handbook on the technische universität berlin information for newly appointed professors
| 2 | handbook for newly appointed professors dear colleagues, welcome to the technische universität berlin! i am delighted that you have joined us as a new member of the university teaching staff. with around 35,000 students, 100 study programs and 40 institutes, tu berlin is a large organization of international renown – and a great place to work. we pride ourselves on our excellent performance in research and teaching, a proven track record in producing high-caliber graduates and a mod- ern administration that is dedicated to offering the very best service. you can look forward to exciting research and teaching activities that will give you the opportunity to make your own contribution to the university. it‹s not always easy at the start to work your way through the various administrative processes and procedures at tu berlin. so to help you find your feet, we have put together this hand- book. it gives you an overview of the structures and workflows at tu berlin, answers some frequently asked questions and pro- vides contact details if you need further information. i wish all the best for your start at tu berlin and hope that you settle in well both at work and at home, and that you enjoy your time in the german capital. yours, prof. dr. christian thomsen president of the technischen universität berlin
contents | 3 | contents 5 6 7 10 12 14 structure of tu berlin executive board faculties and central institutes institutes and centers central university administration committees faqs on work processes and admin 19 20 getting started 25 26 28 human resources research teaching 31 32 33 services for staff introduction to tu berlin selected service units 45 around campus 50 map of the charlottenburg campus 52 map of the wedding campus 53 index 54 publication details please note with quick access you can go directly to a specific page on the tu ber- lin website (www.tu-berlin.de). just enter the relevant code in the box in the right-hand column of any tu berlin webpage. in this handbook, quick access codes are preceded by the following symbol: q this handbook is also available in german: q 118581 may 2018
structure of tu berlin
| 6 | handbook for newly appointed professors executive board president prof. dr. christian thomsen professor of physics dr. christian thomsen became president of the technische universität berlin in april 2014. he holds the poli- cy-making power on the executive board, the university’s governing body. he represents the university and is responsible for the smooth running of all university proceedings. within the guidelines set by the executive board, the vice presidents and the chancellor indepen- dently manage their areas of responsibility. the president‹s term of service is four years. vice president prof. dr.-ing. christine ahrend as 1st vice president, transport planning expert prof. dr.-ing. chris- tine ahrend represents the president. her areas of responsibility in- clude research, appointment strategy, and knowledge and technol- ogy transfer. she also supervises the center for electron microscopy (zelmi). vice president prof. dr. hans-ulrich heiß professor of computer science prof. dr. hans-ulrich heiss is respon- sible for matters of education, digitisation and sustainability. he also supervises the center for academic training and cooperation (zewk). vice president prof. dr. angela ittel professor of educational psychology dr. angela ittel is concerned with the areas of strategic development, junior scholars, and teacher education. strategic development includes collaborative research, international relations, diversity and equality. she also supervises the modern language center (zems), the language and cultural ex- change (skb) and the center for technology and society (cts), as well as the central institute el gouna. chancellor dr. mathias neukirchen vice president for administration dr. mathias neukirchen is a mem- ber of the executive board, director of the central university admin- istration and commissioned with the budget. he supervises the de- partments „student services“, „human resources and legal affairs“, „finance“, „buildings and services management“, „research“, and „international affairs“. furthermore, he supervises the university li- brary (ub) and the university sports center (zeh).
structure of tu berlin | 7 | faculties and central institutes faculty i – humanities dean of faculty i prof. dr. hans-christian von herrmann raum mar 6.052 +49 (0)30 314-2 69 83 email@example.com q 71584 head of faculty service center alexander gerberding raum mar 6.053 +49 (0)30 314-2 21 43 firstname.lastname@example.org q 2246 faculty ii – mathematics and natural sciences dean of faculty ii prof. dr. etienne emmrich raum bel 209 +49 (0) 30 314-2 58 18 email@example.com q 2487 head of faculty service center lothar bauch (m.d.w.d.g.b.) raum bel 308 +49 (0)30 314-2 57 26 firstname.lastname@example.org q 176020 faculty iii – process sciences dean of faculty iii prof. dr. stephan drusch raum h 8165 +49 (0)30 314-7 18 19 email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org q 2707
| 8 | handbook for newly appointed professors head of faculty service center dr. ulrike gaebel raum h 8165 +49 (0)30 314-2 27 82 email@example.com q 48309 faculty iv – elektrotechnik und informatik dean of faculty iv prof. dr.-ing. sebastian möller raum tel 18 +49 (0)30 8353 58465 firstname.lastname@example.org q 2013 head of faculty service center berit dannenberg raum mar 6.015 +49 (0)30 314-7 32 11 email@example.com q 2018 faculty v – mechanical engineering and transport systems dean of faculty v prof. dr.-ing. marc kraft raum h 8141 +49 (0)30 314-2 22 05 firstname.lastname@example.org q 2570 head of faculty service center dr.-ing. matthias reyer raum h 8141 +49 (0)30 314-2 22 05 email@example.com q 2530
structure of tu berlin | 9 | faculty vi – planning building environment dean of faculty vi prof. dr. johann köppel raum a 109 +49 (0)30 314-2 18 11 firstname.lastname@example.org q 2628 head of faculty service center christoph roesrath raum a 106 +49 (0)30 314-2 18 15 email@example.com q 2597 faculty vii – economics and management dean of faculty vii prof. dr. frank straube raum h 9105 +49 (0)30 314-2 28 77 firstname.lastname@example.org q 2684 head of faculty service center friederike demmel raum h 3131 +49 (0)30 314-2 16 41 email@example.com q 2676 central institutes el gouna – school of education +49 (0)30 314-75 firstname.lastname@example.org q 136545 +49 (0)30 314-73141 www.setub.tu-berlin.de q 28387
| 10 | handbook for newly appointed professors institutes and centers faculty i faculty ii faculty iii humanities institute of philo- sophy and history of literature, science, and technology mathematics and natural sciences institute of chemistry institute of mathe- matics institute for art history and historical urban studies institute of solid state physics institute of education institute of optics and atomic physics institute of language and communication institute of theo- retical physics process sciences institute of bio- technology institute of energy technology institute of food technology and food chemistry institute of chemical and process enginee- ring center of astronomy and astrophysics institute of environ- mental technology institute of material science and techno- logy institute of vocational education and work studies center for research on antisemitism center for interdisci- plinary women’s and gender studies q 59086 q 2492 q 36
