As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the University of Denver is keeping students, faculty, staff, alumni and neighbors fully informed through our COVID-19 website and other means. In compliance with the stay-at-home orders in Denver and Colorado, we are delivering all of our classes online. Access to our buildings and grounds is restricted to essential staff and the small number of students still living in our residence halls.
As of July 31, the University of Denver has never had an outbreak of COVID-19. The CDPHE defines an outbreak as two or more confirmed cases Of COVID-19 in a “facility group” with onset in a 14-day period. Since April 12, we have had 8 confirmed positive cases at DU. None of these individuals worked in the same building or group on our 125-acre campus. The last reported positive was July 29.
Shorter duration (approximately 150-200h) experimental/theoretical or numerical/computational projects (“Studienarbeit” or “Projektarbeit”) will be used to develop experience solving limited-scale problems.
In addition to the projects mentioned below always feel free to ask the FDS-Staff for projects on other topics.
All students need to provide us with a student placement agreement signed by a representative of the university/high school. Therefore, students must be registered at a school/university during their entire period at imec.
and section 21 (1) of Copyright Law of the Republic of Latvia:
“It being mandatory that the title of the work and the name of the author to be used are indicated and that the provisions of Sections 14 and 18 of this Law are observed, it is permitted to reproduce works communicated to the public and published in the form of quotations and fragments for scientific, research, polemical, critical purposes, as well as use in news broadcasts and reports of current events to the extent justified by the purpose.”