly feeds it with the most recent developments in the MPG information portfolio. 

    (Try the Demo-SFX Button below.)

     
    By: Stratmann, Martin
    NATURE MEDICINE  Volume: 20   Issue: 7   Pages: 695-695   Published: JUL 2014

    Context Sensitive Links

  • MPG City Service

    The Max Planck Society grows continuously as a successful research organization - like an "MPG City" harboring diverse research institutes and an expanding infrastructure.

    Within this city there are a significant number of service institutions for all Max Planck Institutes and their research. Our "MPG City Service" guides you through the MPG City and helps you to find the right contact person specific for your needs. We support you and your plans with information about MPG offers regarding digital services, research data management or scientific tools.

    Call us!

    MPG-City Service Hotline: +49 (0) 89 909311-243 (Monday to Friday 7:00-19:00)

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  • Max Planck Brain Imaging Library (OpenBILD)

    Projekt Koordinator: MPI für Bildungsforschung, Berlin

    Partner

    • MPI für Bildungsforschung, Berlin
    • MPI für Kognitions- und Neurowissenschaften, Leipzig
    • MPI für Psycholinguistik, Nijmegen

    Laufzeit: 01.02.2013 – 31.01.2015

    Projektbeschreibung:
    Hirnforschung findet immer größere Aufmerksamkeit in der Presse. Um fundierte Aussagen über die Funktionsweise des menschlichen Gehirns treffen zu können, bedarf es an qualitativen Daten und oft auch einer großen Anzahl an Beispielen für Vergleiche. Daten aus den Neurowissenschaften sind nicht nur äußerst heterogen sondern auch sehr verteilt, so dass Institute der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft vielfach nicht von Experimenten an anderen Standorten profitieren können. Das Projekt OpenBILD konzentriert sich auf Anpassungen der Open Source Plattform XNAT , um Wissenschaftlern aus den Neurowissenschaften das Archivieren und Austauschen von Daten zu ermöglichen. Gleichzeitig werden Werkzeuge für automatische Qualitätskontrollen als auch für das Vorbereiten der Daten zur Verfügung gestellt.

    Die Heterogenität der Daten wird sichtbar, wenn man die verschiedenen Datentypen genauer betrachtet. So finden sich unter den Daten der Wissenschaftler neben Bilddaten im sogenannten DICOM Format aus den MRT Scannern auch demographische, sozioökologische, psychologische, verhaltensbezogene, medizinische und genetische Informationen in den unterschiedlichsten Formaten. Um die Untersuchung der umfangreichen Bestände auch in Zukunft zu gewährleisten, ist die Entwicklung bzw. Nutzung einer Ontologie geplant. Die im Rahmen der Ontologie definierten Konzepte und Beziehungen dienen dazu, Suchen und Browsen der Daten deutlich zu verbessern.

    Um eine nutzbare Plattform für die Wissenschaftler schaffen zu können, müssen ihre Bedürfnisse, ihre verwendeten Datenformate und Workflows im Detail bekannt sein. Der Austausch mit den Neurowissenschaftlern ist für die Entwicklungen in OpenBILD daher von großer Bedeutung. Zur Gewährleistung des Austausches pendelt einer der Entwickler in einem ersten Schritt kontinuierlich zwischen den Institutsstandorten Berlin und Leipzig. Gleichzeig wird der Austausch mit der Open Source Community vorangetrieben, da die Weiterentwicklung der XNAT Plattform selbst sinnvoller Weise in Gemeinsamkeit mit der genannten Community erfolgt. Auf diese Weise profitiert das Projekt von Entwicklungen, die aus den Reihen der Community stammen. Anpassungen der Software, die nur für die Institute relevant sind, werden separat entwickelt und können dann als Modul später mit dem aktuellsten Release der XNAT Anwendung integriert werden.

    Im Laufe des Projektes wird die MPDL die Fähigkeit aufbauen, Support für die bestehenden Installationen als auch eine Beratung für weitere interessierte Institutionen anbieten zu können. Dazu findet ein systematischer Wissenstransfer von den Projektteilnehmern zur MPDL statt, insbesondere durch Dokumentation, Videokonferenzen, Face-to-Face-Treffen und eine enge Zusammenarbeit zwischen den Entwicklern sowie den Projektkoordinatoren. Die MPDL akkumuliert dabei das Wissen der verschiedenen Projektteilnehmer. Als Grundlage für den späteren Betrieb werden die Institute mit Unterstützung der MPDL ein Nachhaltigkeits- und Finanzierungskonzept erarbeiten.

