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Your affiliation in publications

The rule is that if you are a full doctoral or postdoctoral member of the Berlin School of Mind and Brain (M&B) or sit in our offices in Luisenstraße 56 as a research group member or use Humboldt-Universität-/M&B-managed facilities and services, you must mention Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and the Berlin School of Mind and Brain as one of your affiliations.

This applies also to doctoral candidates matriculated or employed at FU Berlin, TU Berlin, Charité, Max Planck institutes, etc.
 
As a general rule: Please do not invent institutional translations! “Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin” is always “Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin” (there is no accepted English version!), whereas the faculties and institutes at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin have official English translations.

So this is what you should list as your affiliation:

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Berlin School of Mind and Brain

or:

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Faculty of Philosophy, Berlin School of Mind and Brain


Please note that with regards to previous communications, in 2020 the order was changed and the faculty was added (optional). This was done in accordance with a new policy agreement (download below, in German and English), dated September 2020, which gives a lot of examples.

Policy on institutional affiliation in research publications (download pdf 2.5 MB)
(Affiliation guideline of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)


Remember: You will also have a number of other affiliations to mention. Please discuss this with your supervisors!

DAAD-funded doctoral candidates (and doctoral candidates funded by other external funding agencies) may have to mention their funding source - please check your DAAD papers or ask your contact persons in the funding agencies.

 

 
This page last updated on: 06 January 2022