Field descriptions

This section gives a brief description of the most important fields in the various submission forms.

The fields are in alphabetical order under each heading.

Publications

Expert task

Teaching merit

 

Visit

Artistic activity

Conference

Publications 

The fields in the submission forms for articles and monographs are mainly the same. Definitions and additional instructions about the fields have been compiled to these instructions, partly expanded.

Affiliation

More information on special characters, such as. š, ∞, ³, can be found here.

Additional information 

In this field, you can enter any possible additional information on the publication that you wish to add, e.g. other ISBN or ISSN numbers.

Article number

Enter the number of the article on the field Article number. See also field Pages.

Authors 

List the authors of the article in the order in which they are presented in the original article or in the database. Give the names as follows Surname1, First name1; Surname2, First name2. If you don’t know the full first name of the author you can use the initial.

If there is more than 20 authors, list the first 20 authors and enter the total number of authors in the field "Number of authors".

Mark out the editor with the signifier (ed.) after his or her name. If there are several editors, add (eds.) after the name of the last one.

Country of publication

Select the country where the publication is published, or the publisher's home country. If the publication has several home countries, select the first-mentioned or typographically highlighted country.

Date of issue 

Select or enter as digits the date of publication of the newspaper/journal, e.g. 22.10.2014.

Descriptors 

Enter descriptors that describe the contents of the publication in Finnish and in English. You can create your own descriptors or select them from a controlled glossary. You can find descriptors from e.g. Yleinen suomalainen asiasanasto, YSA.

Discipline 

Select one or more disciplines that describe the contents of the publication. Selection will take place on the list of disciplines with radio buttons. Select 1 for the main discipline, then 2, 3. The same number or a discipline cannot be selected twice, but the last option remains in force. Discipline classification is approved by the Ministry of Education and Culture and it has been introduced beginning of 2011 in gathering the information of the publications. Instructions of Ministry of Education and Culture (only in Finnish) give more information about the publication placement in disciplines.

DOI identification 

Enter the DOI identification of the article. DOI (Digital Object Identifier) is an article-specific identifier with which it can be found on the web. If you write or copy the identifier in the search field of the linking service (http://dx.doi.org), the service will direct you to the online article in question.

Editors of main work

Mark out the editor with the signifier (ed.) after his or her name. If there are several editors, add (eds.) after the name of the last one. If the book has three editors or less, enter them in the order in which they appear in the publication, If there are more than three editors, enter the name of the first one and add "et al." after his or her name, e.g., Nina Lamp et al. (eds.).

EVO publication 

This field is in use only in the Faculty of Medicine. Articles included in the so-called EVO application (research funds from specified government transfers), published in 1) journals that have an impact factor value or 2) the following domestic journals: Duodecim, Suomen Lääkärilehti, Suomen Hammaslääkärilehti, Hoitotiede, Finska Läkaresällskapets handlingar and Sosiaalilääketieteellinen aikakauslehti.
Select whether the article is included in this group.

First author's department 

The system assumes that the user submitting the information is the first internal author, and also suggests that user's department (the department where the user is employed at when submitting the information) as the first internal author's department. Enter department information, i.e., subject, laboratory, area of responsibility or subject area. Change the department information when necessary by clicking on the arrow icon and searching the correct or more accurate information.

First internal author 

The first internal author is the first author listed in the publication that is also a member of the University of Oulu staff. The system automatically suggests the user submitting the information as the first internal author, but you can change the first internal author by clicking on the blue arrow icon and then searching for the information of the author in question using the form that opens, and finally selecting the author with a tick. Enter department information, i.e., subject, laboratory, area of responsibility or subject area.

Other internal authors must be linked to the publication by clicking on the arrow icon in front of the Internal experts text and searching for the other authors. Their department information is included automatically. If this does not happen, select the correct department from the list (in alphabetical order) in the Organization field. Enter department information, i.e., subject, laboratory, area of responsibility or subject area.

International joint publication 

Select whether the article is an international joint publication. The article/chapter is an international joint publication, when at least one of the authors is non-Finnish in terms of his or her address.

Impact factor 

The system will add the impact factor automatically to the information of the journals for which it is available.

Internationality

A domestic publication refers to a publication whose publisher is Finnish or which has primarily been published in Finland.
An international publication refers to a publication whose publisher is not Finnish or which has primarily been published outside Finland.
In case of conference proceedings, the publisher means the publisher of the conference proceedings.

