Ångström Laboratory reception
The reception at Ångström Laboratory provides information and services for visitors, students and staff.
You find the reception in Building 10 on the ground floor
Opening Hours: Weekdays 08:00–16:00
Hours may change for holidays, see up to date opening hours here.
Staff: Malin Norrman och Alexander Kirsebom
Phone: 018-471 31 03
- Information and referrals
- Sales of writing pads and the University’s profile products and gift items
- Lamination of sign and other paper products
- Binding of degree projects and other paper products
- Providing students with certificates of enrolment
- Help with one-time codes for wireless network
- Lending of presentation-/loan computer, adapters, extension cords and laser pointers.
The reception can handle certain types of bookings of premises or equipment. Other bookings of premises and equipment take place via TimeEdit; see more information on our bookings page.
- Exhibition areas in Building 1 and Building 10 (floor 0) and poster screens for exhibitions are booked at the reception.
- Teaching rooms and lecture halls can be booked here only if project numbers can be reported. The current booking status for these premises can be found in TimeEdit.
Book a room for a conference or meeting
As an employee, you can book meeting rooms in TimeEdit.
For larger events, the reception can help you book a room for a conference or meeting. In TimeEdit's schedule search you can see when the rooms are vacant. Once you have found a vacant room, the reception will help you complete the booking. Educational usages always have priority to rooms. It is usually easier to find vacant rooms during periods when teaching is not conducted, such as summer time and exam periods.
Lost and Found
If you have lost something, you can turn to the reception in Ångström Laboratory to see if it has been found. Ask again in a few days if you have not recovered what you lost; it may take several days from when somehing is found before it is turned in to the reception. At regular intervals all found items are turned over to the police.