structure of tu berlin | 11 | faculty iv faculty v faculty vi faculty vii economics and management institute of technology and management institute of economics and law institute of business administration planning building environment institute of archi- tecture institute of civil engineering institute of applied geosciences institute of geodesy and geoinformation science institute of land- scape architecture and environmental planning institute of ecology institute of sociology institute of urban and regional planning electrical engineering and computer science mechanical engineering and transport systems institute of energy and automation tech- nology institute of mechanics institute of high- frequency and semiconductor system technologies institute of telecom- munication systems institute of compu- ter engineering and microelectronics institute of software engineering and theoretical computer science institute of com- mercial information technology and quantitative methods center for inter- national and inter- cultural commu- nication institute of fluid dynamics and tech- nical acoustics institute of psycho- logy and ergonomics institute of land and sea transport systems institute of aero- nautics and astro- nautics institute of engi- neering design, and micro and medical technology institute of machine tools and factory management move it center for it in mobility and traffic center of human- machine systems q 115 q 2573 q 2630 q 2686
| 12 | handbook for newly appointed professors central university administration department i student services department ii personnel head: robert nissen head: beate niemann-wieland i dv it team ii t human resources i a office of student affairs ii ab vocational training i b examinations ii r legal section i e student counseling service ii rk travel expenses i f career service ii pe – wb hr development and training ii it it section ii bgm corporate health manage- ment fb family services office dcs dual career service q 5164 q 34948
structure of tu berlin | 13 | department iii finance head: georg borchert iii a finance/management reporting iii b accounting uk university cashier‹s office iii pw human resources allocation department iv buildings and services management head: martin schwacke iv a policy and strategic planning department v research head: barbara stark v a centre for entrepreneurship iv b building construction v b tu-doc office v c research promotion section v d research contracts, licenses and patents v e eu office iv c buildings and services engi- neering iv d contract management iv e space management iv f supplier pool iv g on campus services iv h budget control q 6355 q 5602 q 42088
| 14 | handbook for newly appointed professors committees the berlin institutions of higher education are managed accord- ing to the principles of academic self-administration. the main bodies involved are the faculty boards, the academic senate (as), the extended academic senate (eas), the board of trus- tees (ku) and the executive board. four status groups are repre- sented on all tu berlin committees: professors, academic staff, students, and office and technical staff. contact: ulrike grupe room h 2509 +49 (0)30 314-2 39 86 email@example.com q 18633 the board of trustees’ (ku) tasks include taking decisions on policy, administrative, business, budgetary and financial mat- ters. this covers, in particular, determining the budget, establish- ing, modifying and dissolving faculties and other organizational units, electing the chancellor and issuing administrative regula- tions on hr and hr management. the academic senate’s (as) tasks include helping establish or- ganizational units; setting up study programs, issuing statutes; formulating general guidelines for teaching, study and exami- nations; making statements on degree and examination regula- tions and on professorial appointment proposals; coordinating the work of the faculties; and adopting university development and procurement plans, guidelines on equal opportunities for women, and rules on the use of university facilities. the aca- demic senate has set up standing committees to provide it with advice and support. contact: ute meiner room h 1037 +49 (0)30 314-2 25 01 firstname.lastname@example.org q 18635
structure of tu berlin | 15 | the structural commission (sk) is one of the standing com- mittees at tu berlin. it advises the academic senate and the president on structural, development and research plans and on support for young researchers. the sk’s tasks include contribut- ing to the university’s medium- and long-term plans; producing university structure and equipment plans; giving opinions on ap- plications for allocation of funds, on faculty development plans, on establishing, modifying and dissolving organizational units, on tu applications for internal research funding, on applica- tions for third-party funding for collaborative research centers and research training groups, on cooperation agreements with research institutions outside the university, and on concept pa- pers and applications for support for junior researchers. the teaching committee (lsk) is one of the standing commit- tees at tu berlin. it advises the academic senate and the presi- dent. the teaching committee’s main tasks include giving opinions on setting up and discontinuing study programs, on new and modified degree and examination regulations, and on funding program reform projects and project/innovation workshops. it also deals with key issues concerning teaching and learning, e.g. bachelor’s and master’s programs, guidelines on program devel- opment, and criteria for teaching performance-based distribu- tion of funds. contact: office of the structural committee room h 2510 +49 (0)30 314-2 39 87 email@example.com q 18829 contact: marcel krone room h 2512 +49 (0)30 314-2 39 88 firstname.lastname@example.org q 18854
| 16 | handbook for newly appointed professors contact: chair: gabriele wendorf room hbs 515 +49 (0)30 314-2 78 05 gabriele.wendorf@ tu-berlin.de office: marianne walther von loebenstein room car 120 +49 (0)30 314-2 88 88 nachhaltigkeitsrat@tu- berlin.de q 174565 contact: hans-joachim sorgatz room h 1040 +49 (0)30 314-2 28 03 hans-joachim.sorgatz@ tu-berlin.de q 18632 contact: the dean of your faculty the tu berlin council for sustainable development was estab- lished as a standing committee of the academic senate in order to develop a collective approach and understanding of sustain- able development at our university. it is a platform for motivated university members to voice their ideas. by engaging with the is- sues and challenges posed by sustainable development and set- ting up a council of this kind, tu berlin is in a strong position to build its profile both within and beyond the university. members are encouraged to get involved at numerous levels. the tasks of the extended academic senate (eas) include elect- ing the president and the vice presidents, making resolutions concerning the university charter, discussing the annual report of the president, and making statements regarding key policy is- sues. the faculty board (fkr) is the faculty’s main decision-making body and ultimately responsible for all faculty tasks. these in- clude, in particular, issuing statutes (such as regulations on ex- aminations, doctorates and habilitations), ensuring that cours- es and examinations are conducted correctly, coordinating research, making proposals for professorial appointments, habil- itations, allocating staff and resources, and submitting proposals for central staff appointments.
structure of tu berlin | 17 | contact: the executive director of your institute the institute council (ir) is the highest body in each institute. it is responsible at institute level for evaluating teaching, structur- ing teaching programs and courses, filling positions and allocat- ing resources. contact: gerald weberling room h 2507 +49 (0)30 314-2 25 32 gerald.weberling.@tu-berlin.de q 19042 if you would like to be involved in one of the tu berlin com- mittees, you can put yourself forward as a candidate within the professor status group. please get in touch with the electoral of- fice in the section on matters of academic self-administration.
