Detailed information about the exams (dates, topics) will be also given in the lectures. Here is a (preliminary) survey:
|Module||Date||Time||Location||Corona safety measures (see notes below)|
SR 1 (Biochemistry building, Nonnenplan 4)
|S3.06||Medical Diagnosis and Therapy||23.02.2022||12:00-14:00||SR 12 (F4.U1) at Jena University Hospital (Lobeda)||2|
|Biomaterials||07.02.2022||14:00-15:30||SR 127 (Löbdergraben 32)||1|
|17.02.2022||14:00-16:00||chemistry lecture hall "Döbereiner Hörsaal" (Am Steiger 3)||1|
|S3.11||Mass Spectrometry Imaging||02.02.2022 /
|S3.12||Optical Sensors, Microfluidics|
If you have any signs/symptomps that might be indicative for COVID (i.e. elevated temperature, fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell) we ask you to refrain from coming to the exam. See a medical doctor and send his/her medical certificate to Dr. Babovsky.
Depending on where the exam takes place different Corona safety measures apply:
1 = Exams organized in rooms of the core university (for details see also the university website):
During the exam you must wear a FFP2 mask. Surgical masks or other masks are not allowed.
If you are vaccinated you must bring a proof that you are fully vaccinated (preferably the digital EU COVID-19 vaccination certificate). Even though you are fully vaccinated you must provide in addition to this an official proof (not older than 24 h) that you are tested virus-free. Tests can be obtained in test centers of the city of Jena or test centers of the university.
2 = Exams organized in theoretical institutes of the University Hospital (for more confusing details see the website of the Jena University Hospital):
During the exam you must wear a surgical mask or a FFP2 mask. No other type of mask is allowed. (FFP2 mask is strongly recommended). If you are vaccinated you must bring a proof that you are fully vaccinated (preferably the digital EU COVID-19 vaccination certificate).
According to current regulations you are considered to be "fully vaccinated" when you have got two shots of RNA vaccines not more than 9 months ago or a third "booster vaccination" not more than 12 months ago. If you are not fully vaccinated you should get a vaccination as soon as possible. Check with the lecturer of your module which conditions apply for your exam.
Since the corona safety regulations are constantly adapted to the course of the pandemic, check this website for updates.
Results of the exams
Results of the exams can be looked up here:
- Module S3.01 - Biological Microscopy: not yet
- Module S3.06 - Medical Diagnosis and Therapy: link
- Module S3.07 - Theranostics: link
- Module S3.09 - Chemometrics: link
- Module S3.10 - Microspectroscopy: link
- Module S3.11 - Mass Spectrometry Imaging: not yet
- Module S3.12 - Optical Sensors, Microfluidics: not yet