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Applications, Awards and Projects

In Pure grants are called awards, so different types of grants so be registered as an award.

In Pure's project module you can create all types of projects, ranging from small independent projects to major international collaborations.

Projects should be seen as an "aggregating" content type, ie. The project links the other content types together, such as publications, applications, etc., and displays these aggregate information on the project.

With Pure 5.12 (July 2018), two new content types were added in Pure, Applications and Awards. They make it possible to report more detailed funding data for projects - it is no longer possible to enter financial data directly on the project.

How to register an Application

To add an application, tap the small plus next to the content type:


Choose your application type and sub-type:


Fill out the application's title and add all related applicants. As a personal user, you will automatically be applied to the application with the PI (Project Investigator) role - to change the role, click 'Edit' next to your name and select a new role from the drop-down menu:


Managing organization is automatically filled for personal users. If you are an editor then select the unit for which you are an editor.

Collaborative partners

Here you can indicate whether the application has been prepared in cooperation with external institutions. One of the chosen institutions has to be set as project leader.

Fundings

Click 'Add funding...' and fill in information about funding organisation and possible financial breakdowns between collaborators:


It is possible to add more funding sources to the same application.

Application status

Here you can specify the current status of the application - there can only be one active application status at a time, so be sure to update it.

The five possible statuses are: In preparation, submitted, approved, rejected and withdrawn.

If you want to attach documents to your application, you can do so here:

 

Visibility

All applications are set as default as 'Confidential'. In the yellow info box, you can see who has the opportunity to view the application in Pure backend, no one else can search for the application or even see on your profile that there is an application:


Due to technical limitations we can't display applications on AU webpages at this moment.
But if you change visibility it will be displayed on your profile in Pure backend.

How to register an Award

To add an award, tap the small plus next to the content type:


Choose your award type and sub-type:


Fill out the awards title and add all related award holders. As a personal user, you will automatically be applied to the application with the PI (Project Investigator) role - to change the role, click 'Edit' next to your name and select a new role from the drop-down menu:


Managing organization is automatically filled for personal users. If you are an editor then select the unit for which you are an editor.

Collaborative partners

Here you can indicate whether the award has been prepared in cooperation with external institutions. One of the chosen institutions has to be set as project leader.

Fundings

Click 'Add funding...' and fill in information about funding organisation and possible financial breakdowns between collaborators:


It is possible to add more funding sources to the same award.

Life cycle

Here you can specify the project's expected start and end date, actual start and end date. On the project itself you also indicate the actual start and end date.

Award date - The day the award is approved - is mandatory.

Relations

Have you previously created an application in Pure for the award, then you can relate them to each other. The relationship is automatically added on both content, so you do not have to re-open the application to relate the award.

Visibility

At the moment we can't display awards on AU webpages.

How to register a project

To add a project, tap the small plus next to the content type:


Choose one of the three project types:


Fill out the projects title and add all related project participants. As a personal user, you will automatically be applied to the application with the PI (Project Investigator) role - to change the role, click 'Edit' next to your name and select a new role from the drop-down menu:


Managing organization is automatically filled for personal users. If you are an editor then select the unit for which you are an editor.

Collaborative partners

Here you can indicate whether the project is a collaboration with external institutions. One of the chosen institutions has to be set as project leader.

Life cycle

Here you enter the actual start and end date of the project.

Relations

If you previously created an application and/or award in Pure for the project, you can relate them to each other. The relationship is automatically added on both content, so you do not have to open the application/grant again to relate the project.

Application types

There are 7 types of applications in Pure:

  • Research Councils
  • EU
  • Private Foundations
  • Regional Foundations
  • Other Government Institutions
  • Industry
  • Other

Under each type you can choose between:

  • Outline
  • Proposal
  • Additional Funding
  • Negotiation (Only applies to EU)

Award types

There are 7 types of awards in Pure:

  • Research Councils
  • EU
  • Private Foundations
  • Regional Foundations
  • Other Government Institutions
  • Industry
  • Other


Under each type you can choose between:

  • Award
  • Additional Funding

Project types

There are 3 types of projects in Pure:

  • Research
  • Consultancy
  • Other

Nature of activity type

You can add tags that describe the nature of an application, a grant or a projects activities:

  • Dissertation project
  • Individual grant
  • Non-academic projects
  • Other
  • Practical project
  • Research
  • Scientific event
  • Teaching
  • Transfer (professional training)
  • Transfer (R&D project)
  • Transfer (scientific services)

You can add multiple tags to a single application/award/project.

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