faqs on work processes and admin
| 20 | handbook for newly appointed professors getting started how do i get my tub user account? before you took up your position, you were contacted by our it service center (tubit) in order to set up a temporary tu berlin user account online. as well as giving you access to the tub por- tal, the user account also includes an email account and online storage. this temporary user account is initially set to expire af- ter six months and has limited functionality. to make the account permanent and activate all the other functions, you need to con- tact your faculty service center when you start work (usually the day of your appointment) so that they can send a confirmation of start of employment to your human resources team. as soon as the start of your employment has been entered into the hr data- base, your user account is made permanent and your university id card is printed. tubit sends your card to your internal address at tub. in addition, the roles associated with your position as a professor will be assigned to your account.. card issuing point in the tubit office: room e-n 024 +49 (0)30 314-2 80 00 opening times: monday to friday, 8am to 6pm. during the semester break: monday to friday: 10am to 6pm contact: tubit michaela müller-klang room e-n 051 +49 (0)30 314-2 98 36 michaela.mueller-klang@ tu-berlin.de q 53040 contact: tubit michaela müller-klang room e-n 051 +49 (0)30 314-2 98 36 michaela.mueller-klang@ tu-berlin.de q 128336 how does the role management system work at tu berlin? when you register on the tub system, you are automatically as- signed certain tu berlin business roles. these roles give you ac- cess rights for specific applications, e.g. superx, linf, and the op- tion to register examinations. your business role as a professor also enables you to assign roles and access rights to other mem- bers of staff and to manage it resources at your institute. you can also transfer individual roles assigned to you to others acting on your behalf at any time.
faqs – on work processes and admin | 21 | contact: finance carsten pippke room h 8106 +49 (0)30 314-2 83 34 email@example.com q 44853 how do i obtain authorization to place orders and carry out business management functions? after you have started work, you need to apply to section iii b in finance for authorization to place orders and carry out business management functions. the authorization gives you the right to enter into contracts and place orders (legal power of representa- tion according to german law). you can find the application and an information sheet at q 44853. contact: finance britta jakob room h 8131 +49 (0)30 314-2 28 69 firstname.lastname@example.org q 57863 how do i manage the resources agreed upon when i was offered the appointment? there are different procedures for providing and paying for re- sources, depending on what was agreed in the appointment of- fer. for clarification or to discuss general questions about budget management, get in touch with the staff member with responsi- bility in finance. what is superx and how does it work? the superx application gives you a multi-dimensional overview of hr and resource flows. it provides information and figures from various administrative it systems to help you with manage- ment tasks. you can retrieve information on the following areas: – human resources – finances – costing – students this is available at any aggregation level, for the current day, a specific date in the past or for a time series. using flexible que- ries, you can export reports to excel and continue to work on them. this provides you with a firm basis for planning and man- agement tasks. your tubit account needs to have been activated in order for you to be able to use superx. as a head of chair, you are automat- ically given access to the superx application through the role management system on the tub portal. contact: finance sigrun eickmeyer room h 8126 +49 (0)30 314-2 12 94 email@example.com q 30772
| 22 | handbook for newly appointed professors what is the linf system and how does it work? the linf system measures performance in research and teach- ing. it provides a record of annual performance figures in your chair. the data recorded has an impact on your salary – through special salary increments. it is also used to help calculate the budget allocated to the faculties as well as the allocation of funds within the faculties. as a head of chair, you are automatically given access to the linf application through the role management system on the tub portal. for more detailed information about the parameters to be entered, contact finance. how do i request building work? reporting minor defects and carrying out minor renovations please go to the mailbox of the central workshop to report building issues (e.g. broken windows or doors, faulty light switches) or make requests for minor renovations (e.g. painting a wall, installing an interior sunscreen, installing an extra data socket). central workshop mailbox: https://cafmweb.tu-berlin.de/cafm/am_servicebriefkasten major building alterations as part of your appointment process, you identified your build- ing needs in consultation with the head of the faculty service center and space management. these needs were assessed by department iv – buildings and services management in terms of costs and technical considerations and the results were included in the written confirmation you received about material and hu- man resources. if after taking up your position you have a compelling reason for carrying out further structural alterations or you would like to repurpose an area or install new large appliances, please proceed as follows: 1. write a description of the work to be done. what do you have in mind? (e.g. repurposing a room, changing the floor plan, general renovation work, wiring in more electric sockets, in- stalling additional materials needed in your subject area, etc.) 2. get in touch with your faculty service center and at the same time with team iv e space management 3. joint inspection of the area in question by team iv e and, contact: finance sigrun eickmeyer room h 8126 +49 (0)30 314-2 12 94 firstname.lastname@example.org q 45531 contact: supplier pool frank hoffmann gebäude zws – zentralwerk- statt, müller-breslau-straße 49 +49 (0)303 14-7 68 01 email@example.com contact: space management rainer müller room h 2546 +49 (0)30 314-2 91 25 firstname.lastname@example.org q 10500
faqs – on work processes and admin | 23 | where appropriate, members of team iv b building construc- tion and team iv c technology 4. assessment of technical feasibility and estimation of costs by team iv b building construction and team iv c technology 5. decision on finances (e.g. costs covered or shared by your chair, institute or faculty) 6. detailed planning involving you or someone you nominate to represent you 7. call for tenders, awarding of contract and implementation of works by team iv b building construction and team iv c tech- nology 8. handover of the renovated areas to your chair what are salary supplements for offices held? full-time and part-time members of university leadership and self-administration receive salary supplements based on the of- fices they hold. these supplements are paid for the period during which you hold this office. contact your hr team for information on the offices and supplement levels involved. salary supplements based on offices held can also be earned for performing specific functions that have been assigned to a pro- fessor as an official task. how do i receive a research or teaching salary supplement? professors who acquire funding from private third parties for tu berlin research or teaching projects can receive a pay supple- ment from these funds. the funding source must have agreed to funds being used specifically for this purpose and an application (no set format) must be submitted to the president via the dean. the president decides on the application. contact: your hr team q 142362 contact: your hr team q 142362
| 24 | handbook for newly appointed professors how do i receive government sickness benefit? generally, if you become ill, you are entitled to financial support from the government to cover certain medical costs. for civil servants, this kind of government benefit is known as beihilfe and takes the form of full or partial reimbursement for costs in- curred. it can be obtained by applying to the responsible depart- ment (beihilfestelle) at the administrative office of the state of berlin (address: lvwa berlin, geschz. vb b, fehrbelliner platz 1, 10707 berlin). this department will then arrange for the ap- propriate reimbursement to be made. for the relevant forms, in- formation sheets and faqs, go to the following webpage http:// www.berlin.de/landesverwaltungsamt/beihilfe/index. html. to receive government sickness benefit, your application must include a list of expenses and copies of the invoices. generally, you will need to send the originals to your private health insur- ance company. please note that the invoice cannot be more than one year old when submitted to the state administrative office; otherwise it will not be eligible for reimbursement. for more information on the procedure for government sickness benefit, contact the hr team with responsibility for your faculty. contact: your hr team q 142362 contact: on campus service achim brassat room h 1002e +49 (0)30 314-2 94 29 email@example.com where and how do i apply for a parking permit? to use the parking spaces on campus, you must apply for a park- ing permit for your vehicle. you can find the relevant application form at q 60245. please submit this to team iv g – on campus services. you can also find other parking options around the campus.
