Events CRIS2022 – Dubrovnik

Name
CRIS2022 – Dubrovnik
Events Title
Linking Research Information Across Data Spaces
Year
2022
Abstract
The CRIS 2022 conference addresses recent trends in the significance, position and use of Current Research Information Systems (CRIS) and more specifically the opportunities they offer for research information exchange and aggregation across institutions, regions, countries and/or stakeholders (eg between institutions and research funders). For this purpose, the conference gathers researchers, managers of research-performing or funding organisations, evaluators, librarians, research administrators, ICT experts and policy makers.

The general theme of the conference is “Linking research information across data spaces”, emphasising the need for using the ever more widespread CRIS implementation to ensure smooth and effective mechanisms for research information exchange and aggregation. From Open Science implementation to business intelligence through research assessment, such interoperability mechanisms offer opportunities to improve the research information management processes in many different domains.
 
Start date
12-05-2022
End date
14-05-2022
Place
Dubrovnik (Croatia)
Event Type
Conference

Publications
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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
113-May-2022360° review of a CRIS environment and recommendations to increase the value of the system – a case study from Aalborg UniversityRasmussen, Henrik Steen 
213-May-2022Building the Ukrainian Research Information SystemKaliuzhna, Nataliia ; Auhunas, Sabina 
311-May-2022CERIF Tutorial: CRIS2022 DubrovnikDvořák, Jan 
413-May-2022CERIF-VIVO mapping v1.0Ivanović, Dragan ; Hauschke, Christian ; Walther, Tatiana ; Guillaumet, Anna 
512-May-2022Challenges in managing semantic annotations in harvested research objects in a national CRIS contextSuominen, Tommi ; Kesäniemi, Joonas ; Mankinen, Katja 
613-May-2022Chances and challenges of creating a research information platform for the Berlin University AllianceAlshawaf, Fadwa ; Adam, Claudia ; Guescini, Rolf ; Kotschka, Florian ; Dreyer, Malte 
713-May-2022The changing scope of data quality and fit for purpose: evolution and adaptation of a CRIS solutionGurney, Thomas 
813-May-2022Combining Data Lake and Data Wrangling for Ensuring Data Quality in CRISAzeroual, Otmane ; Schöpfel, Joachim ; Ivanović, Dragan ; Nikiforova, Anastasija 
913-May-2022Competency requirements in research information management and reporting: evidence from a national survey in GermanySchelske, Stefan ; Thiedig, Christoph 
1013-May-2022The Complete CRIS – Cayuse, a True Advancement in CRIS SoftwareMudd, Taylor 
1113-May-2022Connecting authors to their work – the challenges and successesEzra, Tami 
1214-May-2022Coverage of CRIS-related literature in WoS, Scopus y DimensionsSuárez Fernández, Digna ; Peralta González, María Josefa ; Piedra Salomón, Yelina 
1313-May-2022CRIS design & implementation: best practice in an academic use caseScancarello, Immacolata ; Bollini, Andrea ; Buso, Irene ; Fazio, Riccardo ; Mornati, Susanna 
1411-May-2022CRIS2022 Dubrovnik: An Update from the euroCRIS BoardVancauwenbergh, Sadia ; Leijten, Peter 
1512-May-2022Croatian National CRIS - Advances and ChallengesOrel, Ognjen ; Macan, Bojan 
1613-May-2022Data Integration for the Study of Outstanding Productivity in Biomedical ResearchAubert, Clément ; Balas, Andrew ; Townsend, Tiffany ; Sleeper, Noah ; Tran, CJ 
1712-May-2022The Data4RI Policy Initiative and the do's of National Research PortalsSchlag, Paul 
1812-May-2022DataCite and FAIR WorkflowsReher, Ida Sofie ; Chen, Xiaoli ; Jägerhorn, Martin 
1913-May-2022Decentralization and duplication: Research information management in the United StatesBryant, Rebecca ; De Castro, Pablo 
2012-May-2022Developing a national science & technology funding registry in PortugalLaranjeira, Cátia ; Nabais, Joana ; Gomes, Daniel ; Lopes. Pedro ; Moreira, João Mendes