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Transformation Of Researcher`S Professional Qualification Requirements In The Information Society

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Researcher profile Competences and desirable competences having relation to open science
First Stage Researcher (R1) Be able to explain the outcome of research and value thereof to research colleagues.Develops integrated language, communication and environment skills, especially in an international context.
Recognized Researcher (R2) Has made a contribution through original research that extends the frontier of knowledge by developing a substantial body of work, innovation or application. This could merit national or international refereed publication or patent.Can communicate with their peers - be able to explain the outcome of their research and value thereof to the research community.Takes ownership for and manages own career progression, sets realistic and achievable career goals, identifies and develops ways to improve employability.Co-authors papers at workshop and conferences.Can be expected to promote, within professional contexts, technological, social or cultural advancement in a knowledge based society.Can mentor First Stage Researchers, helping them to be more effective and successful in their R&D trajectory.
Established Researcher (R3) Can take the lead in executing collaborative research projects in cooperation with colleagues and project partner.Publishes papers as lead author, organises workshop or conference sessions.Communicates the research effectively to the research community and wider society.
Leading Researcher (R4) Has an international reputation based on research excellence in their field.Publishes and presents influential papers and books, serves on workshop and conference organising committees and delivers invited talks.Is an excellent communicator and networker within and outside the research community [creating networks].
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