Biophysicists' dinner

At the beginning of each semester, the biophysicist dinner usually takes place. Biophysicists from different semesters as well as other students, who are interested in the topics, are welcome to take part in the lecture. Professors from (usually) three different research areas (biology, chemistry, physics) give a short 15 minute presentation about their research projects to get a glance in what they're actually doing and whether it's possible to join the group for his/her bachelor/master thesis. Afterwards, drinks and food is provided while everybody has the opportunity to get in contact with the professors and other students.

Examination office

To apply yourself for oral and written exams you have to take part in during your study time, a personal file has yet to be created. This has to be done personallyat the central examination office. Charlotte Forster (A-Kr) and Claudia Weber (Ku-Z) are responsible for biophysic students. Both can be found in 47 room 03 during the following times: Mo+Fr: 9.00 - 11.00am, We: 01.30-04.30 pmund Th: 12.00-02.00 pm. Contact via telephone and mail is also possible.

Before the first exam you should register in time, as your exam file has yet to be created. You will need a passport photo, a resume and an (uncertified) copy of your high school degree. After that you can register or cancel your registration for the exams up to 2 weeks before the exam.
Successful registrations and your grades can be viewed via the self-service function of the Central Examination Office (only accessible via the university network or via VPN).

For practical courses (biology, chemistry and physics)you may have to register additionally at the 'communication- and informationsystem' website (KIS) where you can create your own timetable and the opportunity to find all lectures, which will take place during the winter or summer term. This information is usually given during the lectures.

! Attention:

When you have registered yourself for the 'Bachelor Biophysics' you have to register yourself for the practical course of the lecture 'plant physiology' even before the lecture has started. For further information, contact us via mail.

Examination regulations

In the following, examination regulations (prüfungsordnung) and study guide (Modulhandbuch) can only be found in german.


Timetables can be found in the KIS. After the selection of the current semester, the Biophysics course is registered under the subject areas Biology, Chemistry and Physics (in each case the entry Biophysics Bachelor/Master). Some lectures are unfortunately only listed under one of the three faculties.
A timetable for the first semester Bachelor Biophysics can also be found here(german).

General and current information

Here you can find general information on the biophysics course of studies (only in german)

Current information, e.g. on the biophysical colloquium, can be found at(only in german)


General questions can be found in the FAQ(german)

For further questions please contact the biophysicist department personally or by mail (see contact).

Mailing list

Important information is sent around on the biophysicists mailing list. All biophysicists are asked to subscribe to the mailing list.