Lund University’s research publications, for example articles, books, conference papers, and reports, are collected in the LUCRIS database. In many cases, researchers can make their work freely accessible in full text.
LUCRIS is a research information system whose purpose is not only to register and highlight LU’s research publications, but also projects, collaborations and other research-related activities. Having this information collected in one place provides a positive image of you as a researcher linked to LU. LUCRIS is a system that gathers and displays information from several other systems – contracts, projects, publications and other activities that combine to enable the dissemination of your research profile. And you can reuse the information you have entered in LUCRIS by using the system’s CV module.
LUCRIS is a relational database, which means that you can create links and relations between different information objects in the system. For example, you can connect publications to projects, which you in turn can connect to contracts. You can highlight contributions you have published after a conference as a relation to the keynote lecture you gave at the conference. And of course the more such relations you create, the higher the visibility of your research outputs.