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The Opening Ceremony of the IRIS(Integrated Research Information System)

  • WriterKISTEP
  • Date2022-02-15
  • Hit211

The Integrated Research Information System (IRIS, hereafter referred to as IRIS) to provide research-centered environment is being launched.


The opening ceremony of the IRIS, promoted by the Ministry of Science and ICT and operated by the Korea Institute of Science and Technology Evaluation and Planning (KISTEP) as a working organization, was held in Daejeon on January 27th (Thursday).


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Gyung-su Lee, Vice Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation


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▲ Byung-seon Jeong, President of KISTEP

 

Gyung-su Lee, Vice Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation, presidents of five institutes*, the head of Korea Medical Device Development Fund, and KISTEP President Byung-seon Jeong attended the opening ceremony.

 

The opening ceremony was held in the following order: Declaration of the opening of Vice Minister Gyung-su Lee, IRIS demonstration, presentations from participating organizations, and IRIS-related announcement by KISTEP President Byung-seon Jeong.

 

* National Research Foundation of Korea, Korea Evaluation Institute of Industrial Technology, Institute for Information & Communication Technology Planning & Evaluation, Korea Technology and Information Promotion Agency for SMEs, Korea Agency for Infrastructure Technology Advancement.


The IRIS opening ceremony is held to announce that IRIS, an integrated research support system for all ministries that is organically linked with three sub-systems (research fund management, researcher information, and project management), has completed its preparations and will be officially launched.


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IRIS demonstration

 

When IRIS is applied to the research field, researchers can perform all research administration tasks with a single log-in (www.iris.go.kr), and ministries and specialized institutions can prevent similar/duplicate research and plan collaborative research. In addition, it is expected that the regulation reforms will be ly applied to the research field through IRIS, increasing the efficiency of research administration.


IRIS is an integrated system established in cooperation with related ministries and institutes and has been promoted as a cross-ministerial project since June 2017 as part of the ‘researcher-centered R&D management system innovation’, a national task of the Moon Jae-in government. IRIS aims to resolve the inconvenience of research administration due to the difference in research project management regulations and systems for each ministry and institute.


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▲ commemorative photo


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