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CRIS2014 Conference
The CRIS 2014 conference dealt with recent trends in the management, availability, quality and use of Current Research Information Systems (CRIS) in the context of e-Science, bringing together researchers, managers of research-performing or funding institutions, evaluators, librarians, ICT experts and policy makers. CRIS systems do increasingly lie at the the core of the information management infrastructure for all organisations involved with research: where it is performed, funded, assesssed. The growing emphasis on enhancing transparency of research, maximising the impact and knowledge transfer, improving dissemination of research results - covering publications, but also datasets and software - requires joint efforts for the achievement of a common vision on the research lifecycle, for the development of integrated information systems as well as for efficient policies that support e-Science infrastructure. The euroCRIS community has long been engaged in enhancing access to European Research Information. At this 12th International Conference on Current Research Information Systems discussion took place on how linking information systems can help to tackle fragmentation of the national, international and subject level and contribute to the enhancement of research and innovation in Europe and beyond. CRIS 2014 took place in the historic city of Rome under the patronage of the Italian National Research Council (CNR). The conference was organised by the Institute for Research on Population and Social Policies (CNR-IRPPS) and euroCRIS. The target audience included managers of research-performing and/or funding institutions, evaluators, librarians, ICT experts, as well as policy makers. You can find the presentations of the CRIS2014 Conference in our euroCRIS Repository (choose above in the menu: "Repository").
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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
114-May-2014The application of the CERIF data format to Snowball MetricsClements, Anna ; Jörg, Brigitte ; Lingjærde, Grete Christina ; Chudlarský, Tomáš ; Colledge, Lisa 
214-May-2014Black Magic Meta Data - get a glimpse behind the sceneVestdam, Thomas ; Rasmussen, Henrik Steen ; Doornenbal, Marius 
313-May-2014BoRIS and BIA: CRIS and Institutional Repository integration at the Free University of Bozen-BolzanoSiciliano, Luigi ; Schmidt, Sabine ; Kinzler, Manuel 
413-May-2014CASRAI and ORCID – Putting the pieces together to collaboratively support the research communityHaak, Laurel ; Baker, David ; Höllrigl, Thorsten 
515-May-2014CERIF – Is the standard helping to improve CRIS?Pinto, Carlos Sousa ; Simões, Cláudia ; Amaral, Luis 
614-May-2014Combining VIVO and Google Scholar data as sources for CERIF Linked Data: A case in the agricultural domainNogales, Alberto ; Sicilia, Miguel Angel ; Jörg, Brigitte 
713-May-2014Common Map of Academia: augmenting bibliography research information dataJurkiewicz, Jakub ; Wendykier, Piotr ; Wojciechowski, Krzysztof ; Fedoryszak, Mateusz ; Dendek, Piotr Jan 
814-May-2014A comparison of research output counting methods using a national CRIS – effects at the institutional levelChudlarský, Tomáš ; Dvořák, Jan ; Souček, Martin 
913-May-2014Current bibliography research information systems in PolandNowiński, Aleksander 
1015-May-2014CyberLeninka: Open Access and CRIS trends leading to Open Science in RussiaSemyachkin, Dmitry ; Kislyak, Eugene ; Sergeev, Michael 
1114-May-2014Data Intensive Science: Shades of GreyJeffery, Keith G. ; Asserson, Anne 
1213-May-2014Deceiving simplicity. Balancing the need for ready-to-use research information with the semantic and technical complexity of research dataVanhaverbeke, Hannelore ; Beullens, Sabina ; Timmermans, Lieve ; Gijsbers, Klara ; Bras, Bieke ; Maeyaert, Christelle 
1314-May-2014Developing a documentation system for evaluating the societal impact of ScienceWolf, Birge ; Szerencsits, Manfred ; Gaus, Hansjörg ; Müller, Christoph E. ; Heß, Jürgen 
1414-May-2014Developing CRIS module for technology transferNevolin, Ivan ; Kozyrev, Anatoly 
1513-May-2014DSpace-CRIS@HKU: Achieving visibility with a CERIF compliant Open Source SystemPalmer, David T. ; Bollini, Andrea ; Mornati, Susanna ; Mennielli, Michele 
1614-May-2014Electronic Theses and Dissertations in Current Research Information SystemsSchöpfel, Joachim ; Zendulková, Danica ; Fatemi, Omid 
1714-May-2014Emerging good practice in managing research data and research information within UK UniversitiesDavidson, Joy ; Molloy, Laura ; Jones, Sarah ; Kejser, Ulla Bøgvad 
1814-May-2014Epistemio Outcomes - a lightweight CRIS for collecting and managing information about scientific publicationsFlorian, Răzvan Valentin 
1913-May-2014EPOS: a novel use of CERIF for data intensive scienceBailo, Daniele ; Jeffery, Keith G. 
2014-May-2014European University Information Systems Organisation: EUNISMadey, Jan