Use of Zenodo for GCF 2021 Conference proceedings

Dear GCF2021 participant,

As mentioned we will make conference contributions available through Zenodo (, a CERN-developed platform for permanent storage of digital content. General information about the "ESO conference proceedings 2.0” at Zenodo can be found at

The main advantages of Zenodo are that the content will be

• citable: Zenodo will assign DOIs (Digital Object Identifiers; to all submissions

• discoverable: the ESO Library will ensure inclusion of the conference collection in the ADS Abstract Service

• archived: Zenodo will preserve the material permanently

The Zenodo privacy notice is available here:

If you would like your contribution to be included in the conference proceedings, please upload it to Zenodo following the steps below by Friday, 25.06.2021.

Step by step instructions to upload your contribution to Zenodo

  • Make sure you have access to Zenodo (either through a personal account or using your ORCID or Github ID)
  • Log into Zenodo at
  • Upload your contribution as follows:


  • drag and drop PDF of your slides or poster; click Start Upload (suggestion for file naming: GCF2021_TypeOfContribution_LastName.pdf)

Upload type:

  • Poster or Presentation

Basic information:

  • Title: Title of your presentation
  • Authors: Name, FirstName / Affiliation / ORCID (if available) of all co-authors
  • Description: Abstract of your contribution

License: The SOC suggests to accept the default Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International licence.

  • For the other fields, we suggest to leave them empty or accept the default values.
  • When you are finished, click Save, then Publish at the bottom of the page.

The SOC will accept your contribution, and it will become retrievable at

Please note that once you have granted your consent to include your presentation in the Zenodo collection by providing the required details, and after successful upload of your contribution, it will receive a DOI (Digital Object Identifier), will be indexed in the ADS Abstract Service, and shall remain available permanently. Therefore, please only upload final versions which are suitable for public distribution.

In case you absolutely need to withdraw or replace your uploaded content, please contact us at

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This workshop is supported by ESO and the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory.

Keywords: merging clusters | high-z clusters | proto-clusters | detection, classification & comparison | ICM physics | AGN feedback | star formation | galaxy evolution | future facilities

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