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Discovery Profiles

Populated from Symplectic Elements, Discovery Profiles allows internal and external audiences to search by name, keywords or discipline. Changes made in Symplectic Elements display almost immediately in Discovery Profiles.

Discovery Profiles makes it quick and easy to have an up-to-date public profile showcasing the breadth of researcher expertise at UTS. 



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To find experts in a particular area, you can either start by putting in a keyword, or refine your search. If you know the FoR code you are looking for, switch the 'As a Tag' toggle on the search bar and start typing the field of research code name.

Log in to Symplectic Elements first to add publications to your profile. Publications can be added by clicking on the '+ Add' on your homepage under 'My Summary Publications'. Changes will be visible in Discovery Profiles after 15 seconds.


The research grants or projects come into Symplectic Elements (thus Discovery Profiles) via Research Master and Dimensions. Research Master is only for UTS-administered grants and Dimensions covers publicly available grants. At this point anything outside of this scope does not show on Discovery Profiles. 

Any enquiries regarding projects should go to

Discovery Profiles is the public facing profile of Symplectic Elements. To edit and make changes to your Discovery Profile, log into Symplectic Elements, edit your profile and you should see the changes in Discovery Profiles about 15 seconds later.

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