faqs – on work processes and admin | 25 | research contact: research support service eve möckel room fh 713 +49 (0)30 314-2 53 89 firstname.lastname@example.org how do i transfer my ongoing research projects to tu berlin? the procedure for transferring existing research projects to tu berlin differs from case to case. this is why the research de- partment offers individual advice as early as the appointment negotiation stage. eu office silke hönert room fh 605 +49 (0)30 314-7 99 73 email@example.com q 129571 contact: funding advice (esp. collaborative projects) dr. robert spät room fh 710 tel. +49 (0)30 314-2 53 46 firstname.lastname@example.org q 67446 what internal research funding options does tu berlin offer? tu berlin supports and funds the activities of its researchers through a flexible range of internal research funding instruments. newly appointed professors might be particularly interested in internal funding available to help with the initial acquisition of third party funding and with initiating collaborative projects. for more information on internal research funding instruments, visit the webpage via the quick access code on the left. the research department also offers individual advice on what kind of funding is suitable for which research project and what documents you will need for the application. dagmar otto room fh 733 +49 (0)30 314-2 95 76 email@example.com q 65602 where can i get advice on applying for third-party funding? the research section (v c) provides information, advice and support on all issues related to research funding and applying for third-party funds. the eu office (section v e) can answer any questions you have about projects financed under a european funding program. the eu office (section v e) can answer any questions you have about projects financed under a european funding program. contact: eu office dr. silke köster-riemann room fh 606 +49 (0)30 314-2 13 70 firstname.lastname@example.org q 136296
| 26 | handbook for newly appointed professors teaching where can i get support with the modules i’m teaching? if you have any questions about your modules, the advisers for study programs and teaching in your faculty are your first port of call. these advisers liaise between teaching staff and offices within the faculty (e.g. academic advising, faculty board, teach- ing committees, examination boards, deans of studies) and out- side the faculty (examination office, enrollment office, teaching committee, etc.). what is innocampus? innocampus is a competency center for university systems. for tu berlin, its tasks include running the central e-learning plat- form isis (moodle), the course calendar his lsf, the moses plat- form for optimized planning of tutorials, course and examination dates (developed in-house) and the student portal mydesk (de- veloped in-house). innocampus develops and runs innovative e-learning offerings: lecture and seminar recordings (unicam), a remote farm (remote physics experiments, used in physics for engineers), an online physics bridge course (in development), a new nationwide online math bridge course (in cooperation with vemint). innocampus is also helping develop software to as- sist teachers in producing their own online courses and material, as well as subsequent evaluation and analysis (learning analyt- ics). since 2012, the introduction of a new program for managing studies and teaching (student lifecycle management or slm) has also been a focus. how do i book rooms for courses and enter them in the course calendar? you can enter dates, times and venues for lectures and seminars in your moses account. once all information has been entered, an optimization algorithm calculates a course timetable for stu- dents that contains no overlaps and which takes into account the needs of lecturers as far as possible. the deadline for entering your data is about six months before the start of semester. if you are announcing a course and booking a venue at short notice, enter the details yourself into the lsf (the system that generates contact: via your faculty service center contact: innocampus-team www.innocampus.tu-berlin.de contact: lsf-team email@example.com q 80594
faqs – on work processes and admin | 27 | innocampus course coordination lehrveranstaltung@ innocampus.tu-berlin.de the course calendar), including the institutions and people in- volved and any further information; you also need to book rooms yourself in the lsf. to enter your courses in your moses account for optimized course scheduling, please contact the innocampus team. how do i make course content available to my students? isis (information system for instructors and students) is the tu berlin version of moodle, an open source learning platform. it is open to you and your students to use. for each course, you can upload and share lecture notes, homework and tests. you can also set up discussion forums where people can exchange ideas. you are responsible for the design of the course platform. the center for scientific continuing education and cooperation (zewk) offers a training course. q 49430 if you have any technical queries on using isis, please get in touch with the isis management office. how do i make my lecture available as an online video? unicam is an innocampus service that enables you to upload your lecture or seminar as a video online. the lecture is recorded in full hd and stored on the tu video server. you can also link the video to isis and limit the user group to those with a tubit login. how do i register examinations? generally students must register for all examinations before they carry out their first piece of graded work. registration for electives and additional modules is always via the relevant ex- amination team. you are responsible for activating module ex- aminations and setting the examination date and the start and end date for registration in the electronic registration system qispos. the examiners’handbook (q 66086) provides detailed information on what you need to do. registration deadlines for examinations depend on the type of examination. to find out about the various types of examination, see the most recent version of the university’s regulations governing general degree and examination procedures (allgstupo), which you can download at q 75846. further information can be found in the information sheet han- contact: isis-team +49 (0)30 314-2 20 42 firstname.lastname@example.org www.isis.tu-berlin.de contact: videotutor oliver ziegler room: e121 email@example.com 49 (0)30 314-2 99 36 www.innocampus.tu-berlin. de/projekte/unicam/ contact: referat prüfungen jana weber room h 37 +49 (0)30 314-2 21 14 firstname.lastname@example.org q 9368
| 28 | handbook for newly appointed professors dreichung (german only) provided by the examinations section (i b) at q 66086. the hr development and training section also offers a regular course on qispos. q 49498 who do i contact in the examinations section for which study program? the examinations section (i b) is divided into five examination teams. to find out which team is responsible for which program, go to the examinations section’s webpage. q 22397 human resources who can help me with the appointment of new staff? there are often a lot of questions that arise when employing stu- dent assistants and new staff, whether it’s for positions financed through the budget or through third party funding. do i have to advertise the position? do i need a description of the area of responsibility (bak)? who releases the funds? who else should i involve in the hiring process? experienced colleagues will help you answer these questions. start by speaking to the executive director of your institute. you will also receive considerable support from the head of your fac- ulty service center. for more information on the hiring proce- dure, contact the hr team responsible for your faculty. how do i transfer staff that i want to bring with me from another university? generally you can only hire a member of staff from your previous appointment if they have been named in the appointment offer. to avoid any financial or personal disadvantage for the person in question when they transfer to tu berlin, it is essential that you contact the hr team responsible for your faculty before the person is hired. contact: your hr team q 142362 contact: your hr team q 142362
faqs – on work processes and admin | 29 | contact: hr management marina beimling room h 2114 +49 (0)30 314-2 83 13 marina.beimling@ tu-berlin.de q 6339 what is a bak and who can help me draft one? do you want to advertise a completely new position? or have the tasks and responsibilities of an existing position changed? first of all you must evaluate the tasks involved. this involves writing a description of tasks (bak). our staff in hr manage- ment can help you with this. you do not need to write a bak for e13 teaching and research as- sistant positions. you can find bak forms and templates at q 6339. contact: prof. christiane ahrend room h 1025 +49 (0)30 314-2 24 33 email@example.com q 145101 i have a question that is not answered in this handbook. who can i ask? if you have further questions or are having trouble with a par- ticular procedure, get in touch with your faculty service center or the office of the vice president for research, appointment strategy, knowledge & technology transfer. they are on hand to provide you with support. we would also be grateful for any sug- gestions you have for questions and answers that should be in- cluded in the next edition of this handbook.
