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The Scientific Research Institute of the Faculty of Arts brings together 455 researchers and junior researchers from 13 research groups:

 Information Science and Library Science at the Scientific Research Institute 

0581-001   Philosophy at the Scientific Research Institute
0581-2 Musicology at the Scientific Institute 
0581-3 History at the Scientific research Institute
0581-4  Art History at the Scientific Research Institute
0581-5 Ethnology at the Scientific Research Institute
0581-6 Literature at the Scientific Research Institute 
0581-7 Sociological Research and Cultorology at the Scientific Research Institute
0581-8  Physchological Research at the Scientific Research Institute
0581-9  Educiational Sciences Research at the Scientific Research Institute
0581-10  Geographical Research at the Scientific Research Institute 
0581-11  Linguistics at the Scientific Research Institute
0581-12  Archaeology at the Scientific Research Institute
0581-13 Information Science and Library Science at the Scientific Research Institute

 

The activities of the research groups are integrated in programme groups and other research projects facilitated by the European Union and government ministries or agencies and are commissioned by commercial organisations.

 

Researcher's Bibliographies

A properly organised bibliography is of key importance when applying for a project.  Librarians at the Central Library of the Humanities enter the bibliographies of researchers at the Faculty of Arts into the COBISS.SI database. For more information see: link

 

Research Workload

The project manager and the researchers must possess enough available capacities for the execution of the research projects. To carry out the research, they must be employed at a research organisation. 

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Instructions for eObrazci

Since 2009, the public agency for research activity has used the web application eObrazci for applying for projects and reporting achievements. We prepared a short manual on how to use the eObrazci application along with instructions on how toinstall the digital certification. (only in Slovene)

Forms

The forms are available through the intranet web page of the Faculty of Arts. 

 

EFAMT

Easy Financial and Accounting Management Tool (EFAMT) is an online tool employed by the Slovenian Research Agency for the financial management of the funds of research projects and other research activities.  The application enables project managers to track the financial status of their projects. The user manual is accessible via this link. (only in Slovene)

 

Useful links

Here you will be able to find several useful links to web pages related to research. 

Links