An introduction to our Research Information System [updated]


July 4th, 2016

From autumn 2016 we will be rolling out our Research Information System (RIS) across all Faculties. For the last six months many people across the University have been contributing to the design of RIS and we are now ready to demonstrate the first part of the system.

In late June and early July we will be giving presentations to demo RIS and take questions on the roll out plan. Staff can attend any session and there is no need to pre-book. The six sessions are shown below. For each session we will provide some Faculty specific information so you may wish to attend the session that has been badged for your Faculty, but 95% of the information will be generic.

We anticipate that the sessions will be most useful for academic, administrative and technical staff who are involved in research, especially the preparation and costing of new grant applications.

The one-hour sessions will be held at:

  • “Engineering” – 2pm, Wednesday 22 June in Coates Road Auditorium, University Park
  • Sutton Bonington – 11am, Thursday 7 July in Room A30 Vet School
  • Arts” and “Social Sciences” – 3pm, Thursday 7 July in the Great Hall, Trent Building, University Park
  • “Medicine and Health Sciences” – 4.15pm, Thursday 7 July in LT4, Medical School, Queen’s Medical Centre
  • “Science” – 3pm, Friday 8 July in Room B1, Physics Building, University Park
  • Jubilee Campus – 2pm, Tuesday 12 July in LT3, Exchange Building, Jubilee Campus*

We will record some of the sessions and make them available as soon after the events as possible.

*note: the Jubilee Campus venue was updated on Monday 4 July. It will take place in LT3, Exchange Building, not Room B52, Business School South as previously advertised.

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