- 1973 - 1993 Professional activity in the framework of Swiss Protestant Churches
- 1976 Doctoral exams at Neuchâtel University, CH
- 1986 Doctoral degree with the thesis Le Christ et la Création dans l’Evangile selon saint Jean – Etude œcuménique de l’exégèse contemporaine et de ses fondements dogmatiques – Apports protestants et orthodoxes (qualification: exceptional) at the Orthodox Theological Institute of University Level, Bucharest, RO
- 1987 - 1989 “Tenens locum” (part-time) of the Chair of “Konfessionskunde”, Heidelberg University, D
- 1988 Lecturer (named member of the teaching corps), Basle University, CH
- 1989 - 1994 Researcher and invited professor, Fribourg University, CH
- 1994 “Academic Prize Jean-Louis Leuba” for the monography Prophet und Bischof. Huldrych Zwinglis Amtsverständnis im Rahmen der Zürcher Reformation, at Fribourg University, CH
- 1994 - Associated Professor, University of Bucharest, RO
- 1995 - Full Professor, University of Bucharest (domains: theology, human sciences)
- 1999 - Chairholder UNESCO Chair on the Study of Inter-cultural and Inter-religious Exchanges, University of Bucharest, RO
- 2000 - Supervisor of doctoral theses
- 2001 - Professor of research, Fribourg University, CH
- 2001 - Coordinator of the international UNITWIN/UNESCO Network of the Chairs on inter-religious dialogue for intercultural understanding
- 2002 - Honorary member of the Institute of Philosophy within the Romanian Academy, Bucharest, RO
- 2002 - Director of the Department-UNESCO Chair on the Study of Inter-cultural and Inter-religious Exchanges, University of Bucharest, RO
- 2008 - 2013 Quality accreditation of the 3 master programs of the Department UNESCO Chair (accreditation prepared by assistant Lilian Ciachir)
- 2010 - Associated researcher at the Institute of Sociology, Romanian Academy, Bucharest, RO
Member or former member in numerous international or national commissions working for and about cultural, political and religious ties or interferences between the different parts of Europe.
Coordinator or member of international research projects.
Long lasting experience within Eastern Europe (since 1968).
Conferences and lectures given or to be given at different places and at different Universities throughout Europe and beyond.