ACRIS Instructions

Aalto Current Research Information System (ACRIS) is Aalto University’s research information system collecting a wide range of information about University’s research and artistic activities. This is used for internal and external reporting and raising University’s research profile on the web.

For help, please contact [email protected]

ACRIS support and administration

Checking and editing your profile in ACRIS

Instructions on how to edit your personal ACRIS profile information.

Aalto ELEC, electrochemical measurements, photo Mikko Raskinen

Adding research output to ACRIS

Instructions on how to add different types of research outputs to ACRIS.

Aalto ARTS woodwork exhibition (photo: Mikko Raskinen)

ACRIS, open access publishing and manuscript service

Instructions on open access publishing in ACRIS

A book and a pen with Aalto logo. Photo by Aino Huovio.

Adding activities to ACRIS

Instructions on how to add activities to ACRIS.

Aalto CHEM HealthTec 3D print (photo: Mikko Raskinen)

Research infrastructures in ACRIS

Instructions on how to add infrastructure information to ACRIS

Aalto ENG mechatronics (photo: Mikko Raskinen)

Projects in ACRIS

This website contains information and guidance on how project related publications, research data and other results can be linked to each other using ACRIS.

Aalto Image Bank Javor

Research data and ACRIS

You can upload and share your datasets in ACRIS. ACRIS may also be used to display metadata of datasets stored in external data repositories.

BIZ public artworks (photo: Mikko Raskinen)

Press/Media and Prizes in ACRIS

You can showcase your press and media appearances and your prizes in ACRIS.

Aalto ARTS pajakuva, photo: Mikko Raskinen

Transferring publication information from ACRIS to other webpages

Transferring publication information from ACRIS to other webpages via API

Image of staircase of Aalto University Otakaari 1 mainbuilding, photo by Esa Kapila

ACRIS public research portal

Functionality of the portal

A photo of paintbrushes, photo by Mikko Raskinen

ACRIS-related news

This service is provided by:

Research and Innovation Services

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