Information & communication at Ångström Laboratory

Information for employees, students and visitors in the public areas at Ångström Laboratory is part of Campus Management’s responsibilities. In addition to services such as notice boards, digital information screens and providing poster screens, Ångström Laboratory houses equipment such as copiers, projectors and video conferencing solutions. Use the links below to find complete information about the services:

Notice boards

Campus Management handles the public notice boards at Ångström Laboratory. All notices are removed from the boards on the last working day of the month. Staplers may not be used, please use thumbtacks. You can get thumbstacks at the reception.

The notice boards are intended for posters that are linked to education, research and student activities at Uppsala University. All forms of commercial advertising are prohibited.

Posting is only allowed at referred notice boards. At the slightest uncertainty, feel free to ask the reception about what notice boards you are allowed to post at. It is not allowed to put posters on walls, doors, ceilings, floors, pillars, fixtures, windows, entrance glass nor in lifts. 

Under no circumstances can the content of the notice be considered to have elements of the following points:

  • constitute infringement of copyright, trademark rights or other intellectual property rights
  • contain elements of pornography, violence or incitement to racial hatred
  • contravene law, regulation, government instructions, usage or custom such as the Marketing Act and good marketing practice.

Posters that do not comply with current rules for posting at notice boards will be removed.

All departments are responsible for their own notice boards within their own premises. The Uppsala Union of Engineering and Science Students (UTN) and its subdivisions are responsible for the notice boards allocated to them.

Please respect the rules and instructions for each notice board. See also Uppsala University’s rules and guidelines for posting notices (in Swedish only).

Rules for posting
  • posting is only allowed at referred notice boards
  • posters can be up for a maximum of one month
  • commercial advertising and offensive content is prohibited
  • only post one copy of your notice on the notice board
  • use thumbtacks, staplers are not allowed. You can get thumbstacks at the reception
  • do not cover another poster when putting up yours.

Poster screens

Poster screens are mobile pin boards that are used, for example, to pin up posters with presentations of student projects at exhibitions. Campus Management has two alternatives for poster screens:

  • paper screens in three sections that are 190 cm high x 79 cm wide per section
  • poster screens with an aluminium frame for dimensions of 1005 x 1400 mm.

Poster screens can be booked at the reception. Note that posters are to be pinned up on the screens and that the poster screens may not be removed from Ångström Laboratory. Uppsala University/Academic Conferences have poster screens for rental outside the campus area.

Library services

Ångström Laboratory houses the Ångström Library, one of many subject libraries at Uppsala University. The library provides service to students and staff at Uppsala University, but the public can also access large parts of the library’s collections and services. The library is also home to Ångström Makerspace.

Digital information screens

The digital information screens at Ångström Laboratory provide information where the University is the sender and students, employees and visitors are the target audience. Campus Management administers the public information screens at Ångström Laboratory. In addition, there are information screens associated with certain divisions, departments and other defined areas.

Public information screens at Ångström Laboratory

Campus Management has placed digital information screens at the main entrances to Ångström Laboratory. In addition to these, there are public information screens on the second floors of Buildings 1, 2 and 4 at the Information Technology Centre (ITC).

Advertising on the information screens: Contact AV support if you want to advertise on the public information screens, no later than one week before the event, for planning and if you require any assistance with the production of information materials. Other information screens are administered by the division or department where they are placed.

Copying & print-outs

To copy, print or scan documents on the public printers at Ångström Laboratory, you need an access card, which you then link to eduPrint, Uppsala University’s common print and copying system for students and employees. You can find additional information about how this works through the links below.

If you experience problems with eduPrint, contact

Binding and lamination

Binding of reports, degree projects and the like is offered by the reception. The binding is done with adhesive binders that have a transparent front page. Flyleaves for degree projects are provided.

Currently, binding costs SEK 20 per page. Laminating costs SEK 15 per page. (maximum size, A3).

Uppsala University’s Graphic Services

Uppsala University’s Graphic Services assists departments and units with printed matter, from original idea to finished product. You can turn to Graphic Services for assignments of all sizes, from design, advice, pricing and cost enquiries to printing contacts. See information about the staff under Graphic Services in the Employee Portal.

