Read the guidelines and book a project room at the Faculty of Engineering.
- 1st semester students (autumn) / 2nd semester students (spring) will be given regular project rooms.
- The assigned project rooms are booked in advance and the students will be informed about the assigned rooms around semester start.
- The study zones / the large project rooms are divided in multiple rooms of 6 persons (workstation A, B, C etc.)
- Experts in Team Innovation (autumn) will be given project rooms Wednesday and Thursday afternoon
- A pool of project rooms with ‘over-booking’ for the final projects, bachelor projects and master’s theses will be organized when possible
- Unoccupied project rooms will be available in the booking system so students who are not assigned a project room can book one
Rules for booking a project room
- You must book your project rooms at this webpage (green box at the top of the page)
- It is possible to book a project room for a maximum of 4 successive hours
- It is only possible to book project rooms 2 times ahead in a period of 14 days
- You must be at least 3 students to be able to book a project room
- Smaller groups or individuals are advised to the other study places of the university
- The TEK project rooms must be used by TEK-students only.
- If nobody uses a project room within the first 30 minutes of a booking, other groups are free to use the room. This applies to both booked and assigned rooms.
Other project facilities at SDU
- SDU has approximately 1,000 project places in the library at their disposal
- It is possible to book small classrooms (for 10-12 students) at the main campus (these rooms are named ‘group rooms’)
- The project rooms must be kept clean and tidy for the sake of both the cleaning staff and the next group using the room. Cleaning takes place in the daytime - – once a week.
- When leaving the room, all used tableware must go back to the canteen or be placed on the canteen trolley in Jarvis (TEK building 42, Ø29-602-1).
- All corridors are escape routes, and neither furniture nor waste bins etc. can be placed there.
- Waste bins must stay in the room. Any food left overs etc. can be thrown into the waste bins in the recesses. They are emptied on all weekdays and in this way, you can avoid unpleasant smells in the project room. If the waste bin already smells, you just tie a knot on the bag.
NB! Waste bins without a bag are not to be used.
- From the first full week of July and the next 5 weeks no cleaning will take place in the project rooms. You must remove all waste yourselves, i.e. tie the bags and throw them in the containers south of TEK building 42.
- Furniture must not be removed from the rooms. No furniture from other project rooms or the common areas must be placed in the room. The same goes for any privately owned furniture.
- It is not allowed to have candles, coffee makers, microwaves, toasters, kettles, fridges etc. in the project rooms. (They will be removed without any further notice).
- Take both fellow students and employees into consideration. Keep your door closed. Remember to close both door and windows when you leave the room.
- Padlocks are only allowed in assigned rooms.
- You must bring your own office supplies, such as whiteboard markers etc.
Final cleaning before the coming semester
- The students must remove all their things in the project rooms within the last two weeks of the semester to allow for the cleaning staff to do the final cleaning
- Things that are not removed prior to the final cleaning, will be discarded. Padlocks will be removed too.