The publication of the documents was, actually, only after the completion of the dismissal procedure, informed the ETH Zurich on Wednesday. Since the media have been cited extensively from the confidential documents, the wool act, the resulting "asymmetry of information".
Anonymised in the final report of the administrative investigation of the behavior of the Professor as well as the recommendation of the competent Commission was published. The dismissal of the Professor of the former Institute for astronomy had been requested by the school Board a few weeks ago at the ETH-Council.
the basis for the request formed the now-published documents. The rash, the "identified serious failure of the ETH Board on the one hand behavior over a longer period of time". In addition, the Professor in the whole process, oblivious to this, and any misconduct was also aware of today.
employees in a disrespectful
treated by an independent Person led administrative investigation from the Professor a catastrophic testimony. Your leadership style have stood in clear contradiction to the requirements of the ETH. In dealing with the employees, it would have had the Professor on the necessary respect. Also you have charged to doctoral students with a high pressure, the expectation of constant accessibility, exaggerated controls, and sudden changes of direction.
in Addition, I asked the Professor greater demands on employees than to employees. Finally, you've applied to "already unsettled employees" additional pressure by you have pushed extensions of the contracts of employment.
The Commission on the Review of the appropriateness of the dismissal the view of the Executive Board shares only in part. The three internal and three external professors composite panel recommends to refrain from a dismissal of the Professor. At the same time you had to say, but the supervision of doctoral students or to allow, at most, only as a Co-Advisor. Further, the Commission proposes to the Professor a probationary period. In addition, the researcher coach.
Created: 10.04.2019, 19:52 PM