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Used by several thousand scientists and research groups at institutions like:
UofTUSCUBCMITPurdueUniv. of WashingtonMcGillStanfordCMUJPLEmoryYaleUniversity of PennsylvaniaETH ZürichBerkeley

About is the easiest way to set up and maintain a scientific publications page. Users simply maintain a list of publications and BibBase does the rest. The list can be either a BibTeX-file or come from DBLP, Zotero, or Mendeley. Whenever the user's page is visited, BibBase dynamically renders an always-up-to-date publication list. In addition, BibBase adds all publications to a database where they are indexed by keyword and can be searched.

Why use BibBase

  • Minimizes the effort it takes to keep your publication list up to date.
  • Helps to ensure that your publications are correctly indexed by search engines.
  • Displays a BibTex entry with each publication to make it easy for others to cite you in the format you would want.
  • Automatic cross-linking between collaborators who use BibBase.
  • Automatic inclusion in BibBase's keyword pages, e.g., machine learning.
  • Easy to embed in existing pages.
  • Several pre-defined styles to choose from: default dividers side simple bullets 
  • Appearance can be easily customized via CSS.

Generate Your BibBase Page

There are a number of ways for you to generate your BibBase page. These options are sorted from most to least recommended. Once you have selected your source and your publication list has been generated, you will be given instructions on how to embed it on your page. See below if you don't yet have a website.

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Don't have a web page yet?

Sign up for one of our premium plans to get a personal website hosted by BibBase. This makes it even easier to maintain your web presence and publications list. You can create your website for free using our easy-to-use yet powerful website editor. Signing up for a premium plan is only required once you are ready to publish your site.


If you are familiar with HTML or are willing to learn it, you can also get a basic but free webpage from GitHub by forking this example page. Make sure to call your fork "". That page is already set up for using BibBase. Just replace the BibTeX file with your own and edit index.html with your own details.