LUCRIS (Lund University Current Research Information System) is Lund University's research information system. As a researcher at Lund University, you can use LUCRIS to collect and visualize many different aspects of your work.
LUCRIS is the registration interface for scholarly publications and other research information, such as information on researchers, research groups, projects or research-related activities such as external engagements. Information that is registered in LUCRIS is visible in the public Research Portal, portal.research.lu.se. Information about researchers, research output (such as publications), projects and departments at Lund University is presented in the Research Portal. Registrations in LUCRIS are delivered to, and are searchable in SwePub.
LUCRIS has replaced has replaced LUP (Lund University Publications). As part of the transition, all publications registered in LUP were transferred to LUCRIS. LUP is still running and current download statistics for all publications are available via this database.
Register your publication
Registering all scholarly publications is obligatory after 2002 at Lund University (see the vice-chancellor's decision Registrering av vetenskapliga publikationer ). Publishing texts in full, parallel, or with delay is voluntary but recommended.
For information specific to the Faculties of Humanities and Theology, regarding the registration requirements LUCRIS, please refer to the Minimum requirements for registration in LUCRIS at the HT Faculties.
Register your thesis
The local LUCRIS support team are at the HT Libraries. Please contact forskningsstodhtbibl.luse if you have any questions.
- On the Staff Pages, you can find more information about LUCRIS including how to update your profile and register research output, activities, prizes and distinctions, projects and contracts.
- Here, you can also find video tutorials and instruction manuals, that cover many different aspects of LUCRIS.
- We also have a local FAQ, where questions that mainly concern the HT Faculties are addressed.