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FAQs regarding Corona

On this website, you will find answers to frequently asked questions on the following topics or for the following groups:

  • External guests/delegations to the campus 
  • Examinations
  • Enrolment/Start of studies
  • The studies themselves
  • International (prospective) students
  • Library
  • Studentenwerk Oberfranken (SWO)
  • Employees
  • Central Technical Service
  • IT services
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External guests/delegations to the campus 

Are official visits of external persons on campus allowed?
Pre-registered visits of external guests / delegations to the campus are permitted. Please note, however, that If necessary, the host of the University of Bayreuth will ensure that all safety precautions are observed and - with regard to distance and hygiene regulations - that a correspondingly compliant workplace is available. Please note the quarantine regulations as well as the information of the infection protection measures regulation.

Examinations

How can I get my exam results?
All examination results are posted on Campus Online.

What about my (bachelor’s/master’s) final exams?
Final examinations can still take place. Please consult the examiners and refer to the entries in Campus Online. For examiners, please refer to the guidelines for the implementation of the Guidelines for the implementation of the Bavarian Infection Protection Measures Ordinance and the supplementary regulations of the University of Bayreuth stored there.

My next semester is an internship semester / semester abroad, which leaves me no time to take the exams I planned to sit now at a later date. What provisions are there for this case?
If non-participation in examinations results through no fault of one's own, but due to coronavirus measures, then this will be caught up in the semester following the internship semester or semester abroad. I have to submit documents in due time.

What about State Examinations?
State examinations are subject to special regulations: (1) The First State Examination for a teaching profession at public schools starting from spring 2020 will begin from 18 May 2020. For further information please contact the responsible ministry. (2) The written part of the 2020/2 First State Examination in Law is scheduled for the period from 8 to 15 September 2020, and will be held according to the current schedule. The oral examinations of the Law 2020/1 First State Examination (scheduled to begin on 1 July 2020) will not be suspended either. 

As the libraries were closed from 15 March and have only been open to a limited extent since 20 April: Is the deadline for homework extended?
You will not be disadvantaged by the closing of the library. Please contact your faculty or department for the exact provisions in this regard. The examinations office will have accommodating provisions in place. Students of the RW faculty please also see this FAQ section.

I have to submit documents. But with visiting the University to be reduced to a minimum, how do I best meet this requirement?
Please send the requested documents by e-mail to the respective contacts on campus in due time and request confirmation of receipt. Necessary originals or printouts can be submitted by post later. Postal addresses can be found on the web pages of the University of Bayreuth or leave them in the large central mailbox in front of the Central University Administration (ZUV) with clear identification of the addressee. The mailbox is emptied regularly and can also be accessed outside the opening hours of the ZUV.

Enrolment / Start of studies

I need an appointment with Student Advising. Will a personal advising session take place?
For the time being, staff at Student Advising no longer offer personal advising appointments in the offices of Central University Administration. Please contact studienberatung@uni-bayreuth.de to arrange a telephone consultation appointment. 

I would like to enrol for the 2020 summer semester. Have the opening hours of the Student Administration Office changed?
For the time being, the colleagues of the Student Office no longer offer personal consultations in the offices of the Central University Administration. However, they will remain available for you by telephone and email. For enrollment, please submit the necessary documents by mail. Further information can be found on the pages of the Student Office. If you have any questions, please write an e-mail to studierendenkanzlei@uni-bayreuth.de

I have already transferred my semester fees. Can I get a refund if I’m not starting the summer semester?
In the event of withdrawal from enrolment, the fee can be refunded on request. For this purpose, the form must be filled out and sent to the Student Administration Office.

The studies themselves

Whose office hours (still) apply? 
Please clarify this with the lecturers/departments by telephone and follow the instructions on their respective websites.

What about excursions (within Germany / abroad)?
Excursion are to be evaluated analogous to field internships that can take place. It is essential to observe the applicable distance and hygiene regulations, and review the website of the Federal Foreign Office. Please note the information of the infection protection measures regulation.
   
Will practical laboratory courses take place?
Laboratory practicals can take place under strict adherence to the regulations on hygiene and distance control. Please note the information of the infection protection measures regulation. If you have any questions, please send a mail to praesenzveranstaltungen@uni-bayreuth.de
   
Will doctoral examinations take place?
Doctoral examinations can be held in a non-public setting (i.e. without an audience), provided that the appropriate hygiene measures and distance rules (at least 1.5 m distance) are observed. 

Will audition lectures / demonstration lessons still take place?
Audition lectures and related demonstration lessons can take place on campus. The applicable distance and hygiene regulations must be observed. Lecture halls should therefore be used. The room allocation system has occupancy plans showing the maximum number of people that can currently fit into a lecture hall. In addition to the members of the Appointment Committee, the places still available may be allocated to other persons in order to involve the university public (by registration procedure).

International (prospective) students

Please also refer to the detailed target group-oriented FAQs on the website of our International Office (for International prospective students, Global Partners, Exchange Students, International Guests, Accepted Applicants). If you have further questions, please contact the International Office of the University of Bayreuth: welcomeservices@uni-bayreuth.de

Are there any changes to the Preliminary documentation review (VPD) process for programmes which require an application via uni-assist?
For the time being, applicants for Winter Semester 2020/21 are not required to send in their documents to uni-assist by post. The preliminary documentation review will be carried out on the basis of the digital copies you uploaded.

Applications for preliminary documentation review (VPD) for undergraduate programmes can be submitted to uni-assist until 20 August 2020.  
Prospective students who are planning to apply for the 2021 summer semester and require preliminary documentation review (VPD) for this purpose can now apply for this at uni-assist. 

Is it possible to submit the evidence of proficiency in German at a later point? 

  • For degree programmes whose deadlines were extended to 20 August: your language certificates demonstrating the relevant proficiency level must be available by 20 August.
  • For degree programmes with an application deadline of 15 July: subsequent submission of German language certificates after the deadline is permitted if you submit a certificate of participation by 15 July including registration for the language examination demonstrating that you will be able to submit the required certificate by 9 August 2020.

Is it possible to submit the evidence of proficiency in English at a later point?
Please contact the programme coordinator of the degree programme for which you are interested in applying.

Will the DSH exam take place for Winter Semester 2020/21?
Due to the coronavirus crisis, the University of Bayreuth will be offering an internal German language exam in Winter Semester 2020/21, which entitles students to study at the University of Bayreuth. This has the level of the official DSH exam. No registered DSH certificate is issued for passing the exam.

The German language test will take place in the following period: 28 October - 6 November 2020

An application form will be sent by e-mail at the end of July 2020 to all applicants who need to take the German language examination to enrol or continue their studies. 
The registration deadline for the in-house German language examination is 1 September 2020. Please check the website of the International Office for further information.

I have questions about my visa.
Information on entry and visa matters can be obtained from the Federal Foreign Office and the Federal Ministry of the Interior. Please make sure to contact the German embassy or consulate responsible for you or the local Foreigners' Office in Germany.

Where can I obtain confirmation of compulsory physical attendance in the winter semester for submission to a German mission abroad?
Newly admitted students receive this document together with, or a few days after, admission via CampusOnline. 

Will there be an orientation week in the 2020/2021 Winter Semester?
Yes! Our orientation week for international students will take place in face-to-face form (including some digital components) from 14 to 23 October, 2020. International students will receive information on registration and the course of events in good time via Welcome Services.

What do I need to bear in mind when travelling to Bayreuth in the current Summer Semester?
As before, students from non-EU countries may only enter Germany if they have a valid reason to do so. This is the case if you return to your place of residence to continue your studies. When entering the country, students must furnish the appropriate documents (e.g. a rental agreement, a certificate of registration, as well as confirmation that it is necessary for you to attend in-person courses). In any event, please observe the present quarantine regulations and review the information carefully before entering the country! We also recommend contacting the International Office.

Can I get a personal appointment at the Welcome Services?
Due to the current situation, our offices are currently closed and we are not able to offer personal appointments. Of course, you can always reach us via phone or email and we can help with all questions and problems.

Is there any possibility to get to know other (international) students and network on Campus even in this situation?
Yes! Enactus Bayreuth, a student initiative, started an Instagram account where all student initiatives and organizations have the possibility to present themselves and publish upcoming (online) events. Especially for international students, ESN offers an interesting programme with different events every week – ranging from a Language Stammtisch to a language tandem program. All information and further details can be found on Facebook and Instagram.

Information about the coronavirus in Germany:
The information on the websites of the Robert-Koch Institute, the WHO, the Federal Foreign Office and the Federal Ministry of Health is updated on a daily basis. The University of Bayreuth provides information on its website and in these FAQs, but also by e-mail and via its social media accounts!

