As an institutional repository, we grant all the free access to search and explore ORBilu. This ensures that we keep research transparent and open up science to all.
This page gives you an overview of ORBilu as a discovery tool, even when you are not logged in.
The search bar on the home page allows you to search in all fields, or just title, abstract or keywords, and select specific authors and contributors.
Use the filter on the left hand side to refine your search.
You can choose types of documents, list of disciplines, select Open Access full text only, recently added references etc.
You can read, download, copy, distribute and print the work as long as you agree:
Contrary to popular belief, Open Access to documents does not change the rights that an author has over their publications. It is therefore not possible to do whatever you want with Open Access documents.
You must comply with the conditions prescribed by the CC license under which the document is published. LEARN +
Restricted documents are only accessible to identified University of Luxembourg members. The documents in private access are visible and accessible only to the authors and co-authors of the reference and cannot be used by third parties.
You can view and download in various formats global statistics, e.g. usage (downloads, views, origin), content (by year, Open Access %, full text, types of documents) and the Top 20 on ORBilu (Most viewed/downloaded references and authors, journals with the most submissions).
You can also view and download statistics by reference, e.g. downloads and views by country, origin of visitors, number of citations (Scopus, Dimensions, Crossref etc.).
The University of Luxembourg researchers' profiles on ORBilu are accessible to everybody via the detailed references of publications by clicking on the University of Luxembourg icon next to the author's name.
In addition to the basic information, a profile can contain the ORCID of the researchers, links to Google Scholar, Scopus, Twitter and project homepage, the link to their contact information in our directory, information related to their publications (research fields, keywords used in publications, their co-authors) etc.