SDU registers research information centrally. As a result SDU researchers' publication details are captured and added to Pure by the internal Pure office when it is possible to do so from online databases.
You are still required to make sure all publications from research conducted in your employment at SDU are added to Pure and are included in the comprehensive database of SDU research. You can do this by paying attention to what new content is added to your Pure profile and adding missing content to your Pure profile or sending the information to email@example.com.
Furthermore you have the opportunity to display other relevant information on your research. In Pure the follow content types can be added:
- Research output
- Research activities
- Prizes and awards
- Teaching and supervision
- Press clippings
Pure data can be useful to you as a researcher in a number of way. You can display your current research focus, create an easy comprehensive list of your research career to send to funds or possible new collaborators and you can use Pure as your all inclusive research catalogue. You can also use Pure to make your research Open Access. Se more in the Open Access section to the right.
You can access Pure on www.sdu.dk/pure.
Use your SDU username and password to log into the system.
Help and resources
If you are using Pure for the first time or if you wish to get better at using the functions in Pure you can get help here.
Here we have collected guides for common questions we receive about Pure.
How do you edit information on your research portal and what information can be added? Get started by reading this FAQ.