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Dr. Gerrit Grenzebach

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Finding and Using

Printed works relating to the Subject of Physics are primarily located in the Branch Library Heide-Süd (Ha 4). Older holdings are shelved in stacks and therefore only accessible for use in the reading room. The holdings as well as their locations can be researched via the ULB catalogues.


Current literature is largely obtained electronically (e-books, e-journals, databases) and thus is accessible within the university wifi or via VPN. Here, too, the ULB catalogues provide an entry point for research and access.

Collection of Subject-Relevant Links


Electronically available journals of the specific subject are indexed in the Electronic Journals Library (EZB).


For researching subject-specific literature you can use various databases, which can be found by researching the Database Information System (DBIS) of the ULB.

Informations regarding Open Science

Open Access in the subject of Physics

Subject-Specific Services

FAIRmat – FAIR data infrastructure for condensed matter physics and chemical physics of solids
DAPHNE4NFDI – DAta from PHoton and NEutron Experiments
PUNCH4NFDI – Particles, universe, nuclei and hadrons for the NFDI

Please remember to activate the VPN connection when researching outside of reach of the university wifi.

History and Profiling of the Subject

The Institute of Physics is currently represented by 20 professorships and includes Theoretical and Experimental Physics.


The Institute of Physics offers the study programme Physics as undergraduates, graduates as well as teaching programme for secondary schools and grammar schools. Furthermore, there is the study programme of Medical Physics (B.Sc./M.Sc.). Additionally, there are subject overlaps and cooperations with, for example,the departments of computer sciences, mathematics and medicine.