ISBN 

Enter the ISBN number (international standard number) of the publication. If the work has been published both electronically and in print, record mainly the ISBN number of the printed version.

The ISBN number of publications published since 1.1.2007 has 13 digits. The new ISBN number is similar to the 13-digit EAN code included in the barcode on the back cover of the publication. Older publications have a 10-digit ISBN number.

ISSN 

ISSN number will be recorded automatically when the name of the journal is selected to the submit form. If the journal has been added by the user, the ISSN will only be visible in the record only after the system administration has accepted the new journal into the system.

Name of journal 

Use the search function to select the name of the journal from a list. Open the search function by clicking on the magnifying glass on the Name of journal field. Search for the journal by using either the entire title or a part of the title of the journal as your search term. You can also conduct a search with the ISSN number. Select the correct journal from the search results. After you have selected it, the name of the journal will appear on the submission form.  The system will automatically add the ISSN number on the form as well. The system will also add the impact factor figure to the record, if the impact factor data is available.

If you cannot find the journal from the list, you can add it by clicking on the Add new journal button on the selection page. After this, enter the full name of the journal to the Name field. Do not use abbreviations. After entering the title, click Save basic information. The name of the journal is now visible in the list from which you must select it. After you have selected it, the name of the journal will appear on the submission form. The system administrators will verify the information of every user-added journal afterwards, fill in the ISSN number and check whether an impact factor is available for the journal. After the verification the data will be added to the record, and the new journal title will be visible in the journal list of the database.

National co-publication

Select the information whether the publications have been written in cooperation with some national research organization. The organization classes are: 1) not a national co-publication 2) Finnish university or, 3) university hospital district, 4) state sector research institute, 5 )other national research organisation. Indicate for each publication separately whether it was produced in cooperation with an organisation belonging to one of these classes (see organisation classes 2-5 separately) and select organisation(s).

The publication should be reported as a national co-publication if even one of the authors is affiliated with the class in question (also in cases of a double affiliation). An article appearing in a publication whose editor is from a different organisation is not sufficient grounds for the publication to be deemed a co-publication with another organisation. Information on national co-publications will be used for preparing the national science policy.

Number of authors

Enter the number of the authors.  If there are more than 50 authors, it is sufficient to enter 50.

Language of publication 

Select which language the publication was written in. The first options in the drop-down menu are Finnish, Swedish and English. Other languages are listed in alphabetical order.

Open access 

Choose options:
Not an open access publication
Open access publication
Open access publication, parallel copy of a fee-based article
Not known whether the publication is open access or not

Not an open access publication = Publication is not an open access -publication, the publication cannot be read by anyone free of charge and without restrictions on the internet.
Open access publication = Publication can be read by anyone free of charge and without restrictions on the internet.  The article is published in a journal or book, which all articles are permanently available and can be read by anyone via the Internet without charge.
Open access publication, parallel copy of a fee-based article = Article in a fee-based journal (if considering it in a position of readers) has a parallel, permanently available open access copy e.g. on the organization's own or on a discipline-specific digital archive service.
Not known whether the publication is open access or not

If you selected Open access -publication or Open access -publication, parallel copy of a fee-based article, enter also the location of the publication on the Internet. See "URL of web publication".

Other internal authors

Select other authors which are members of the University of Oulu staff. For more information on the web pages “Adding a publication”, “Publication submission process”, “Quick instructions - adding publication information”, Section 6. Make sure the department is correct.

Use the search function in the field “Other internal authors” to select other authors which are members of the University of Oulu staff. The name of the department comes automatically after the name of the person. Do not select the first internal author for the second time.

Authors who are not employed by the university must be able to demonstrate such an affiliation with the university that has enabled the writing of the publication (e.g. provision of premises or supervision).

Other departments

In this field comes automatically the name of the department according the selection in the field “Other internal authors”. Each department appears only once. Don’t enter here the department of the first internal author, but it is in its own field and it is not to enter here, even if there are other authors from the same department.

In this field you can add departments without a link to authors.

Pages 

Enter the page numbers of the article/chapter in the book or journal. Separate the page numbers with a hyphen, e.g. 123-145.

In some cases the publication does not have page numbers at all, such as in case of some conference proceedings or online publications. In those cases you must enter how many pages long the article is, e.g. 1-6 or enter the number of the article on the field Article number.

Place of publication 

Enter the location mentioned in connection with the publisher. If there are several cities related to the publisher, enter the place that is the most significant typographically. If there is no difference between then, enter the one that is mentioned first or otherwise considered the most significant.

