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Group rooms and facilities
There are different types of study environments for students where you can sit individually or in groups. Some rooms are bookable group rooms and can be booked in TimeEdit.
It is important to follow the rules that apply to university premises.
Group rooms at LTU
The group rooms are booked in the booking system TimeEdit.
You can book 16 hours/2-week period. You must use the room within fifteen minutes from the start time of the booking, otherwise your booking will expire. The room can then be used by others. Information on how each room is equipped can be found in the booking system.
Wireless Screen Sharing in Group Rooms with MirrorOp
In some of the group rooms, there is support for wireless screen sharing with WePresent/MirrorOp. To use it, you need to have software installed on your computer, mobile, or tablet.
- Download the wireless presentation software. For a computer, you can download it here. External link, opens in new window. For mobile or tablet, search for MirrorOp Presenter on the App Store or Google Play.
- In MirrorOp, enter the IP address displayed on the screen in the room. If it's a mobile or tablet, choose what you want to share.
- Enter the four-digit code displayed on the screen in the room.
- Click the Play button to start sharing.
- Click the Stop button to stop sharing.
Study environments in the university library
Open study environments on campus
It is not possible for individual students to book university premises. However, students have the opportunity to use general student areas, open group rooms and lecture halls for studies, provided that the room is not booked and that the student has access to the room.
Room booking for student associations
Only designated room bookers can book rooms for student associations within LTU. Each student association appoints one or two room bookers and emails this information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Democratically structured associations for students at the university have the right to book classrooms for meetings that the association organizes for its members.
Student associations wishing to book a teaching room should contact the designated function within VSS. To ensure that the student association has the right to book the university's premises, it must be possible to present information on all bookings;
- the name of the student association,
- contact person,
- contact information, and that the association should be able to show
- statutes and
- minutes from the last annual meeting.
University meeting rooms are not available for student or student organization activities.
Provided that it does not interfere with the regular activities, student associations may book places designated by the university for information about and sale of tickets to upcoming student events and events organized by the association. This booking is made via the designated function within the Operations Support.
It is not permitted for student associations or individual students to sublet a booked area, either to another student association, external party or to represent an external party themselves. If it should be discovered that such letting has taken place, the University reserves the right to limit the possibility of bookings if the party wishing to book has misbehaved.
On the university campus in Luleå there are currently four microwave spaces; A-house, C-house, E-house and Studenternas hus.
To find where in the buildings they are located, search for the following room numbers on the LTU map.
- A-house, A2018.
- C-house, C430B, above STUK. Also called "Hyllan"
- E-house, E948, above Nyfiket.
- The students' house, D2149.
If a microwave oven does not work, please report it via the form below.
If you feel sick, nauseous or have a headache, there are rooms for resting at the university that you can use.
On the university campus in Luleå there are three rest rooms that are open to students. The rest rooms are furnished with bunks and paper towels that are thrown away after use.
Go to ltu.se/maps External link, opens in new window. and enter the room number for the rest room and you will find where in the building it is located.
Multi-faith meditation room C302
Room for reflection and contemplation
C302 is a non-bookable room within the Luleå University of Technology (only Luleå campus) that provides opportunity for meditation, reflection or prayer. The room is open to students and staff of the University, regardless of faith or belief.
The University's rooms for reflection and contemplation can be used for a variety of activities that require particular silence, such as meditation, prayer and the like.
You are welcome to bring personal items such as books, yoga mats or prayer mats into the rooms.
The room is for everyone, regardless of religion or other belief, gender, transgender identity or expression, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, or age.
The room is in the C-house (level 3).
Code of conduct for the room
To ensure that everyone feels comfortable, the following rules apply:
- Leave your shoes at the door in the front lobby of the room.
- Do not leave personal items, such as books, yoga mats or prayer mats in the room.
- Turn off your mobile phone (or use silent mode) so as not to disturb others.
It is not allowed to:
- eat in the room – all food consumption is prohibited
- use the room as a meeting or study room
- light candles or incense in the room.
Investigation of buildings in Luleå
During 2018-2020, Akademiska hus conducted indoor environmental investigations of all buildings on the campus in Luleå. The result of this showed nuisances or the risk of nuisances in all houses with varying degrees.
Since then, the following measures have been implemented:
- A-building: Renovated during 2021-2023 and all identified issues have been resolved.
- B-building and Beta-building: Renovated in 2021-2022 and all identified issues have been resolved.
- C-building: Renovated in 2021 and all identified issues have been resolved.
- D-building: Completely evacuated since 2019. Dismantling of the D-building is planned to be completed in 2024.
- E-building: Precautionary measures is in place since 2020.
- F-building: Evacuated from all staff since 2020. Lab activities still take place and some teaching.
- K-building: Renovated in 2020 and all identified issues have been resolved.
If you wish to know more details about the indoor environment investigations or if you have any questions, you are welcome to contact Premises and Services HERE Opens in new window..