Professional experience If you have been employed in industry and it is relatively recent (approximately within the last 5-10 years) and relevant to your academic work, it is important to include it.
If relevant, professional experience can explain any gap fills in your academic work and demonstrate the diversity in your capabilities.
Provide their names and complete contact information.
This guide provides advice and tips on how best to write a CV for the academic field.
The advice and tips are organized into categories as could be used to structure a CV as well.
Funding The funding you have attracted for your research and work is recognition of the value of your research and efforts.
If applying for positions, institutions also like to see what kind of funding you can attract.
In an appendix, you can add an exhaustive list of conferences and seminars where you participated by giving a speech, presented a paper or research, or participated in a discussion panel.
References It is advised to list at least three contact persons who can provide a reference for your research, work and character.Professional affiliations and memberships If you belong to any professional group or network related to your areas of expertise, you should mention them in this section.Only list affiliations or memberships with which you are active (within last 5 years, for example). Attendance at conferences and seminars List the most relevant conferences or seminars where you presented or participated in a panel within the last 5-7 years.Other skills and qualifications As on every CV, academics should highlight key skills and qualifications relevant to your research and academic work.Technical and practical skills, certifications, languages, and more, are relevant to mention in this section.Education Provide an overview of your education starting from your first academic degree to the most recent degree obtained (reverse chronological order).