Publication and registration year 

Publication year is always the year mentioned in the publication. The year of registration is the year in whose statistics the publication will be registered, and it is mainly the same as the publication year. The registration year can be the year following the publication year, if the author has for example received his/her own copy of a publication published toward the end of the year only the following year after the registration period for the publication year has already ended.

Publisher 

Enter the name of one publisher. If several publishers are mentioned on the title page of the publication, enter the name that is typographically the most significant.  If there is no difference between then, enter the one that is mentioned first or otherwise considered the most significant.

Refereed 

Select whether the article has undergone a referee process (a peer review process) or not. The definitions of the Ministry of Culture and Education  (p. 6):

Definition of peer review
The peer review of scientific publications refers to a procedure by which a journal, conference or publishing house publishing research results requests that experts in the field of science carry out a preliminary evalu-ation of the scientific fitness for publication of manuscripts intended for publication. Publication data col-lection requires that peer review meets the following

- The publication evaluators have been independent, in terms of the manuscript to be evaluated. Independent evaluators refer to accomplished researchers or other experts who are not editors of the publication series (journal or book series) or the publication (research book, journal special issue, conference publication).
- The process assesses the completeness of the material and the management of the theoretical frame of reference, the reliability of how the research has been carried out and its accuracy, the originality of the results and their novelty value in relation to previous research as characteristic of the field of science.
- The evaluation has covered the entire manuscript offered for publication rather than just an abstract or extract.
- The author has received a written referee statement of the peer review (original statement of a summary by the editorial staff/editor in chief).

In unclear cases, it must be possible to verify the peer review based on a written statement. As for the publications reported on, peer review is required for publication types A1, A2, A3, A4, C1 and C2. If a Finnish science publisher uses the FFLS peer review identifier, only articles and separate books containing the identifier will be reported under the publication types mentioned above (Book publishers and series using the label).

Note. Contrary to the previous instructions, an external evaluator independent of the author (not the editor of the book) is also required for refereed research book articles (A3). In addition, a peer review is also required for separate scientific books (C1).
 

Series name 

Enter the name of the series that the work is included in. If the work is not a serial publication, select the "No series" option. On the submission form there is a drop-down menu with the series of the University of Oulu already listed in it (the Acta series and Humaniora, which are refereed) and the departmental series of the University of Oulu (other, non-refereed series). If you cannot find the name of the series published by the University of Oulu on the list or when the series is new, make a note of this in the Additional Information field.  The Library will add the series titles to the menu.

The names of all other series will be entered in the text field under Other series.

Series number 

Enter the number of the series.

Title/name of main work 

Enter the title of the work. If the article has a subordinate title, separate it with a colon, e.g. Difficult but doable: good practices for equality work.

Peer-reviewed

Articles in scientific journals are divided into peer-reviewed articles (Refereed: yes) and non-peer-reviewed scientific writings (Refereed: no).

Peer reviewed (refereed) article:

The original article (original research) meets the criteria of a scientific publication, mainly consists of unpublished material, presents new research results and the journal in which the article has been published has an ISSN number. Articles can also be so-called theoretical articles in which the author attempts to discuss and develop an existing theory or theories and suggest an improved version of his/her own.

A review article (review article, literature review, and systematic review) meets the criteria of a scientific publication except for the one about presenting new information, is based on central original research and is published in a journal with an ISSN number. Review articles include reviews created on the basis of original research or results presented in other studies in a given field.

Non-peer-reviewed (non-refereed)

Non-peer-reviewed articles, short research reports or short reviews, editorials, book reviews, discussion articles and comments in scientific journals. The journal must have an ISSN number.

A discussion article or comment is a letter sent to the letters to the editor section of a scientific journal. These can be an opinion, remark or other comment about e.g. an article, or a response to a previous comment.

In the form Article: Compilation

Peer-reviewed scientific (refereed article)

This article (book section, chapter in research book) is an article published in a scientific compilation, yearbook or equivalent. The article must meet the criteria of a scientific publication, consist mainly of unpublished material, an external evaluator, independent of the author (not the editor of the book) has peer-reviewed the article, the book has an ISBN number and it has been published by a scientific publisher.

Non-peer-reviewed (non-refereed)

An article in a book or compilation that has an editorial staff, but a non-refereed article. The book must be published by a scientific publisher. The book must have an ISBN number.

Other writings are texts not included in the KOTA data collection, e.g. anniversary articles and obituaries, essays, causeries or writings not related to the author's work.

