Schedule

Posters overview
Tutorials
Floor plan of the venue

Wednesday
2018-06-13
Room E
Lingvisten
HC208
Thursday
2018-06-14
Room G
Friday
2018-06-15
Saturday
2018-06-16
Room E
Lingvisten
HC208
Room G
09:00 - 17:00
DuraSpace-euroCRIS Interoperability Event
DSpace and various CRIS Systems
DSpace-CRIS Workshop
Michele Mennielli
International Membership and Partnership Manager at Duraspace
13:00 - 17:00
euroCRIS Board meeting
Ed Simons
President euroCRIS
16:00 - 17:00
CERIF tutorial
Jan Dvořák
euroCRIS Board member and leader of the CERIF Architecture Task Group
17:00
Welcome reception
08:00
Registration open

Registration is setup by Aula Nordica

09:00
Conference opening
Ed Simons
President euroCRIS
09:20
Keynote 1: Maria Nilsson

Maria Nilsson is the head of Unit for Register-based Research at the Swedish Research Council. The Unit is responsible for the infrastructure built up in order to improve and facilitate the use of register data for research purposes.

Maria Nilsson
Head of Unit for Register-based Research, Swedish Research Council
10:05 - 10:50
Keynote 2: João Moreira – PTCRIS: Planning and implementing a national CRIS ecosystem

João Moreira, Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT)

João has over 15 years of experience managing infra-structures, advanced services and scientific content aimed for the National Research and Education community. Presently he is the Head of Scientific information of FCCN (www.fccn.pt), a unit of the Foundation for Science and Technology (www.fct.pt).

João Mendes Moreira
Head of Scientific Information at FCT|FCCN
11:00
Break
11:30
Parallel session 1: ANALYTICS, METRICS AND INDICATORS

Kevin Kiely, Niamh Brennan and Ashling Hayes (Trinity College Dublin)

Measuring Research in the University

 

Anna Guillaumet and Antonio Borrallo (Sigma AIE)

Analyzing a CRIS: From data to insight in university research

 

Ellen Fest, Hilde van Zeeland, Jorik Booij, Peter van der Togt and Theo Jetten (Wageningen University & Research Library)

Comparing bibliometric tools for research assessment from a CRIS point of view

11:30 - 12:30
Workshop – Everyday data mangling with CRIS-data and GLAMpipe

Facilitator:
Ari Häyrinen, main developer of GLAMpipe, information system specialist, Open Science Center(OSC)/library, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Description:GLAMpipe is a graphical, open source data tool meant for GLAM (Galleries, Libaries, Archives, Museums) data. GLAMpipe can be used for data importing, exporting, processing and browsing.

GLAMpipe can be used for various data tasks including working with CRIS data and DSpace. Tutorial will cover following tasks:

– Creating a browsable view of articles under embargo
– Finding open access articles
– Generating automated subject indexing
– Demonstration of Green Access dunning (GLAMpipe-based)
– Demonstration Open Access percentage view (GLAMpipe-based)

Prerequisites for attendees:
The tutorial is addressed to anyone who need to tackle with data displays,  imports, exports and transformations, whether one is tech-oriented or not.
If you want try GLAMpipe yourself, you can bring your own laptop. Installation of the software is not required, since there will be an online version available.

11:30
Parallel session 2: IDENTIFICATION SCHEMES AND STANDARDS

Simon Lambert (STFC)

CRIS and persistent identifiers: how do they work together?

 

Clifford Tatum (SURFmarket) and Josh Brown (ORCID)

Principles and Pragmatics of “as open as possible”: persistent identifiers as the interface between research information commons and closed systems

Miguel-Angel Sicilia, Elena Garcia-Barriocanal, Salvador Sanchez-Alonso and Juan-José Cuadrado (University of Alcalá)

Decentralized Persistent Identifer Design: a basic model for immutable handlers

12:30
Lunch

Served at Universum

13:30
Parallel session 3: INTEROPERABILITY AND SEMANTICS I

James Toon (Elsevier), Alexander Kujath (Elsevier) and Eli Khazzam (New Jersey Economic Development Authority)

Developing a model approach for community led CRIS aggregations

 

Pablo de Castro (University of Strathclyde), Jan Dvořák (Charles University Prague) and Ed Simons (Radboud University Nijmegen)

OpenAIRE compatibility for CRIS systems: recent progress

 

Anna Clements (University of St Andrews), Alex Kujath (Elsevier), Henrik Rasmussen (Elsevier) and Jan Dvorak (Charles University Prague)

Implementation of the OpenAIRE CERIF-XML guidelines in Pure: a marriage made in heaven

 

