SuAVE for Projects, Professional Associations, and Organizations

SuAVe has been routinely used to publish galleries of employees or project participants, member organizations and project stakeholders, conference posters, and grant portfolios. See several examples of these applications below.

Member galleries. Members of the Institute of Conservation Research at San Diego Zoo Global. Similar galleries have been published for UC faculty participating in joint research with Mexican partners; EarthCube project members, CZO project members, Western Big Data Hub participants, SDSC REHS Alumnis, or UCSD Doctors. In sevral such galleries authenticated users can update their information and photos directly in SuAVE.
Project portfolios. EarthCube project portfolio (May 2018), based on data from NSF Award Search. See SuAVE data publishing tutorial to learn how such datasets are published, step by step. Additional portfolios: March 2019, Sept 2019, November 2019
Also, see NSF-funded projects related to COVID-19, as of 6/14/2020.
Besides NSF, this capability of SuAVE has been used to explore grant portfolios from Alliance Healthcare Foundation, Robert Wood Jonson Foundation, Trust for Mutual Understanding, and others.
Stakeholder landscapes. EarthCube Organizational Landscape, a map of related organizations compiled by the EarthCube Liaison Team. Similar applications have been developed, for the Association of Public Land-Grant Universities and other organizations. Interest Groups and Working Groups of the Research Data Alliance can be explored in a similar fashion.

More Applications

  • Alianza UCMX Faculty Directory includes University of California faculty collaborating with researchers in Mexico. In addition to data on affiliation, research areas, and Mexican collaborators, the directory contains each researcher's Mexico-related papers and Mexican co-authors as recorded in OpenAlex. The faculty can update their profiles using a Limesurvey-based questionnaire form integrated with SuAVE.
  • A gallery of the fellows of the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies at the University of California San Diego. See more about the Fellows program at the Center's website
  • The University of California Global Food Initiative (GFI) program is building asset maps of GFI-relevant resources at UC campuses. Such resources include maps of research expertise and collaborations. The galleries of researchers were derived by querying OpenAlex by a set of GFI-related keywords and phrases. As an example, here are galleries for UC Davis and UC San Diego. Users can update their profiles by filling out a Limesurvey form, for UC Davis and UC San Diego, respectively. In addition, see an experimental gallery of UCSD GFI researchers, which lets users explore the evolution of cross-campus co-authorship networks and compute a number of centrality, clustering and fragmentation characteristics.
  • A gallery of researchers who have published on transboundary aquifers, which allows users to explore publications of every researcher and visualize the evolution of co-authorship networks. This gallery is a part of NSF AccelNet Transboundary Groundwater Resilience project. It complements a network of transboundary groundwater researchers that the project is compiling incrementally, by asking research members to fill out a TGR survey, with results automatically added to this SuAVE gallery.