The Physics Student Council has been carrying through the course evaluation, where students can give feedback on their courses, for many years. On these pages, we would like to provide you with some background and more information about the evaluation. We also show you where you can view the evaluation results.
During the office hours, but also in between those times, it should be possible to come across members of the Student Council in the Student Council office.
During the office hours you can borrow exam transcripts, old exams or scripts on the one hand (see the corresponding section on that page), but you can also get information about all aspects of studying physics, talk about problems with your studies or just chat about anything at all with a nice Student Council member there ;-)
During our office hours, it’s possible to borrow exam transcripts (of oral exams) and old exams from our collection or to be registered for the online use of these resources. For some time now, we’ve been providing these on the Learnweb (course “FSPHYS”). The enrollment key required to gain access is available in the student council office, as mentioned above. You can find more information on this page.
The Physics Student Council uses the mailing lists provided by the ZIV to directly and straightforwardly supply you with current information. On these pages, you can view information about which purposes we use these mailing lists for.
Since the summer semester 2013, the Student Council awards the „Physics Student Council’s Teaching Prize“ for exceptional teaching performance to a teacher every year. The award ceremony takes place in the framework of the General Physical Colloquium. On these pages, the Teaching Prize and all previous laureates are presented.
The stundents' council of physics organises a game night in the institute of nuclear physics regularly. More information are found on the posters at the institute.
On these pages we have assembled research options in the Student Library, the “Lernzentrum” (“study center”) and the libraries at the Department of Physics for you.