AURAP is a report function that allows project owners to keep track of the finances related to their projects.
The Danish Code of Conduct for Research Integrity is designed to ensure trust and credibility in Danish research.
You can find the code of conduct on the Ministry of Higher Education and Science’s homepage.
The Corporate Relations and Technology Transfer Office works with employees at Aarhus University and the hospitals in Central Denmark Region. By using the links below you can find information about how to disclose a new invention and you can access the Inventor's Guide. You can also read about the office's access to proof of concept funding and finds links to the relevant rules and regulations.
Using the links below, you can also find information about various types of research collaboration agreements including clinical trial agreements, EU consortia agreements, material transfer agreements and confidentiality agreements.
researchfunding.netThe AU Research Support has developed researchfunding.net which is the largest and most advanced online database on national and international funding agencies in Denmark. The database contains the names of approximately 600 funding agencies and the number is expected to rise over the coming years.
Please go to the AUs Research Support website for more information.
Research Professional is an external research funding database which covers an extensive number of national and international funding opportunities within all disciplines. The database is a good supplement to AU’s own research funding database ResearchFunding.net.
All employees at AU can access the database. When you have a user profile, it is possible to download, save or share your search results with others at AU.
If you have questions or would like a demonstration of the database, please contact Pernille Hamburger Grøngaard.
At the Ministry of Higher Education and Science website, you can also find lists of research funds:
The Research Support Office at Aarhus University supports the academic community at Aarhus University in all stages of externally funded research projects. In addition, it provides assistance to AU management on activities developing, supporting and implementing the university’s research strategy.
Below you can find a list of the P numbers related to our different department addresses:
You have the opportunity to get a website for your research project. If you order a project website via AU, it will be created in TYPO3 and it will follow the standard AU templates including fonts, navigation bar to the left etc. You can read more and order a project website by following the link below.
ProMark is a system for time registration. ARS is used to register working hours that are paid by research projects. Notice that you must use Explorer to open til ProMark.
All employees at Aarhus University must register research articles, reports, conference papers, activities etc. in Aarhus University's research database PURE.
When you register your research in PURE, it is displayed on AU's websites - including your own personal homepage. It can also be searched at Find a researcher and titles of publications and projects can be 'googled' by colleagues, present and future students and other interested parties.
Registration in PURE
You register your articles, your activities etc. by sending them to the department secretariat email@example.com who will enter them into PURE for you.
You can read more about what type of publications and activities that must be registered in PURE below.
When you prepare research applications, it is important that you register the applications in the Research Application system ReAp. It is your responsibility to ensure that your applications are registered.
Please notice that you still have to email the final applications to Anja Torup Hansen, firstname.lastname@example.org for the record system Captia.
The Department of Engineering publishes technical reports in four publication series covering each of the four research areas.
In the autumn of 2014, a new website for the Bibliometric Research Indicator (BFI) was launched.
The BFI system provides an overview of Danish research results, and permits suggestions as to which series and publishers should be included on the authoritative lists.
As a regular user you can use the website to:
As a member of an expert panel you have the same rights as a regular user . Furthermore, you can use the website to:
There are 67 expert panels assigned to the bibliometric research indicator. Members of the expert panels are appointed by The Danish Universities (Danske Universiteter). The expert panels provide scientific advice to the Ministry regarding BFI. The panels provide scientific advice within their respective subject areas. The main task of the panels is the preparation of the authoritative lists of series and publishers. The expert panels must support good scientific practice within their field, and participate in the treatment of proposals for the authoritative list by applying their research professional background.
The Bibliometric Research Indicator was launched in 2009, and is operated by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science. The purpose of the BFI is to reflect the university’s research activity annually by counting the number of research publications. The result is included in the performance based model for the distribution of a smaller portion of basic funds. BFI rewards research publications published in the most recognised channels within a given research area. It must cover all disciplines and their various publishing traditions.
If you need support to access the BFI website or if you have any questions for the Bibliometric Research Indicator you can contact:
The BFI Secretariat: email@example.com or your local university library.
More information on the Bibliometric Research Indicator is available here: www.ufm.dk/bfi