The Archipelago Research Institute has been closed 18.3.–13.5.2020. The reopening of activities at the University of Turku begins on 14 May 2020 according to the University’s exit plan.
Starting from 14 May 2020, it is possible to conduct research at the station. All work requiring physical presence at the station is done so that safety instructions are followed and contact to other people is minimised. Research is conducted remotely whenever possible. Using the facilities needs a permission, so please contact us before arrival.
Information for visitors coming from abroad
The University of Turku does not receive guests from abroad and instructs to either reschedule the visit or to use remote access for meetings.
The current coronavirus situation in Finland is continuously monitored and updated on website of the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL). If you develop influenza-like symptoms and respiratory problems during your stay in Finland, please follow THL’s guidelines for passengers arriving in Finland. You can also contact the national phone service: +358 295 535 535.
The latest instructions and links to further information will be updated on the University’s website: https://www.utu.fi/en/information-on-coronavirus