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New Badger Account

Overview

Welcome to SNF! This page describes how to create a Badger account, your key to accessing SNF and the nSiL and MOCVD labs. Once your forms are processed, you'll be notified when your Badger account is activated..

What you will need

  Stanford Non-Stanford
1.Stanford PTA # (University account identified by a 7-10 numbers followed by five letters.) Your Finance Admin will have assigned this on your Labmembership Form. If joining an existing project, SNF Lab Services can supply the number. If this is a new project, the University will assign a new PTA#, within 5 days of forms submittals.
2. University ID This will be the nine digit number on your Stanford ID card. Not applicable.
3. Email account This is your Stanford University, SUNet ID. This is your individual, organization email.
 


 

Registration Instructions

First, you must have Java JRE installed on your desktop or laptop. If you do not have Java, you can get it here.

Next, go to Badger download. When you start up Badger for the first time, up to two security warning panels will appear. Click "I accept the risk..." and "run" each time when asked.  The login panel will appear.  Select "New Member?" button to begin registration.

Registration for Stanford Affiliates (student, staff or faculty)

  • Email: Stanford email (sunetid@stanford.edu)
  • University ID: The 9-digit number on your Stanford ID.
  • Account: The PTA that you are authorized to charge your work to.
  • Advisor: PI.
  • Phone: Make sure to leave a contact phone number. This information is accessible only by lab staff and will be used only for urgent, lab-related issues.

Registration for Non-Stanford Academics, Government/Non-Profit and Industry Users:

  • Enter your work email (myname@mycompany.com)
  • University ID: Enter “1”
  • Account: You will be emailed your PTA to enter here.
  • Advisor: Enter your affiliation/company name.
  • Phone: Make sure to leave a contact phone number. This information is accessible only by lab staff and will be used only for urgent, lab-related issues.


Select “Set Password” and follow the instructions. You'll receive a notification once your forms are processed and your account is set up. And if  you haven't done so already, you can set up your own Java-enabled device to run Badger;   Instructions are at About Badger. (Note:  Be aware that use of Badger and all other networked systems at SNF falls under the Stanford Computer and Network Usage Policy.)

Last modified: 27 Jun 2021