Łukasz Skonieczny, Henryk Rybiński, Jakub Koperwas and Wacław Struk (Omega-PSIR)

Towards interoperability between Omega-PSIR and OpenAIRE

13:30
Parallel session 4: RESEARCH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

Bastian Melsheimer and Marcus Walther (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg)

Combining top down and bottom up in research information management

 

Rebecca Bryant (OCLC Research), Anna Clements (University of St Andrews), Pablo de Castro (University of Strathclyde) and Michele Mennielli (DuraSpace)

Preliminary Findings from the euroCRIS/OCLC Research Survey of Research Information Management Practices

 

Adriana Shearman and Danica Zendulková (CVTI SR – Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information)

Use of National and International Research Infrastructures in Evaluation of International Project Award Potential of Slovak Research Institutions

 

Sophie Biesenbender (German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies) and Sebastian Herwig (University of Münster)

Support structures to facilitate the dissemination and implementation of a national standard for research information – the German case of the Research Core Dataset

15:00
Break
15:30 - 17:00
Parallel session 5: MODELS AND DATA INTEGRATION I

Sergey Parinov (CEMI RAS – Central Economics and Mathematics Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences)

CRIS with in-text citations as interactive entities

 

Sophie Biesenbender, Sabrina Petersohn and Christoph Thiedig (German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies)

Using Current Research Information Systems (CRIS) to showcase national and institutional research (potential): research information in the context of open science and university marketing

 

Sadia Vancauwenbergh and Hanne Poelmans (Hasselt University)

The creation of the Flemish research discipline list, a huge step forward in harmonizing research information (systems)

 

Marios Zervas, Alexia Kounoudes and Petros Artemi (Cyprus University of Technology)

Next generation Institutional Repositories The case of the CUT Institutional Repository KTISIS

15:30 - 17:00
Parallel session 6: POLICY AND ASSESSMENT

Denis Kosyakov and Andrey Guskov (SPSTL SB RAS – State Public Scientific-Technological Library, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences)

Impact of national science policy on academic migration and research productivity in Russia

 

Ulrike Kuesters and Tina Klages (Fraunhofer Information Center for Regional Planning and Building)

Fostering Open Science at Fraunhofer

 

Hector-Andres Melgar-Sasieta, Ian-Paul Brossard-Núñez and Cesar-Augusto Olivares-Poggi (CONCYTEC Perú – Consejo Nacional de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación Tecnológica)

Current Status of the Research Information Management in Peru

 

Jessica Lindholm and Karin Ljungklint (Chalmers University of Technology)

How to build a CRIS-system relevant for your institution, allowing the researchers to do research rather than administration

19:30
Conference dinner

The conference dinner is held at P5, part of the cultural center Väven, in the city center.

08:00
Registration open
09:00
Keynote 3: Jonas Gurell and Gustaf Nelhans, A national CRIS in Sweden – a developer’s and a researcher’s perspective
Jonas Gurell
Analyst at the Swedish Research Council
Gustaf Nelhans
Senior Lecturer, Swedish School of Library and Information Science
09:45
Workshop: How to Create a Research Information Management System with DSpace-CRIS, a free open-source CRIS platform
Instructors:

Susanna Mornati and Andrea Bollini, 4Science (Italy)

Topics:

The proposed tutorial will introduce attendees to DSpace-CRIS.

DSpace-CRIS is a free open-source Research Information Management System. Differently from other (commercial) CRISs, DSpace-CRIS has the institutional repository as its core component, providing high visibility on the web to all collected data and objects.

It is a specific extension of DSpace, the most popular Digital Asset Management System in the world: it broadens its functionalities and expands its data model while relying on its large Community. DSpace-CRIS is compliant with relevant international standards (such as CERIF, IIIF) to facilitate interoperability and data transfer.

The main characteristic of DSpace-CRIS is its flexible data model, which allows to collect and manage research data and information typical of a CRIS system, to define entities and attributes with their reciprocal links. To enhance the management of authors, provide name variants and IDs such as the ORCiD, exploit the varied ecosystem of persistent identifiers, link researchers to projects, awards, etc., DSpace-CRIS flexible data model can support this without increasing the management burden of a normal institutional repository, while providing a great added value. Besides, it has useful features such as automated import from external databases, aggregated bibliometrics and statistics with graphic reporting, CVs and bibliographies, network analysis, integration with ORCiD API v.2 and much more.

DSpace-CRIS features will be described and explained in depth, through examples and discussion with participants. Both front-end and back-end functionality will be explored, together with lessons learned and practical experience from numerous CRIS projects achieved with DSpace-CRIS in a variety of institutions worldwide.