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| 32 | handbook for newly appointed professors introduction to tu berlin to make your start at tu berlin easier, the various units and sec- tions will contact you with details of the services they offer. you will be invited to special introductory events on research, study programs and teaching. various tu berlin service units also offer personal consultations where they introduce you to their teams and offer services tailored to your needs. research department v – research holds an introductory event for newly appointed professors where it presents its wide range of services and the work of its various sections. it is also an opportunity for you to meet colleagues and discuss your research projects and funding options. the event is held toward the end of the year. the research section also offers a personal consultation to dis- cuss your needs with regards to research applications and man- aging third party funding. contact: barbara stark room fh 704 49 (0)30 314-–2 28 65 firstname.lastname@example.org q 129571 study programs and teaching contact: christiane lünskens room h 1556 +49 (0)30 314-2 40 40 christiane.luenskens@ tu-berlin.de q 112181 prof. hans-ulrich heiß, vice president for education, hosts a workshop on studies and teaching for newly appointed profes- sors. this introduces you to tu berlin’s understanding of study pro- grams and teaching and the direction the university wants to take in the future. the workshop helps you get off to a good start by providing you with practical advice on your first few weeks and a list of the most important contacts for studies and teach- ing.
services – for staff | 33 | selected service units medical service contact: kerstin ehrhardt dr. reinhard pels leusden room h 7128 +49 (0)30 314-2 50 80 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org q 27675 the medical service is responsible for providing advice on oc- cupational health and safety. it provides staff with detailed in- formation on first aid, ergonomic workstations, preventive occu- pational health measures, vaccinations and travel, and maternity leave. other areas of activity include designing work processes and procedures, contributing to workplace health promotion and rehabilitation after illness. workplace health management contact: janina zinke room h 8121 49 (0)30 314-2 24 92 email@example.com q 161654 the workplace health management section organizes and co- ordinates workplace health promotion and occupational reha- bilitation management measures at tu berlin. through occu- pational rehabilitation management, staff are given advice on returning to work and maintaining their health after an extended period of illness. this can include restructuring their tasks or progressive reinte- gration according to the hamburg model. centre for entrepreneurship the start-up service at the centre for entrepreneurship (cfe) provides support and guidance on any questions you may have about entrepreneurship or start-up projects that you or your staff are developing. the initial consultation takes the form of an innovation meeting where we give you an overview of the rel- evant knowledge and technology transfer issues and put you in touch with tu berlin experts. in a technology screening work- shop (›product propeller’), we help you develop an understand- ing of the potential market impact of your research findings. get in touch with us – we’d be delighted to support you in any phase of your start-up, from early development of the initial idea to the finished business plan. we can provide help and guidance on facilities, consultation and funding. contact: dr. florian hoos am-building +49 (0)30 314-21 4 56 firstname.lastname@example.org q 120529
| 34 | handbook for newly appointed professors data protection specialist tu berlin is committed to protecting personal data in accord- ance with the berlin data protection act (blndsg). obligations that are particularly relevant to you are set out in blndsg section 19 (obligation to create file descriptions for au- tomated data processing) and section 3 (obligation to inform the berlin data protection officer where data is processed by a supplier). tu berlin’s data protection specialist can answer your questions about the legal implications of data processing and provides you with support in carrying out your work in accord- ance with data protection law, for instance, by checking ques- tionnaires and advising on the introduction of new it processes. contact: annette hiller room h 1017 +49 (0)30 314-2 17 84 annette.freifrauhillervon email@example.com q 18825 dual career service contact: juliane hanisch-berndt room h 1111a +49 (0)30 314-7 58 71 service@dualcareer. tu-berlin.de q 118581 the dual career service (dcs) was set up to help attract top tal- ent for science and academia. as soon as professors have been appointed, they and their families receive support in making the move to berlin and are sent information on accommodation, childcare and the school system. partners can also receive advice on career options and are put in touch with potential employers in the region. tu-doc office the tu-doc office coordinates tu berlin’s support activities for emerging researchers and brings together relevant information on financing, points of contact and training opportunities. it of- fers individual consultations and can support you in applying for research training groups funded by the german research foun- dation (dfg) and similar programs. contact: johannes moes/ susanne teichmann room fh 602/603 +49 (0)30 314-2 962 2/ -2 59 08 firstname.lastname@example.org q 57719
services – for staff | 35 | contact: family services office room h 1111 +49 (0)30 314-2 56 93 email@example.com www.facebook.com/ tub.familien q 64533 family services office tu berlin has been certified as a family-friendly university since 2008 and aims to help tu staff achieve a better balance between work/study and family commitments. these activities are coordinated by the family services office. the office also provides information and advice on questions re- lating to family, caring for relatives, childcare and family-friendli- ness in applications for third-party funding. the family services office also gives you and your staff practical assistance in bal- ancing work and family by delivering services such as childcare during lectures and seminars, parent-child rooms and the family activity day. training institutions contact: dr. monika rummler room fh 1002 +49 (0)30 314-2 64 51 firstname.lastname@example.org q 44642 the tu berlin center for scientific continuing education and cooperation (zewk) offers an extensive training program in- cluding courses (seminars, coaching, etc.) for academics and re- searchers focusing on university teaching (including e-learning), research management, academic communication and work and management techniques. the human resources development and training section (ii pe-wb) runs the leadership in academia seminar program spe- cifically designed for professors. it covers topics such as strategy development and how to build a leadership culture. alongside numerous other hr develop- ment measures, the section also runs a wide-ranging train- ing program for all tu berlin employees, leadership and junior management staff. these training sessions address a number of leadership topics and are of course also open to professors. the general leadership program covers areas such as conflict man- agement, staff motivation, communication, health and the legal framework. there are also seminars and workshops designed for specific target groups, such as leadership as well as individual support, such as coaching, team building and conflict mediation. contact: heike wieland room h 2139 +49 (0)30 314-2 57 18 email@example.com q 20315
| 36 | handbook for newly appointed professors the executive board of tu berlin, in close collaboration with the center for scientific continuing education and coopera- tion (zewk) and human resources and continuing education (pe-wb), has developed the program neuberufen@tub i profes- sionell lehren, forschen, führen! – specially designed for the chal- lenges you as a newly-appointed professor face in terms of teach- ing, research and management. this special program includes a welcome workshop introducing the ideas of good teaching, research and management, the chance to take part in personal orientation talks and a series of work- shops dealing with the themes of teaching, research and manage- ment. each of these respective basic modules provides you with a compact insight into the culture of teaching/study, research and management within tu berlin. thereafter you can choose, accord- ing to your personal interests, two or three secondary courses from the program. additionally the program seeks to foster a col- legial exchange of ideas through moderated discussions concern- ing practice, classroom visits and a mentoring program. contact: heike wieland room h 2139 +49 (0)30 314-2 57 18 firstname.lastname@example.org q 20315 contact: prof. dr. annette mayer room fh 1023 +49 (0)30 314-2 35 30 email@example.com q 191885 contact: martina mörth room fh 424 +49 (0)30 314-2 88 34 martina.moerth@ tu-berlin.de www.bzhl.tu-berlin.de in addition to a comprehensive workshop program, the berlin centre for higher education (bzhl) offers services targeted specifically at newly appointed professors. this is an opportunity to further develop teaching skills by exchanging ideas and expe- riences with lecturers from other universities and institutions of higher education, through teaching placements and individual coaching. you can also obtain the berlin certificate for teaching in higher education. occupational health and safety services and environmental protection (sdu) contact: marianne walther von loebenstein room car 120 +49 (0)30 314-2 25 31 marianne.walther@ tu-berlin.de q 5394 the safety specialists and environmental officers in the sdu can answer any questions you have about occupational safety and health protection, environmental protection, and fire and radia- tion protection in your faculty chair. as a manager, you are of- ficially responsible for occupational safety and environmental protection. to help you meet the obligations this entails, you can draw on the advice and extensive materials provided by the sdu, for example regarding risk assessment and training. the sdu will give you more information on this service in a personal consulta- tion during your first few months at tu berlin.
