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Research Information Systems

GEPRIS – German Project Information System

GEPRIS provides information on DFG-funded research projects. The information ranges from project content and objectives to participating researchers and research facilities. Furthermore GEPRIS  publishes the findings of DFG-funded research in the form of abstracts and select publication titles. Information is sourced from final reports submitted to the DFG. Contact:

Link auf E-Mailgepris@dfg.de


GERiT – German Research Institutions

GERiT is an information portal on German research institutions provided by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) in partnership with the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the German Rectors’ Conference (HRK). GERiT is aimed at students and researchers in Germany and abroad. Contact:

Link auf E-Mailinstitutionen-extern@dfg.de


RIsources – Research Infrastructure Portal

RIsources (RI = Research Infrastructure) is a portal operated by the DFG containing information in a compact form about national scientific research infrastructures which provide researchers with resources and services for research projects. Research infrastructures include instrumentation offerings and research services as well as libraries, data repositories and research collections. Contact: 

Link auf E-MailRI-Portal@dfg.de


GEPRIS Historisch – Research funding between 1920 and 1945

“GEPRIS Historisch” is the DFG’s comprehensive information portal dedicated to the history of research and also the DFG itself between 1920 and 1945. The online content comprises approximately 50,000 approved and rejected funding proposals submitted by more than 13,000 applicants. The portal is based on data that the historian Sören Flachowsky from Berlin identified in the context of his DFG-funded research group. Between 2006 and 2012, thousands of records from the Federal Archive and other sources were analysed for this purpose. Further sources were used by the DFG staff to enrich this data. Users of the system are invited to explore. The topic pages about various aspects of early funding activities are a good starting point. The information system is in German. If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact:


“Research Integrity” Portal

The Code of Conduct “Guidelines for Safeguarding Good Scientific Practice” is provided in annotated form in line with standard usage in the “Research Integrity” portal.

The aim of the Code of Conduct is to create a deeply-rooted culture of research integrity in the German academic world. As well as interdisciplinary and subject-specific annotations on the 19 guidelines, the portal also contains example cases, FAQs, as well as the latest information on the topic of research integrity. If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact: