University has plenty of rooms for students' use. There are workshop rooms, room for researchers and room for the students working with their theses. Reservation times can vary from workshop room's three hours to researcher's room six month's reservations. Reservations are made mainly via Outlook calendar or Origo service desk.
Workshop room reservation policy
- Only one valid reservation per person
- Reservations are made online via the Outlook calendar, which are checked and accepted by Origo Service Desk duty officer. If the reservation cannot be accepted, Origo Desk duty officer will reject the reservation/suggest another time.
- Workshop rooms may be reserved for 3 hours at a time
- Reservations are made with the student's full name and the person who reserves the room should also send invitations the other group members
- Workshop rooms can be reserved for max. 3 hours, except for weekends it is possible to have the whole weekend with one reservation. The weekend reservations begin at 15:00 and last until next Monday 8:00, if needed.
- The keys to the workshop rooms are available at the Origo service desk (mostly for evening and weekend reservations, otherwise the doors are kept open). The keys can be returned to the mailbox nearby workshop rooms (by next morning 8:00 or in weekend reservations by 8:00 on Monday)
- If the room is released before the reservation time ends, please inform Origo service desk, so that the room is available for other students' reservations
- If you don't pick up the key within the first 15 minutes of your reservation the reservation is cancelled
- Instructions for making the reservation via Webmail or Outlook
Workshop rooms in the library basement (floor 2) for LUT and Saimia students
- DOPPLER 1295-B (two computers, four person meeting table = six seats)
- EINSTEIN 1297 (two computers, four person meeting table = six seats)
- FARADAY 1298-A (two computers, four person meeting table = six seats)
- GALILEI 1298-C (two computers, four person meeting table = six seats)
7th building group workrooms (floor 4) for LUT students
- ALFA 7434 (two computers, four person meeting table = six seats)
- BETA 7435 (two computers, four person meeting table = six seats)
- GAMMA 7436 (two computers, four person meeting table = six seats)
- DELTA 7437 (two computers, four person meeting table = six seats)
7th building computer classrooms (floor 4, reservations via Facility services)
- COSINI 7430 (18 students +teacher's computer, computers are equipped with headsets, 2 data canons, video conference equipment for teaching purposes / IP and ISDN connections, printer, document camera)
- SINI 7439 (17 students + teacher's computer, 1 data cannon, computers are equipped with headsets, document camera)
7th building video conference room
- Conference room 7515, for video conferencing only
- Reservations are made online via the Outlook calendar (only the staff can make reservations)
Academic research rooms
- More information and reservations from firstname.lastname@example.org
- MOTIVAATIO 7433 (2 seats for LUT's researchers)
- THESIS 1294 (8 seats for LUT and Saimia students working on their theses)
24/7 use of rooms
- Outside of the opening hours, you can enter to the library with your magnetic key.
- The workshop rooms (Alfa, Beta, Gamma, Delta, Doppler, Einstein, Faraday and Galilei) are available for evening and weekend use. Please, contact the Origo service desk for reservations.
- Computer classrooms Sini and Cosini are available for evening and weekend use, if there is not on going teaching. Enter by using your magnetic key.
- 7th building's lobby area and meeting tables can be also used 24/7. Enter by using your magnetic key.
- When the library is closed, please use the route via the 7th building: Gallery lobby ==> 7th building passage next to the glasswall ==> up to the 4th floor and towards the library.