Good scientific practice requires scientific probity and good research practice. This includes not engaging in behaviour that could be characterised as “research misconduct” or as “questionable research practice”.
The Vice-Chancellor has set up an internal advisory committee (Committee on Practice) for processing cases concerning potential breaches of good scientific practice in connection with research at SDU.
In cases of research misconduct, the committee shall prepare a report for the Danish Committee on Research Misconduct, and in cases of questionable research practice, a report for the Vice-Chancellor concerning the case. Find out more in “Rules for ensuring good scientific practice”, approved by the Executive Board on 26 April 2018.
Composition of the Committee:
Professor Erik Albæk (Chair)
Department of Political Science and Public Management
Associate Professor Tønnes Bekker-Nielsen
Department of History
Professor Philippe Grandjean
Department of Public Health
- Environmental Medicine
Professor Henrik Gordon Petersen
The Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller Institute
Professor Jesper Wengel
Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy
Enquiries to the Committee on Practice should be addressed to
Vice-Chancellor Henrik Dam and sent to:
Secretary for the Committee on Practice
Head of Secretariat Jørgen Schou
University of Southern Denmark
5230 Odense M
Act on Research Misconduct, etc. (Only in Danish).