Location and Accessibility

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How are the books organized? What are the recommended textbooks?

Library Location and Accessibility

The Mathematics and Computer Science Library is located on the Edmond J. Safra campus at Givat Ram, within the Manchester House Building, home of the Einstein Institute of Mathematics. The building is marked as no. 69.

Entrance Floor (on the building’s first floor above ground level)

Outside the entrance door to the library
Book return box
Permanent exhibition dedicated to Prof. Edmund Landau, founder of the Einstein Institute of Mathematics
Exhibition of rare books on Mathematics.
Patchwork quilt: “
In a Mathematician's Garden”, by Annamaria Brenti
Plaques dedicated to the library’s supporters

Library Entrance
Collection of rare books
Display of mathematical models
Display of new books
Circulation Desk
Information and Reference Desk
Administrative and technical offices

Current journals
Group learning corner
Display of paintings by former library director, the late Katja Mosnaim

Quiet Reading Hall
Collection of mathematics books, arranged by subject (including reserved books, encyclopedias, dictionaries, handbooks, and tables)
Reserved books on computer science
Catalog search stations
Computer stations

Rooms Adjacent to the Main Reading Hall
Additional mathematics books arranged by subject
Additional computer science books arranged by subject

Group study area

Emergency exit

Ground Floor

Mathematics and computer science journals
Masters theses and doctoral dissertations in mathematics and computer science
Technical reports and pre-publication articles on mathematics and computer science

Group study area
Study room
Relaxation corner
Coffee corner with microwave and fridge.

Catalog and internet terminals
Accessible reading station for the visually impaired 

Emergency exit

Bindary room
Landau reprint collection (mainly articles compiled by the late Prof. Edmund Landau)

-1 Basement Floor

Archive of Mathematics Books and Journals 

Library Accessibility

Reaching the library
Accessible access to the building is from Magnes Avenue (under the National Library). Please contact the library staff in advance.

Accessible parking is located up the path leading from the Belgium House building.

Access to the library is possible by elevator in the building, press "2" to bring you to the entrance level to the library.

For more information on accessibility in the libraries, See: Accessibility