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Contacts & Location

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Professor Sergio Rasmann

Université de Neuchâtel
Institut de biologie
Laboratoire d'écologie fonctionnelle
Rue Emile-Argand 11
CH-2000 Neuchâtel
Switzerland

Tel: +41 (0)32 71 82337  
e-mail: sergio.rasmann@unine.ch

Office: D 225

 

Coordination Office 

Academic Coordinator : Dr Pauline Fritsch-Maury (40%)

Administrative Coordinator : Mrs Sabrina Bloch (40%)  

contact both of us by e-mail: Organismal.Biology@unine.ch

Working days:

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  • Monday full day, at the university

  • Wednesday morning, home office

  • Thursday morning, at the university

 

Who should you ask in case of questions ? Very simple :

To Pauline, all questions about:

  • registration to the doctoral program and end of PhD certificate
  • overview and mid-thesis reports
  • ECTS
  • travel or mobility grant requests
  • suggestions of activities (workshops), questions about workshops content, evaluation of activities (your feedback)

 

To Sabrina, all questions about:
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  • registration to an activity, waiting list, cancellation of registration
  • certificate of attendance for an activity
  • travel reimbursement and other accounting questions
  • activity logistic (date, venue, catering, hotel, …)

 

Not sure? No worries, just write to both of us at organismal.biology@unine.ch and one of us will reply to you ! :)

 

Postal address:

Université de Neuchâtel

Interuniversity Doctoral Program in Organismal Biology
Rue Emile-Argand 11
CH-2000 Neuchâtel (Switzerland)
Tel: +41 (0)32 718 2502

Office : Rue Emile-Argand 11, office D 313  (building D  (North-West), 3rd floor)
 

How to find us

Click on the building number 21 (Faculty of Science - UniMail - rue Emile-Argand 11):

  • to see a picture of the building + Streetview
  • to plan your itinerary (by foot, by bus, by car)
  • to print / enlarge the map

From the railway station (bus stop Neuchâtel, gare):

Bus number 107 (direction Hauterive) to bus stop Portes-Rouges. Then cross the bridge.

By foot: 15 min walk.
South side (almost no traffic): turn left, walk straight on along the buildings (HES ARC) which are along the tracks, pass the "passerelle", go down, at the bottom turn right and walk up hill.
North side: turn right, walk along the tracks (same direction as bus 107) until a crossing, turn right below the rails, then immediately after turn left and walk up hill.