services – for staff | 37 | tu berlin counseling service contact: bettina meyer room h 7137 +49 (0)30 314-2 40 91 firstname.lastname@example.org q 11128 the counseling service offers you and your staff consultations and support with personal and job-related problems and con- cerns. by talking to our staff, you will be able to develop solu- tions specific to your situation. all consultations are free of charge and confidential in accord- ance with section 203 of the german penal code (stgb). international affairs contact: q 177390 the office of international affairs was launched in october 2016 with the aim of providing a key contact for all international mat- ters. the office is divided into four teams, ensuring that all target groups are provided with advice and support: the scientific cooperation and strategic partnerships section oversees and supports: – scientific and academic cooperation projects between the technische universität berlin and partners around the world. – international activities of tu berlin professors – international visiting researchers the student mobility and international students section over- sees and supports: – student mobility programs from contract development to fi- nancing – tu students who are planning to study abroad – international exchange students and international full-time students who are pursuing a degree at tu berlin the international projects section coordinates various erasmus mundus projects and is the contact for: – scholarship holders and those interested in applying for schol- arships at all levels (students, phd, postdoc, staff) – tu berlin staff who supervise scholarship holders the university preparatory college offers: – an assessment test for international degree applicants whose university entrance qualification does not directly entitle them to enroll on a program
| 38 | handbook for newly appointed professors – preparatory course for students with a recognized university entrance qualification but insufficient language skills – stem language courses for refugees contact: evelina skurski room h 2034 +49 (0)30 314-2 42 67 email@example.com q 148598 scientific cooperation and strategic partnerships the scientific cooperation and strategic partnerships section in the office of international affairs supports you with your inter- national activities, whether you’re initiating a new partnership, finalizing a cooperation agreement, looking at funding options, hosting visiting researchers or wanting to go abroad yourself. contact: ulrike schmidtberg room h 1106 +49 (0)30 314-2 94 43 ulrike.schmidtberg@ tu-berlin.de q 110577 institutional cooperation office the institutional cooperation office provides advice and sup- port on initiating strategic partnerships with academic institu- tions and private firms, including tu berlin investments in legal- ly independent businesses, agreements on joint appointments, funding professorships (e.g. for foundations) and recognizing a partner as an affiliated institute of tu berlin. press, public relations and alumni office the press, public relations and alumni office organizes the uni- versity’s central public relations work. it produces 300 press re- leases each year, publishes the university newspaper tu-intern, coordinates press interviews and is responsible for the news sec- tion on www.tu-berlin.de. the office is also responsible for organizing large events such as the long night of the sciences, the queen’s lecture and the new year’s reception. it is your first port of call when marketing your research projects and can advise you on communications. contact: stefanie terp room h 1004 +49 (0)30 314-2 39 22 firstname.lastname@example.org q 157
services – for staff | 39 | tubit – it-service-center tubit is tasked with providing general it services and supporting you in your daily work. a selection of services: tub portal you can log in to the tub portal using your personal tubit ac- count. the portal enables you to change your password or ad- dress, view contract information and notifications, manage your institution’s networks, assign email addresses and mailing lists, enter your courses in the course calendar, purchase software at low prices, order hardware, etc. mobile tan and tan list to be able to use protected applications, you need a tan list. you are given this when your account is activated. you can switch from using the tan list to mobile tan (mtan), where tan num- bers are sent straight to your phone. alternatively, you can also use the campus card to authenticate access. wi-fi wi-fi connectivity is available across the entire campus. you can use the eduroam network by logging in via your tubit account. guest accounts can also be set up for temporary use, for exam- ple if you are hosting visitors. email account and address you will be given an email address and an exchange mailbox that can be accessed using common email clients or via the webpage webmail.tu-berlin.de. exchange enables you to manage emails, calendar and task lists across your team and facilitate work with- in your group. tubcloud tu berlin staff are entitled to 50gb of cloud storage. the cloud storage service is based on the open source product owncloud. the data is hosted on the tu berlin servers.
| 40 | handbook for newly appointed professors wlan2vlan and vpn2vlan thanks to these two services, you can connect to your network from anywhere. this works by assigning an ip address from your tu berlin address space to your own mobile device, for example. the device functions just as it would if it were connected to a network socket in your office. this means you are mobile and flexible, and it also enables airplay: content such as photos, pres- entations and webpages can be streamed wirelessly from an ios device to hd televisions or loudspeakers via apple tv. storage area network to provide support for your institute chair, you have the option to expand your storage space on certain conditions. this means you can securely store a larger quantity of data on the server than the basic allocation. typo3 typo3 is the content management system used at tu berlin for creating websites. it separates out content, structure and docu- ment layout, and provides interfaces for editing and updating pages. contact: michaela müller-klang room e-n 051 +49 (0)30 314-2 98 36 michaela.mueller-klang@ tu-berlin.de q 53040 tubit-hotline: +49 (0)30 314-2 80 00 email@example.com multimedia videoconferencing is available in tubit offices using the polycom hdx system. tubit-laden: room e-n 024 tel.: +49 (0)30 314–2 80 00 facebook and rss feed up-to-date information and announcements are published on the tubit facebook page or you can subscribe to them via an rss feed.
