Events CRIS2024 – Vienna

CRIS2024 – Vienna
Events Title
16th International Conference on Current Research Information Systems
CRIS 2024 is the sixteenth edition in a biennial series of conferences devoted to improving the availability of and access to research information systems across Europe. The target audience includes managers of research-performing and/or funding institutions, evaluators, librarians, ICT experts, as well as policy makers.

The general theme of the conference is “Emerging trends for international collaboration in the CRIS domain”, highlighting the opportunities and challenges posed by an increasing internationalisation of the conversation around research information management in areas like Open Science, National Research Portals or Artificial Intelligence. The venue for the event is ideally placed in Central Europe to allow participants from all quarters to become involved in these discussions.
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TU Wien, Vienna, Austria


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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
116-May-2024Automatically Generated Profiles for Experts, Institutions and Working GroupsWelke, Birgit ; Krause, Bernhard 
216-May-2024BOKU University has been developing its own FIS for over 25 years and is now taking the next stepMayr. Horst ; Hikl, Anna Laetitia ; Fellsner, Doris ; Wallner, Michael 
315-May-2024Bridging the Gap: Research Data in Research Information SystemsDullinger, Iwona ; Fröschl, Sonja ; Fürst, Elena ; Greil, Michael ; Kalová, Tereza ; Mahrer, Consuelo 
416-May-2024The C change in CRIS: comprehensive research information systemsAnderson, Jackson 
515-May-2024Challenges and Practices of the User Support Service in the Croatian Research Information System – CroRISAlilović, Zrinka ; Šarić, Helena ; Hoić, Maja ; Mayer, Marina ; Konjević, Sofija 
615-May-2024Cooperation in science and the possibilities of its evaluation based on data from the CRIS databaseZendulková, Danica ; Gavurníková, Gabriela ; Turňa, Ján 
716-May-2024CRIS Data: Potential and Challenges for Open Access Monitoring and NegotiationsUlrych, Ursula ; Danowski, Patrick ; Schalken, Arjan ; Manola, Natalia ; Schöpfel, Joachim 
815-May-2024CRIS systems integration as a case study for the Metadata Schema and Crosswalk RegistryKesäniemi, Joonas ; Suominen, Tommi ; Ivanović, Dragan ; Dvořák, Jan 
915-May-2024DAMAP: a tool for machine-actionable Data Management PlansMolnar, Derek ; Miksa, Tomasz ; Stork, Christiane ; Futterer, Valentin ; Thaci, Laura ; Hasani-Mavriqi, Ilire ; Eckhard, David 
1015-May-2024Decentralized Research Data Management: Introducing SoVisu+Reymond, David 
1117-May-2023Development of National CRIS Systems in Latin America and the Caribbean: Case Studies 2023Vázquez Tapia, Rosalina 
1216-May-2024Ethical aspects using AI in CRISAzeroual, Otmane ; Schöpfel, Joachim ; Störl, Uta ; Marušić, Ana 
1316-May-2024Fostering and assessing societal impact orientation in research - the SynSICRIS monitoring tool as an extension of DSpace-CRIS 7Wolf, Birge ; Michaelis, Thorsten ; Becker, Pascal-Nikolas ; Digilio, Giuseppe ; Bollini, Andrea 
1415-May-2024From Open Repositories to CRIS. A Case StudySchöpfel, Joachim ; Azeroual, Otmane ; Chaudiron, Stéphane ; Jacquemin, Bernard ; Kergosien, Eric ; Prost, Hélène ; Thiault, Florence 
1515-May-2024Funding organization uses the regional CRIS as source for reporting research: the case of FWO and FRISde Bal, Ils ; Dengis, Pascale 
1615-May-2024Future and prospects of CRIS-informed funding support at TU WienMaszl, Christian 
1716-May-2024The Good, the Bad and the AI: the New Frontier of Research ManagementGurney, Thomas 
1815-May-2024How to use CRIS Systems to publish Research Data: The example of Boris Portal at University of BernSuntharam, Sumanghalyah ; Wermelinger, Julia 
1916-May-2024The importance for Ukrainian R&D system RI’s mapping and the Slovak case studyZharinov, Serhii ; Zendulková, Danica ; Zherebchuk, Sophia 
2017-May-2024Improving CRIS features to support new Open Access implementation workflows at institutionsDe Castro, Pablo