Publication Opportunities for Postdoctoral Researchers
Graduate Institute’s Publishing Grants
The Institute encourages recently graduated students to publish their work through a fund specifically designed to support the publication of PhD theses defended at the Institute. The publication project should be submitted to the Research Office (with copy of diploma, grades and jury’s evaluation, electronic copy of the thesis, and publisher’s agreement to publish as well as terms of this agreement). You will find the full conditions and procedures to be followed on our Academic Publications page.
External Publishing Grants
- Ernst and Lucie Schmidheiny Foundation – This foundation, which aims at contributing to the development of academia in Geneva, can cover publication fees. Submission deadlines are 1 April and 1 October.
- SNSF book publication grants – The SNSF awards grants to cover the costs of digital book publications of research results, whether they result from an SNSF-funded project or not.
Getting Your Thesis Published
Once you will have completed your PhD, you will perhaps want to adapt it for publication. Visit our Academic Publications page under “From Dissertation to Book”, which provides general guidelines and resources about the quite lengthy process of turning your dissertation into a book.
More Useful Information
For further advice on publishing an article, selecting the right publisher, writing a book proposal, open access resources and repositories, please refer to our Academic Publications page.