    • eXtensible Neuroimaging Archive Toolkit
    • Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine
    • Magnetresonanztomographie
  • Publication Data Migration Support


    The MPDL migration team supports you and your library migrating to the central Max Planck Publication Repository MPG.PuRe. We extract and convert publication data from systems at the end of their lifecycle. We convert data streams from various sources in a single well-defined format. Over the last 5 years we have successfully supported more than 40 institutes with their migration challenges.

    Migration from eDoc to MPG.PuRe

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    Procedure for migration from eDoc to MPG.PuRe

     

    Migration from from other sources

    Migration from Endnote, BibTeX and other non-eDoc sources have become standard procedures for us.Please contact us for further information and a discussion of your special needs.

     

     

    Contact and further information: Martin Boosen (MPDL)

  • Joint Forces for Better Information Infrastructure

    MPDL continuously improves conditions for more intuitive, more flexible and more reliable information access. Numerous software products and information resources are employed to support a seamless service to researchers. We work with various vendors as well as user communities on top management and operational employee level to monitor and influence upcoming developments for the benefit of MPG users.

    Contact: Ralf Schimmer (MPDL)

  • Joint Forces for Better Licensing

    MPDL collaborates with national and international partners to broaden the scope of and to improve the accessibility to electronic resources for MPG researchers. These collaborations are very valuable for successful licensing negotiations. On the national level, members of MPDL participate in different working groups of the Alliance Initiative and are present in the GASCO (the German, Austrian and Swiss Consortia Organisation). On an international level, MPDL is a member of the ICOLC (International Consortium of Library Consortia).

    Contact: Ralf Schimmer (MPDL)

     

  • Aleph

    Maximize your library's efficiency

    The Aleph integrated library system (ILS) with its efficient, user-friendly tools is currently used by 40 research libraries in the MPG to accomodate the daily demands of their researchers. Aleph is supporting the complete workflow of a modern, user-centered research library in every need (incl. catalog enrichment, acquisition, serials control, loan, inter library loan, web-based search interface). The system configuration can be tailored to meet virtually any library policy or procedure, enabling the creation of unique policies and workflows. The service is hosted by the GWDG, and the librarians are supported by MPDL and GWDG with regard to system configuration and optimization. We will happily assist librarians of the MPG who take an interest in Aleph and consider it to become their new ILS, concerning licensing questions and providing a first overview of the Aleph functionalities. Aleph is an integrated library system (ILS) by Ex Libris. Since 2000 the Max Planck Society and the GWDG have been running a central Aleph server for MPI libraries.

    The forty instances do not share a common database (no library consortia), but are quite independent in their setup.

    MPDL is responsible for overall coordination and licensing matters. Hosting, support, and central system librarians' tasks are done by GWDG. System librarians in the MPIs take care of their libraries' individual setup and, in a joint working group with GWDG and MPDL, of a standardized setup for those libraries wishing their setup to be maintained centrally. Another working group develops and keeps up to date a corporate design for the Aleph OPAC.

    The Aleph team is a group of MPI librarians and members of MPDL and GWDG. They meet about twice a year to discuss different topics, e.g. ongoing developments, the roll out of software upgrades and the participation of the partners in national and international Aleph user groups. The Aleph Team issues a bi-monthly Newsletter informing the librarians of its ongoing work. Discussion and documentation tool for the work of the Aleph team ist the Aleph Wiki. General information on the MPS Aleph Server is available. (Note: Some of the links in this article lead to the Aleph Wiki to which access is restricted to members of MPS and GWDG.)

    Contact: Irina Arndt (MPDL)

  • Open Access Publishing

    Our aim is to make Open Access publishing as easy as possible for Max Planck authors. This information provides an overview of the Max Planck wide arrangements by which open access article charges (APCs) are covered or reduced. You can also search for a specific journal to find out whether APCs are covered here:

    Please note that there are many more relevant Open Access journals, including those not raising any article charges. A complete overview is available in the:

    In order to benefit from central funding, the corresponding author of the publication must be affiliated with Max Planck and this affiliation must be stated in the published paper. Furthermore, it is absolutely necessary to state your Max Planck email address at any stage of the publishing process as well as in the manuscript itself.

