Application for habilitation
> Overview / Sequence
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During the habilitation
> Establishment of the Commission
> Introductory colloquium
> Acceptance as habilitand
> Interim Evaluation
Habilitation at the faculty
The habilitation serves to formally establish the scientific and pedagogical aptitude to become a professor in a scientific field represented by a professorship at the Faculty of Physics and Astronomy of the University of Würzburg (teaching qualification).
In the Faculty of Physics and Astronomy, habilitation is possible in the following fields of study, as well as in sub-fields thereof:
a) experimental physics
b) theoretical physics
d) nanostructure technology
e) Didactics of physics
The aim of the habilitation procedure is to give particularly qualified young academics the opportunity to perform tasks in research and teaching independently and to qualify for appointment to a professorship, if possible within four years, under the scientific supervision of a subject mentor.
Based on the determination of the teaching qualification, the University of Würzburg grants, upon application of the habilitated person, the authorization to teach in the subject area to which the teaching qualification relates.
Public traffic and service offers
You can contact us Mon.-Fri. mornings by e-mail and phone.
From now on, the service center is open again on Mondays & Wednesdays from 9 am to 11 am.
For a different personal appointment please contact the promotion office by e-mail or phone.
- In the interest of environmental protection, we offer a digital review in advance to check your application
- The final application must be submitted in printed form with all original signatures. You can use the in-house mail (Attn: Habilitation-Office) for this purpose or make a personal appointment with us
Contact and further information
Employees: Mrs. Sarah Giehl and Mrs. Jacqueline Müller
Phone: +49 931 31-83114
Room: B024 (Building P1)
Address: Am Hubland
If you have further questions about habilitation, please mail to email@example.com
You can reach this page via the following direct link: http://go.uniwue.de/habilphysik.