Library

How can I currently use the library?
Most of the learning places in the reading rooms are blocked. In order to work on site with the non-lending reference holdings, students of the University of Bayreuth can book a place in the RW Sublibrary online. The Central Library and the other sub-libraries only offer a small number of individual places. Please ask the respective library for details. You can find current information regarding the library on the website of the University Library  

Is it possible to access the University Library's electronic media from off-campus?
University students and staff have access to a variety of digital resources such as e-books, e-journals, and databases, which can also be accessed from off-campus using a VPN/proxy or Shibboleth (publishers Springer Nature and Wiley). Please also refer to the information regarding online versions of journal articles on the website "Alternative ways for finding and obtaining journal articles". If you have any questions about searching for sources, please contact auskunft.ub@uni-bayreuth.de or +49 921 / 55 - 3420. Please also refer to the website of the Libraries of the University of Bayreuth.

Studentenwerk Oberfranken (SWO)

The Corona pandemic has made me lose my part-time job. How do I finance my livelihood now?
​The Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) is providing bridging assistance totalling 100 million euros to help those students who are demonstrably in an acute, pandemic-related (economic or financial) emergency and require immediate support. You can apply for bridging assistance if you are enrolled at a public-funded and government-recognised higher education institution in Germany.
Applications for bridging assistance for students in pandemic-related emergency situations can be submitted from 16 June 2020! Detailed information on how to apply for the grant online can be found in the FAQs of the Studentenwerk Oberfranken.

Is the canteen open?
All dining facilities are currently closed (since 18 March, until further notice).
From 11.05.2020, Frischraum will be opening its doors again: Monday to Friday, 10a.m. – 2p.m. Sandwiches, various bakery products, coffee, drinks, and (from 11a.m.) two lunchtime meal choices will be provided. Please follow the known distance rules as well as the wearing of a face mask. ​Please refer to the SWO website for the menu and more information. 

How can I apply for a CampusCard?
In Bayreuth, the SWO's card service office can currently only be contacted by e-mail.

Can the advising offices (BAföG, psychological counselling, dormitories) be reached?
The BAföG Office, Residence Hall Administration, Social Counselling Office, Psychological Counselling Office, and Loan Office are closed until further notice. It is possible to contact the SWO by e-mail; please refer to the relevant contact details on the SWO website.

Employees

How do I continue to access Accounting Services?
Orders can now generally only be placed via the e-procurement form. Since 18.3.2020 the issue in the office supplies warehouse will be closed. The goods will then be sent to the orderers via internal mail (also applies to the central university administration). In exceptional cases, bulk orders can be picked up personally by employees of the Central University Administration in the materials warehouse. Payments at the paying office are only possible in urgent cases after prior notification to kai.sehr@uni-bayreuth.de. As of Monday 23.3.2020, the chemical dispensing area will only be open to a limited extent: on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, dispensing will only be possible from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. On Wednesdays, the chemical dispensary will remain closed.

I work partly in my home office, but sometimes I have to go to the university for a few hours to do some work on site. Am I insured?
Yes. The statutory accident insurance protection, which applies to commuting accidents to and from work, is also relevant if work is done partly in the home office and partly at the university on site. According to the Bayerische Landesunfallkasse, however, a corresponding fact must be proven with a high degree of probability. Therefore, from the point of view of the Landesunfallkasse, it would be easier to provide evidence if, for example, the days of attendance at the university were fixed in advance or at least communicated promptly with superiors or colleagues. For reasons of evidence, e.g. an e-mail would be a good choice here.

I have an increased health risk. What should I do?
For employees for whom an infection with the corona virus represents an increased health risk (e.g. leukaemia, diabetes or lung diseases), the necessary measures must be agreed in consultation with the attending doctor for reasons of care (e.g. no public transport, teleworking, etc.). If the measures deemed necessary by the doctor cannot be implemented, the doctor must decide whether the employee is still fit for duty. Leave of absence will not be considered an option. There are no special regulations for relatives of these persons.

My child's daycare centre has reopened - but due to a current, individual case of infection is now temporarily "closed". Consequently, my child cannot be cared for at the daycare centre - what should I do?
Please first check whether other people in your household up to the age of 60 can provide childcare. If you are unable to find someone to look after your child during your working hours, working from your home office is a good option. If this is possible for your tasks and your supervisors have agreed, please help us to keep operations running by working from home. Anyone working in non-scientific operations should report that they are working by home office (after consultation and approval by their supervisors) by e-mail to zeiterfassung@uni-bayreuth.de.

