There are two reading rooms available for use within the library of the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy: one for professors including 10 seats and one for students with more than 100 available seats. Working hours of the reading rooms are from 8AM to 5PM, and from 9AM to 1PM on Saturday.

The library also includes a rich collection of more than 34000 books, more than 11000 of mostly foreign magazines (more than 900 titles), more than 24000 graduation and master theses and PhD dissertations and nearly 19000 unpublished or unedited copies and standards. There are alphabetic, UDC and topographic catalogs of monographic publications, as well as catalogs of periodicals and graduation, master theses and PhD dissertations. The library owns a number of encyclopedias and manuals dealing with various scopes of technology. The oldest book kept in the library was published in 1960, while the oldest magazines kept date back from the first half of the XIX century. A part of this collection could be accessed freely. There are also reference libraries within different departments.

The library of the faculty is open for the public and may be used by all the interested persons. Borrowing from the collections and taking the material outside of the faculty is allowed only to our staff and students. In addition, the library is included in interlibrary loan service allowing the users to reach the copies. Companies from other parts of the Republic of Serbia may order the copies of articles from the magazines, as well. Those who use the library within the faculty may also use the SciFinder database.

Milena Gavrilović, Head of the Library
Velinka Relić and
Nikola Janevski.


PhD E-theses 


Located on the ground floor of the smaller building