Any research ends with a report.
The Reporting Model may be specific to the University / Research Center.
If there is no standard, the report is recommended to be a synthesis similar to a scientific paper.
The research report is different from the annual report / management report / investor report/ scientific article.
The tools below can be used for all types of reports and scientific articles:
Adobe (Illustrator, Dimension, Photoshop)
Word / PDF / PowerPoint
Research4life (brand ideas)
Information about journals and publishing standards can be found here.
Information about Tools that give value to a publication and make it accessible can be found here:
- look for publications that meet ISI criteria (International Scientific Indexing)
- use the peer-review system
- popularize articles / ideas / anything else: Twitter academic (some important hashtags: #academicchatter, #academictwitter, #phdchat)
- make your scientific work public using blogs or a personal website: Gohugo, WordPress, Medium, Squarespace, wix.com
- Social Media tools (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, ClubHouse, TikTok) are very useful to educate society on any subject of life
Social Media profiles that you build should be consistent with your professional activity and personal brand profile.
CareeR = brand identity
- online CV (Canva, Novoresume)
- University / Research Center (profile on their website)
- Profiles in various science and research communities and other global initiatives (AAAS, US Community)
- Google search (appear at conferences, research teams, juries, interviews). It is preferable to make your international activity visible.
See Conferences and the article on Multimedia tools for growing your impact.