How to become a BaBar Member or Associate
There are two categories of people connected to BaBar, Members and Associates. Members are individuals who
participate in the physics program or
who contribute significantly to the maintenance, operation or upgrade
detector, computing system, or PEP-II. PhD
physicists who have been Members for at least one year are listed as
authors of BaBar papers. As a condition of membership, Members are
required to perform service work as part of their contribution to the
BaBar Associates are
generally not authors. Typical examples are
undergraduates, graduate students not concentrating on research,
engineers, technicians, and programmers.
See the Membership
Rules for more details.
Changing from Associate to Member
If you are a currently a BaBar Associate
and wish to become a Member,
need to sign up for a service task by contacting the Physics Analysis Coordinator.
If you are new to BaBar
There are a number of steps involved in joining BaBar, including
registering in the personnel database, studying safety material, and
with the SLAC User Information database and
with the BABAR database.
- Follow these
instructions to obtain access to computing resources.
- Review and complete the cyber
- Next time you are at SLAC, visit Nitssia Harrison for additional administrative items:
If you are a BaBar Member (as opposed to an
Associate), you will
need to select a service task by contacting the Physics Analysis Coordinator.
- Complete ES&H Course # 396 - Safety Orientation for Non-SLAC Employees
- Obtain a SLAC badge
- Get keys
Other useful information for new users
- The SLUO office
provides services and information for SLAC Users including items such
as housing, insurance, and transportation.
- The Offline
Users Workbook (HyperNews password required) has an introduction to BaBar computing and the BaBar
- You can get more information about the BaBar web.