Symplectic Elements Login
Login via a different authenticating authority.
Need to update your search settings in Symplectic but not sure how to do it? - See more at: http://www.research-information.admin.cam.ac.uk/news/need-update-your-search-settings-symplectic-not-sure-how-do-it#sthash.eRkPxZho.dpuf
ADVANCE WARNING - w/c 15 August 2016
Due to planned maintenance work Symplectic will be unavailable from 15-19 August 2016. This will allow us to upgrade the system to version 5.1.1, which has a new look and feel as well as additional functionality we hope you will find useful.
During this time, you may find you can login to the system, but a full re-index (which takes several days) will run after the upgrade and a number of pages will be unavailable. Similarly, any changes you make may not be saved. More information will be posted on our website over the next few weeks at www.research-information.admin.cam.uk
24/03/2016 New interactive guide
Need to update your search settings in Symplectic but not sure how to do it? - See more at: http://www.research-information.admin.cam.ac.uk/news/need-update-your-search-settings-symplectic-not-sure-how-do-it
26/01/2016 Graduate Student access to Symplectic Elements
All University of Cambridge Graduate students now have access to Symplectic via RAVEN. User profiles can be used to create authored publications lists, maintain (and link) to external profiles and also to establish and link ORCID identifiers (see below) to these individual profiles.
Help and tutorials for fine-tuning and switching on Search settings (to find publications from a variety of sources e.g. PubMed, WoS, Scopus, SSRN) can be found within the Symplectic user interface under ‘help’ or in the Support section of the Research Information website.
20/10/2015 Get yourself connected: ORCID
An ORCiD profile is connected to an individual, not an institution and this link does not change that; but it can help to streamline updates to profiles in Symplectic. For example, ORCiD accounts can be linked to a variety of other sources including MLA BibLink and arXiv as well as other profile tools such as Scopus Author ID and ResearcherID to draw in relevant information.
An ORCiD account can also make it easier to add publications when importing from sources such as Google Scholar.
Learn more about ORCID: here
How to connect via your Symplectic Elements account: here (RAVEN protected)
The Office of Scholarly Communication released a video on how to create and link your ORCID with Symplectic Elements: here (RAVEN protected)
31/03/2015 Research Information website
A new website is available combining all available resources with respect to research information at the University of Cambridge. For access please click here. This website provides details on Symplectic Elements as well as alternative metrics, funding opportunities and a new grant analysis and benchmarking tool.