Researchers at Chalmers collaborate extensively with scientists in other places in the world. This is particularly noticeable by the articles that come about as a result of this collaboration. How cooperation appeared in 2012 and 2011 appears on the interactive world map that Chalmers library has created. On the map, located at the bottom of the page, you will see all the universities, colleges, institutes and companies that Chalmers researchers collaborated with to publish scholarly articles.

Open Access

Chalmers has the ambition to make all published research results freely available to everyone. This is known as Open Access. To ensure that Chalmers' scientific results are disseminated widely an Open Access Policy was introduced 2010.

Chalmers publications in

Researchers at Chalmers register bibliographic data in the database, which is administrered and owned by Chalmers Library. There you can find printed or electronically published licentiate and doctoral thesis, conference papers, journal articles and reports. More and more publications are recorded in full text.

Chalmers Library

Chalmers Library has a separate website:

Page manager Published: Mon 14 Jun 2021.

The Chalmers World Map of 2012 is based on publications registered in the Web of Science as a result of international collaborations between Chalmers and another partner. The map has been limited to only include the 393 partners that Chalmers collaborated with at least two times during the year of 2012.

Se kartan i fullskärmsläge

Se kartan i Google Earth (kräver plug-in)

In 2011 was researchers at Chalmers University of Technology represented in 1039 publications registered in the Web of Science, along with some 1 000 partners. The worldmap is based on these publications. Most collaborations are with researchers in the U.S.. Within Europe, there is most collaborations with German, British, French, Dutch, Spanish, Italian, Danish, Russian, Belgian, Norwegian, Finnish, Polish and Austrian researchers. Outside Europe and the U.S. researchers at Chalmers collaborates mostly with researchers in Canada, Japan, China and India.

See map in full screen mode

See map in Google Earth (requires plug-in)