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Aufgrund technischer Probleme bei unserem Zahlungsdienstleister kann es zu verzögerten Abbuchungen von EC-Karten-Zahlungen kommen. weiter
Test access VDE NormenBibliothek Online
VDE Verlag has granted TU members test access to the VDE NormenBibliothek Online via IP address until 30. September: www.normenbibliothek.de
Current Opening Hours
Monday to Friday: 09:00am to 05:00pm
Tuesday to Thursday: 10:00am to 04:00pm
Applying Interoperable Metadata Standards (AIMS)
For a precise and understandable documentation metadata have to follow standards which define format and content. These standards have to be tailored to the specific demands of the described datatype and the academic discipline. go
Save the date: 13 October 2020 – FORSCHUNGSDATEN@RMU 2020
Virtual Day of Research Data by the Rhein-Main-Universities
More information about Lectures and Workshops soon on this website.
The Joint Science Conference by the Federal Government and Heads of Government of the Länder (GWK) has agreed to fund the scientific consortium „NFDI4Ing“. go
For the summer semester 2020, the Executive Board announced Prof. Dr. Andrea Rapp to be TU Darmstadt's Open Access Officer. go
The of apprentices of the ULB won the apprenticeship award of the TU Darmstadt in 2020. The collective application of all three current classes implied the idea of establishing and running a regular used book market in the library.
Jana Moczarski, Head of Collections Care, was invited by two Moscow Universities to a virtual lecture about preservation of precious documents for academic research. She lectured about „The connection of the grand ducal family of Hesse-Darmstadt to the Russian court: The University and State Library Darmstadt as a knowledge mediator on the basis of the former court library“. go
In the 17th century Antoine de la Baume Pluvinel’s masterly illustrated book on horseriding set new standards about the nonviolent and collaborative partnership of man and horse. Thanks to the financial support of the Rotary Club Darmstadt-Bergstraße the ULB was able to restore the rare first edition of 1626 and make it available again for use and research.
TU Darmstadt is participating in the Germany-wide DEAL-contract, which was concluded with the scientific publisher Springer Nature. This agreement will allow you to access Springer Nature’s online journals and to benefit from new expanded possibilities to publish your research results as Open Access.
TU Darmstadt has reported its expenses for Open Access for the year 2019 to the OpenAPC initiative. go
The anniversary publication of the ULB Darmstadt “450 Years of Knowledge – Collecting – Communicating. From the Court Library to the University and State Library Darmstadt: 1567-2017” is now online. go
Braunschweig University Library, the University and State Library Darmstadt, TIB – Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology and the Fraunhofer Information Center for Planning and Building are jointly developing the scientific information service for the subject areas of civil engineering, architecture and urban planning. go
An ORCID iD distinguishes you from other authors. The ORCID iD is a standardised, international and persistent identifier in form of a 16-digit number. It ensures the unique assignment to your publications and research data, but can also be used in communication with publishers or research funders. go
The ULB is member of the Open Library Community. Again in 2020, new publications in political sciences can be provided open access. go
The ULB Darmstadt supports a new long-term project on historical peace research
This project is part of the Academy Programme which is sponsored by the German Federal Government and by the German State Governments. It is based at the Academy of Science and Literature in Mainz, in cooperation with the Leibniz-Institute for European History (IEG) and the University and State Library Darmstadt (ULB). go
Writing exams, papers, theses can be very strenuous – the ULB has cought on to that. We offer a new relaxation station on the 1st floor of ULB Stadtmitte and ULB Lichtwiese. go
This year, all events of the Open Access Week have concentrated on 21 October.
TU Darmstadt is taking part in the initiative OpenAPC and has reported its expenses for Open-Access for the years 2017 and 2018. go
Construction Project Tramway to Lichtwiese starting on 18 November
From 18 November 2019 till mid 2020 increased building activities will be expected on campus Lichtwiese and along Lichtwiesenweg. Hence, increased noise in immediate vicinity to ULB Lichtwiese is likely to occur (see information of TU). We apologize for any inconvenience.