University of Brighton Repository

University of Brighton Repository

The University of Brighton Repository (‘UBR’) is a digital archive of the University’s published research output. By depositing journal articles, images, audio, video, conference papers and other peer-reviewed literature in the UBR, researchers make their scholarly publications available more widely to other researchers, and to members of the public.

The University encourages authors to deposit copies of their peer-reviewed journal articles, and conference papers and to make them openly accessible if this is permitted under the terms of publication.

This repository is running on GNU EPrints open repository software, a freely distributable repository system available from

Other institutions are invited (and encouraged) to set up their own open repositories for author self-archiving, using the freely-distributable GNU EPrints software used at this site.

Contact Information

Any correspondence concerning this specific repository should be sent to

About this software

This site is running GNU EPrints / revision: EPrints 3.3.12

GNU EPrints is free software developed by the University of Southampton, England.

For more information see and

Technologies employed and supported:

Powered by: MySQL, Apache Webserver, Perl, mod_perl, XML, DOM, ParaCite, GNU EPrints.

Supports: Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting, VLit Transclusions, Valid XHTML, Valid CSS.

Part of: The GNU Project.

Powered by MySQL The Open Archives Initiative Part of the GNU Project
Tardis Project GNU EPrints Powered by Vlit


Christopher Gutteridge – Designer and coder of EPrints version 2.

Mike Jewell – Pre-release testing. The initial versions of scripts for creating and installing an EPrints v2 package. Some coding assistance.

Harry Mason – Testing. Document to text conversion wrappers. Document icons.

Robert Tansley – Creator of EPrints 1 on which EPrints 2 is based.

Al Riddoch <> – Assistance in writing the “configure” script for the installer.

Jessie Hey and Pauline Simpson (as part of the TARDIS Project) – Feature suggestions and contributions to the default configuration of version 2.3.

Gui Power – Adapting the online help for version 2.

Developed at the School of Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton, England.