If it is not possible to work via home office on an hourly basis, you can be granted leave of absence for up to 10 days to look after your child of daycare or preschool age. If you are required to look after further children not affected by the closure of the facility, additional leave of up to 10 days can be granted for these children as well. This possibility applies until further notice. In this case, please inform your supervisor that you will be absent from work because of this temporary closure for the purposes of childcare.

A general closure of childcare facilities has been ordered, and my child cannot go to the daycare centre because of this. What should I do?
Please make use of the possibility of privately organised care, teleworking or - if neither are possible – leave of absence with continued payment of salary. This will be granted for the entire duration of the closure. In this case, please inform your supervisor that you are teleworking or taking the option of leave of absence because of the general closure.

My child's school has reopened - but due to a current, individual case of infection is now temporarily "closed". Consequently, my child cannot go to school - what should I do?
Please first check whether your child needs care due to his or her age. From the age of 14, you can usually assume that this is no longer necessary. If childcare is still required, please check whether other people up to the age of 60 in your household can provide childcare. If you are unable to find someone to look after your children during your normal working hours, working from your home office is a good option. If this is possible for your tasks and your supervisors have agreed, you will help us to keep the office running, even if you are only able to work by the hour. After consultation and approval by your supervisors, please inform them that you are working via home office. Please use the e-mail address zeiterfassung@uni-bayreuth.de.

If working via home office is not possible on an hourly basis, you can be granted a leave of absence to look after your child. In some cases, this may also apply for children between the ages of 14 and 18 – please inform us in advance of the special circumstances of your situation so that we can check whether the leave of absence can be granted. Please use the e-mail address gesundheit@uni-bayreuth.de. The possibility of taking time off work to care for school children for up to 10 days applies. If you are required to look after further children not affected by the closure of the facility, additional leave of up to 10 days can be granted for these children as well. This will apply for further school closures that are repeated over time. The exemption is only granted outside the Bavarian school holidays. In this case, please inform your supervisors that you will be absent from work for this reason.

My child is ill  do I have to present a doctor's note?
Unfortunately, it is not possible to waive the obligation to present a medical certificate confirming the need for care. If it is not possible to present this at this time, it is sufficient to inform your supervisor that your child is ill and that it is therefore necessary for you to care for him/her. However, you are obligated to submit a medical certificate to this effect at a later date.

What provisions currently apply for pregnant women?
As far as possible, pregnant women should always work from home. Sometimes, however, this is not possible. In this case, activities involving personal contact or contact with the public are generally not permitted for pregnant women. An exception can only be made if a specific risk assessment is carried out with regard to the staff member’s current pregnancy. This risk assessment would also have to take into account the distance to and from work! In case of doubt, please contact the Safety Officer or the University Medical Officer.

Insofar as frequent personal contact of a pregnant woman in connection with her professional activity cannot be ruled out, the University of Bayreuth must issue a ban on employment at the University to pregnant women. Please contact the Safety Officer if you are affected.

If there is a ban on contact throughout Bavaria or at the pregnant staff member's workplace, it is to be ascertained whether the risk of infection could be reduced in individual cases by technical or organisational measures, if presence at the workplace is necessary. In case of doubt, please contact the Safety Officer or the University Medical Officer.

In the event of Covid-19 illness occurring at the University of Bayreuth, a ban on employment at the University applies for a full 14 days after the last case of illness. Before granting leave from work, it must be ascertained whether a pregnant employee could be transferred to another workplace without risk of infection. Furthermore, it must be specifically assessed whether the employment ban applies to the entire University or only to parts of it. Employees affected should contact the Safety Officer.

​As of 06.05.2020, there are no longer any general curfew restrictions in the Free State of Bavaria. However, the existing contact restrictions and the social distancing rule continue to apply.

What provisions currently apply for nursing mothers?
According to the Bavarian State Ministry for Family, Labour and Social Affairs, there is no need to issue a ban on employment at the University to nursing women. There is, however, an obligation to release a woman from work for nursing outside the University as soon as a case or a medically suspected case of Covid-19 illness occurs at the University.

In general, children may not be breastfed at the University unless a suitable germ-free room with hand disinfection facilities can be accessed for the purpose.

