For many doctoral candidates, the process of achieving a doctoral degree presents the first opportunities to publish their work. In addition to maintaining good scientific and research practice as well as avoiding academic misconduct, it is important for doctoral candidates to understand the role of intellectual property law in publishing scientific works. More information can be found at the following links:
- EURAXESS: Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)
- Your Europe: Intellectual Property
- FAU: Information on Intellectual Property Law in Teaching (German)
- FAU University Library: Intellectual Property Law (FAQ) (German)
For specific questions regarding the intellectual property concerns of your own research, your doctoral supervisor is your best resource.