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Important news concerning EPrints and Metis

medieval-bookPlease find here some important information on how to register your publications. As probably quite a few of you know, CTIT now has structured its research in new strategic research orientations.

Two ‘old’ SROs have been continued:

ISTRICE - Integrated Security and Privacy in a Networked World (security)

NICE - Natural Interaction in Computer-mediated Environments (multimedia)

But 4 new areas have been established:

ASSIST - Applied Science of Services for Information Society Technologies (service architectures and software infrastructures for health and other application areas; for a large part a combination of ASI and eHealth)

DSN - Dependable Systems and Networks (dependability; combination of the methodological part of Ubricks and ASI)

WiSeSyst - Wireless and Sensor Systems (wireless/sensor networks & systems; combination of systems part of Ubricks and ASI)

IE&ICT - Industrial Engineering & ICT (analysis and design of processes in business and society, as well as their optimization, management, and decision support / successor of eProductivity)

METIS

Within the Metis publication system, the new SROs of CTIT have been added. Publications cannot anymore be inserted under the old programmes (unless these programmes have been continued). So you can only use the new SROs:

p02 - Integrated Security and Privacy in a Networked World (ISTRICE)

p04 - Natural Interaction in Computer-mediated Environments (NICE)

p07 - Applied Science of Services for Information Society Technologies (ASSIST)

p08 - Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN)

p09 - Wireless & Sensor Networks (WiSeNets)

p10 - Industrial Engineering and ICT (IE&ICT)

EPrints

Within the Faculty of EEMCS, researchers register their publications themselves in Eprints. It may be that later on also other faculties are going to work with EPrints. Already from the beginning of 2007, the new SROs were added to EPrints. From this time on, it is possible to enter publications under the new SROs.

Although we already paid attention to this subject in our newsletters of last April and May, the majority of researchers still enter their publications under the old SROs.

Please enter your publications from now on under the NEW SRO’s and ask your EPrints editor to update/change the name of the SRO’s for the publications that you have already inserted for 2007!!!

The changes apply only to publications published after January 1, 2007! Please contact your supervisor in case you do not know exactly to which SRO the publication belongs (many groups participate in several SRO’s).