Procedure for usage
Regarding the procedure for usage
Procedure for facility usage
In order to conduct research using facility equipment, machinery, or any support services, it is necessary to submit applications and obtain approval based on the Gene Technology Center Internal Regulations .
However, you do not need to apply for attending seminars held at the facility or for only visiting the facility.
– First-time Use
Fill in the required information on the “GTC Usage Application” form and turn in the form to the Administration Office.
After becoming a registered user, you will be sent a “GTC Usage Certificate” which is only valid during that academic year.
– Continued Use and Termination of Use
Fill in the required information on the “GTC Usage Report” and turn in the form to the Administration Office.
Link to download page for forms
After-hours and Holiday Use
After hours Weekdays from 18:00 to 8:15 the next day
Holidays All day Sat, Sun, and Public Holidays
To use the facilities after hours or during holidays, the GTC After-Hours or Holiday Usage Application form must be filled in and turned in to the Administration Office.
The GTC and RIC facilities handle substances such as various chemicals, genetically-modified organisms, radioactive substances, and the like which require certain knowledge for handling and are strictly regulated.
Therefore, from a safety standpoint, it is necessary to lock the main door of building entrance hall during after hours or holidays so that only users who have received authorization can enter by using the fingerprint scanner.
– After-hours and Holiday Usage Procedures
Fill out the GTC After-Hours or Holiday Usage Application form and turn it in to the Administration Office.
Your fingerprints will be recorded at the Administration Office for use with the fingerprint scanner.
Procedures for using the fingerprint scanner will be explained at that time.
To the download page for various application forms
About the Fingerprint Scanner
The Fingerprint Scanner Entrance and Exit Control System by Japan Benex Corp.
The verification device used in the Fingerprint Scanner Entrance and Exit Control System encodes the features of the optically scanned fingerprints, allowing for verification with high speed and high accuracy. Each encoded fingerprint data record is as small as 256 bytes, allowing for the management of large numbers of records.
Additionally, fingerprint patterns are checked in three dimensions, meaning there is no way to open doors using copies of fingerprints. Also, as there is no way to reverse engineer fingerprint images from stored fingerprint data, such data cannot be leaked from this device.