Normal Opening Hours
Monday - Thursday 9 - 16
Closed for lunch 11 - 12
Telephone: 08 / 16 45 12, kl. 9-11, 12-16.
Before you visit our research library please contact us by e-mail or call us beforehand to check that the book is on the shelf.
Librarians: Lennart Eklind and Margaretha Strandberg
Lilla biblioteket (Textbook Collection)
House 5 hall 21
Opening hours spring 2014
Monday 11 - 13
Tuesday 11 - 13
Thursday 11 - 13
Friday 11 - 12.30
Phone 08-16 45 11
The Library as a place of study
The Mathematics Library offers 20 study areas, all of which are individual. Wireless networking is available throughout the library and there are also two desktop search computers for researchers. There is a copier in the library and another in the library building which can also handle printing and scanning.
The small library
The library does not have any reading places. In other parts of the library building there are several areas with reading places for students. Lecture rooms can also be used when there is no teaching in progress.
Arrangements are being made to provide a quiet reading room.
To borrow books from Mathematics Library you need a library card from the University Library. More information about loans can be found under the heading Borrow on the Library website.
Books and journals not kept at the Mathematics Library can be borrowed from other libraries if you are a student, researcher, lecturer or staff member at Stockholm University. However, as a student, you are not eligible for interlibrary loans of material that is available at another library in the greater Stockholm area.
Interlibrary loans are requested via firstname.lastname@example.org
Read more about Interlibrary loans at the University Library.
You are welcome to send your purchase suggestions to email@example.com
The small Mathematics Library is located in Building 5 and has reference copies of all literature at undergraduate level.
Journals and research reports
Here is a list of the Mathematics Library's journals. Here you will find research papers, theses and dissertations at the Department of Mathematics.
Updated: Thursday, February 06, 2014