As far as possible, employment by teleworking or working from home is the preferred option for nursing women. Such a deployment can avoid time off work for nursing and the inconvenience associated with this for women.

I am caring for relatives  what do I have to know?
Home office and, if necessary, time off work can also be granted if this is absolutely necessary for the care of relatives in need of care and the care is not otherwise possible. The necessity of the care by you must be explained by e-mail to zeiterfassung@uni-bayreuth.de so that the case can be reviewed.

When am I not allowed to come to work?
If you have unspecific general symptoms or respiratory problems and have been in contact with someone who has a confirmed coronavirus infection at any time in the 14 days before the start of the illness, you are not allowed to come to work. You are obligated to contact your general practitioner or the medical hotline (Tel. 116 117) immediately by telephone. You must also immediately contact the health office responsible for you. This must always be done if you come into contact with someone who is confirmed to have a coronavirus infection, even if you have not experienced any symptoms. Your supervisors must also be informed that you will not be coming to work and that a diagnosis will be made as to whether you are infected. Until the results are available, you will be officially considered unfit for work or duties.

I have been quarantined within Germany  what do I have to do?
If you have been quarantined by the public health department, you may not come to work. You must work remotely/ via home office if this is technically possible. If not, you will be granted a leave of absence. You do not have to make up the missed working hours. If quarantine is ordered, you are obligated to inform your supervisors and discuss the possibility of home office.

This does not apply if you have booked and undertaken a private trip abroad while a travel warning from the German Foreign Office with reference to coronavirus or the Bavarian Entry Quarantine Ordinance were in force. In this case, no support measures will be taken for you. There will be no possibility of extraordinary teleworking or release from duties for you in this case. Such behaviour will be considered irresponsible and is liable to constitute off-duty misconduct in individual cases.

I have planned an official trip to a risk area - can I still go?
Official trips may only be carried out if they are absolutely necessary. Please make use of possibilities to conduct video and telephone conferences.

If, within 14 days after returning from a business trip, you show unspecific general symptoms or respiratory problems of any severity, you will be considered unfit for work or service and may not appear for duty until the presence of corona virusinfection has been determined. You are obliged to contact your family doctor or the medical on-call service immediately by telephone.

If a quarantine is ordered for you on the basis of the Entry Quarantine Ordinance, the regulations apply accordingly, as with the quarantine order issued by the health authorities (see above, "I have been quarantined within Germany - what do I have to do?").

Can I use private vehicles on a business trip instead of public transport?
Yes, this is especially true for people with immunodeficiency, and when using public transport during rush hours. In all other cases, the use of private vehicles is permitted even without good reason, and there is no obligation to use public transport.

I was quarantined outside of Germany  what do I have to do?
If you are staying abroad and the local authorities ordered quarantine so that you cannot return to Germany at this time, you will be granted a leave of absence. You are obligated to inform your supervisor. You will not be expected to make up the missed working hours.

This does not apply if you have booked and undertaken a private trip abroad while a travel warning from the Foreign Office related to coronavirus was in effect. In this case, no support measures will be taken for you. There will be no possibility of extraordinary teleworking or release from duties for you in this case. Such behaviour will be considered irresponsible and is liable to constitute off-duty misconduct in individual cases.

I have been affected by quarantine measures while on vacation  what do I have to do?
Your vacation will be interrupted from the time of the quarantine measure and replaced by leave of absence. This does not apply if you have travelled privately to a risk area even though the classification as a risk area was already known when you booked and started your trip. Such behaviour will be considered irresponsible and is liable to constitute off-duty misconduct in individual cases.

I am staying abroad and cannot travel back because of safety regulations  what do I have to do?
Please inform your supervisors. You will be granted a leave of absence and you won't be expected to make up the missed working hours. This does not apply if you have travelled privately to a risk area even though the classification as a coronavirus risk area by the Federal Foreign Office was already known when you booked and started your trip. There will be no possibility of extraordinary teleworking or release from duties for you in this case.

I have been in contact with a confirmed coronavirus patient but have no symptoms of illness – what do I have to do?
In this case, the responsible public health department must be informed immediately. If a test is carried out, you are to be considered unfit for work until the result is available. Otherwise, you will remain in home office for 14 days. This must be coordinated with your supervisor.

My partner has to work via home office at the order of the health authorities or his/her employer  what do I have to do?
You are obligated to work, but after consultation with your supervisor, you may work via home office.

