The main task of the library is to provide the Institute’s academic staff with information of all kinds. The library is a reference library, which implies that no items may be lent out externally. The library is open to researchers from all around the world, who may use the facility as invited guests. PhD students and students (a faculty member’s letter of reference is required) are allowed to use the library, too.
Please send acquisition request via the form below to the Institute's library.
Library staff are available for assistance (including registration):
|Monday - Friday||10:30 - 16:00|
New Registration at the Library is only possible within the service times.
The library’s Reading Rooms provide 76 workplaces, including 4 research stations with PCs. W-LAN is available under certain conditions; additionally the Institute takes part in eduroam. You can find technical hardware in the library like book scanner (USB stick required) and printers.
Members of the following three groups are able to access our licensed online resources on application: PhD students, post-doctoral students and researchers or scholarship holders of an academic institution.
The library's Reading Rooms are open for usage:
1. April - 31. October:
|Monday - Friday||08:30 - 21:00|
|Saturday||10:00 - 19:30|
1. November - 31. March:
|Monday - Friday||08:30 - 19:00|
|Saturday||10:00 - 13:00|
Please ask firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If you plan to visit the library for a research stay, please fill in the registration form.
The library is a reference library, i.e. loans outside the Institute are excluded. The library is not participating in national or international interlibrary loan. Scans (carbon copies as an exception) from journals and monographs may be sent under adherence to the copyright law in force by our interlibrary loan.
10 golden rules concerning the reading room