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The issues with the integration between Aalto Research portal and Aalto.fi have been resolved

Previously encountered challenges involved the updating of profile information from the Research portal (https://research.aalto.fi/) to Aalto.fi, including academic staff profile pictures, which were not updating correctly.
Profile data workflow
Academic profile workflow in the different systems in Aalto

Now, profile details such as profile pictures, publications and academic merits for academic staff seamlessly integrate into Aalto.fi from the Research portal. Ensure that the visibility settings for the researcher profile on Aalto.fi are set to public. This ensures that all information, including researcher descriptions, publications, and academic merits, is visible to a broader audience, even outside Aalto University. Also, make sure your profile is visible on Aalto University's research portal. If you have transitioned from a research assistant to a doctoral researcher at Aalto, your profile may not be publicly visible by default. Ensure proper visibility by checking and, if necessary, adjusting settings at https://acris.aalto.fi.

Additionally, the information for service staff members is integrated into Aalto.fi from the HR system, Workday (Profiles at aalto.fi | Aalto University). 

For more information and guidance, please visit here Instructions for updating your Aalto profile for use on the Research Portal and Aalto People Hub | Aalto University

Please contact us if you have any questions concerning your researcher profile visibility: [email protected] 

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