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Title: The Hércules Project: A Semantic Research System for Universities
Authors: Hernández Mora Martínez, Reyes 
Keywords: research information management;current research information systems;national CRIS network;semantic interoperability;Hércules project;Universidad de Murcia;Spain
Issue Date: 25-Nov-2020
Publisher: euroCRIS
Series/Report no.: 2020 euroCRIS series of webinars; 3.1
Conference: 2020 euroCRIS series of webinars 
Abstract: 
The presentation introduces the Hércules project, an EU-funded initiative promoted by the Conference of Rectors of Spanish Universities (CRUE) and led by the University of Murcia aiming to develop a research management system with semantic capacities for all Spanish Universities. 84 of these already have some kind of CRIS, but the levels of interoperability and standardisation are low. By the Nov 2022 project end-date Hércules aims to have produced:

- RMS: A prototype Research Management System, which should be connected to the Semantic Systems and the research data network created in the scope of the Project;

- OISA: An Ontological Infrastructure for the description of the information of the research domain plus a Semantic Architecture for the management of the research data of the Spanish University System;

- DEAM: Enrichment of research Data from Internet sources and development of semantic Analysis Methods.
Description: 
21 slides.-- First presentation (of two) delivered within the third webinar devoted to the Hércules project in the 2020 euroCRIS series of webinars, https://eurocris.org/first-eurocris-series-webinars.

Session recording available at https://youtu.be/xEe8_C7fpO4
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11366/1658
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