services – for staff | 41 | university library the tu berlin university library is the largest technical and nat- ural sciences library in the berlin/brandenburg region and the central service provider for literature at tu berlin. it offers tu members a broad range of services. if you have any questions about the information and literature available, do not hesitate to contact the university librarians at any time. the library funds that you agreed on during your appointment negotiations are managed by the library and are generally avail- able for a maximum period of three years. they are intended as start-up funds and should be disbursed as quickly as possible. the university library is responsible for procuring printed and electronic media. you will receive an information letter once you have taken up your position. networking contact: fachreferentinnen und -referenten fasanenstr. 88, 10623 berlin +49 (0)30 314-7 61 01 firstname.lastname@example.org www.ub.tu-berlin.de contact: nina horstmann c/o universität der künste einsteinufer 43, 10587 berlin room 128 +49 (0)30 318-5 27 21 nina.horstmann@ hybridplattform.org www.hybrid-plattform.org the hybrid platform is a joint project platform run by tu berlin and the berlin university of the arts on the charlottenburg cam- pus to foster exchange between the arts, science and technology. the aim of the hybrid platform is to promote cooperation across institutions and disciplines and to enable the two universities to draw on one another’s expertise. services provided include find- ing suitable discussion and cooperation partners, running vari- ous events that present new research areas and ideas through talks, events, retreats and conferences, acquiring funding and assisting with project management.
| 42 | handbook for newly appointed professors contact: dr. sören stange room fh 715 +49 (0)30 314-2 38 64 mail@dialogplattform. tu-berlin.de q 142251 to support you in finding new research ideas and to promote cross-disciplinary cooperation on research, tu berlin runs the dialog platform as part of its internal research support activities. it assists researchers in finding ideas and helps them review new ideas in terms of their potential for concrete research projects. the dialog platform advises projects and networks on designing their internal processes. it also supports and strengthens the for- mation of new and existing networks, for example through work- shops and events based on specific methodologies. main women’s representative the main women’s representative and her staff can advise you on all aspects of equal opportunities and gender equality in re- search and academia. this ranges from advice on support pro- grams for female staff, especially early career development for female researchers, to assistance for research networks applying for funding to implement the required equal opportunity meas- ures. as the legally recognized advocate of women’s interests, the main women’s representative advises all female university members individually and confidentially, especially in cases of sexual discrimination and violence. together with the women’s representatives of the faculties and central institutions, she par- ticipates in hiring and appointment processes. she is an advisory member of all main committees and works with the university leadership on strategic aspects of equal opportunities policy at tu berlin. university sports center the university sports center offers a wide range of sports activi- ties. these include indoor and outdoor activities, team and indi- vidual sports and fitness and health classes. the gym is centrally located and offers high-quality facilities for your workout. contact: room h 1108 +49 (0)30 314-2 14 38 email@example.com q 23514 contact: stefanie fiebig room v 001 +49 (0)30 314-2 24 20 firstname.lastname@example.org www.tu-sport.de
services – for staff | 43 | translation service contact: sibylle groth (int ws 2) room h 2034 +49 (0)30-314-2 73 44 the tu berlin translation service is a one-stop shop for english translations and editing. its services are available to the whole university – at reasonable prices. the aim is to keep people bet- ter informed about the university and to break down the lan- guage barrier between non-german-speaking university mem- bers and the administration.
| 46 | handbook for newly appointed professors canteens and cafés on the tu berlin campus there are numerous canteens and cafés (see q 1668 for more details). in some of the cafés and canteens run by studierendenwerk berlin you have to pay using a men- sacard rather than with cash. you can obtain a mensacard from the cashiers in these cafés/canteens in exchange for a deposit. the café nero in the university library on fasanenstraße also serves good food. insider-tips we asked some tu old hands what they would recommend to new appointments. have fun getting to the know the campus! audio tour of the tu berlin north campus experience a unique insight into the tu berlin north campus with the north campus audio tour (currently only available in german). you can download the map and mp3 files at q 51632 and learn more about the history, architecture and the various institutes on the north campus. coffee break the jury’s still out on where to get the best cup of coffee... but here are three top tips from those in the know on the charlotten- burg campus: café mittelachse at the university of the arts (3rd floor), the wiwi café (building eb, room 302) and in the summer the piaggio von alberto (in front of building ma). favorite spots discover the atrium in the main building. the glass dome was faithfully reconstructed in 2004 and gives the three-story cham- ber a wonderful sense of light. there is also a plaster cast of the nike of samothrace, which was gifted to tu berlin by the french universities in 1956. the recently built mar building in marchstraße is also worth vis- iting. the structure is brought to life by a sophisticated lighting and color scheme that imbues the otherwise sober and rectilin- ear corridors, staircases and rooms with a sense of warmth and luster.
around campus | 47 | contact: geodätenstand q 98019 contact: exhibition room bh 609 www.mineralogische- sammlungen.de the building brings tu berlin one step closer to its vision of a compact university. the tallest building in the university is the telefunken building on ernst-reuter-platz (building tel). on the 20th floor is the skyline cafeteria, which offers one of the best views over west berlin. also find time to visit the geodätenstand at the institute of ge- odesy and geoinformation science in faculty vi on the roof of the old part of the main building. the floor of this listed structure is completely protected from vibrations, which makes the ge- odätenstand a unique site for taking measurements. mineralogy have you ever seen a meteorite up close? tu berlin’s mineralogy collection is over 230 years old and is today one of the five larg- est and most important collections in germany. come and have a look for yourself! walks next time you take a break, why not go for a stroll? on the char- lottenburg campus there are various routes to recommend, for example, by the river along einsteinufer. or you can get to the großer tiergarten really quickly – from the main building, walk through charlottenburg gate to reach the third largest inner- city park in germany. on the wedding campus, pay a visit to the historic nordbahnhof park, near the berlin wall memorial. contact: unirad.blogsport.de unirad if you cycle to work and need to fix your bike, unirad is the place to go. the tu berlin self-service bike workshop provides tools, spare parts and expertise for a small donation.
| 48 | handbook for newly appointed professors contact: press, public relations and alumni office stefanie terp room h 1004 +49 (0)30 314-2 39 22 email@example.com q 117182 exciting events at tu berlin tu berlin hosts a wide range of public events. these help connect government, research, business and the arts, as well as enhance the university’s corporate identity. for an up-to-date calendar of events at tu berlin, go to q 731. if you have any questions about an event you are organizing yourself, you can contact the press, public relations and alumni office. the president’s new year’s reception at the start of the year, the president of tu berlin traditionally invites diplomats, leaders from business and academia, and pol- icy-makers, as well as university staff members, to a new year’s reception. the aim is not only to provide a forum for networking, but also to reflect on the past year and look forward to upcoming events and projects. reception for newly appointed professors to officially welcome you to tu berlin, the president hosts an annual reception for newly appointed professors. as well as pro- viding you with important information about the institution, the event also gives you an opportunity to get to know one another. long night of the sciences the long night of the sciences is the largest science event in the berlin/potsdam region. since 2001, tu berlin has put on an extensive program showcasing its research to the public and giv- ing them a chance to take part in experiments and hands-on ac- tivities designed for kids and grown-ups. the tu main building is one of the most popular event spaces on the evening. queen’s lecture during queen elizabeth ii’s visit to berlin on 27 may 1965, the queen’s lecture was inaugurated as a series of talks at tu berlin. since then, regular lectures have been given on contemporary economic, cultural and scientific issues, and the series has devel- oped a significant following.
