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Central Management Ensures Optimal Utilization
of User Facilities
All users are required to provide current contact information 30 days before their first anticipated visit during each run year (October-September). See details related to foreign users, required safety training and check-in procedures.
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Onsite Logistics and Additional Resources
We take very seriously the challenges of safety and security here. These guidelines are intended to call your attention to concerns which you may encounter at SLAC and to encourage you to be alert for and avoid potential problems.
Review Access Guidelines
User Facility Access List
SSRL Hutch Training List
While You are Here
SSRL Tour Requests
SSRL Tour request forms are now on line! Please note if you plan to give a tour of SSRL this form must be completed prior to the tour.
Download the SSRL Tour Request Form.
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 facilities outside the United States. NUFO’s primary mission is to facilitate communication among users, user organizations, facility administrators, and other stakeholders and discussion topics include the benefits and significance of research conducted at user facilities, as well as their operational needs.
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.