After the end of the project
Project results must be disseminated as quickly as possible.
Beneficiaries are obliged to provide free online access to all peer-reviewed publications.
As far as possible, research data must be made available through open repositories (see also Open Research Data Pilot).
The Commission may use and publish non-confidential materials and information received from beneficiaries free of charge.
Beneficiaries must also report to the EU Commission on the successful implementation of the "Dissemination and Exploitation Plan" and the "Communication Plan".
The final report must present a summary of the project in a form that can be published by the Commission. The summary shall include information on the results and social impact of the project.
The final report should include a plan for further dissemination of the project results in order to highlight the added value and positive impact of the project for the EU.
This final report should also include:
- a list of all scientific, peer-reviewed publications of the project results,
- a list of all applications for patents, trademarks, registered designs etc.,
- a list of all usable project results and
- a social impact report.