around campus | 49 | climate lecture tu berlin is a key partner in the european network climate-kic and develops solutions and technologies for climate change ad- aptation and mitigation. the climate lecture is run jointly with the potsdam institute for climate impact research and swed- ish energy concern vattenfall. it has provided a platform for key figures in science and research to present innovative ideas since 2008. campus charlottenburg – the art of ideas contact: petra schubert room h 2030 +49 (0)30 314-2 21 08 / 29692 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com www.campus-charlottenburg.org the charlottenburg campus is one of the largest contiguous in- ner-city university spaces in europe and, at the same, one of the most diverse science, arts and design hubs in germany – right in the heart of berlin. if you are interested in the campus grounds, our partners or any other aspect of the campus, contact the office director, petra schubert or the office manager, andrea reichel.
| 50 | handbook for newly appointed professors campus map tu – charlottenburg campus info security attendant a a-f am b ba bel architecture building straße des 17. juni 152 architecture building, low-rise straße des 17. juni 152 old mineralogy building hardenbergstraße 38 civil engineering building hardenbergstraße 40a old civil engineering wing (in the physics building) hardenbergstraße 40 kindergarten, café campus, gerhard ertl center marchstraße 6 und 8 bh-a/ mining and metallurgy, bh-n for an overview of all campus maps, go to q 3243 bib c c-l e/e-n eb old and new building ernst-reuter-platz 1 university library fasanenstraße 88 chemistry building straße des 17. juni 115 chemistry depot straße des 17. juni 115a electrical engineering institutes, old and new building einsteinufer 19 annex straße des 17. juni 145 emh er ew f fh h hbs he hf hft hl k kf em electric machines ht high voltage engineering einsteinufer 11 ernst ruska building hardenbergstraße 36a eugene paul wigner building hardenbergstraße 36 aeronautics department marchstraße 12, 12a, 12b, 14 fraunhoferstrasse 33-36 tu berlin main building straße des 17. juni 135 hardenbergstraße 16–18 electrical engineering auditoriums straße des 17. juni 136 hermann föttinger building müller-breslau-strasse 8 high frequency engineering einsteinufer 25 heating and ventilation marchstraße 4 vehicles straße des 17. juni 135 former power/district heating plant fasanenstraße 1a
around campus | 51 | kt kwt l m ma mar mb ms pc ptz rdh se-rh sg nuclear power engineering marchstraße 18 power plant and apparatus engineering fasanenstraße 1 food chemistry müller-breslau-strasse 10 mechanics straße des 17. juni 135 mathematics building straße des 17. juni 136 marchstraße marchstraße 23 müller-breslau-straße 11–12 mechanical vibrations einsteinufer 5 physical chemistry straße des 17. juni 135 industrial engineering center pascalstraße 8–9, 13–14 rudolf drawe building fasanenstraße 89 reuleaux building: railroad teaching facility straße des 17. juni 135 severin compound salzufer 17-19, dovestrasse 6 st ta tap tc tel tem tk v vws w wf z steinplatz 2 technical acoustics einsteinufer 25 technical acoustics inspection building einsteinufer 31 technical chemistry straße des 17. juni 124 former telefunken building ernst-reuter-platz 7 transmission electron microscopy marchstraße 10 thermodynamics straße des 17. juni 135 plastic deformation straße des 17. juni 135 former research facility for engineering and shipbuilding müller-breslau-strasse 15 hydraulic engineering and water management straße des 17. juni 144, 144a machine tools and manufacturing engineering fasanenstraße 90 mail room, printing, supplies straße des 17. juni 135
| 52 | handbook for newly appointed professors campus map tu – wedding campus ack tib tib1 tib2 tib3 tib4 ackerstraße ackerstr. 76, 13355 berlin humboldthain building complex gustav-meyer-allee 25, 13355 berlin buildings 13, 13b and 15 buildings 20 and 21 building 25 buildings 16, 17a and 17b
index index | 53 | academic senate 14 accommodation 34 alumni 38, 48 application for third-party funds 25, 35 authorization for mgmt. tasks 21 institutional cooperation 38 international affairs 37 internal research funding 25 isis 27 it service center 38 bak (description of tasks) 28 board of trustees 14 cafés 46 canteens 46 campus map 39 central university admin 12 centre for entrepreneurship 33 childcare 34–35 cloud storage 39 committees 14 course calendar 27 courses 26 data protection 34 dual career service 34 eduroam 39 email account 39 environmental protection 36 extended academic senate 16 european funding programs 25 events 48 examination arrangements 27–28 examinations section 28 executive board 6, 14 faculties faculty i 7, 10 faculty ii 7, 10 faculty iii 7, 10 faculty iv 8, 11 faculty v 8, 11 faculty vi 9, 11, 47 faculty vii 9, 11 faculty board 16 faculty service center 7–9, 20, 28–29 family 34–35 family services office 35 library fund 41 linf system 22 main women’s rep 42 medical service 33 multimedia 40 networking 41 parking spaces 24 press 38, 48 public relations 38, 48 qispos 27–28 renovations 22 research 25, 32 research salary supplement 23 resources 21 role management system 20 room bookings 27 safety 36 salary supplement for office held 23 service units 33 structural commission 15 superx 21 tan list 39 teaching 26, 27, 32 teaching committee 15 teaching salary increment 23 training 27, 35–36 tub portal 39–40 typo3 40 university library 41 university sport 42 wi-fi 39 workplace health mgmt. 33 getting started 20 government sickness benefit 24 young researchers 34 human resources 29 innocampus 26 insider tips 46 institute council 17
| 54 | handbook for newly appointed professors published by technische universität berlin the president responsible dual career service appointments section editor juliane hanisch-berndt +49 (0) 30-314 75871 firstname.lastname@example.org photo credits tu berlin/ulrich dahl, david ausserhofer, michael setzpfandt, fotolia design and production omnisatz gmbh, berlin publication date may 2018 notes please note the publication date of this brochure. more detailed infor- mation can be found on the tu berlin online service for professorial appointments. q 155270 this brochure is updated once a year. we would be delighted to hear your suggestions for questions that have not been answered here and that should be included in the next edition.
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