Poster printing

Employees at any of Ångström Laboratory departments can order poster prints by mailing It is possible to print up to poster format A0 (1184x841 mm) on two different printing papers:

  • HP Premium Instant-dry Gloss Photo Paper
  • HP Professional Matte Canvas

If you need to fold your poster, for example when traveling, the paper HP Professional Matte Canvas is recommended. There are poster tubes available that you can buy from Campus Management.

How to order your poster

Mail your order to with the document you want printed as an attached file to the mail.

  • Save the document you want printed in file format PPT or PDF.
  • The dimensions of the document need to match the dimensions you want the poster to have. Feel free to use the ready-made templates in PowerPoint for the sizes A0A1A2A3 and 70x50 cm.
  • Please check your document carefully so pictures, graphics and logotypes look good.

In the mail you provide the following information:

  • contact person
  • department to be invoiced
  • project number/other marking
  • size of poster (for example A0, A1, 70x50 cm)
  • type of printing paper
  • number of prints
  • desired delivery date.

Delivery time during the summer

During the period 26 June - 14 July the poster printing service will have limited possibilites of taking orders. Delivery times will also be longer than usual.

During the period 17 July - 13 August the poster printing service is closed. Ordering prints during this period is not possible.

Delivery time

Prints are made continuously. Orders recieved on working days before 4 pm are usually ready to be picked up the following working day. If you want to print a number of different posters you need to mail your order at least seven working days in advance. During holiday periods, the delivery time may be longer.

You will be notified by mail when the poster is ready. You can then pick it up from the AV room (room 10202). 

Please contact if you have any questions.


Uppsala University’s teleservice is part of University IT Services, which is responsible for the administrative element of telephony services. The division offers employees help with fixed and mobile service telephony. Additional information about telephony is available in the Employee Portal.

Phone numbers of employees and specific units at Ångström Laboratory can be found at

Conference phones

There are conference phones in Beurlingrummet (rum 10238), Mellanrummet (rum 10234) and in Rosetta (rum 10239). Equipment can also be borrowed at the reception. The phones work differently, so it is a good idea to determine if the equipment meets your needs before your meeting. Contact AV support if you need any help.

Video conferencing

In collaboration with the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Uppsala University has installed a number of video conferencing facilities at various campus areas. The aim is to provide wide access to video conferencing for our departments, both for teaching and for research and administration. The facilities may be used by all employees and cost nothing to use beyond any rent for premises.

1. Before your video conference meeting

At Ångström Laboratory there are a number of mobile video conferencing units. Two are located in the AV room (room 10202) at Ångström Laboratory and one is located in the meeting room 2414b at ITC.

At Ångström Laboratory, there are two types of mobile video conferencing systems. One carriage consist of a screen, a microphone, and a camera, and is used independently from your computer to connect to a video conference call (the meeting is set up via the instructions below).

One carriage is equipped with an e-meeting system that provides a camera, speakers and a microphone, but which requires computer to connect to a meeting (through software such as Zoom).

2. Book your video conference meeting

Connection support is available by contacting AV support. ITC staff can create a case report in Bugzilla to obtain help. Be sure to contact support well in advance of your booked meeting.

3. After your video conference meeting

The equipment must be returned to the room where it is stored the same day and connected after use (note: connect both power and network cables). The video conferencing equipment must be booked for the entire time the equipment is not in its room.

Exhibitions and art

Departments at Ångström Laboratory can display and market their activities and results in various forms in the public parts of the buildings. The Art and Presentation Group considers and assesses individual requests from the departments.

Information in the public areas is primarily communicated through already established channels, such as pin boards, digital information screens or what are known as pavement signs/stands. Posting various pieces of paper/information in non-designated places is not allowed. Campus Management provides the necessary equipment, pavement signs/stands, etc. Suggestions from units/departments on new/alternative methods/systems are handled by the Art and Presentation Group.

Requests for exhibitions/presentations/marketing in public areas are assessed by the Art and Presentation Group. Such consent is to be in writing and for a limited time. If a permanent installation is required (such as for electricity for lighting) or it's an installation that may cause damage to the property, permission from the property owner needs to be obtained first. This is done through Campus Management. Uncertainties regarding costs associated with the above are resolved in consultation with Campus Management.

When you want to put up a notice, exhibit something or make a presentation in the common premises:

  • turn to the reception if it is for a short time, such as a few hours or a day, they will help you book a space for your exhibitions and provides poster screens
  • contact the Art and Presentation Group if it will be for a longer period.
Last modified: 2023-06-21