Register your research output

Are you a researcher at TU Delft? Then you can set up, configure and maintain your own profile page. You can manage your overview of publications, activities and awards and decide which content you would like to highlight or hide. These profile pages are made visible on the Research Portal:

TU Delft encourages it’s researchers to present themselves and their work on their personal page in the Research Portal.

Register output

It is quite possible that researchers find that some of their publication(s) are already in Pure. The Library imports and checks all publications from Scopus that are affiliated with TU Delft. The Library also adds the corresponding full text file (pdf) when it is freely available.

The import from Scopus is intended to help researchers with the administration of their output. But not all TU Delft publications are included in Scopus, so those will have to be added manually. For the practical aspects of the registration process, please see the Pure instruction page.

Apart from research output, TU Delft researchers can register information about their research activities (like publication peer-review and editorial work), press and media coverage (newspaper, radio/TV) and prizes in Pure. 

Open Access

The TU Delft Open Access policy requires that a freely accessible version of all TU Delft research output is stored in the TU Delft Repository. Please read the TU Delft Open Science Guide for more information on our mission to make scientific knowledge accessible and free of charge.

If an accepted author’s manuscript (post-print) or a publisher’s version of the article is uploaded into Pure, it will be archived in the TU Delft Research Repository.

The TU Delft Research Repository is harvested by a number of national and international repositories and search indices like NARCIS, OpenAIRE and Google Scholar, resulting in greater visibility.


If you have stored your datasets in the TU Delft Research Data Repository,  the descriptions of these datasets will be imported into Pure, provided you have added your ORCID in both Pure and the Data repository.

If you have questions about Pure, please send a message to or contact the Pure specialist at your faculty.