I have general symptoms of an illness or respiratory problems, but have had no contact with people suffering from the coronavirus and have not been in a risk area – what should I do?
Please contact your general practitioner or the medical hotline (Tel. 116 117) immediately for further clarification. 

I am afraid of infection at work what should I do?
You can apply to your supervisor for vacation or time off in the usual way. This will be examined in the light of official concerns.

I am suffering from a coronavirus infection –​ will my salary or remuneration continue to be paid?
If you have a coronavirus infection, you are unfit for work or have fallen ill while unable to work. Employees continue to be paid for a period of six weeks, after which they receive sick pay. Civil servants continue to receive their salary.

Will my salary continue to be paid if I take a leave of absence?
Yes, you will continue to receive your salary without reduction. You do not have to make up the missed working hours or apply to the health insurance fund for sickness benefit. This does not apply if you have booked and undertaken a trip abroad or a risk area despite a travel warning from the Federal Foreign Office, or after the entry quarantine regulation came into force.

What measures apply to the jobs of employees suffering from a coronavirus infection?
Using the office must be prohibited immediately and the workplace must be locked. Offices with several workplaces must also be closed. Cleaning with disinfectant must be carried out before the next use.

I perform all or part of my work tasks at my university workplace - what do I have to keep in mind?
The hygiene measures and social distancing rules (at least 1.5 m separation) must be observed.

I perform all or part of my work tasks at home - what do I have to keep in mind?
You must be reachable by your superiors and colleagues. For full-time employees, availability must be guaranteed at least between 9.00 and 12.00 and between 13.00 and 15.00. Business e-mails must be checked and, if possible, processed from your home office. Please do your best to fulfil your official duties. By doing so, you will help us to maintain services. In addition, we ask you to check the University of Bayreuth's website twice a day for the latest developments.

How does coronavirus affect my vacation leave?
Please check whether you currently have unspent vacation leave - possibly even vacation leave carried over from 2019 - or significant amounts of overtime credited to your time account. We assume that after the end of the initial restrictions, many unperformed tasks now accumulating will have to be processed in a short period, and that some vacation requests may be denied for operational reasons. Please keep in mind the deadlines applying for the submission of accrued leave.

What are the general hygiene recommendations?
In order to keep infections as low as possible - also in view of the current wave of influenza - we ask you to observe the following measures:

  • Pay attention to hand hygiene: Always wash your hands thoroughly (there are signs in the washrooms).
  • Please use disposable tissues only once, also when coughing and sneezing, alternatively: sneeze or cough into the crook of your arm.
  • Please also observe the more extensive Hygienetipps der Bundeszentrale für gesundheitliche Aufklärung.
  • Please observe the minimum social distance of 1.5 m to other people and, when necessary, demand this from others.

Central Technical Service

How do I reach the central technical department in case of need?
You can reach the Central Technical Service via the control room on Mondays, Thursdays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Fridays, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.; there you can send fault reports or request technical support as usual by calling 0921 / 55-2117 or at service.zt@uni-bayreuth.de. Outside of the times shown, calling 0921 / 55-2117 will automatically transfer you to our security service, which will call in the technical on-call service if necessary. 

How do I leave my office if I work in the "home office"?
Before leaving the rooms, please make sure that all windows are closed, lights are switched off and the thermostatic valves on the radiators are set to level 2. This saves unnecessary costs and reduces the burden on the environment. Also think about your plants and take them home if necessary.

IT services

Many meetings are currently held via zoom. What about the protection of my personal data?
The IT service centre of the University of bayreuth provides tips for a data-saving use of Zoom as well as a joint statement by the CIO and head of the computer centre of the University of Würzburg, Matthias Funken, and the official data protection officer, Klaus Baumann, among others, which addresses the current accusations and data protection problems of Zoom.

Can I continue to work from the PC pool of the university?
The PC pools on campus are closed. The computers in the Linux PC Pool of the Mathematics Department can be accessed from off-campus via SSH in combination with VPN and authentication with a University of Bayreuth user ID.

What do I do if I need software from the PC pools for a thesis?
In this case, please send the following information (your identification, required software and expected period of use, type of work and supervising professor) via e-mail to its-beratung@uni-bayreuth.de.

Can I still access the services of the PC garage and the laptop consultation?
The PC garage and laptop consultation hours are only available by e-mail. Further information can be found on the website of the IT Service Center.


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