At the end of the tutorial the participants will be able to understand the DSpace-CRIS features and data model, to adapt it to their needs and to evaluate if DSpace-CRIS suits the needs of their institution.

Prerequisites for attendees:

The tutorial is addressed to research information officers, CRIS managers, repository managers, researchers (introductory level). Familiarity with the research information environment is advisable.

09:45
Business presentations

Presentations by:

  • Clarivate
  • Sigma
  • Elsevier
  • 4Science
10:40
Break
11:00
Workshop – Supporting FAIRness with eVRE, a solution for easier Collaboration within Research Communities

Laurent Remy (euroCRIS), VRE4EIC

The systems and services being developed in the frame of the VRE4EIC project https://www.vre4eic.eu are meant to promote the collaboration of researchers across scientific domains, to support open science through the provision of discovery services for research data, and to support a community of developers devoted to support such systems, called Virtual Research Environments.

This workshop aims to present and discuss the way the concept of eVRE, designed by the VRE4EIC project, deals with the notions of FAIRness, by allowing researchers to discover data across several domains. These data comes from the Research Infrastructures (the CRISs), and are expressed in different standards. The eVRE allows users to reuse the data by combining them in workflows.

The workshop will consist of 1.5 hours of presentations, demonstrations, tests of a prototype and discussions.

Two topics will be addressed: the architecture designed for the eVRE (enhanced VRE), and the prototype, that participants will be asked to use and give feedback from.

The expected audience is focused on technical (developers, CRIS solutions providers) as well as functional (researchers, data providers) people.

To test the prototype, participants are required to bring their own laptop. The prototype is available online, no installation is required.

11:00
Parallel session 8: PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES AND USE CASES: CRIS and Research Data

Mijke Jetten, Jan Rijnders and Ed Simons (Radboud University Nijmegen)

The past, present and future role of CRIS’s in the research data life cycle. A case study on how a CRIS supports the implementation of a FAIR RDM policy at Radboud University (Nijmegen, the Netherlands)

 

Anna Clements (University of St Andrews), Dom Fripp (Jisc) and Jan Dvorak (Czech Technical University in Prague)   

The role of CERIF in a national research data shared service

 

Sadia Vancauwenbergh (ECOOM-Hasselt University), Lucy Amez (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), Marianne De Voecht (Universiteit Antwerpen), Hanne Elsen (Hasselt University), Jord Hanus (Universiteit Antwerpen), Myriam Mertens (Ghent University) and Hannelore Vanhaverbeke (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)

Research data management at the Flemish universities: state-of-affairs

11:00
Parallel session 7: INTEROPERABILITY AND SEMANTICS II

Hanna-Mari Puuska (CSC – IT Centre for Science), Tim Engels (Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), University of Antwerp), Raf Guns (ECOOM, University of Antwerp), Gunnar Sivertsen (Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education), Janne Pölönen (Federation of Finnish Learned Societies) and Jorge Mañana Rodríguez (Spanish National Research Council)

Proof of Concept of a European database for Social Sciences and Humanities publications: The VIRTA-ENRESSH pilot

 

Caroline Birkle and Joel Franke (Clarivate Analytics)

The CRIS’ role in the Evolution of Trust in Science

 

Jan Dvořák, Tomáš Chudlarský and Josef Špaček (Czech Technical University in Prague)

Practical CRIS Interoperability

 

Tim Donohue, Michele Mennielli and David Wilcox (DuraSpace)   

DuraSpace for FAIRness and Data Protection: DSpace and Fedora

12:30
Lunch
13:30
Parallel session 9: ANALYTICS, METRICS AND INDICATORS II

Gunnar Weidt (Hamburg University of Technology)

Institutional scoring with PURE at the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf

 

Lidija Curk (Institute of Information Science – IZUM)

Implementation of the Evaluation of Researchers’ Bibliographies in Slovenia

 

Denis Kosyakov and Andrey Guskov (SPSTL SB RAS – State Public Scientific-Technological Library, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences)

Research assessment and evaluation in Russian fundamental science

13:30
Parallel session 10: MODELS AND DATA INTEGRATION II

Thomas Zschocke (World Agroforestry Centre – ICRAF)

Enriching metadata of an institutional research repository: Mining grey literature/technical reports for research funding-related information

 

Otmane Azeroual (German Center for Higher Education Research and Science Studies – DZHW) and Joachim Schöpfel (GERiiCO Laboratory, University of Lille)

Quality Issues of CRIS Data

 

Marcus Walther and Bastian Melsheimer (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg)

Automated author affiliation processing using Scopus data

 