    Download this information:

    MPDL Open Access Agreements Flyer

     

     

     

    Open Access agreements (Article charges covered centrally by MPDL)

    PUBLISHER ENTITLED AUTHORS JOURNALS
    American Chemical Society (ACS) Submitting corresponding author

    The ACS open access agreement centrally covers the open access charges for Max Planck affiliated submitting corresponding authors in ACS journals that offer a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY)

    Further information

    BioMed Central (BMC)

    Corresponding author

    All BMC journals

    Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Journals (BQFJ)

    Corresponding author

    All BQFJ titles

    Cambridge University Press (CUP) Submitting corresponding author

    The CUP open access agreement centrally covers the open access charges for Max Planck affiliated submitting corresponding authors in all fully open access and hybrid journals

    Further information

    Copernicus

    Corresponding author

    All Copernicus journals

    EDP Sciences/ Astronomy & Astrophysics
    Corresponding author

    The EDP Sciences open access agreement centrally covers the open access charges for Max Planck affiliated corresponding authors in Astronomy & Astrophysics

    Further information

    eLIFE

    Corresponding author

    eLIFE

    F1000Research Corresponding author F1000Research articles up to 8.000 words and more; please contact us in case of charges for oversized data storage 

    Frontiers

    Corresponding author

    All Frontiers journals

    Hindawi Corresponding author All Hindawi journals

    IOP OA Gold Journals

    Corresponding author

    New Journal of Physics

    Environmental Research Letters

    Journal of Physics Communications

    IOP Subscription Journals
    Corresponding author

    The IOP open access agreement centrally covers the open access charges for Max Planck affiliated corresponding authors in selected IOP subscription journals.

    Further information

    Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)

    Corresponding author

    All MDPI journals

    Open Library of Humanities MPDL supports OLH through financial partnership. OLH does not charge any publication fees. OLH
    Oxford University Press (OUP) Corresponding author

    The agreement with OUP centrally covers the open access charge for affiliated corresponding authors in subscription-based journals that offer the hybrid open access option and that also have a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY).

    Further information

    PeerJ

    MPDL covers "Enhanced Publication Plan" for all Max Planck authors. Alternatively, one-time APCs for Max Planck corresponding authors will be covered.

    PeerJ

    Public Library of Science (PLoS)

    Corresponding author

    All PLoS journals

    Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) / RSC "Read & Publish"

    Corresponding author

    The RSC "Read & Publish" agreement centrally covers the open access charge for affiliated corresponding authors in those subscription-based journals that offer the hybrid open access option and that also have a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY).

    Further information

    SAGE Submitting corresponding author

    2015/2016 Premier title set

    Further information

    ScienceOpen [Pilot agreement]

    Corresponding author

    ScienceOpen Research & ScienceOpen Posters

    SPIE (International Society for Optics and Photonics)

    Corresponding author

    All SPIE journals

    Springer / Springer Compact Agreement

    Corresponding author

    The Springer Compact agreement centrally covers the open access charge for affiliated corresponding authors in those subscription-based journals that offer the hybrid open access option "Open Choice" and that also have a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY).

    Further information

    SpringerOpen

    Corresponding author

    All SpringerOpen journals

    Taylor & Francis, Cogent

    Corresponding author

    Information for authors on publishing with Taylor & Francis

    The Royal Society

    Submitting or corresponding author

    Open Biology

    Royal Society Open Science

    Wiley

    Submitting corresponding author

    MPG participates in the agreement between Project DEAL and Wiley and centrally covers the Open Access fees for affiliated corresponding authors in all hybrid and full Open Access journals.

    Further information

     

    Open Access Monograph Publishing

    PUBLISHER ENTITLED AUTHORS  

    De Gruyter OA Books

    Authors affiliated with a Max Planck Institute - authors receive a discount if more than one Open Access monograph is published with De Gruyter - no central payment by MPDL

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    Nomos

    Authors or editors affiliated with a Max Planck Institute receiving a print grant from their institute: MPDL covers costs of a simultaneous open access online publication

    details

     

    Further related terms and conditions for Max Planck Authors (without central funding)

    The following table shows special terms and conditions for Max Planck authors beyond our central agreements where no central funding is provided.

    PUBLISHER CONDITIONS JOURNALS

    AAAS / Science

    Corresponding author - All Max Planck corresponding authors may receive institutional savings of 15%.   AAAS members are entitled to receive additional savings - no central payment by MPDL.