In the form Article: Conference publications

Peer-reviewed scientific (refereed article)

An article in scientific conference proceedings is an article made of a presentation that meets the criteria of a scientific publication, has been published in printed or otherwise publicly available conference proceedings, is a full version of the conference presentation (full paper) and has been peer-reviewed. The publication must have on ISSN or an ISBN identifier.

Non-peer-reviewed (non-refereed)

An article in scientific conference proceedings is an article made of a presentation that meets the criteria of a scientific publication, has been published in printed or otherwise publicly available conference proceedings, and is a full version of the conference presentation (full paper). The publication must have on ISSN or an ISBN identifier.

An article in vocational conference proceedings is an article that has been published in a vocational conference publication.

Abstracts are not included in the KOTA data collection. All abstracts and summaries are submitted with this form, even if they had been published in a journal.

In the form Article: Other magazine

An article in a trade journal is an article meant to be utilised by a professional audience and it has been published in a trade journal. Trade journals are journals whose readership has received education in the field and utilise the information in their daily work. The journal must have an ISSN number.

An article in a popular journal is a published popularised article (article, review, editorial) in a generally available magazine aimed toward the general public. The text must be connected to the author's work.

Other writings are texts not included in the KOTA data collection, e.g. short comments, letters to the editor, anniversary articles and obituaries, essays, causeries or writings not related to the author's work.

In the form Article: Vocational, textbook material
Select the appropriate article type with the radio button.

An article meant to be utilised by a professional audience that has been published in a vocational handbook or guidebook or a vocational database. Vocational handbooks are handbooks

In the form Monograph: Other monograph

Published development or research reports or clarifications are generally available publications based on scientific work. This category includes reports compiled as contract research, published research reports, so-called white papers and working paper and discussion paper-type publications. The publisher of such a work is usually non-scientific, usually a public authority such as a ministry or a state research institute. This category does not include publications meant for internal use only.

Vocational handbooks or textbooks or dictionaries must be published and have an ISBN number. Lecture handouts, online materials or other materials created only for a single course are not included in the data collection.

Popularised monographs are published, non-scientific, popularised works written for the general public and they have ISBN numbers.

The information of "other monographs", e.g., author's editions, novels or other works not part of the author's work, are not included in the KOTA information gathering scheme.

whose readership is largely educated in the field and utilise the information in their daily work. The book must have an ISBN number.

In the form Monograph: Edited book

An edited, published book consisting of various articles by different authors. The authors have been in charge of editing the book, and their names are indicated among the editors.

Edited scientific book: editing work in scientific, peer-reviewed compilation
Edited professional book: editing work in professional compilation
Edited popular book: editing work in popular compilation

Scope

Enter the number of pages that the publication has, e.g. 167.

Subscription site 

In this field you can add the name of the place where the publication can be ordered from.

Title of the article 

Enter the title of the article. If the article has a subordinate title, separate it with a colon, e.g. From Froy to Italy: a journey of war and peace.

Type
Select the appropriate type of article with the radio button.

URL of web publication 

Enter the permanent web address of the online publication. You can add the link to the online publication by clicking the "URL of web publication" icon, which opens a form. Enter the URL of the publication to the form and finish by clicking Save.

If the article has DOI identification, you should use a URL that has the DOI identification embedded in it, i.e., if the DOI identification is 10.1007/s11265-009-0366-z, the URL should be entered in the form http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1007/s11265-009-0366-z.

You can also enter other permanent web addresses; e.g. Ebsco services allow you to link to a permanent address that can be found in the bibliographical reference for the article.

Make sure that the URL works.

Volume or issue 

Enter the volume number of the journal in the first field. Enter the issue number of the journal in the second field. You must fill in at least one field.

Web publication 

Select whether the publication has been published solely on the Internet. The publication must be marked as an online publication also when it has been published both online and in print. If the publication is a web publication, record its permanent web address in the URL of web publication field.

 

Expert task 

Additional information 

Here you can enter any additional information about the task that you wish to add.

Authors 

Enter the names of the authors. Family name first, then first name or its first letter. Separate the different authors with a comma, e.g., Aaltonen Hanna, Sajamaa Veijo, Metsäkangas Taimi.

Country 

Select the country in which the task was completed.

City 

Enter the city in which the task was completed.

Date of statement 

Enter the date on which the statement was given, e.g., 25.03.2014, or select the date from the calendar by clicking on the magnifying glass.

