This is a survey on the "recognition of individuals in large collaborations" as issued by ECFA, the European Committee for Future Accelerators.
ECFA acknowledges the importance of correctly recognising individual achievements and affirms the challenges therein when dealing with scientific collaborations of between one hundred and many thousands of researchers. The aim of this survey is to verify the current status of the recognition of individual achievements, with the ambition to provide recommendations as input to the update of the European Strategy for Particle Physics.
Please take 10 minutes for this survey, by which you help us to obtain useful information. All individual and personal information is considered confidential. You can only fill this survey once.
Please help us by as many questions as you can, those marked with a star are required before submission.
We first like to obtain some general information. Please note that the survey is anonymous.
The next questions deal with specific topics on individual recognition
Now follows a section of questions on general issues on the topics we addressed above.
To conclude, we give the opportunity to give your opinion on these issues in two open questions