Wan-Hsu Tsai (Science & Technology Policy Research and Information Center – STPI), Jia-Yu Chen (National Taiwan University) and Wen-Hao Hsu (Ipotent Information LLC)

The new version of Government Research Bulletin (GRB) website applying visualization and text-mining tools

15:00
Break
15:30 - 17:00
Parallel session 11: MODELS AND DATA INTEGRATION III

Linda Sīle (Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Antwerp)

Entanglement of bibliographic database content and data collection practices: Rethinking data integration using findings from a study of European databases for research output

 

Hanna-Mari Puuska and Walter Rydman (CSC – IT Centre for Science)

Linking funding to research output and facilities through the Finnish Research Information Hub

 

António Lopes (ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa)

Integrating a local CRIS with the PTCRIS synchronisation ecosystem

 

Tatiana Walther and Christian Hauschke (German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB) Hannover)

The Research Core Dataset (KDSF) in Linked Data context

15:30 - 17:00
Parallel session 12: PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES AND USE CASES II

Manoel Siqueira (Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior – CAPES)

An experience of Brazilian educational graduate platform

 

Birgitte Martens and Steven Van Den Berghe (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)

The registration of art and design research outcomes: Visualizing the invisible (Case study: The Flemish FRIS-registration format)

 

Kostadin Mishev, Boro Jakimovski and Vujica Zivkovic (Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje)

Introducing CRIS in Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje

 

Jordan Piščanc (University of Trieste), Romano Trampus (University of Trieste), Susanna Mornati (4Science) and Andrea Bollini (4Science)

Regional Research Portal UnityFVG: an OpenScience portal

09:00
Keynote 5 Niamh Brennan – CRIS systems as key e-infrastructure elements to support Open Science implementation within the European Research Area

Niamh Brennan is Programme Manager for Research Informatics in Trinity College Library Dublin where she works on research reporting, evaluation and impact. She is responsible for the development of Trinity’s Research Support System and its institutional repository, TARA (Trinity’s Access to Research Archive). Niamh is a member of several national and international groups working on open access to research outputs and enabling their improved reporting, retrieval and evaluation. These include Ireland’s National Open Science Forum (which represents all Irish funding councils and research agencies and institutions), DART-Europe (Digital Access to Research Theses Europe), OpenAIRE2020 (Horizon2020) and OpenAIRE Advance (Horizon2020).

Niamh Brennan
Assistant Librarian (Library) at Trinity College Dublin
09:40
Keynote 6: Max Petzold

Max Petzold is a professor in biostatistics at the Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg in Sweden. Since 2015 he is the director of the Swedish National Data Service (SND).

Max Petzold
Professor Biostatistics, Director Swedish National Data Service
10:30
Parallel session 13: FAIR PRINCIPLES

Dragan Ivanović (University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences), Lidija Ivanović (University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Education) and Colin Layfield (University of Malta)

FAIRness at University of Novi Sad – Discoverability of PhD research results for Non-Serbian scientific community

 

Alejandro Engelmann, Christer Enkvist and Karl Pettersson (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences)

A FAIR archive based on the CERIF model

 

Susanna Mornati, Andrea Bollini and Luigi Andrea Pascarelli (4Science)

How to make research information FAIR: DSpace-CRIS and best practices in open research information

10:30
Parallel session 14: INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORIES AND CRISs

Gavin Reddick (Researchfish), Anna Clements (University of St Andrews) and Ian McArdle (Imperial College London)

Let’s Talk Some More – Interoperability between University CRIS/IR and Researchfish – a follow up case study from the UK

 

Gunnar Weidt, Oliver Goldschmidt and Beate Rajski (Hamburg University of Technology)

From PURE to DSpace-CRIS

 

Rudi Baccarne (University of Antwerp)

Hello CRIS, can a Library Software solution help you?

 

Ashling Hayes, Edurne Garcia Iriarte and Kevin Kiely (Trinity College Dublin)

Presenting DARAT: Developing the TCD’s linked CRIS and institutional repository to create an Open Access disability accessible archive

12:00
Conference closing
Ed Simons
President euroCRIS
12:30
Grab-n-go Lunch
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CRIS2018 Posters

All posters can be viewed in the registration area.

Christian Fischer, Jürgen Güdler and Holger Hahnen (German Research Foundation)

Research Explorer – Your Guide to the German Research Landscape

Ten years ago the German Research Directory “Research Explorer” was developed. The anniversary is used as an occasion for a comprehensive relaunch, which is accompanied by a renaming as “GERIT – German Research Institutions”. The poster outlines the most important features of the new system.