Department 

Change the name of the department if necessary. Enter department information, i.e., subject, laboratory, cost centre or subject area.

Expert task assigned by 

Specify the party that assigned the expert task, e.g. The Faculty of Art and Design of the University of Lapland.

First author's department 

The system assumes that the user submitting the information is the first internal author, and also suggests that user's department (the department where the user is employed at when submitting the information) as the first internal author's department. The department information is included automatically. If this does not happen, select the correct department from the list (in alphabetical order) in the Organization field. Enter department information, i.e., subject, laboratory, cost centre or subject area.

First internal author 

The system assumes that the user submitting the information is the first internal author. Change this when necessary by clicking on the magnifying glass and searching for the person in question (the first author listed in the publication that is a member of the University of Oulu staff).

Internationality 

Select whether the expert task has been performed abroad or whether the task is international.

Internationality of conference 

Select whether the conference was international.

Internet addresses 

Enter a URL related to the task. Make sure that it works.

End date 

Enter the end date of the conference, e.g. 19.05.2014, or select the date from the calendar by clicking on the arrow icon.

End year 

Enter the year in which the task ended. If the task is continuous, only record it once and update the information every year, if necessary.

Expert task assigned by 

Specify the party that assigned the expert task.

Internationality of task 

Select whether the task is international.

Name 

Enter the name of the expert. The system automatically suggests the name of the user submitting the information. You can change the name by clicking on the magnifying glass and using the form that opens to search for the correct name, which you can select with a tick.

Name of conference. 

Enter the full name of the conference in English.

Name of conference/event. 

Enter the name of the conference/event.

Name of graduate school. 

Enter the name of the graduate school.

Name of publication 

Enter the title of the publication.

Name of presentation/poster. 

Enter the title of the presentation/poster.

Name of programme or project 

Enter the name of the programme, team or project.

Name of society/network 

Enter the name of the society or network.

Published outside/in Finland 

Select whether the publication is international.

Publisher 

Enter the name of the publisher of the publication in question.

Starting date 

Enter the starting date of the task/conference/visit, e.g. 25.03.2014, or select the date from the calendar by clicking on the magnifying glass.

Starting year 

Enter the year in which the task began. If the task is continuous, only record it once and update the information when necessary.

Task 

Enter a free-form description of the task.

Time of presentation 

Enter the date of the presentation, e.g. 25.03.2014, or select the date from the calendar by clicking on the magnifying glass.

Type of impact 

Select the type of impact: Expert interviews, memberships, consulting, education or position of trust.

Type of presentation 

Select the option that best describes the presentation or expert task: keynote presentation, other presentation or poster.

Type of statement 

Select the option that best describes the expert task: precontrol of thesis, working as an opponent or reviewing a licentiate's thesis.

Type of task (activities in scientific publications) 

Select the option that best describes the task: Editor in chief, editor, member of editorial staff, reviewer/referee or editor of a compilation. Please note that you can select multiple types if you have had multiple tasks.

Type of tasks (activities related to scientific conferences) 

Select the option that best describes the task: Responsible for arranging the conference, responsible for arranging a part of a conference, chairperson of a session, taking part in a scientific panel and/or a reviewer of conference papers. Please note that you can select multiple types if you have had multiple tasks.

Type of task (assignments related to graduate schools) 

Select the task related to graduate school: Leading, coordinating or working in a management team. Please note that you can select multiple types if you have had multiple tasks.

Type of task (scientific expert) 

Select the option that best describes the task: Multinational communities, public national communities or other national communities. Multinational communities include e.g.  EU, UN and UNESCO. National communities include e.g.  Academy of Finland, the Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation and the Finnish Innovation Fund. An example of an "other national community" is the Finnish Cultural Foundation.

 

Teaching merit 

Approved by 

Enter the name of the party (e.g. a university) who has approved the teacher qualification or given the award or other prize regarding the teaching merits.

Award title 

Enter the name or a short description of the prize or award.

Date of award 

Enter the date on which the award was presented, e.g., 25.03.2014, or select the date from the calendar by clicking on the magnifying glass.

Date when carried out 

Enter the date of the demonstration lesson/study entity, e.g. 25.03.2014, or select the date from the calendar by clicking on the magnifying glass.

End year 

Enter the year in which the task ended. If the task is continuous, only record it once and update the information every year, if necessary.

Evaluation 

Enter the grade or other evaluation that the demonstration lesson received.

Expert role 

Select either responsible tutor or tutor.

