Analyzing Samples as Part of the Workshop
Would you like to analyze your sample(s) as part of the workshop? Results may be shared for analysis with other participants. Participants interested in sending samples should submit a request by December 26, 2022.
How to Submit Samples
If you are planning on sending samples you must submit a Brookhaven Lab Guest Form and be approved in the Guest Registration System (GIS) by December 26, 2022 in order to obtain remote access credentials to the beam lines.
Please use the information below to assist you in completing some of the required fields in the Brookhaven Lab Guest Form. If you have a current Brookhaven Lab appointment and a valid Brookhaven Lab Guest Number or you have a pending Brookhaven Lab Guest Registration (GR) Number, it is not necessary to complete Brookhaven Lab Guest Form again.
|Form Questions||Insert the Following|
|Purpose of Visit:||Workshop|
|Subject Code:||None or Unknown|
|Access Requested:||Virtual Event|
Number of days you estimate to be on-site over a two-years.
|Continuously < 30 days|
|BNL Department:||.NSLS Facility Users (LTU)|
Facility being requested to Conduct Research.
Beamline/experiment being requested.
|None or Unknown|
Research or Work will the visitor/assignee be working on.
|Anticipated Start:||Use Workshop Start Date (January 31, 2023)|
|Anticipated End:||Use Workshop End Date (February 2, 2023)|
|Visit Justification:||Attend CBMS Workbenches – This training is aimed at researchers that would like to know more about fore-front techniques and methods employed at the macromolecular crystallography beamlines at the Center for Biomolecular Structure at BNL.|
|Host First Name:||Vivian|
|Host Last Name:||Stojanoff|
|December 26, 2022||Deadline to submit a request for sample analysis|
|December 26, 2022||Registration deadline for participants submitting a Brookhaven Lab Guest Form for submitting samples.|