Our service team has many years of experience in providing information services and scientific literature and will support you in finding the publications you need. We will also help you answer all AutoDoc-related questions.
Please contact us at:
AutoDoc Service Team
E-mail:autodoc [at] fiz-karlsruhe.de
We are available from Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Our free services:
Advice and information on AutoDoc
Assigning access data (Login IDs, Super User IDs, Administrator IDs)*
Support with administrative questions, technical solutions and in case of delivery problems
* Please note: For administrative reasons all administrative requests (e.g., changing passwords, change of address, etc.) need to be made in writing (e-mail).
Our chargeable services:
Manual order processing by experienced library staff (e.g., in case of faulty or incomplete bibliographical information)
Supply of grey literature
Provision of additional rights of use for documents (copyright permissions or ePrints)
To request a patent translation, please use this form.
Enter the patent number, the IPC domain, the page information (page count and total number of pages to be translated),the deadline and the source language, enter your personal data and click "Send".
An order details page allows you to check and edit your order details.
After final submission you will receive an e-mail notification from AutoDoc.
Please attach the patent specification in PDF format to this e-mail and return it to our AutoDoc Service Team (autodoc [at] fiz-karlsruhe.de).
The Service Team will process your request and contact you by e-mail once the translation is complete.
Once the order has been processed, it will appear in your order history.
The cost of your patent translations is included in your monthly invoice.
Together with our partner Reprints Desk we offer an Academic Program to our customers from academic institutions. This program allows you to order articles from almost 30,000 journals at reduced prices via AutoDoc.
The program comprises journal articles from about 60 publishers including large scientific publishing houses such as Elsevier, Wiley, Springer, etc.