Important Information for Chemistry Students
Updated on Oktober 21, 2020
The University has taken further measures to protect students and staff.
The university provides information about these on the Corona information portal:
Office hours of the examination office:
The examination office will not offer any office hours for personal inquiries effective immediately. Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with your inquiry. While every e-mail and inquiry is important to us, the response time might be longer than usual due to the current coronavirus situation.
How to submit a thesis to the examination office
Effective immediately (and until further notice) master's thesis and bachelor's thesis have to be submitted to the chemistry examination office by e-mail before the submission deadline to email@example.com in a PDF file format (max. 20 MB). In the event that a single PDF would exceed this file size, students may send separate e-mails and distribute the thesis across several PDFs.
You must use your official university e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) for submission of your thesis to the examination office. E-mails sent from other providers (google, yahoo, etc.) or unknown accounts will not be considered.
How to apply for a submission deadline extension for ongoing master's and bachelor's thesis work
If your experimental work in a research group in the Department of Chemistry and Biology is affected by the temporary closure of the laboratory, you may ask for an extension of the submission deadline. Please get permission of your supervisor to do so including an estimated laboratory closure time (number of weeks) and send his/her confirmation and your request for a deadline extension in one e-mail to email@example.com AND firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to register future master's thesis and bachelor thesis's work in the upcoming weeks
Thesis topics can be registered with the examination office by e-mail to email@example.com using the thesis registration form.
Please talk to your prospective supervisor about the situation and the possibility to perform theoretical work and/or laboratory work.
Please make use of the University's and departmental services by e-mail or regular mail.
Also, please refer to the University's recommendations on travelling to risk areas, the case of infection and suspected cases.