EU sanctions on intangible technology in relation to Bsc, MSc and PhD theses

 

EU sanctions on intangible technology transfer in higher education are directed against citizens of Iran (Council Regulation (EU) No 267/2012), Syria (Council Regulation (EU) No 36/2012; Russian Federation (Council Regulation (EU) No 833/2014, Council Regulation (EU) No. 692/2014, Council Regulation (EU) 2022/263) and Belarus (Council Regulation (EC) No 765/2006) in the sense of Commission Opinion C(2019/5883) and according to the interpretation of the Financial Analytical Office's Technical Assistance and Intangible Technology Transfer Manual 2021 and Methodological Recommendation for Universities and Scientific Research Institutions 2022.

Practically this means, that students from these countries shall not be allowed to work on theses/research oriented on applied research which can be commercially exploited and all the results of such students' work must be openly published. This includes also the neccessity to publish the thesis without any restrictions before the defence.

 

All the eneded information can be found in the Dean's Measure D123, in Czech Opatření děkana, in English Study regulations.

 

 

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