 

Sadia Vancauwenbergh and Hanne Poelmans (Hasselt University, Belgium)

The creation of a harmonized, semantically enriched Flemish research discipline list: about pitfalls and opportunities

One of the most important recommendations of the report by Peters et al. on the administrative simplification of research reporting in Flanders (2011) was the creation of a single research discipline code list that could be used to tag information inside CRIS systems for reporting, dissemination and visualisation purposes. The uniform definition and management of the semantics of this research discipline code list for all research actors in Flanders could have an immediate impact on the accuracy of reporting and the policy pursued on the basis thereof. In addition, such managed classification systems can be used in dynamic research information systems that drastically reduce the administrative burden of the research population, which automatically entails an important investment in research and innovation.

 

Adriana Shearman, Michal Sliacky, Jozef Dzivák, Jana Kasáková (Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information, Bratislava)

Enhanced R&D information services for the Slovak scientific community – the NISPEZ IV project

The NISPEZ project is a response of Slovakia to the fast-changing world of scientific information. It aims to provide the academic community with a variety of new information resources, assist in managing their publication activities using advanced IC technologies and FAIR principles, making their research outputs Open Accessible and making contextual use of bibliometric data.

 

Moritz Wiemann, Astrid Orth, Martin Giesler, Daniel Beucke (Göttingen State and University Library)

*metrics MEasuring The Reliability and perceptions of Indicators for interactions with sCientific productS

*metrics is a DFG-funded project which started in 2017. It aims to analyze the perception of indicators derived from scholarly communication on social media platforms among researchers as well as the reliability of alternative metrics based on tracking of such events. The poster summarizes goals and activities of the project and discusses findings of the first year. Examples from the first major survey show that it is important to know how researchers behave on (which) social media platforms before starting to measure any possible impact based on such signals.
https://metrics-project.net/

 

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CRIS2018 Tutorials

 

How to Create a Research Information Management System with DSpace-CRIS, a free open-source CRIS platform

Instructors:

Susanna Mornati and Andrea Bollini, 4Science (Italy)

Topics:

The proposed tutorial will introduce attendees to DSpace-CRIS.

DSpace-CRIS is a free open-source Research Information Management System. Differently from other (commercial) CRISs, DSpace-CRIS has the institutional repository as its core component, providing high visibility on the web to all collected data and objects.

It is a specific extension of DSpace, the most popular Digital Asset Management System in the world: it broadens its functionalities and expands its data model while relying on its large Community. DSpace-CRIS is compliant with relevant international standards (such as CERIF, IIIF) to facilitate interoperability and data transfer.

The main characteristic of DSpace-CRIS is its flexible data model, which allows to collect and manage research data and information typical of a CRIS system, to define entities and attributes with their reciprocal links. To enhance the management of authors, provide name variants and IDs such as the ORCiD, exploit the varied ecosystem of persistent identifiers, link researchers to projects, awards, etc., DSpace-CRIS flexible data model can support this without increasing the management burden of a normal institutional repository, while providing a great added value. Besides, it has useful features such as automated import from external databases, aggregated bibliometrics and statistics with graphic reporting, CVs and bibliographies, network analysis, integration with ORCiD API v.2 and much more.

DSpace-CRIS features will be described and explained in depth, through examples and discussion with participants. Both front-end and back-end functionality will be explored, together with lessons learned and practical experience from numerous CRIS projects achieved with DSpace-CRIS in a variety of institutions worldwide.

At the end of the tutorial the participants will be able to understand the DSpace-CRIS features and data model, to adapt it to their needs and to evaluate if DSpace-CRIS suits the needs of their institution.

Prerequisites for attendees:

The tutorial is addressed to research information officers, CRIS managers, repository managers, researchers (introductory level). Familiarity with the research information environment is advisable.

 

DSpace content manipulation with GLAMpipe

Facilitator:

Ari Häyrinen, main developer of GLAMpipe, information system specialist, Open Science Center(OSC)/library, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Description:

GLAMpipe is a graphical, open source data tool meant for GLAM (Galleries, Libaries, Archives, Museums) data. GLAMpipe can be used for data importing, exporting, processing and browsing.

GLAMpipe can be used for various data tasks including working with CRIS data and DSpace. Tutorial will cover following tasks:

– Creating a browsable view of articles under embargo
– Finding open access articles
– Generating automated subject indexing
– Demonstration of Green Access dunning (GLAMpipe-based)
– Demonstration Open Access percentage view (GLAMpipe-based)

Prerequisites for attendees:
The tutorial is addressed to anyone who need to tackle with data displays,  imports, exports and transformations, whether one is tech-oriented or not.
If you want try GLAMpipe yourself, you can bring your own laptop. Installation of the software is not required, since there will be an online version available.

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