    More information at AAAS / ScienceAdvances

    ScienceAdvances

    Electrochemical Society (ECS)

    Corresponding author - All Max Planck corresponding authors are eligible to use the ECS Plus Open Access option without payment of article charges (due to our subscription agreement)

    All titles

    IOS Press

    Corresponding author - All Max Planck corresponding authors receive a 50% discount for article charges for IOS Press’ Open Access option - no central payment by MPDL

    All titles

    Karger

    All Max Planck authors are granted a 50% discount on article processing charges for all genuine Open Access Journals - no central payment by MPDL.

    Karger Open Access journals

    National Acacemy of Sciences / Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA (PNAS)

    Corresponding author - All Max Planck corresponding authors receive a discount for the Open Access surcharge ($1,150 instead of $1,500) for a CC BY-NC-ND license. A CC BY license is available for authors whose funders require it, for a fee of $2,200. - no central payment by MPDL

    PNAS

     

    SAGE

    All Max Planck corresponding authors are eligible to claim a 20% discount on APCs. Discount code must be provided when arranging for payment of the APC. The discount cannot be applied after an invoice has been raised or a payment has been made. Please contact your librarian or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to receive the discount code

    SAGE Pure Gold Open Access Journals

     

    Any journal or publisher missing?

    In case you are in need of funding for open access publication charges for a specific journal or publisher, please contact us. We strive for further agreements with publishers where we see a shared demand from Max Planck authors. Please note that we cannot reimburse individual invoices. In that case, your institute or local library may provide further funding opportunities.

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  • Open Access Support

    Open Access Publishing

    also called “Gold” Open Access

    means publishing in a genuine Open Access journal which ensures immediate free access to all articles at the very moment of publication. Copyright will remain with the authors while a public license (usually Creative Commons license CC-BY) is applied to the article. Many Open Access “Gold” journals require payment of „article processing charges“ (APCs) to replace the subscription charges which were traditionally paid by libraries. MPDL strives to cover APCs for Max Planck authors by setting up agreements with Open Access publishers. Learn more about our central agreements.

    Open Access Archiving

    also called “Green” Open Access

    means that the published article or the final peer reviewed manuscript is archived (deposited) by the author or a representative in an online repository before, alongside or after its publication. Self-archiving regulations differ between publisher’s. Normally authors have to check their publishing agreement to find out whether self-archiving is allowed.

    Since 2014 German copyright law has allowed authors of research publications at non-university research institutes to re-publish their papers 12 months after the original publication in a manuscript format. This right cannot be rescinded by any publishing agreement.

    MPDL supports Open Access Archiving by providing the institutional repository MPG.PuRe.

     

    For questions on Open Access contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

     

     

     

  • Services For Information Experts

    Find below jump tiles for our most used services. The complete list can be found in our Service Catalog.

    If you can't find what you are looking for or if you have any questions, feel free to call us at the MPG-City Service Hotline +49 (0) 89 909311-243 (Monday through Friday 7:00-19:00) or send an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

    For all services apply the Terms of Services of the Max Planck Digital Library.

     

     

    If you did not find what you were looking for or if you have any questions, feel free to call us at the MPG-City Service Hotline +49 (0) 89 909311-243 (Monday through Friday 7:00-19:00) or send an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • Services For Researchers

    Find below jump tiles for our most used services. The complete list can be found in our Service Catalog.

    If you can't find what you are looking for or if you have any questions, feel free to call us at the MPG-City Service Hotline +49 (0) 89 909311-243 (Monday through Friday 7:00-19:00) or send an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

    For all services apply the Terms of Services of the Max Planck Digital Library

     

     

    If you did not find what you were looking for or if you have any questions, feel free to call us at the MPG-City Service Hotline +49 (0) 89 909311-243 (Monday through Friday 7:00-19:00) or send an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • Service Catalog

    Please check out our service catalog. If you can't find what you are looking for or if you have any questions, feel free to call us at the MPG-City Service Hotline +49 (0) 89 909311-243 (Monday through Friday 7:00-19:00) or send an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

    For all services apply the Terms of Services of the Max Planck Digital Library.

     

     

    If you did not find what you were looking for or if you have any questions, feel free to call us at the MPG-City Service Hotline +49 (0) 89 909311-243 (Monday through Friday 7:00-19:00) or send an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..