Which parts of the doctoral thesis are subject to specific requirements?
Specifications usually apply to the front and reverse sides of the title page. The term ‘title page’ is NOT the same thing as the book cover/cover/cover page. A title page is the first or second page (if the book has an empty page (half-title) of a book. This page contains bibliographic information, which may also appear on the cover of the book.
In case of publishing your thesis as a book, you are able to choose your own layout for the title page, or you can use the specifications for the electronic publication as a guide. It is important, however, to state that it is the publication of a thesis, listing the place in which the thesis was written and the name of the university as the ‘Technische Universität Darmstadt’.
This information must be printed on the reverse side of the title page.
- What does ‘released in book stores’ mean?
- Can a doctoral thesis be modified once it has been published on TUprints?
- Can a document that has been published in TUprints be withdrawn or ‘unpublished’?
- Which type of license is the most appropriate for diffusing my research results?
- Is there any financial support available for the publication of my thesis?
- How is a doctoral thesis published?
- What does ‘versioning’ mean with respect to a doctoral thesis and how does it work?
- Does the ISBN prove that the thesis has been distributed to book stores?
- Does a printed copy of the doctoral thesis need to be filed in the departmental office’s archives?
- When, where and how does the electronic version need to be submitted?
- Titel Page Specifications
- Declaration to doctoral thesis and transfer of rights
- Doctoral Regulations
- Special provisions of the departments