Welcome to the SSRL User Research Site

Responsive Design User Portal

SSRL SPEAR/Beam  Line Schedules

Contact the User Office if you have questions about COVID-19 impacts on your experiments Submit proposals and BTRs by posted deadlines.

  • USER ACCESS REQUIREMENTS: 
  • LODGING:  Reserve rooms at the GUEST HOUSE using the SLAC User Reservations Portal to access user rooms and rates (specify SSRL, proposal number and spokesperson when making reservations through the user reservations portal).

  • FOOD:  Visit the SLACafé Monday–Friday 7 am–2 pm. Other FOOD OPTIONS maay include restaurants that deliver to SLAC Main Gate/Guest House.

  • NEWS:  Stay informed by subscribing to SSRL Headline News (send e-mail to with "subscribe ssrl-headlines" in the body).

  • 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 suspicious activity: 650-926-2551. For EMERGENCIES, CALL 911 OR 5555.

Planning Ahead Getting Beam Time

 

SSRL Visitor or Tour Requests - contact SSRL Administration, Building Manager and SLAC Security.

 


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