Decorations of the Registry conceptual program called Open Science are special objects (material elements). These decorations are to be visually perceptible by people around. They individualize scientists and emphasize them in the social environment.

The scientist is the figurant of the Registry using (demonstrating) his decorations in public. This way the scientist expresses his or her consent for possible discussion of the corresponding scientific problem with persons concerned. Such communication must be based on voluntary will of its participants. Participants must honor mutual rights, freedoms, as well as the generally accepted norms of ethic culture.

Decorations fulfill the function of informing the public about the possibility for the persons concerned to communicate with the scientist. However the scientist is not obliged to take part in such communications.

Decorations may have the following forms: specialized objects - carriers of the corresponding information; data and decorations placed on traditional objects.

Objects fulfilling the function of decorations within the conceptual program of the Registry called the Open Science are characterized with convenience of their use, perceptibility for people around, originality of form and contents. The specificity of using such objects assumes the inevitable (natural) or purposeful demonstration in the public environment or traditional attention to them from the third parties.

Figurants of the Registry have the right to submit their own items or objects for the decorations to be placed on them. They also can order specific objects from the IASHE (objects not listed in the present Regulations) and the decorations will be placed on them.

Decorations are provided to the interested Figurants of the Registry on the paid basis.

There are several categories of decorations:

1. Status decorations – documents and other formalized illustrations of the Registry figurant passport's scientific status:

1.1. Passport (certificate) of the scientist;

1.2. Automobile mark – special status card placed under the windscreen of the scientist's car;

1.3. Presentational card (badge) of the scientist;

1.4. Set of visiting cards;

1.5. Official badge of the scientist;

1.6. Named badge of the scientist;

1.7. Set of status stickers to be placed on various objects and business accessories of the Registry figurant.

The following information about the scientist is indicated in the documented status decorations: a) name and surname; b) photo; c) country of residence; d) scope of scientific studies (interests); e) University (as the place of work or study) - at will of the Registry figurant; f) scientific degree; g) scientific title; h) year of registration in the Socrates–Notion and the registration number; i) blood group and Rh factor; j) QR-code; k) the Registry logo. Term of validity of documented status decorations is 3 years.

The standard price for status decorations is established by the IASHE.

 

2. Decorations on traditional accessories (steel, gold, silver, other metals):

2.1. Neck chain with the pendant or the token;

2.2. Bracelet;

2.3. Ring;

2.4. Earrings;

2.5. Tiepin;

2.6. Cuff links.

Decorations and traditional accessories contain the following information about the scientist: a) name and surname (or initials); b) the scope of scientific studies (interests); c) scientific degree; d) the Registry logo.

Decorations are placed on traditional accessories using the laser or fine engraving.

The Registry figurant can address the IASHE and order placement of decorations on other accessories. The figurant may also determine or change the look and contents of decorations placed on such items. In this case the IASHE finds and presents the ordered object to the Registry figurant and then uses it to manufacture decorations after the figurant's approval.

The cost of manufacturing decorations on traditional accessories is determined in every specific case depending on the cost of the selected accessories (materials used to manufacture such items), as well as the complexity of their processing.

 

3. Decorations in business, communicative and stylistic accessories

Any business, communicative and stylistic accessories may be used to place decorations on. For this different methods may be used. In particular, the best objects for such placement are cell phones, laptops, tabs, watches, lighters, pens, cell phone covers, keychains etc.

The figurant of the Registry may address the IASHE and order manufacturing of decorations on any items of the above-mentioned category. The figurant may also determine or change the look and contents of decorations placed on such items. In this case the IASHE finds and presents the ordered object to the Registry figurant and then uses it to manufacture decorations after the figurant's approval. The figurant of the Registry may ask to place decorations on objects belonging to him or her. 

Decorations on business, communicative and stylistic accessories contain the following information about the scientist: a) name and surname (or initials); b) the scope of scientific studies (interests); c) scientific degree; d) the Registry logo.

The cost of manufacturing decorations on business, communicative and stylistic accessories is determined in every specific case depending on the cost of the selected objects and the complexity of their processing.

 

4. Decorations on other personal items

At discretion of the Registry figurant decorations may be placed on any objects of everyday use. For example: clothes, bags, backpacks, wallets etc.

The IASHE finds and presents the ordered object to the Registry figurant and then uses it to manufacture decorations after the figurant's approval. The figurant of the Registry may ask to place decorations on objects belonging to him or her. 

Decorations are placed on objects using the modern methods of processing of corresponding materials.

The cost of manufacturing decorations on personal items is determined in every specific case depending on the cost of the selected objects and the complexity of their processing.