Looking for the full-text of a Cranfield authored paper or thesis?
Whether you are trying to locate the full-text of a Cranfield authored paper or browse a recommended PhD thesis, why not search Cranfield University’s open access digital repository of eResearch – CERES?
CERES contains a growing collection of research undertaken by Cranfield staff and PhD students at Cranfield University (including the Shrivenham campus). With over 5,000 full-text items of research, this includes:
- Journal pre-prints and peer-reviewed journal reprints
- Digital theses* and dissertations for PhD, EngD, MPhil, MRes, DM, DBA
- Book chapters
- Working papers
- Conference papers
- Technical reports
CERES is searchable by:
- Communities & Collections
- Document Type
You can also keep up-to-date with Cranfield’s latest research via email alerts. To do this, you need to register as a user.
*Masters theses can be found in our Masters Theses Archive accessible via the University’s extranet.
Click here to start using CERES!
If you need any assistance please email the CERES team or phone x4449.
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