The Einstein Institue is located on the Edmond J. Safra Campus of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel. (Note: The Hebrew University has three other campuses, do not confuse them!)
Lecture and seminar rooms: Unless otherwise indicated, rooms do not have computers (even if they have projectors). Bring your own laptop or ask your host to provide one.
- Math 2: Our main auditorium, 2nd floor of the Manchester building, outside the library. Large blackboards (four panes), projector with VGA connector. Computer with internest and USB ports.
- Math 210: Large lecture hall, 2nd floor of the Manchester building, opposite the library. Large blackboards (four panes), projector with VGA connector.
- Ross 70: Seminar room, ground floor of the Ross building. Blackboard (2-3 panes), projector with VGA and HDMI connectors.
- Ross 63: Seminar room, ground floor of the Ross building. Blackboard (2-3 panes), projector with VGA and HDMI connectors.
- Math 209: Seminar room, floor 2 1/2 of the Manchester building, at the very end of the hall. Blackboard (2-3 panes), projector with VGA connector.
- Library - 2nd floor of the Manchester building. See Website.
- Wireless: An open guest network and the Eduroam network are available in most university buildings.
- Our Computer room is located on the 2nd floor of the Manchester building, it contains terminals running Windows and a printer. Ask your host about the access code.
- Long term guests may contact our computer administrator about connection to the HUJI wireless network.
Dining on campus (hours vary, on weekdays usually roughly 9am to 5pm)
- Salad bars, coffee and a few warm meal options (no meat) are available at the Rothberg computer science building, National Library, and at Wise Hall.
- Hot food (incl. meat) is available at the administration building next to the campus entrance (closes 4pm)
- Coffee is available at the Rothberg computer science building, National Library, Wise Hall, Sprinzak building (and a few other locations).
- A vegetarian restaurant (Ha'ivrit) is located in the sports center
Exhibits at the math department
Stations in Einstein's Life In the lobby of the building
Part of the exhibit on Albert Einstein designed by the University Curatorship (Other parts of the exhibit are on display at various locations in the Hebrew University's campuses). Includes facsimiles provided by the Einstein Archives. Displays include:
General relativity, Einstein's masterpiece
Grand unified theory, Einstein's interrupted dream
Edmund Landau On the first floor
A display dedicated to Prof. Edmund Landau, founder of the Institute. Organized by Prof. E. de Shalit on behalf of the Einstein Institute of Mathematics. Includes facsimiles of vintage books from the library's collection
Art in and around the building
Portrait of Prof. Einstein, bronze Relief by B. Sturm Van Der Bergh. Located at the main entrance to the building.
Bronze bust of Alderman Abraham Moss (1898-1964), sculpted by Benno Schotz.
Quilt : In a Mathematician's Garden / Annamaria Brenti.
Art in the Mathematics and Computer Science Library.
Overlooking the building, near the Ross Building, is a bronze statute of Albert Einstein by Georgy Frangulyan.
See also: The Hebrew University Curatorship : Artistic activity at the university.