The Institute of Computer Science is at the University of Tartu Delta Centre. Here study more than 2500 students and work with nearly 1000 staff members of the university and various businesses. The centre is comprised of two buildings – Studies and Research Building and Business Building. The Institute of Mathematics and Statistics, School of Economics and Business Administration, part of the Institute of Technology and the Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation are also located in Delta.
The Study and Research building doors are open from 07:30–20:00, and students should leave at the latest at 22:00.
On the second floor of the Delta Study and Research Building, there is a large area for students to work and study between lectures. There is also a kitchen and eight collaboration hubs for teamwork, developing ideas for student project competitions etc. The rooms can be booked in Delta QR.
The Mathematics and Informatics Library is located on the I floor of the Delta Centrer at the end of Narva mnt side of the building. It shares rooms with the Economics Library. Iti s open from Mondays to Thursdays from 09:00 – 20:00 and on Friday from 09:00 – 19:00.
The library holds materials on mathematics, informatics, statistics and mechanics. UT students, teaching staff and researchers can borrow materials by presenting the UT Library card or ID-card. Other interested persons may use the materials in the library.
We have various equipment available for students to use on loan, such as Google Glass, Oculus Rift, a number of robots etc. The equipment is in Narva mnt 18, room 2051. If you wish to borrow something then contact email@example.com.
The study rooms on the first and second floors of the Delta Study and Research building are most of the time booked. During the few times when the rooms are free from teaching, they can only be rented for other events related to the activities of the units located in the building. You can inquire about the rooms at firstname.lastname@example.org. The price list of the rooms can be found here.