The call for proposals for the on-site CRIS2022 Conference, to be held May 12-14, 2022 in Dubrovnik, Croatia, is already available on the euroCRIS website. The CfP welcomes contributions aligned with the general theme for the conference -- Linking research information across data spaces -- or with the other conference topics listed on the call.
Following the publication of their Dec'2020 paper "Research Ethics, Open Science and CRIS" in MDPI Publications, the presenters of this Sep 30th webinar (Joachim Schöpfel, U Lille and euroCRIS Board member and Otmane Azeroual, DZHW) have conducted a survey to learn more about the views of research information management practitioners on this topic. The results of the survey will be presented during the session, offering an opportunity to discuss their implications.
Following the First National Conference on Research Information Management held in Arequipa in Jul 2018, the PerúCRIS project to develop a national CRIS infrastructure in the country will host a second conference on the topic on Sep 9th and 10th, 2021. This second conference will be international in scope and will be run as a virtual event.
Two euroCRIS representatives, Board member Joachim Schöpfel at Université de Lille and Technical Secretary Pablo de Castro at University of Strathclyde are part of the 4-strong team of consultants behind the winning bid for the Knowledge Exchange call for proposals for a study on "Risks and Trust in pursuit of a well functioning Persistent Identifier infrastructure for research".
The Spanish-language report "CRIS Systems and their Potential for Showcasing a Diverse Range of Research Outputs and for Promoting New Research Assessment Methods" ("Los sistemas CRIS, su potencial para visibilizar diversas formas de producción e impulsar nuevas modalidades de evaluación") has been recently published by Fernanda Beigel (CONICET/Universidad Nacional de Cuyo) on behalf of the Latin American Forum for Research Assessment (FOLEC). The report was presented at the July 1st FOLEC International Workshop on CRIS models in Europe and Latin America fostered by the Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO). Among others, this event featured guest talks from euroCRIS President Sadia Vancauwenbergh and from former euroCRIS Board member Gunnar Sivertsen.
The presentations delivered at the June 24th euroCRIS Track held within the 2021 VIVO annual conference are already available in the euroCRIS repository. These include the slides for the two case studies for institutional VIVO implementations at Latin American universities, ORBIS at Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí (UASLP, Mexico) and the HUB-UR Research Hub at Universidad del Rosario (UR, Colombia).
The presentation and session recording for the monthly webinar on Caplab held on Jun 22nd are already available at the event webpage. The webinar was delivered by Carine Bougnague, institutional relations officer, Pascal Pérotin, Caplab Head and Bertrand Mocquet, digital expert at AMUE. The session was chaired by Joachim Schöpfel, Université de Lille and euroCRIS Board member.
A new monthly euroCRIS webinar on Tue Jul 6th will address the ongoing CERIF Refactoring pilot project led by Jan Dvořák and Dragan Ivanović from the euroCRIS CERIF Task Group. The project started at the beginning of this year with the aim to upgrade the modeling paradigm of CERIF, the Common European Research Information Format, which lies at the core of many Current Research Information Systems. The current monolithic model will be divided into modules for easier adaptation and a more agile development process.