Habilitation and Professorship appointment procedures at Faculty of Science

Habilitation and Professorship appointment procedures at Faculty of Science

The habilitation procedure and the professor appointment procedures are implemented in accordance with sections 71-74 of  Act No.111/1998 Coll., on Higher Education Institutions and on the Modification and Amendment of Other Acts (hereinafter referred to as "Higher Education Act”), in compliance with Masaryk University Habilitation Procedure and Professor Appointment Procedure Regulations and  Directive No. 7/2017 on Habilitation Procedures and Professor Appointment Procedures (hereinafter referred to as "Directive").

The procedures begin with the submission of a proposal by the applicant to the dean of a faculty through the Office for Research, Doctoral Studies and International Relations.

Below please find the overview of minimum expected experiences. The Office will provide all necessary information, support and guidance to potential applicants.

Expected pedagogical and professional experiences

Habilitation

  • >5 years of active pedagogical university experiences
  • Experiences with leading of full-semester course (at minimum seminar, laboratory exercises for students, etc.)
  • Demonstrated independent grant experiences and attracting of extramular funding
  • Supervising and succesful defences of BSc. and MSc. students
  • Significant international experiences, in particular postdoctoral stay abroad

Professorship appointment

  • Usually 10 years or more of the active pedagogical university experiences
  • Guaranting and supervising of full-semester lecture or other important full-semester course
  • Supervising and succesful defences of PhD students
  • Leading of own research group or grant team, demonstrated independence in attracting of extramural funding
  • Significant and independent international experiences

 Indicative requirements - research quality and performance

Table – indicative requirements (first number – habilitation / second number – professorship appointment). Please note that higher indicators may be expected at individual sub-areas.

 

 

High quality research outcomes with major contribution of the applicant – i.e. typically main or corresponding author (original publications in journals above the median of the field according to WOS, monographies)

Original publications (regular article) at WOS

International peer-review publications (in total)

Citations (without self-citations) at WOS (other citations may exceptionally be accepted for specific sub-areas)

Geography, Geology, Anthropology

2 / 6

6 / 15

20 / 40

15 / 30

Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Life Sciences, Environmental Health Science

5 / 20

15 / 40

na

100 / 200

Mathematics

2 / 6

6 / 15

15 / 30

10 / 30

Physics

5 / 10

15 / 40

na

60 / 200

 

 

 

Ing. Lucie Janíčková

Division head, Office for Doctoral Studies, Quality, Academic Affairs and Internationalization

Phone: +420 549 49 1406
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