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International Conference on Current Research Information Systems (CRIS 2012)

euroCRIS have released details of their 2012 Conference to be held 6-9 June, Prague, Czech Republic. The call for papers has been launched and IRIOS-2 will submit an abstract for the deadline of 10th December 2011.

The conference of next year is the eleventh event in the euroCRIS series of biennial conferences dedicated to improve the availability of research information across Europe. The target audience includes managers of research performing or funding institutions, evaluators,librarians, ICT experts, as well as policy makers. CRIS 2012 is organized by euroCRIS and InfoScience Praha, under the patronage of the Research and Development and Innovation Council of the Czech Republic, headed by the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic.

The theme of the Conference is: “e-Infrastructures for Research and Innovation – LinkingInformation Systems to Improve Scientific Knowledge Production”. The Conference willdiscuss recent trends in the development of Current Research Information Systems (CRIS) in the context of virtual research environments and the construction of powerful infrastructures for e-Science. Three programme tracks have been defined, viz. Research Information Management, Advances in Technology, and Future Trends in Research Information Management. Tracks consist of keynotes by prominent stakeholders and contributed talks selected by the Programme Committee from submitted papers. Connected to the Conference will be an Exhibition and Business session as well as Workshops and Tutorials.

  For more information on CRIS 2012, important dates, Programme and Organizing Committee and contacts, see www.cris2012.org (from the euroCRIS homepage there is a link to the CRIS 2012 webpage)

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