Research IT Applications
Research Applications provide application services from innovation, grants and funding through to publication and exploitation. Our principal aims are to help accelerate the research lifecycle and facilitate collaboration through the provision of world-class research administration, research publication and collaborations systems.
Institutional Research Information System (IRIS)
IRIS is a one-stop shop for information on research activity at UCL. The key focus is the Researcher Profile which combines automatically generated content with researchers' own summaries of their activity.
Research Publications Service (RPS)
RPS helps researchers to manage their publications. It 'harvests' publications data from various authoritative online sources to significantly reduce the amount of data entry required to keep publications data up-to-date.
Worktribe Research Management
The Worktribe Research Management system is a new holistic research management system that represents the first step in UCL's Research Management Improvement Programme. Worktribe is designed to support the whole project life cycle from proposal development to post-award management. Implementation will initially focus on proposal development functionalities such as costing, pricing, proposal risk assessment, and approval.
Research Equipment Catalogue
The Research Equipment Catalogue was created by the Office of the UCL Vice-Provost (Research) to encourage equipment sharing and collaboration. It is an online searchable database
containing information about all UCL’s major research equipment and
Researchers can find information on equipment items and use an enquiry
form to contact the owner.
Launch an application
Worktribe Research Management: firstname.lastname@example.org
Research Equipment Catalogue: email@example.com
Academic oversight and governance of our services is provided by the Research Information and IT Services Group (RIISG) and its Research Delivery, Research Outputs and Research Management sub-groups. For more information see the Research IT Governance chart.