Research Outcomes

The VQR 2004-2010 selection notice published in definitive form on the 7th of November 2011 by ANVUR (Agenzia Nazionale di Valutazione del sistema Universitario e della Ricerca - Italian Agency for the Assessment of the University and Research System) set in motion an evaluation process of the results of the academic research of  universities, bodies and all private and public entities involved in research in Italy.

The academic work of professors and researchers were taken into account in the assessment process together with additional administrative and financial data relating to the research activities carried out in the 2004-2010 period. The assessment process will conclude with the ANVUR working group's final report before the end of January 2013 and ANVUR's concluding report before the end of June 2013.

For all information on the assessment processes set up by the university see link.

Catalogue of the U-GOV Ricerca research outcomes
From January 2012 to June 2015 U-GOV Ricerca was made the sole tool for the submission of Padua University's academic work in accordance with MIUR standards. Catalogue entries were automatically entered onto the ministerial teaching site and used for consultation and submission of funding requests for university and ministerial projects nonetheless. In July 2015 the catalogue was transferred to a new institutional repository called ' Padua Research Archive ' that uses the new platform IRIS (Institutional Research Information System) developed by CINECA.
Padua Research Archive is an online repository for the storage, publication and open access to research outcomes.
Access to the catalogue is public, and no longer limited to professors and researchers, who do have their personal credentials as to update their personal page.
The transition from a closed to an open catalog is consistent with the general, national and international, objectives that are encourage the widest possible dissemination of research outcomes.

Access to the public platform Padua Research Archive
Access to the catalogue is currently allowed to professors and researchers, such as doctoral students, grant holders and staff carrying out research work. The personal credentials used for the university's email addresses are required for access to the catalogue (username and password).

Access the Padua Research Archive

Departmental representatives
There is at least one Padua Research Archive representative per department who responds to requests for clarification on the updating of the catalogue and supports teaching staff and researchers in submitting and consulting research entries. For clarification and information, contact your own representative.

List of departmental representatives.