Research Documentation (FoDok).

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have a question about our Research Documentation? Here are some answers to the most frequently asked questions we receive:

FoDok at the JKU contains the following research accomplishments at the JKU and the name of the responsible research unit:

  • Publications: Books, journal articles and compilations, research reports, editorial activities, etc.
  • Presentations: Invitations to speak and present, (keynote) presentations at conference and symposia, poster presentations, post-doctorate presentations, etc.
  • Research Projects: Academic and scientific projects that have been grant-funded or given in contract, Diploma degree theses, dissertations, and post-doctorate projects, etc.
  • Scientific Community Services (SCS): expert review activities, functions and memberships, organized academic and scientific conferences and symposia, longer stays abroad, etc.
  • Inventions: Issued patents


No, other individuals who have provided services in cooperation with a researcher at the JKU are also listed.
However, at least one JKU researcher has been actively involved in each listed research accomplishment.

Select Research Units in the menu and und navigate through the JKU's organizational structure.

Each respective research unit is responsible for entering, maintaining, and updating the information.

The Intellectual Capital Report only contains certain types of research accomplishments that were entered, reviewed, and released to FoDok before a specific deadline.
Information about research accomplishments entered at a later date or not released in time by the team leader cannot be considered.

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