The completion of the large-scale renovation work on Building D has created extra study places for students in the Science Park. As of 29 September students will be able to book these new study places that will be managed by the Library.
Seating capacity has been reduced to comply with the coronavirus measures, meaning that a total of 33 extra study places are currently available. As soon as the originally planned layout can be restored, 114 study places will be available. The Library will make the new study places available via the reservation system.
Suspended study islands
There are three study islands suspended from the ceiling in the hall, each of which can be accessed from the first-floor corridor of Building D (through-route between Buildings C and F). The study places have been furnished in collaboration with the University Library. Faculty of Science students chose the seating themselves in a test set-up in the faculty library.
The new study places are suitable for lengthy sessions of concentrated work and students can reserve them in advance from this week.