Simon Fraser University's (SFU) Research Expertise Engine (REE) includes over 46,000 titles authored by SFU researchers, searchable by keyword, author, department or faculty. It is currently available to the SFU community and the general public.
REE helps SFU researchers connect to colleagues with similar interests, or with whom new multidisciplinary collaborations can be built. We look forward to continuing to improve its features based on feedback from our community.
SFU's REE also helps researchers and graduate students from other institutions find SFU researchers and SFU research works. It allows industry, government, partners and media to search for SFU scholars and research interests.
Access the Research Expertise Engine
If you are an SFU faculty member your profile is already pre-populated for you. However, you can log in with your SFU computing ID and modify your profile, specify if you are accepting graduate students, include a statement about your research, inform about which of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) your research contributes to, and much more. See the researcher settings manual below for details.
Please Provide Your Feedback
This tool was designed to serve the needs of SFU researchers. Your comments will help tailor REE to meet the needs of our research community.
Researcher Settings Manual
Learn how to change your settings. Download the REE Researcher Settings Manual (.pdf)
SFU's Research Expertise Engine is partially supported by the Government of Canada's Incremental Project Grants (IPG), a stream of the Research Support Fund that provides further support for the indirect costs of research.