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  • Introduction
    • Speaker
    • euroCRIS
    • H2020
  • Initial Conclusion
  • Purpose of the Seminar
introduction speaker
Introduction: Speaker
  • Director International Relations
  • Previously Director IT
    • 360000 users, 1100 servers, 8 Pb data / year, 140 staff
  • e-Science
  • Open access
introduction eurocris
Introduction: euroCRIS
  • Purpose
    • Not for profit organisation registered in Netherlands
    • Mandated by EC to maintain, develop, promote CERIF
    • Independent advice and expertise
  • Constituency
    • Members in 42 countries in all continents except Antarctica
    • Strategic partners: ALLEA, ICSU/CODATA, EARMA, ESF, APA, JISC, ERCIM, CASRAI (and strong links to EC)
  • Success
    • CERIF now nationally approved standard in 9 countries and widely used in many more
    • 5 commercial companies offer CERIF-compliant CRIS systems
    • 2 more have CERIF-compliant versions of their (publisher) offerings
the requirement
The Requirement
  • Research managers
    • Evaluation
    • Comparison
    • Strategic management
    • Finding reviewers
  • Researchers
    • Access to research information including scholarly publications)
    • Publicity (webpages, CV, bibliography)
    • Semi-automated research proposals, publications, evaluation
    • Cooperation (integrated with intercommunication)
  • Innovators
    • Knowledge and technology transfer
    • leading to wealth-creation and improvement in the quality of life
  • Public
    • Usually via the media



Information of Interest


Person / CV



Research Group




  • FP (Framework Programme)
  • CIP (Competitiveness and and Innovation Framework Programme)
  • EIT (European Institute for (Innovation and) Technology
  • ERC (European Research Council)
  • With simplified procedures
  • Strengthen the EU’s position in science with a dedicated budget of € 24 598 million.
  • Strengthen industrial leadership in innovation € 17 938 million.
  • Provide € 31 748 million to help address major concerns shared by all Europeans such as climate change, developing sustainable transport and mobility, making renewable energy more affordable, ensuring food safety and security, or coping with the challenge of an ageing population.
  • tackle societal challenges by helping to bridge the gap between research and the market by, for example, helping innovative enterprise to develop their technological breakthroughs into viable products with real commercial potential. This market-driven approach will include creating partnerships with the private sector and Member States to bring together the resources needed.
  • Horizon 2020 will be complemented by further measures to complete and further develop the European Research Area by 2014. These measures will aim at breaking down barriers to create a genuine single market for knowledge, research and innovation.
  • Excellent Science (24.6m€)
    • ERC, FET, Marie-Curie, Research Infrastructures
  • Industrial leadership (18m€)
    • ICT, nanotechnology, materials, biotechnology, advanced manufacturing & processing, space
    • SME support
  • Societal Challenges (31.7m€)
    • Health, food, energy, transport, climate, security
initial conclusion
Initial Conclusion

There is clearly a need for CERIF-CRIS to manage:

the EC-funded research programme

nationally funded research programmes

especially where they interact


ERC, ESF and others have adopted CERIF

Increasingly countries are adopting CERIF


We need to agree a CERIF-CRIS strategy within the H2020 context

digital futures
Digital Futures

Digital Futures is an innovative visioning project designed to contribute to the Commission's reflection on ICT policy beyond 2020 and help strengthen anticipatory thinking in EU policy making.

Digital Futures comprises 4 components:

digital futures1
Digital Futures


digital futures2
Digital Futures
  • Clearly this requires:
    • Analysis of past and ongoing research activities to generate trends, visions, scenarios
    • Up-to-date recording of current research activity
    • Up-to-date recording of proposed research activity to meet scenarios
  • For
    • Policy-making
    • Generating trends and visions
    • Evaluating socio-economic impact


Extraction of issues and drivers

purpose of seminar
Purpose of Seminar
    • Views on H2020 (Strategic Partners) Requirements, opportunities vision)
    • Future provision (VIVO, Publishers, Repositories) Vision, technologies, use
    • Evaluation and Impact of Research (Funders, (biblio)metricists)
  • CRIS extensions for the New Environment (CRIS Extenders) Metadata, datasets, overview
  • Future Provision (Commercial CRIS suppliers) Vision, technologies, use
  • Workshop on Digital Futures (EC)
  • Conclusion