CRIS2024 Conference proceedings: instructions for contributors

As mentioned in the Call for Proposals section of the website for the CRIS2024 Conference held May 15-17, 2024 at the TU Wien in Vienna, the CRIS2024 proceedings will be published towards the end of 2024 in a special issue of Procedia Computer Science. This is the venue where the proceedings for previous editions of the CRIS conference series have also been published – see the CRIS2022 DubrovnikCRIS2018 Umeå, CRIS2016 St Andrews and CRIS2014 Rome proceedings.

The progress towards the publication of the CRIS2024 papers will be summarised on this webpage. This is mainly addressed to the contributors to the proceedings, so that they can keep track of the process and of any need for action on their side.

As of Jun 10, 2024 the time-window for the delivery of the full-text versions for the contributions to the proceedings (see full list below) is still open. The deadline for providing these full-text versions is 30 June 2024. The default mechanism for the delivery of such full-text files is uploading them as an update into the same easyChair record that was allocated to the original submission (these original numbers are listed on the table below). 

Because easyChair only allows PDF files to be uploaded, an additional mechanism has been enabled for these full-text files to be received at cris2024-proceedings@eurocris.org. This email address may be used as an alternative whenever contributors wish to share other file formats besides the PDF one. This may be useful when sharing the files with the editor for the special issue of Procedia Computer Science, as they will subsequently be able to directly fix any formatting issue that becomes apparent when they review the submitted files. In fact, it has frequently been the case in previous iterations of this process that contributors to previous editions of the CRIS Conference proceedings have provided both the PDF and the source Word (DOCX and/or DOCM) or LaTeX full-text files for their papers. The list of files that have been received for every submission is available on the table below, as will the comments eventually received from the editor. Because this typically happens over the summer, it may be useful for the source files to be available if the authors may not be able to carry out any changes that may be needed.

 For any queries regarding these CRIS2024 papers please feel free to reach out at eurocris [at] eurocris.org.

 

List of submissions for the CRIS2024 Conference proceedings
 

Paper no (easyChair)

Title

Corresp author

Available documents
(+Comments)

2

From Open Repositories to CRIS. A Case Study

Joachim Schöpfel

PDF/DOCM

4

Ethical aspects using AI in CRIS

Otmane Azeroual, Joachim Schöpfel

PDF/DOCX

5

Thinker - a manufacturing company CRIS

Miroslava Vasin, Dragan Ivanović

PDF/LaTeX

6

Funding organization uses the regional CRIS as source for reporting research: the case of FWO and FRIS

Ils de Bal, Pascale Dengis

PDF/DOCM

7

Societal Impact in Research Information Management Systems’ Activity Data

Laura Mure

PDF/DOCM

13

Developing the Research Information Hub in Finland: a view from the Ministry

Jukka Haapamäki

 

18

State of Research Data Management in Latin American Universities 2022

José Amado, Sadia Vancauwenbergh

PDF/DOCM

19

The automation of subject indexing and the role of metadata in times of Large Language Models

Anna Kasprzik

PDF/DOCM

21

Reengineering of CRIS at the University of Novi Sad

Ivan Mršulja, Miloš Popović, Dragan Ivanović

PDF/LaTeX

22

Development of National CRIS Systems in Latin America and the Caribbean: Case Studies 2023

Rosalina Vázquez Tapia

PDF/DOCM

23

MTMT - a pseudo/embrionary CRIS in Hungary

András Holl

PDF/LaTeX

24

The importance of mapping RIs for the Ukrainian R&D  system and the Slovak case study

Sophia Zherebchuk

PDF/DOCM

25

CRIS systems integration as a case study for the Metadata Schema and Crosswalk Registry

Joonas Kesäniemi

PDF/LaTeX

27

Research Information System for Scientific Evaluation in Cuban Universities

Digna Suárez Fernández

PDF/DOCX

29

The Role of CRIS as a Glue for National e-infrastructure and Digital Services for Open Science

Petra Udovičić, Ognjen Orel

PDF/DOCM

30

Lessons Learned in the UK from Navigating the FAIR Open Science World: A Collaborative Approach Leveraging the CRIS for Transforming Scholarly Communications

Martin Jägerhorn

 

31

The Good, the Bad and the AI: the New Frontier of Research Management

Thomas Gurney

 

33

The power of generative AI for CRIS systems: a new paradigm for scientific information management

Anna Guillaumet

 

36

Piloting the use of RAiD in research.fi

Tommi Suominen

PDF/LaTeX

37

Vytautas Magnus University Research Management System: CRIS solution shared with other universities in Lithuania

Vilius Kučiukas

 

39

Persistent conference identifiers in CRIS – first implementations with VIVO and URIS

Christian Hauschke

PDF/DOCM

40

What to integrate within Research Information System

Jakub Koperwas, Łukasz Skonieczny

 

41

Piloting the use of PIDGRAPH data in research.fi

Tommi Suominen

PDF/LaTeX

43

Leveraging AI for Current Research Information Systems: Opportunities and Challenges

Simone Hartmann

PDF/DOCM

46

Field report documenting the implementation of the FWF’s funding management system in conjunction with the national RIS Synergy initiative

Susanne Springer-Briem

PDF/DOCM

47

Automatically Generated Profiles for Experts, Institutions and Working Groups

Birgit Welke, Bernhard Krause

PDF/DOCM

48

Future and prospects of CRIS-informed funding support at TU Wien

Christian Maszl

PDF/LaTeX

50

SoleCRIS ”Archiving” feature – How a university utilizes CRIS to promote open access

Niilo Lahti

 

51

Purchasing an Institutional Repository alongside a Current Research Information System: Necessary or unnecessary?

Frank Diepmaat

 

52

BOKU University has been developing its own FIS for over 25 years and is now taking the next step

Horst Mayr, Anna Hikl

 

53

Bridging the Gap: Research Data in Research Information Systems

Elena Fürst

PDF/DOCM

55

Lessons Learned and the Road Ahead: Building on the Success of RIS Synergy

Sabine Neff

PDF/DOCM

57

The role of CroRIS in promoting Open Science in Croatia

Ivana Končić, Bojan Macan

PDF/DOCM

58

RAD-on: A research and higher education information system in Poland

Aldona Tomczyńska, Emil Podwysocki

 

59

A PID Metaresolver to enable accurate citation and attribution of digital objects by providing reliable access to metadata and associated resources

Sven Bingert

 

63

Decentralized Research Data Management: Introducing SoVisu+

David Reymond

PDF/DOCX

64

Fostering and assessing societal impact orientation in research - the SynSICRIS monitoring tool as an extension of DSpace-CRIS 7

Birge Wolf

PDF/DOCM

65

Development and Implementation of the BrCris and BrCris-T Platform: Integration of Scientific and Technological Data in Brazil

Washington Segundo

PDF/DOCM

66

Knowledge Graphs – The Future of Integration in CRIS Systems for Uses of Assistance to Scientific Reasoning

Renaud Fabre

PDF/DOCM

67

Improving CRIS features to support new Open Access implementation workflows at institutions

Pablo de Castro

PDF/DOCM

68

Monitoring ORCID adoption using a national and an institutional CRIS

Jan Dvořák

PDF/DOCM

70

The C change in CRIS: comprehensive research information systems

Jackson Anderson