Library opening hours
The Library of Mathematics and Informatics is located at the Delta centre together with the Library of Economics. The Library of Mathematics and Informatics was created in March 2003 from the libraries of the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics and the Estonian Mathematical Society.
The library's collection contains books of mathematics, informatics, statistics and mechanics. The oldest piece is John Napier's Mirifici Logarithmorum from 1614. The books have been placed on the shelves by topics and can be found on ESTER.
The books can be used by everyone within the library, but borrowed only by the students and workers of the University of Tartu. The books must be brought back after you graduate.
Rules within the library
- Silence must be kept;
- It is forbidden to eat and drink within the room;
- The reader must listen to the librarian;
- The library does not take responsibility for the items left without supervision.
- The books can be borrowed home for two weeks (with a green dot) or one month (no dot);
- Books with a red dot cannot be borrowed;
- The return deadline can be extended if the book does not have a queue;
- The reader must take responsibility for the books borrowed;
- The reader must not damage the library's books, appliances and other properties;
- If a book is damaged or lost, the reader must replace or compensate it.