The social/teaching space in Biocentre includes two lecture halls. The largest lecture hall must seat 300 students and must be easily divisible into two independent sections, each seating 150 students. The smaller lecture hall must seat 90 persons. Lecture halls will be used to teach students, organize seminars, conferences, scientific congresses etc. Furthermore, three seminar rooms (each seating 25 persons) will be in the building; they are designated for student seminars. Under scientific space, one seminar room is planned for each research direction.
Three lecture halls are planned for Globcentre. The largest must seat 150 persons and the other two 60 persons each. Furthermore, there will be three seminar rooms, each for 25 persons. Under scientific space, one seminar room is planned for each research direction.
The study rooms whose total surface areas are 150 m2 in Biocentre and a 200 m2 in Globcentre will be divided into a greater number of small areas suitable for quiet and undisturbed studying. A section of the study room in Biocentre is to allow for studying during night time for approximately 20 persons. In either case combining the study rooms and cafés is ideal. The study rooms are to be equipped with the corresponding number of electrical outlets for notebooks, conveniently located at the desks.