Personal homepage

It is mandatory for PhD students, postdocs, assistant professors, associate professors and full professors to have an updated personal website. Your website must also include an updated CV in English.

Your website is created and updated in PURE. If you need help, you may contact one of the research secretaries of your section.

Photo
A photo for your homepage can be taken by the photographers at AU. These photos are taken the first Tuesday of the month from 10:00 to 12:00 and from 13:00 to 14:00. It is not necessary to book an appointment. The photo session takes place at Trøjborgvej 82-84, building 1910, room 3.20. Go to 'Photography' to read more.

CV
You can upload a PDF file of your CV to your PURE profile via this link: https://cvupload.au.dk/ - log on to WAYF and follow the instructions on the screen.  See also this step-by-step guide on how to upload your CV to PURE: Guide to CV upload

Requirements
Vice Dean of School of Business and Social Sciences, Per Baltzer Overgaard, has outlined the following minimum requirements for your personal webpage in PURE:

  • Overview – should contain name, title, contact information, areas of interest.
    It is also possible to list the most important and/or latest publications, research areas, other activities etc. You can add subject headings from the authorised AU subject heading list and add subject headings that describe the research. On your staff website, you may choose to present parts of the registered content, e.g. publications activities, and projects, if you wish to 
    list the most important articles. It is also possible to link to a personal websites, edited by the individual researcher.
  • Publications – this page is connected directly to PURE and lists publications from the PURE database.
  • Activities  – board memberships, participation in committees, awards, titles etc. Registration of activities in certain categories in PURE is optional. However according to AU guidelines, the researcher is also required to register other activities. For further information please follow this link: https://medarbejdere.au.dk/en/pure/user-guides/activities/
  • CV – chronological overview of the academic career. The following should be contained in the CV: areas of interest, nationality, highest academic degree, year degree granted and where.
  • Further information – e.g. links to relevant websites. We also encourage the researcher to upload the CV as a document (pdf).