(A) Finances: Rules & Regulations
If writing to email@example.com, please choose from the following list of keywords for your e-mail subject line as only e-mails with a meaningful and suitable subject line will be processed:
- FUNDING + publication
Invoices to RTG by others & Payment of invoices
(e.g., invoices from publishers/journals for your open access publication)
(1) Recipent of invoices:
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
c/o Berlin School of Mind and Brain
Unter den Linden 6
(2) Note: The invoice must include the following Reference No: PSP D.01104.00.511000
(3) To Do: Ask for the invoice to be sent on paper to the above postal address and/or as a PDF to: firstname.lastname@example.org
(4) To Do: In order for the RTG management to be able to instruct an invoice for payment, the RTG management also needs you to provide the accompanying explanatory documentation for the transaction (compiled in one PDF called: Yourlastname_YYMMDD), including acceptance letter by journal as well as mock-up of pagination (if available). Send your documentation file to: email@example.com
Note: The speed of the financial transaction (which needs to be endorsed by the RTG Management, the clerk in the third-party funding dept. of HU, and by the central HU finance dept.) is directly dependent on the completeness and comprehensibility of your documentation.
The HU VAT No / Umsatzsteuernummer HU Berlin
The HU Bank Account (for payments to RTG account)
Recipient: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Bank: Berliner Bank, Niederlassung der Deutsche Bank PGK AG
IBAN: DE95 1007 0848 0512 6206 01 (international payees must also know this BIC: DEUTDEDB110)
Reference for transaction: PSP D.01104.00.511000
(B) DFG Rules and Regulations for Your Publication
The DFG requires the following reference to their funding (in either the German or the English versions exactly -- this includes spaces and lack of spaces -- as listed below):
Gefördert durch die Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) - 337619223 / GRK2386
Funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) - 337619223 / RTG2386
As far as your university affiliations are concerned:
The rule is that you must mention Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin as one of your affiliations if you sit here in Luisenstraße 56 or in other Humboldt-Universität buildings and/or use Humboldt-Universität-/RTG-managed facilities and services (such as during the teaching program, for soft-skill courses, conflict consultation, travel expenses, equipment, research support, etc.), irrespective whether your employment is with Humboldt-Universität or with Charité or with Magdeburg University. I.e., this applies to all of the doctoral candidates!
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!), and all faculties and institutes have their own official English translations.
The informaton below is presented in accordance with the Humboldt-Universität policy agreement (PDF, German and English) dated September 2020.
These are the affiliations that we foresee for the members of the three RTG cohorts:
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Faculty of Life Sciences, Department of Psychology
(for groups DZIOBEK, FILEVICH, KALTWASSER)
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy
(for groups PAUEN, PERLER)
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Faculty of Philosophy, Berlin School of Mind and Brain
(for groups HAYNES, WALTER, LYRE, FINK, VILLRINGER)
CHARITÉ and OVGU MAGDEBURG affiliations
The rule is that you must mention Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin as one of your affiliations if you sit here in Luisenstraße 56 or in other Humboldt-Universität buildings and/or use Humboldt-Universität-/RTG-managed facilities and services (such as during the teaching program, for soft-skill courses, conflict consultation, travel expenses, equipment, research support, etc.), irrespective whether your employment is with Humboldt-Universität or with Charité or with Magdeburg University.