The IMB-CNM library collection is specialized in the area of Physics, Electronics and Computer Engineering, in accordance to the main working fields of the Institute. This catalogue is part of the CSIC Libraries and Archives Network (CIRBIC).
The library offers its services to the entire research community of the IMB and to the rest of CSIC, as well as specialized researchers in our field and also to university students. It is publicly available and can be consulted online.
Monday to Thursday, from 8:00 to 14:00 and from 15:00 to 17:00
Friday from 8:00 to 14:00.
Summer time: Monday to Friday from 8:00 to 14:30
Any document marked as available in the catalogue can be borrowed.
Documents listed in the catalogue as "not for loan" cannot be borrowed:
- Reference Works
- Theses, dissertations and unpublished Final Year Projects
- Internal reports and research papers and / or unpublished
* Documents that are not in the Library of CNM-IMB may be requested from other libraries or external network. The cost of requests to external centres depends on the provider's rates and will be charged to the projects. You must be a registered user of the CSIC Library to use these services.
PAPI Off-Campus Access Service
PAPI Off-Campus Access Service is service that allows access from anywhere with Internet connectivity to collections of electronic journals and databases licensed to CSIC and to the Intranet of the Libraries Network.
PAPI is a system that provides access to any type of electronic information through mechanisms of local identification (username and password validated against a mail server or a directory server, electronic systems, certificates, etc.) so access is independent of the IP address of the computer from which it is made.
Any CSIC researcher or worker at CSIC has access to these resources.
Digital.CSIC is an open file that gives access to the scientific production of the centres and institutes of CSIC which is not subject to copyright restrictions.
CSIC Institutional Open Access Mandate
The open access mandate is the natural evolution of an institutional policy committed to opening access to CSIC research results since 2006. The open access mandate provides that various types of CSIC research results are deposited and accessible through the Digital.CSIC repository.
OA Publication Support Program
CSIC, through its Unit of Scientific Information Resources for Research (URICI), has signed agreements with some publishers to support open access publishing (OA). Thanks to these agreements, CSIC authors can benefit from discounts in the Article Processing Charges of their OA publications. The amount of the discount varies depending on the publisher.
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