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An update on the CRIS2024 conference proceedings

Sun, 16/06/2024 - 20:18 -- euroCRIS Secret...

A webpage is now available summarising the list of CRIS2024 presentations whose authors confirmed their intention to submit a full paper for its publications in the CRIS2024 proceedings. Full papers – ideally including a PDF and the original docm or LaTeX version, should be sent to euroCRIS by June 30th, 2024 either by uploading them into the easyChair record used for the original submission or by directly sending it via email to cris2024-proceedings [at] eurocris.org.

CRIS2024 conference photographs and sketches available

Sat, 15/06/2024 - 14:52 -- euroCRIS Secret...

A couple of weeks after the May 15-17 CRIS2024 conference at TU Wien came to an end, a carousel of 50 conference pictures taken by the event photographer Sviatlana Bubnevich has been made available on the conference website. A high-res version of the CRIS2024 group photo is also available for Day III attendees (Fri May 17th) to be able to spot themselves on the pic.

euroCRIS supports the Barcelona Declaration on Open Research Information

Tue, 04/06/2024 - 16:36 -- euroCRIS Secret...

euroCRIS, the international not-for-profit association of research information management and its associated systems, welcomes and supports the Barcelona Declaration on Open Research Information. euroCRIS encourages not only its members but also other institutions that produce research information to take up and implement the Declaration. This initiative contributes to further international cooperation and knowledge-sharing across the research information community and to increased levels of openness, transparency, standardisation, and interoperability of research information and related infrastructures.

Advancing Research Data Management and Open Science in Austria

Wed, 29/05/2024 - 10:28 -- euroCRIS Secret...
Josefine Nordling FAIR-IMPACT WP Lead on PIDs, CSC Espoo
The FAIR National Roadshow series is visiting Austria on the 18th of June 2024, virtually hosted by the Graz University of 
Technology in Austria and co-organised with the Shared RDM Services & Infrastructure project in collaboration with the EOSC 
support Office in Austria.

Venue for the Autumn 2024 euroCRIS meeting announced

Fri, 17/05/2024 - 23:48 -- euroCRIS Secret...

The venue for the Nov 26-28 euroCRIS Strategic Membership Meeting in Paris (SMM2024) has officially been announced at the end of the CRIS2024 Conference that finished earlier today at the TU Wien in Vienna. The meeting next November will be hosted by France's National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment (INRAE).
 

euroCRIS at the RIM course of the Force 11 Scholarly Communications Institute (FSCI)

Sun, 12/05/2024 - 23:45 -- euroCRIS Secret...

The training course "Research Information Management and Expertise Systems: Implementation, Administration, Staffing, and Utilization" to be held Jul 25th as on online event within the FSCI 2024 conference will include a euroCRIS presentation on its programme. The euroCRIS contribution is scheduled for Day III of the course under "RIM System Practice & Professionalization" and is expected to provide an overview of how CRIS systems are operated in Europe.

CRIS2024 Conference programme available online

Wed, 01/05/2024 - 21:24 -- euroCRIS Secret...

The programme for the May 15-17 CRIS2024 Conference in Vienna is already available on the appropriate section of the event website. The programme comprises 14 sessions, including a virtual one for presenters who won't be able to make it to the venue in person. Four additional activities (workshops, tutorials and round tables) are also part of this CRIS2024 schedule.

Barcelona Declaration on Open Research Information

Tue, 16/04/2024 - 22:23 -- euroCRIS Secret...

Thu Apr 16th 2024 has seen the release of the Barcelona Declaration on Open Research Information. The declaration, signed by numerous research-performing and -funding organisations worldwide, calls for a transformation in the way research information is used and produced, making openness of information about the conduct and communication of research the new norm.

CRIS map project launched by KFiD and DINI AG FIS in Germany

Thu, 28/03/2024 - 12:23 -- euroCRIS Secret...
Sabrina Petersohn, DZHW

A growing number of universities and research institutions in Germany are using current research information systems (CRIS) and similar information systems to collect, process and analyse institutional research activities. As universities progress with the digitisation of research management processes, new system providers are entering the market. The Commission for Research Information in Germany (KFiD) and the DINI Working Group on Research Information and its Systems (DINI AG FIS) have launched a collaborative project (FIS-Landkarte) to continuously monitor these fast-paced developments. The aim of the project is to develop an interactive CRIS map for German universities and research institutions. This map will feature both operational and in-planning institutional CRIS and will combine geospatial data with data on the current operational status, system provider and the broad types of research information registered. As part of the close cooperation between euroCRIS, the KFiD and the DINI AG FIS, the information collected in the course of this monitoring project will be used to provide regular updates to German institution entries listed in the euroCRIS Directory of Research Information Systems (DRIS).