Symplectic Elements at Griffith!

Griffith University successfully launched Symplectic Elements in 2019 to collect and manage research outputs. Symplectic Elements replaced the Research Outputs Management module in RIMS.

Academic staff have access to the new system to add, check or manage their research outputs linking to their ORCID and other identifiers. Research outputs are displayed in the Griffith Experts profiles (eligibitly criteria for a public profile apply).

For further information on Symplectic Elements at Griffith please contact the project email symplectic_elements@griffith.edu.au

Latest news

Griffith Experts 5.20 upgrade coming soon!  explore collaboration networks and add YouTube videos to your profile.

Coronavirus – Information for Researchers

Visit this Coronavirus - Information for Researchers webpage for the latest advice for staff and HDR candidates about COVID-19 impacts and options as they relate to your research activities.

Check your outputs

You can check if your research publications and outputs are in the new Symplectic Elements system. If there are any outputs missing, manually add them into Elements via the + add option on your Home page.  Refer to the Quick Reference Guide for full instructions. For creative research outputs, refer to this Creative Research outputs Quick Reference Guide. If you have a question, or experience an issue with Elements, raise a support ticket here

Research Publication Officers are here to assist researchers

The majority of Griffith University research outputs are extracted from sources such as ScopusPubMed and Web of Science. Many other types of outputs are also managed in Symplectic Elements, follow the guides or contact the Research Publication Officers through the support request form for more information about adding research outputs to your profile.

Publication and output categories

The main publications and output categories for research publication data collection for ERA are:

ERA citation analysis and peer review

ERA Research Evaluation Committees assess the quality of research outputs using either citation analysis or peer review.