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Central Management & Scheduling to Ensure Optimal Utilization
BEFORE TRAVELING TO SLAC, inform your colleagues about access changes. Ensure all experimenters are listed on proposals & beam time/support requests and complete the following steps:
2. Contact URA for additional requirements for users from certain countries.
3. Ensure that you have an appropriate business visa (e.g., B1 or VWP Business, WB, not B2/VWP Tourist, WT).
5. Complete all training (including Traffic Safety Course 154).
6. Stop at the Security Office Building 235 to obtain a new ID badge and/or proximity access. Bring identification to verify citizenship.
7. Prior to entering the experimental area or starting any experiments, check in with User Check-In Coordinator Jackie Kerlegan in the URA office in Building 120, Room 211 (Monday-Friday from 7 am - 12 noon and 1- 4 pm (except holidays).
8. Contact the URA team to answer questions or provide assistance (650-926-2079/4738/2087/8758/3191).
* LODGING: The GUEST HOUSE sets aside rooms for users during peak demand periods at Stanford. Identify yourself as a user and ask to be waitlisted for rooms that become available.
* FOOD OPTIONS: The SLAC Cafe, auditorium and visitor center are closed until construction is completed on the new Science and User Support Building (SUSB) in 2015. FOOD OPTIONS at SLAC include Starbucks or the EAT Club (pre-order lunch for delivery ~noon to SLAC/SSRL Bldg. 120). Doordash.com will also deliver food to SLAC from several local restaurants in the Menlo Park/Palo Alto area from midday to late evening. Discounts are also offered at local restaurants: Eric's Gourmet, Portola Kitchen.
WORK SAFELY: Be aware and exercise caution when visiting SLAC, particularly during construction. Contact Security if help is needed or to report any problems or suspicous activity: 650-926-2551. For EMERGENCIES, CALL 911 OR 5555.
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Onsite Logistics and Additional Resources
We take very seriously the challenges of safety and security here. Please review the access guidelines which are intended to call your attention to concerns which you may encounter at SLAC as well as to encourage you to be alert for and avoid potential problems. All users are required to sign and acknowledge these requirments annually.
SSRL is a member of Lightsources.org, a collaborative website among light source facilities around the world, for sharing information and updates about light sources. Lightsources.org is a regular updated global resource for news and science highlights from each facility, as well as photos and videos, education and outreach resources, a calendar of conferences and events, details about facility contacts and capabilities, jobs and opportunities for international collaboration.
National User Facility Organization (NUFO)
NUFO represents the interests of all users who conduct research at U.S. national scientific user facilities, as well as scientists from U.S. universities, laboratories, and industry who use international facilities. NUFO’s primary mission is to facilitate communication among users, facility administrators, and other stakeholders on topics of importance to the facilities and to raise awareness about the science conducted and technology advances made at national user facilities.
Synchrotron and Neutron Users' Group (SNUG)
The Synchrotron and Neutron Users' Group (SNUG) is a group of scientists dedicated to science advocacy for synchrotron and neutron science. SNUG represents over 10,000 faculty, student, industrial and government scientists nationwide.