Employees of Fysikum will find information here that is important for the employment and your work at the department. There is also advice and support you can receive from the Administration and Technical divisions. You will find our staff under Organisation and Contact.
You and Your Workplace
An overview of the terms of employment at Stockholm University, including changes until March 2021. The document You and Your Workplace is also available in PDF form. You get information about employment, working hours, illness and medical expenses, leave, vacation and insurances.
Several of the Offices within the University Administration as well as the Stockholm University Library offer their services and support to researchers at Stockholm University.
You can also find good advice when you publish an article, register publicas
Web organisation: roles, tasks and skills
The Web2021 project means that our web organisation needs to be changed and clarified in terms of roles, tasks and skills. Here you can read more about who is part of the Fysikum web organisation and what roles and tasks we have.
Fysikum web organisation
- Main Editor: Gunilla Häggström, Communications Officer at Fysikum
- Sub Editor, Education: Sara Malva Lindborg, Counsellor
- Sub Editor, Research and Collaboration: Michael Odelius, Researcher and teacher
- Sub Editor, About the institutione (and support av for the rest of Fysikum's web): Ronni Barouta
If you want to read more about the project, go to the central information
Fysikum's digital media
Fysikum on Facebook (in Swedish)
Fysikum on Twitter (in Swedish)
In addition, we have a weekly newsletter for Physics staff.
We also send out newsletters to teachers and students who want to participate in events such as the Physics Show, Hollywood Physics, Researchers' Friday and open lectures.
All procurements at SU must be performed according to The Public Procurement Act which is the law that is regulating public procurements.
Direct procurement is allowed only if the collected value for the same type of products for the whole university over one calendar year is below 615 312 SEK.
Working alone can involve special risks and it is important to identify which these can be. According to the Work Environment Act (Arbetsmiljölagen, chapt 3, § 2, section 2), the employer must take into account the special risk of ill-health and accidents that may result from the employee performing work alone.
Regulations from the Swedish Work Environment Authority (Arbetsmiljöverket, AFS 1982:3) contain general provisions on solitary work. For pregnant and breastfeeding employees, an individual risk assessment need to be carried out, to ensure that the working environment is safe.
Fysikum IT service
The Fysikum Computing Service Group maintains services that the central SU IT division cannot provide. This includes local web services, high-performance computing, backup storage and so on, as well as providing support for Fysikum specific computer installations and customizations. In addition we mediate requests to the IT division, like for activation of new network outlets, and maintain the databases needed for the Fysikum part of the network infrastructure.
For computer support contact: email@example.com
Phone and subscription
The department of physics uses the Mobile extension (MEX) service from SU which replaces the desk phone. You get full functionality on your mobile phone and can refer your phone if you are ill, at meetings etc.You can also call the four-digit extensions within the SU directly from the mobile phone.
Services, advice and support from the Technical Division
The Technical Division is a basic technical resource for the extensive experimental research activities carried out within Fysikum. The department can offer specialist expertise in a number of different engineering fields such as electronics, mechanical engineering and vacuum technology.
Services, advice and support from the Administrative Division
Fysikum's Administrative Division is a local operational support for staff and students at the department. The division's responsibilities include financial and personnel administration, study administration and guidance, archives, registry, departmental secretariat, communication and certain IT and telephony issues. The department consists of 17 people with different areas of expertise.
Our aim is to be a professional and sustainable administrative organisation, which clearly and effectively provides and develops high quality support and services. We contribute to the Department's research and education activities by being a partner that relieves the administrative burden. Physics staff and students should be well looked after, receive expert support and have good accessibility.
Here you will find contact information for the management and other important functions of the department:
Last updated: December 14, 2021