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You have reached the website of the Utrecht University Repository, the digital repository for publications of Utrecht University.
The archive contains documents (theses, articles, reports, monographs, etc.) produced by scientists at Utrecht University.
At November 5th this year, this portal website will be closed and access to the archive goes through NARCIS.
NARCIS is the national portal for access to the repositories of all the Dutch universities, KNAW, NWO and a number of research institutes. NARCIS also contains datasets from some data archives as well as descriptions of research projects, researchers and research institutes. From now on, new theses, articles, reports and monographs from Utrecht University are no longer visible in the current portal but can be found in NARCIS. The change in portal does not change the Utrecht University Repository itself; all documents are still archived.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact contact us.

 
This is the website of the Igitur Archive, the UU's digital scientific archive.

The archive contains documents (theses, articles, reports, monographs, etc.) produced by scientists at Utrecht University.
The majority of the documents are available in full text and are freely accessible via the archive.

Dissertations with Printing on Demand

Igitur offers Printing on Demand (PoD) for dissertations. Freely available dissertations from the archive can be ordered in hard copy. Dissertations archived under an embargo period will be available by PoD when the embargo expires.
Printing on Demand books will be printed in black&white and delivered with a standard cover.

Placing documents in the archive

Utrecht scientists may place the electronic versions of their documents in the Igitur Archive.
You can read more about placing documents in the archive on our information page.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

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