Coronavirus – Rector's information

TU Bergakademie Freiberg is carefully monitoring the current novel coronavirus outbreak. This article aims to answer the most important questions for the community, students and employees. The editors will keep this article up to date as fast as possible and any further information will be posted here. Students and employees are asked to regularly check recommendations, directives and policies on this website and to help preventing infections by taking precautionary measures.

Hygiene Measures

  • Keep a distance of at least 1.5 metres between them
  • Avoidance of direct physical contact even when entering or leaving rooms
    Refrain from shaking hands or other physical contact
  • Avoid working in groups, if necessary keep a distance and wear face protection in small groups (maximum 1 person/20 m² room)
  • If a room is not being used individually, a mouth-and-nose protector must be worn
  • Wash your hands regularly and use the disinfectants available
  • Observe the coughing and sneezing label (in the crook of your arm), leave the room during coughing or sneezing attacks if other people are in the room
  • Regular ventilation of the offices (especially after public traffic)
  • Ensuring a good supply of fluids to the body

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Information for the community, guests and visitors

  • Public events and conferences on the campuses of TU Freiberg are postponed or cancelled. Please contact the event planner and consult the updated information online.
  • terra mineralia as well as the collection at Krügerhaus are currently closed to the public.
  • The Silberbergwerk Freiberg is closed until further notice.
  • The Study Information Centre SIZ is closed until further notice.
  • Applicants at TU Freiberg are asked not to visit the campus and to contact the person named in the job advertisement.

News

View into the dining hall of the canteen
After 2 weeks of "Mensa To Go" the Studentenwerk Freiberg will also open the dining hall of the canteen from 18 May. This means that lunch can once again be taken directly on site. Although the range of food on offer will remain limited for the time being, it will be varied. … weiterlesen

Calculator and money pile
The corona aid fund now offers help to those in need. The new fund has an initial volume of 40,000 Euros provided in equal shares by the Society of Friends „Freunde und Förderer der TU Bergakademie Freiberg e. V.“, Sparkasse Mittelsachsen, Dr. Erika Krüger and Prof. Dr. Klaus-Dieter Barbknecht. … weiterlesen

View of the canteen in Freiberg.
The canteen of the Studentenwerk Freiberg has thought of an alternative meal for the start of some of the university's classroom events. From 4 May onwards, students and staff of the TU Bergakademie Freiberg will be able to choose from several dishes to take away every day. … weiterlesen

Main building of TU Bergakademie Freiberg
The Summer semester will mainly proceed through remote instruction. From May 4 onwards few in-person classes, such as labs or tutorials, will be resumed in small groups. Research staff will slowly return to experimental facilities, administrative employees will mainly continue to work remotely. … weiterlesen

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