Located on top of the Kumpulanmäki hill, Kumpula Campus Library offers information services in mathematics and natural sciences.
Kumpula Campus Library
Facilities and services in the Kumpula Campus Library
Library for everyone
This page presents the services that are accessible without a University of Helsinki user account.
Accessibility at Kumpula Campus Library
Kumpula Campus Library is located in the Physicum building at Kumpula Campus. The entrance to the Library is on the first floor of the...
All Helsinki University Library locations offer peaceful reading spaces, working areas for both group study and independent study as...
Kumpula Campus Library collection and fields of study
In Kumpula Campus Library, you will find textbooks for the study requirements of physics, geophysics, geology, chemistry, geography, mathematics, meteorology, seismology, computer science, statistics and astronomy.
Ubikampus – smart technology in the campus library
The Ubikampus pilot premises on the second floor of the Kumpula Campus Library are the result of joint collaboration with the Faculty of Science and the University services. A thousand square metres of open-plan office space and meeting facilities include 168 work stations and 16 rooms that can be opened with a tablet located next to the doors. Over half of the space is allocated for students and the rest for researchers. In the areas reserved for students there are reading spaces and group work rooms.
Kumpula Campus Library is located in the Physicum building. On the building's website you'll find, for example, the porters' contact details.
Current news from the Helsinki University Library for those using the Kumpula Campus Library and for fields of mathematics and natural sciences.
Eva Isaksson´s keynote 20 August 2021 at 10-12 am
Helsinki University Library’s information specialist Eva Isaksson´s keynote will be held August 20th at 10 o’clock. Welcome!
Open science & the Academy of Finland´s September call
How to fulfill the open science requirements in the section 4.3 of the research plan (AoF Autumn 2021 call)? After attending to these webinars...