Mathematical Institute Library

Mathematical Institute Library

Contact

Address:

Mathematical Institute Library
Mathematical Institute,
Andrew Wiles Building, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter,
Woodstock Road
Oxford
OX2 6GG

Phone:

01865 273559

Fax:

01865 273583

E-mail:

library@maths.ox.ac.uk

Website:

https://www.maths.ox.ac.uk/members/library

Library Staff

Librarian:

Ms C.M. Hunt

Whitehead Librarian:

Professor P. Candelas

Opening Hours

Note that opening hours may sometimes change at short notice. If travelling to visit a library you are advised to check with the library to confirm details.

Term time:

Mon-Fri 09.00-16.30.

Vacation:

[Library has not supplied this information]

Closed:

[Library has not supplied this information]

Notes:

Those wishing to enquire about access must first contact the Librarian before visiting, at the email address or telephone number above.

Admission and Borrowing Policies

Note that by necessity these policies are much simplified and provided for initial guidance only. Please check with the library for full details.

OU undergraduate students:

Admissions: None none. Borrowing: None none.

OU postgraduate students:

Admissions: Some some. Borrowing: Some some.

The Library is primarily for the use of current graduate students of the Mathematical Institute. Graduate students of other Oxford University Departments may apply to use the Library, by completing the application form (see Maths Inst library website) and having their application approved by the Librarian.

OU academic and research staff:

Admissions: Some some. Borrowing: Some some.

The Library is primarily for the use of current academics of the Mathematical Institute. Current academics who are members of other Oxford University Departments may apply to use the Library, by completing the application form (see Maths Inst library website)and having their application approved by the Librarian.

Others:

Admissions: None none. Borrowing: None none.

Subjects Covered

Mathematics at graduate and research level

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