Do you need help with the system? Please contact Tuhat-info (Helsinki University Library)
Maintenance break: there is maintenance work on Tuhat server every month, second Thursday, between 9 a.m. - 3.p.m.
Usually this means a 15-30 minute break at noon
Edit your personal information on CV, research portal and reporting
Submission form for personal information
Curriculum vitae and description of research and teaching
Always save your editing.
Reporting for Ministry of Education and Culture and the University:
Research project integration from financial system SAP Fiori Proha
Awards (grants, research funding)
Reporting visits and hosted visits
Activities classification in Tuhat
Classifications marked with an asterisk* are "Societal impact".
This box contains instructions on how you can create a CV with the CV tool which uses your data that is already in the TUHAT system. The other possibility is to add your CV as text (see instructions here).
You can create many CV documents.
A principal investigator at the University of Helsinki is typically a person who:
The usage of Principal investigator status varies between faculties and independent institutes. Some noted ad advantages are:
It has been noted that even though the preliminary idea in 2009 was to use same criteria accross faculties and independent institutes, there are discrepancies in the implementations. Currently this concept is most actively used in research group environments.
Principal investigator application
To apply for Principal Investigator status, please do the following:
This application is then evaluated according to your Faculty policy and the decision is submitted to Tuhat. This process is managed by research administration advisors, see link below.
The decision can be viewed in your person profile,
Research groups and other research communities can be created to Tuhat as organisations. Research group leader should be a Principal Investigator at the University of Helsinki. Creation of research groups in the research information system increases web visibility and enables reporting: research group members and their content (publications, projects, activities) are linked to the group which then enables visibility services and reporting.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information. Also note that with this email you commit to keep the research group information up to date, including the person list.
Subject of the email: Name of the research group
Body of the email:
Library will then create the group with research group members and their related content (publications, projects and activities). This will take some weeks.
Once the group is created
Maintain group data
Homepage with Drupal
Research group will automatically get a web page in the research portal. Separate more visual web pages can be created with the University's Drupal publishing tool, please read more here.
Research units on University's People Finder
Some of the university's research organizations can be found in the unit list of the university's person search, and information about the affiliation can also be seen on the person's page. If it is necessary to get your community on this list, please contact email@example.com
Research groups and other research community organisations are created in Tuhat, see instructions above. Othewise the organisation hierarchy is the same as in University's organisation registry.
Organisation editors can modify following information in Tuhat. Log in to Tuhat -> Go to Master data -> Organisations -> Open organisation template.
In order to get organisation editor privileges, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.