Location Information

Photo of the outer facade of the Erwin Schrödinger Centre, in front of the entrance there are several tables and chairs, which are protected by sunshades.

 Anja Herwig, CC BY 4.0

The Science Branch Library was opened at Erwin-Schrödinger-Zentrum in 2003 and provides literature on the subjects-1 represented on the Adlershof Campus: chemistry, computer science, geography, mathematics, physics and psychology. Literature on biology is still part of the branch library Campus Nord.

Just as the building is a mixture of historical workshops and new construction, the library offers current specialist literaturemodern workplaces and uses new technical developments, but also houses historical collections.

The Science Branch has a total stock of approximately 508,000 volumes and 140 current printed journal subscriptions. In addition, there are about 11,400 licensed electronic journals and over 80,000 e-books from the fields of science and technology as well as numerous important databases. Of course, the electronic journals and e-books of the other subject areas can also be used, so that a total of about 25,000 electronic journals and 735,000 e-books are offered.

The holdings are almost completely listed in the Primus search portal of the University Library

Literature and publications on the Erwin-Schrödinger-Zentrum (only in German).


Leaflet with information on the Science Branch Library

You can get this flyer at the information desks in the Erwin-Schrödinger-Zentrum and also at other locations of the University Library.

Here you will find detailed information about: