Good scientific practice
All TUM-GS members are required to comply with principles of good scientific practice. This is a basic requirement in the supervision agreement and a prerequisite for sound research and science.
TUM has adopted guidelines to ensure good scientific practice(link is external) . They implement the Code recommendations of the German Research Foundation(link is external) (DFG) and underscore the crucial importance of both the principles of quality in German research and of research at TUM.
MGC offers courses on Good scientific practice which every doctoral candidate starting after 2017 is obliged to take, preferably in the first 6 months after starting the project. You can book the course through your Doc-GS account(link is external).
More information about the importance of keeping good scientific practice(link is external) from the TUM Graduate School.
TUM Graduate School also offers answers(link is external) (FAQ) on the most commonly asked questions about the good scientific practice.
As the last resort, TUM offers the instance of TUM ombudspeople(link is external) (withing the Compliance office) as your contact partners for any questions or complaints regarding academic misconduct. In serious cases they initiate official investigation proceedings.