DRIS

euroCRIS develops and maintains the DRIS; Directory of Research Information Systems which aims to present an overview of \the CRISs in the world.

euroCRIS Repository

Did you know that euroCRIS maintains a Repository that holds hundreds of publications on CRISs, including all the papers presented at euroCRIS events.

The CRIS2022 Conference

will be held in Dubrovnik (Croatia) as an on-site event. The dates for the event will be May 12-14, 2022. A Call for Proposals will soon be issued.

News

16-09-2021

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.

15-09-2021

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... Read more

Dris Form

Sat, 25/01/2020 - 11:08 -- Elonisas Webmaster

DRIS: Directory of Research Information Systems

CRIS type. Possible values: institutional, funder, regional, national, international, aggregation, other
Organisation served by the CRIS or running the CRIS
Name of the CRIS. If there’s also an acronym, it can be added in brackets
CRIS solution. Possible values are in-house-built, Pure, Converis, Symplectic Elements, DSpace-CRIS, Haplo, Worktribe, etc. Details may be added to complete the description for an in-house-built platform, eg “In-house-built (Java/Webservices)”
URL for an open CRIS portal, eg https://www.researchportal.be/en. If the CRIS has no open portal, then a URL may be used that provides info on the system itself such as https://researchsupport.admin.ox.ac.uk/reporting/symplectic
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CERIF API

Thu, 05/10/2017 - 11:37 -- Ed Simons
Two important landmarks for CERIF 1. The CERIF API (version 1.0 - August 2015) The CERIF API  enables 3rd party software programs to access and reuse Research Information maintained in Current Research Information Systems (CRIS).  The primary objectives of the CERIF API are the following:
  1. Facilitate the interoperability of CRIS systems and their integration with other information systems.

CERIF-1.6

Wed, 04/10/2017 - 15:21 -- Elonisas Webmaster

This release makes a few additions based on current experience with CERIF usage. On the other hand, the use of some attributes in the model is deprecated - these attributes will go away in a future release. The more appropriate way of expressing the information now is using a classification or federated identifiers.

See below for a detailed list of changes.

Main features of CERIF

Wed, 04/10/2017 - 15:19 -- Elonisas Webmaster

CERIF (the Common European Research Information Format) is: 

  • A concept about research entities and their relationships – Specification (Conceptual Level) 
  • A description of research entities and their relationships – Model (Logical Level)
  • A formalization of research entities and their relationships – Database Scripts (Physical Level) 

Click on the image below to get an introductory presentation on CERIF (ppt). 

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Update on forthcoming euroCRIS events

In order to responsibly address the minimisation of the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Spring 2021 euroCRIS Membership Meeting, originally planned to be held as a hybrid event on April 26-28, 2021 at the Cyprus University of Technology (CUT) has now officially been cancelled and will be replaced by a new series of euroCRIS webinars whose dates and programme will be announced soon.

We are looking forward to being able to stage an on-site event for the Autumn 2021 Strategic Membership Meeting, typically held towards the end of November every year (the SMM 2019 in Münster was the last in-person event we were able to hold before Covid-19 struck). The dates and venue for this Autumn 2021 SMM will be announced as soon as we can, also keeping in mind the evolution in the circumstances.

Having been forced to cancel the CRIS2020 conference, we would also like to announce that the CRIS2022 conference will be held in Dubrovnik, Croatia. Our host for this event will be the University of Zagreb University Computing Centre (SRCE).

More information will soon follow on the dates and the programme for the Spring 2021 series of euroCRIS webinars.

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