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The Dissertation Service accepts dissertations approved by the doctoral committee as part of the scientific defense and “Habilitationsschriften” (post-doctoral theses) on behalf of the University Library. It acknowledges the receipt, publishes the theses, and enters them into the appropriate bibliographic databases.

For all other further information on doctoral degrees please contact the Center for Junior Scholars (CJS, formerly: TU-DOC Office for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Services) at TU Berlin and your respective Faculty-Service-Center.

Publishing Dissertations

According to § 9 (2) of the Regulations for Doctorates at TU Berlin, the scientific community must be given appropriate access to a dissertation after completing the scientific defense. 

"Access" means that the version approved by the Doctoral Committee must be delivered to the University Library free of charge in one of the following forms to ensure proper dissemination:

Online-Publishing on DepositOnce

15 print copies in dissertation print

3 Publisher copies

Cumulative Dissertations

For thesis by publication (cumulative dissertations), there are additional information.

Publishing Post-doctoral Theses (Habilitation)

The publishing of post-doctoral theses is subject to the regulations of the specific Faculty (in German only):
Habilitationsordnungen der TU Berlin

If the habilitation regulations of your Faculty require the post-doctoral thesis to be submitted to the University Library, please follow the checklist below:
Checklist for publishing a habilitation thesis

Further Information

Dissertation Service of the University Library

Address Fasanenstr. 88
10623 Berlin
ConsultationFor requests we are at your disposal by phone and e-mail.
Jutta KruseTel.: +49 30 314-76128
Lisa BernsteinTel.: +49 30 314-76458


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