Submit Your Thesis
One of the primary goals of BISE Student is make the publication of student theses as easy as possible while also ensuring content excellency and openness. The entire publication process is designed around this goal. For example, BISE Student transparently handles submissions via the bloxberg blockchain, which is a decentralized and open research infrastructure that is governed by various research institutes and scientists. Openness is further promoted by publishing all theses under open access licenses. To speed up the publication process while upholding scientific quality standards, BISE Student employs a transparent reputation-based endorsement system.
Based on these and many other ingredients, publishing your thesis with BISE Student only takes five simple steps. You can learn more the individual steps below. Once you checked that your thesis fulfills all platform requirements, you can start the process right away.
Publication Process Overview
Fill out the submission form and upload your thesis as PDF document. In the form you are asked to enter required information about you and your thesis. Furthermore, you need to provide the contact information of at least one examiner or supervisor of your thesis (see Step 3 or click here to learn why).
Sign the submission smart contract using your bloxberg account. Click here to learn more about bloxberg and how you can create your own account for free.
Wait for the endorsement of your submissions by at least one of the examiners or supervisors of your thesis. With the completion of Step 1, endorsers are automatically contacted and provided with the necessary information to perform this step. Learn more about the endorsement process and how it helps to ensure the quality of published theses.
Following a email notification, provide your final confirmation for the publication of your thesis.
After approval of the BISE Student editors, the thesis is officially published on BISE Student. From this point on, your thesis will be publicly accessible to anyone interested in your work. Reuse of your thesis is regulated based on the license you chose in Step 1. Learn more about different publication licenses here.