Brookhaven Lab Information
There is currently no food service available at Brookhaven Lab at this time. Food Options
Individuals or groups can order food to be delivered by external businesses or through apps such as GrubHub (https://www.grubhub.com) or DoorDash (https://www.doordash.com).
Food Delivery Guidelines: Please refer to the following food service web page that will provide information on how these food external delivery services will work and other available food options.
Free coffee and tea will be provided from 7:30-10:30 a.m. and 1:00-3:30 p.m. daily in the Berkner Hall cafeteria area.
Given this situation with no available meals, individuals who do not have or use food delivery phone apps may prefer to have their own rental car.
Vending Service Machines (pdf) are located in high population areas throughout the site. Machines located in the Post Office, Building 179 and the Research Support Building, Building 400 are available 24-hours 7 days per week. A small eating area and microwave oven are also provided at these locations. Overnight guests can prepare these items in the dorms and apartments, where they have access to full kitchens.
For guests arriving on-site afterhours, the Guest, User, Visitor Center provides a list of restaurants and off-site food in the local area.
Guests planning to be on-site without vehicles for more than a day or two can also take advantage of the Lab's shopping shuttle service, which runs on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings, dropping off and picking up at Southport Plaza Shopping Center in Shirley. There, they can buy groceries at the Stop & Shop supermarket, and other necessities at Kohl's department store and more than 30 other stores.
Please contact Guest Services at (631) 344-3545 or email email@example.com with any issues, comments, or suggestions.
Three computer terminals are located in Berkner Hall (Bldg. 488) for internet access or accessing your email. You may also use the local network jacks to connect your own laptop as well.
If attendees bring laptops, tablets, smartphones, etc. that will require internet access during the workshop, then these devices must be registered in Brookhaven Lab's (BNL) Network Access Registration database in order to access the internet at BNL.
Registering your computer device can be done via the device's web browser upon first connecting to BNL's network.
However, the registration process will require a a user's BNL Active Directory Credentials or in the event that you do not have an active BNL or guest account, a temporary user name and password can be generated and sent to them via a text message to your mobile device, which you will use to register your devices.
If you still experience connection problems, please contact your workshop coordinator for assistance.
Fax machines are located in Berkner Hall (Bldg. 488) for those who require faxing services. The phone number for Berkner Hall's fax machine is 631-344-5568.
Access to Brookhaven Lab
When you arrive at Brookhaven Lab's main gate, please inform the guard you are attending the 8th Annual Ambient Pressure X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Workshop (APXPS) workshop. Note, you may be requested to check in at the security trailer or you maybe directed to go to Police Headquarters if it's after normal business hours.
All visitors to the Laboratory 16 and older must bring photo-identification. View Requirements
Weather Conditions at Brookhaven Lab
Please always dress accordingly. If there is very inclement weather, please check the Brookhaven Lab homepage for possible delayed opening or closing information. You may also call 1-631-344-4636 (INFO) from any off-site telephone or cell phone and extension x4636 (INFO) from an on-site Brookhaven Lab telephone.