All publications about research carried out entirely or in part in the Research Stations Jungfraujoch or Gornergrat must acknowledge this fact in an appendix at the end or in the title, e.g.:
“We would like to thank the International Foundation High Altitude Research Stations Jungfraujoch and Gornergrat (HFSJG), 3012 Bern, Switzerland, for enabling us to carry out our experiments at the Jungfraujoch High Altitude Research Station.”
Optional: “We also thank the custodians Mr. and Mrs. … … for the support of our activities.”
Research groups must send a pdf-version of all such publications to the Foundation’s office in Bern.
In accordance with the rules of the Swiss National Science Foundation, the Foundation HFSJG requires that all published and peer-reviewed journal articles listed in the activity reports be accessible in their entirety on internet – either on the research institution’s home page or other server – as long as there are no legal restrictions to this access.
Each year the Foundation may request that a summary of each research project carried out at the Research Station be submitted by the principal investigator. This summary may be included in the Foundation’s annual activity report that will be available in hard copy and on the Foundation’s web site. This activity report is an integral part of the Foundation’s annual report and the periodical grant applications to the Swiss National Science Foundation.