I. General information
3. Contact information: telephone, e-mail
4. Education (educational institution, level of education, specialisation, date of graduation)
5. Language skills
6. Work experience, including current position
II. Teaching and activities related to the administration and development of teaching
7. Information regarding teaching work carried out at universities (a list of courses, including
new courses and continuing education courses, the workload involved, the number of students
who took the courses, information on student feedback, creation of study aids, including ecourses)
during the last five years.
8. Supervision. The number of students supervised, a list of supervised students who have
defended their theses (for candidates to the position of professor, associate professor, research
professor and senior research fellow, primarily master’s and doctoral students).
9. Activities related to the administration and development of teaching (design and development
of syllabi and curricula, participation in the admission of new students, participation in
evaluation committees, etc.).
10. Other activities in support of teaching.
III. Research and development and creative activities
11. Main fields of research. For each field, the candidate should submit a short overview of
research results, with reference to respective items in the list of publications. If a publication
has co-authors, the candidate should specify his/her contribution to the publication.
12. Total number of academic publications and the number of publications during the last five
13. A list of major publications; in creative arts, a list of creative work. It is advisable (required in
case of candidates for the position of professor, associate professor, research professor and
senior research fellow) to add such publications (a link or a file) electronically to the
14. Research grants and contracts awarded to the candidate (programme or project, source of
funding, amount of funding, project start and end, role of the candidate).
15. Acting as an opponent to doctoral theses.
16. Experience in the application and popularisation of theoretical knowledge, e.g. creating knowhow
with commercial potential, patent authorship, participation in creating innovative
solutions, participation in conducting applied research and analysis.
17. Participation in the work of the international community in the specialisation (e.g. participation
in the work of scientific organisations and professional associations, participation in the
editorial panels of scientific publications, series, books, etc., compiling and editing of scientific
publications, organising research conferences etc., organising presentations of creative work,
development and administration of databases, science collections and other science
18. Other activities to support research and development and creative work.
IV. Participation in the governance and institutional development of the university
19. Performance of managerial tasks (team or project management).
20. Other activities related to the governance and institutional development of the university.
V. Public and social activities
21. Participation in the activities related to the promotion and application of the specialisation at
the institutional, national or international level.
22. Other public and social activities.
VI. Professional development
23. Professional development in the specialisation, incl. traineeship with enterprises and
24. Professional development to enhance teaching and supervising skills.
25. Professional development to enhance management skills.
26. Other professional development.
VII. Professional recognition and awards