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Physics Library

Here you can find the Physics Library's opening hours and contact information.

Building. Photo: Helena Bergqvist.

Opening hours in term

Monday to Friday 09:00–16:00.

Additional opening hours

Students and staff of the Department of Physics and the Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics have 24-hour access to the library. Access is by LU Card only. There is a self-service terminal where you can borrow library books when library staff are not available. It is also possible to return books via a return box when the library is unstaffed.

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Contact us

Telephone: +46 46 222 77 79
Email: fysikbiblioteket [at] science [dot] lu [dot] se (fysikbiblioteket@science.lu.se)
Address: Professorsgatan 1, Lund
Postal address: Box 118, 221 00 Lund
Internal mail: Service point 14

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Contact information for the librarians

About the library

The Physics Library provides resources and services to students and staff of the Department of Physics, the Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics, the Division of Medical Radiation Physics, the MAX IV Laboratory, and to library users from outside the university.

The Physics Library specialises in all areas of physics. We also have a small collection of literature about gender perspectives in physics and a collection of novels, poems, and children’s books with a connection to physics. We also have general interest books on topics such as the history of science, popular science, and study techniques. For example, you can read up on how to structure a thesis or write an article.

The library provides access to digital and hard copy resources and databases. We also offer support and guidance in information retrieval, reference management, and scientific publishing.

The Physics Library has quiet study spaces and study spaces for group work.