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Commission for Scientific Integrity and Ethics

The Commission for Scientific Integrity and Ethics is the first point of call for members of TU Graz who have questions about correct academic behaviour.

The Commission

  • provides students and employees with confidential advice in the case of conflicts about academic misconduct.
  • provides internal clarification on whether there has been an instance of academic misconduct.
Johann Götschl, Source: Götschl
Johann Götschl, Chairperson of the Commission for Scientific Integrity and Ethics at TU Graz

Academic honesty and transparency are essential requirements of academic work. Information overload and an increasing pressure to perform bring with them the risk of consciously or unconsciously losing sight of academic integrity. TU Graz wishes to ensure academic integrity and diligence, and is therefore dedicated to the principles of good academic practice.

Contact

Johann GÖTSCHL
Hon. Prof. Univ. Prof. Dr. phil.
Head
Mobile: +43 676 7026547
johann.goetschlnoSpam@uni-graz.at


Members

Commission for Scientific Integrity and Ethics of TU Graz in TUGRAZonline 

The Commission for Scientific Integrity and Ethics at TU Graz is made up of 12 members who are nominated and then appointed by the Rector of TU Graz.

Basis

The principles of everyday research can be found in the Guidelines on Safeguarding Good Scientific Practice at TU Graz. The tasks and organisational structure of the Commission are regulated in § 8.

Information in the Intranet TU4U

For students of TU Graz:
Commission for Scientific Integrity and Ethics

For employees of TU Graz:
Commission for Scientific Integrity and Ethics