Series 7 - Research

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Reference code

UTA 1303-7

Title

Research

Date(s)

  • 1987-2006 (Creation)

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0.03 m of textual records
electronic records

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(1940-)

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This series consists of grant applications and related research files for projects, the results of which were all published. They do not comprise the whole of Professor Fuss’ research projects, published or not. The paper files contain the applications, covering correspondence, and reports. The arrangement is chronologically by project.

Professor Fuss’ compact disc #3, titled ‘Research’, contains a large number of files on research projects, arranged by folder, sub-folders and files. Where the results were published, files that could be were printed out and filed in Series 8: Manuscripts and publications. Some files were also printed out and placed in Series 1: Correspondence. Only files that could not be printed, or where formatting made tables and mathematical formulae incomprehensible, or the files were extremely long, are listed.

There also research files on compact disc #5 [‘Professor Fuss’ e-mail’].

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Open. Contact University Archivist for access to electronic files.

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B2006-0013/008(01)-(07)

Retrieval code (electronic files)

B2006-0013/CD#3, CD#5

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