The Commission for Research Information in Germany (KFiD) and the CRIS.NRW project will be holding a workshop with the HISinOne-RES user group on May 24-25 in Berlin (Germany). The event brings together CRIS managers and potential users of the CRIS software HISinONE-RES. The networking event also offers a platform to discuss questions of research reporting based on HISinOne-RES and to illustrate (potential) use cases for the KDSF standard. The workshop programme includes introductory talks by the head of CRIS.NRW Malte Kramer and euroCRIS Board member Sophie Biesenbender.
A hybrid May 22-23 workshop will be held in Havana by the "Ciencia en Cuba" project aiming to build a national CRIS in the country. The event will explore the interoperability framework and governance for the project and will include a May 22nd talk on the OpenAIRE Guidelines for CRIS Managers by euroCRIS Technical Secretary Pablo de Castro. A session will also be devoted to discussing national CRIS initiatives in the region based on open source software solutions such as BrCris and #PerúCRIS.
The programme for the EUNIS2023 Conference "European Universities and the Digital Transformation: Challenges and Opportunities Ahead" to be held June 14-16 in Vigo (Spain) has already been released. Several sessions in this programme feature euroCRIS members: Ognjen Orel (SRCE Zagreb) from CroRIS will take part in the session "Supporting International Student Mobility", Board member Hanna-Mari Puuska (CSC) and Elena Fürst (U Vienna) will both present at the "IT Support for Research 2" session and Board member Anna Guillaumet and Technical Secretary Pablo de Castro will do likewise at the "IT Support for Research 3" slot, all of them on Thu Jun 15th.
A number of PID-themed webinars are being organised in the forthcoming weeks that may be of interest to euroCRIS members. The Knowledge Exchange will be holding this "Persistent identifiers in academia: risk and trust" event on all things PIDs at 4pm CEST on Tue May 23rd. The following day (May 24th at 9am CEST) DataCite will organise the webinar "DOIs for Research Software: Increasing Visibility, Connectivity, Citability".
The EU-funded GraspOS project (next Generation Research Assessment to Promote Open Science) was already presented at the Autumn 2022 euroCRIS SMM in Nijmegen. The Federation of Finnish Learned Societies (TSV), a GraspOS partner, is now running a survey on Open Science-aware research assessment. Board member Dragan Ivanović and the TSV would wish to invite the representatives of the organizations that are or could become signatories of the Agreement of Reforming Research Assessment to respond to the questionnaire by May 28th, 2023. Answering the survey takes around 20 minutes.
A preliminary version of the programme for the May 30-June 1 Spring 2023 membership meeting in Brussels has now been made available on the event website. Some of the talks haven't yet been finally confirmed so please bear in mind that there could still be changes on this version of the programme.