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This part of the webpage contains information for the assistants.

Please note that experiments will take place on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday afternoon in the spring semester 2024. Please check this webpage regularly for updates. Thank you for your cooperation.

Important dates you should have in your calender are the following:

  1. AP Welcome Event | What is the AP like?
    Wednesday, February 28th, 2024 at 9:00 | Uferstrasse 90, Basel

    General information about your job in the upcoming semester, an introduction to lab safety, and possibility for you to ask your questions. Afterwards, there is time to do the experiment(s) you will be responsible for. Who? This event is mandatory for new AP coaches, while coaches that have already been part of the AP team in the past do not need to come. A personal invitation will follow by email. I am looking forward to seeing you!
    How to get there: Directions to Uferstrasse, Site Plan (both in German), or check the General Information (English).
  2. AP Correction Event | Guidelines on how to correct a protocol
    Wednesday, March 6th, 2024 at 11:00 | online via ZOOM

    There will be a presentation with guidelines on how to correct protocols, then we will look at some examples and talk about the "AP error calculation". A short discussion will follow. Moreover, you will get information about the safety features of our lab rooms at Uferstrasse. We will also discuss the corona health protection concept. Who? This event is mandatory for all AP coaches.
  3. First regular AP experiments | Let's start!
    Monday, March 11th, 2024 at 13:00 | Uferstrasse 90, Basel

    From now on there will be AP experiments you have to supervise on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday afternoon following your personal schedule (will be published no later than the end of the second week of the semester).

Please read the handout General Information carefully before the semester starts. It contains information about your job as an AP assistant, shows where the AP lab is situated, informs you about your duties before and during the semester, tells you how to correct the students lab reports, and so on.

The checklist is meant to be understood as a guideline on how to correct protocols.

Of course, there are no AP experiments taking place on holidays such as Easter Monday, or Dies Academicus etc.

If you have any further questions please contact .