Concept

Current research information system

Summary
A current research information system (CRIS) is a database or other information system to store, manage and exchange contextual metadata for the research activity funded by a research funder or conducted at a research-performing organisation (or aggregation thereof). CRIS systems are also known as Research Information Management or RIM Systems (RIMS). Features The data model underpinning a CRIS relies on a set of basic entities as defined by the Common European Research Information Format (CERIF ) model maintained by the non-profit organisation euroCRIS. The links connecting these entities provide a standardised semantic layer that provides consistency to the data model. The basic CERIF entities are people, organisations, projects and outputs (publications, research data, patents). Further second-level entities in the comprehensive snapshot of research provided by CERIF are for instance funding, research fa
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