VMP - University Politics in the D-MATH and D-PHYS

One of the VMP's most important fields of activity is university politics. This includes evaluations of lectures every semester, conferences regarding various topics and issues and the representation of student's concerns.

Further Information:

If you have got any questions for us or are interested in being a part of the university politics committee, just contact us at hopo@vmp.ethz.ch.


Spokespeople

There are spokespeople for all lectures in the first year. They are your contact persons for problems or wishes regarding the lectures.

The spokespeople for this semester (FS20) are:

For Physics II: Faye Dinh and Andrey Bryutkin (Mathematics), Paul Sander and Frederic Jorgensen (Physics), Christoph Gruber (PCN)

For Numerical Methods: - (directly contact Nadine Nussbaumer)

For Numerical Mathematics: Michal Mikuta, Eva Palomino Baez Oliveira Soares

For Analysis II: Tabea Pawlitschko (Physics), Sofia Lanfranchi (PCN), Micha Mikuta (Mathematics)

For Linear Algebra II: Micha Mikuta (Mathematics), Johannes Eberle (Physics)


HoPoKo - university politics committee

The university politics committee (short "HoPoKo") meets up 2-3 times per semester, everyone interested in university politics (i.e. lecture evaluations, changes of the curriculum, etc.) can participate. This meetings are led by the university politics board members of the VMP and address all important topics at D-MATH and D-PHYS. All mathematics and physics students are dearly invited to join these meetings and the discussions!

If you are interested in joining us, just send an e-mail to hopo@vmp.ethz.ch so we can keep you updated!


Regulations


Organisation Ordinance ETHZ (as of 01.01.2020)

Here you can find the regulations of all the different study programs of D-MATH and D-PHYS (most of them are in german as they are legally binding documents):

2018
Subject Physics Mathematics CSE Statistics
Reglement BSc Physics Mathematics CSE (2016) CSE (2018)
Reglement MSc Physics Mathematics CSE Statistics
GO Departement D-PHYS D-MATH D-MATH D-MATH

(GO = Departemental Internal Regulations)