Internationality 

Select whether the task is national or international.

Location where completed 

Enter the name of the university or higher education institution where the demonstration lesson was given.

Name of person supervised 

Enter the first and last name of the student being supervised.

Name of study entity 

Enter the name of the study entity or write a free-form description of it.

Point of registration 

Enter the university in which the student is completing the thesis.

Scope 

Enter the extent of the education in hours (full hours) or credits. 1 credit = approx. 27 hrs.

Starting year 

Enter the year in which the task began. If the task is continuous, only record it once and update the information when necessary.

Status of supervision 

Select the status of the supervision.

Teacher qualification (60 credits)

Topic and purpose of demonstration lesson 

Enter a short free-form description of the purpose (e.g. Docentship) and topic of the demonstration lesson.

Topic of work supervised 

Enter the topic or possible title of the supervised thesis.

Type of thesis 

Select the type of the thesis.

University where completed 

Enter the name of the university or higher education institution where the studies were completed.

 

Visit 

City 

In case of own staff enter the city that was visited.
In case of a foreign visitor, enter the city where s/he comes from.

Country 

In case of own staff enter the country that was visited.
In case of a foreign visitor, enter the country where s/he comes from.

Duration of visit (days) 

The system will automatically calculate the duration of the visit according to the dates you have entered.

End date 

Enter the end date of the visit, e.g. 19.05.2014, or select the date from the calendar.

Family name and given name 

Enter the family name and given name of the visitor.

Name 

Select the name of the expert who has been/is going on an international visit, unless the correct one is already selected.

Person in charge of invitation 

Enter the name of the person in charge of the invitation.

Position 

Enter the position of the visitor in his/her country of origin.

Purpose 

Select the purpose of the visit of own staff (teaching, research, other).
Select the purpose of the incoming visit (teaching, research, graduate education, other).

Organisation visited 

Enter the host organisation of the visit, the university, the higher education institution, the research organisation or the enterprise.

Research career phase

Own staff: Select the research career phase of visitor. Visits that does not include teaching or research belong to item Other/unknown.
Foreign: The system gives automatically the text. Read only.

Starting date 

Enter the starting date of the visit, e.g. 25.03.2014, or select the date from the calendar.

Task 

Give a short description of the visit or the tasks performed during the visit.

Type of visit 

Select the type of the visit, one or more.

Unit 

Enter the name of the organisation for which the visitor works in his/her country of origin, the university, the higher education institution, the research organisation or the enterprise.

Unit 

Select the department of the expert who has been/is going on an international visit, unless the correct one is already selected. Specify the laboratory, cost centre or subject area.

Unit in charge of invitation 

Enter the department in charge of invitation (laboratory, cost centre or subject area).

 

Artistic activity 

Additional information 

In this field, you can enter any possible additional information on the artistic activity that you wish to disclose.

Authors 

Enter the names of the persons participating in the activity.

Category 

Select the type of artistic activity.

Department 

Change the name of the department if necessary.  Enter the department. Specify the laboratory/unit/subject.

Description of task 

Enter a short, free-form description of the activity.

First internal author 

Enter the name of the expert, unless the correct one is already selected.

Internationality 

Select whether the production is national or international.

Internet addresses 

Enter a URL related to the artistic activity. Make sure that it works.

Place 

Enter the city in which the activity took place or the work is located.

Presented outside Finland 

Select whether the activity has taken place/the work is located abroad.

Production year 

Enter the year in which the production was completed or performed.

 

Conference 

City 

Enter the name of the city in which the conference was organised.

Country 

Select the country in which the conference was organised.

Discipline 

Select the discipline of the conference. The options are: The humanities, education, economics, natural sciences, medicine, psychology, theatre, health sciences or the social sciences.

End date 

Enter the end date of the conference, e.g. 19.05.2014, or select the date from the calendar.
Once you have saved the conference, the system will calculate and add the duration of the conference automatically.

Name of conference 

Enter the name of the conference in English.

Number of Finnish participants. 

Enter the number of Finnish participants.

No. of non-Finnish participants. 

Enter the number of non-Finnish participants.

Person in charge 

Enter the name of the person in charge

Starting date 

Enter the starting date of the conference, e.g. 25.03.2014, or select the date from the calendar.
Once you have saved the conference, the system will calculate and add the duration of the conference automatically.

Unit in charge 

Enter the department in charge of the conference.

URL of web page

Enter a URL related to the conference. Make sure that it works.


 

Last updated: 4.1.2016