Publication of the Dissertation

After the colloquium has been passed, the dissertation has to be published within one year. The BayNAT director has to approve the printing of the dissertation. He may request changes in the manuscript following the reviewer's suggestions. The  application form can be received at the dean's office.

The final version has to be in accordance with the contents of the manuscript, for which the printing permission was given (statement in written form). Any changes of the manuscript whether big or small mistakes, formatting modifications as well as figure and picture revisions have to be approved by the reviewers of the dissertation.


Options for Publication

Usually the dissertation is published as an electronic version through the university library. It may also be done in printed form or as a book. The publication has to be proved to the director within one year after the colloquium.

A. Electronic Version: 

Dissertations may be published on the EPUB-Document-Server of UBT. Data format and data carrier have to be agreed upon with the contact persons in the university library.

Dissertations from PEER should be published on the EPUB-Server under Research Institutions "BayCEER". That way the graduates have the benefit that their publications can be found easier during a topic search and can be cited formal with the DOI. Coordination and guidelines at the BayCEER Office.

B. Printed Version:

  1. If the graduate wishes to self-publish and print the dissertation thesis, she/he needs to hand in 40 copies of the thesis at the Dean's Office, also possible in DIN A5 format.

  2. Six copies (respectively reprints of the original dissertation) are sufficient, if the dissertation is published by a publisher with a run of at least 150 copies in booktrade, as monograph, in a series or essentially unabridged as an article in a science journal. 

In this context the "Bayreuther Forum Ökologie" can be used as a series. Publications in this series can be ordered via the Internet.

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