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Systems and Tools

Find the important tools, systems and databases that are used to conduct, analyse, manage and report on research.

    Systems
    Discovery Profiles
    A publicly searchable database of UTS research experts, potential supervisors and collaborators.
    Systems
    ResearchMaster
    UTS's system for lodging funding applications and ethics approvals, and tracking and managing research agreements.
    Systems
    Stash
    UTS’s research data management platform, used to manage research data throughout the life of a project, from planning to archiving and publishing.
    Tools
    Symplectic Elements
    The core system to manage research outputs and profiles at UTS. 
    Tools
    Collaborator Finder
    Collaborator Finder is a new web tool designed by UTS to help academics grow, shape, and build their careers through identifying collaboration opportunities in their networks.
    Tools
    My Researcher Dashboard
    UTS's system for easy access to external research income, research outputs and HDR data for individuals or aggregated to School, Faculty, or UTS level.
    Tools
    Future Fellowship Benchmarking Tool
    Developed for research academics to track some of their current metrics against past successful ARC Future Fellows within the same Field of Research code and academic level.
    Systems
    Research Professional
    An extensive database of funding opportunities that UTS researchers from all disciplines are eligible to apply for.
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    We pay respect to their Elders; past, present, emerging and future as the traditional custodians of Country and knowledge for this land. We recognise their continued connection to the land and waters and the continuation of their cultural, spiritual, and educational practices. We extend this respect to all Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples who visit RES Hub.

    As a place for the UTS community to connect and collaborate, RES Hub acknowledges the long-standing traditional practices of these communities in gathering to share experience, knowledge, and history. RES Hub acknowledges that sovereignty was never ceded. This is and always will be Aboriginal Land.