Lecture halls and rooms at the Rudbeck Lab
At the Rudbeck Lab there are lecture halls of various sizes as well as seminar and group rooms that are used by the departments. All rooms can be reserved on-line, see Room reservation, except Rudbecksalen, Fåhræussalen and Rosalind Franklin wich is booked via the Reception.
Lecturers bring their own laser pointer or presenter, since they are not available in the lecture halls or seminar rooms. However, these can be borrowed from the reception.
All halls and rooms can be found via MazeMap, use the search box to see where they are located.
Note that the layout of Rudbeck Lab in MazeMap are based on Region Uppsala's blueprints, using other numbers on the floors (plan):
Plan 4 = entrance floor
Plan 5 = floor 1
Plan 6 = floor 2
Plan 7 = floor 3.
Each hall and room is named after a person within the scientific field of medicine. Here you can read a short description of each and everyone.
There are currently one room for video conference; Burrill Crohn, R3 ground floor. More information at the end of this page.
Rudbecksalen, 135 seats (150 with extra chairs), C11 ground floor
- Interactiv projector
Fåhræussalen, 110 seats, C5 ground floor
- 2 projectors with sound
- Document camera
Gösta Hultkvist, 28 seats, C11 ground floor
- Interactiv projector
Waldenströmsalen, foldable tables + 35 chairs, C11 ground floor
Lore Zech, table + 20 chairs, C11 floor 1
Gregor Mendel, table + 20 chairs, C11 floor 2
Charles Darwin, table + 20 chairs, C11 vfloor 3
Jan Pontén, table + 12 chairs, C11 floor 3
Burrill Crohn, table + 9 chairs, R3 ground floor
Niels K. Jerne, table + 9 chairs, R3 floor 1
Ivar Sandström, table + 9 chairs, R3 floor 2
Janet Rowley, table + 9 chairs, R3 floor 3
Albert Levan, table + 12 chairs, R4 ground floor
Rosalind Franklin, table + 12 chairs, R4 ground floor, VIP-room
Gertrude Belle Elion, table + 12 chairs, R4 floor 2
Barbara McClintock, table + 12 chairs, R4 floor 3
Rita Levi-Montalcini, table + 16 chairs, R4 floor 3
Alois Alzheimer, table + 4 chairs, C11 ground floor
Judah Folkman, table + 4 chairs, C11 floor 3
Room for video conference
Touchscreen that is needed to control the equipment, and instructions, has to be picked up at the reception desk.
The system is very easy to use:
1. Connect the touchscreen's network cable to the outlet (pop-up in the tables center) and wait until the touchscreen and camera starts.
2. Connect the pop-up's HDMI cable to share a screen or PowerPoint from a computer.
3. For incoming calls, use this address: firstname.lastname@example.org
4. Turn on the TV.