Department of Biology

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as at: 12/01/2023

 

Basic module chemistry oral examination

The examination of the basic module chemistry is open for registration now. Please sign in the respective ILIAS course "NANO Basic module chemistry oral examination" and choose your preferred second examinor. Deadline will be February 10th, 2023. The exams are planned at the end of march and the schedule will be published in the ILIAS course.

 

Masterseminar

The next dates' announcement (17/01/2023) can be found here.

 

Nano-Day at 28/10/2022

The schedule of the Nanoscience alumni celebration ("Nano-Day") at 28/10/2022 can be found here. Beginning is at 4 p.m. in the lecture hall N2.

 

Clarification on Master thesis registration

You are allowed to register your Master thesis when you have finished the modules M1 to M8 (confirmed via transcript). Before starting your Master theses you have to register using the registration sheet at Dr. Schrenk. The registration of an already running Master thesis is not possible. So please follow the general istructions below:

- first finishing modules M1 - M8

- then registration of your Master thesis

- then starting the Master thesis

Further questions on that answers Dr. Schrenk.

 

Data analysis with statistics

The lecture "Data analysis with statistics" (Module "Master seminar") will be held as a bloch event before start of lecture time at 10/10/2022 - 14/10/2022, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day. Registration will be in ILIAS. We strongly recommend participation in the 1st year. Please not: Date entries in ALMA are not correct in this case! For questions please contact Dr. Anita Jannasch.

 

Information for winter term beginners

Starting winter term 2022, some starting events for our nanoscience programs are planned:

- B.Sc.: Monday, 17/10/2022, 8.15 a.m., lecture hall N11, Dr. Jannasch (in Gemran)

- M.Sc.: Monday, 17/10/2022, 12.15 p.m., lecture hall N8, Dr. Schrenk (in English)

Important: Many lectures have a registration process with deadlines. These deadlines can be dated before the regular start. Therefore please check the information on the lectures in ALMA. Some registrations might be via ILIAS.

 

Important information on Focus module physics

Grades in Focus Module A and B will be sent directly to the examination office. Grades of lectures belonging to Focus Module C and grades of the lab  module D will be sent to Prof. Oettel (no additional certificate needed). All final confirmations in the Focus Module form will be made by Prof. Oettel or apl Prof. Hans-Joachim Schöpe.