General rules for using BSI and DCC labs
Make sure your USB-stick does not contain any viruses before using it in the labs. NB the lab is not a place to store data! Make back-ups after each testing day; all data must be collected immediately after finishing a experiment. The importance of copying and removing data immediately after ending one’s research cannot be overstated! Remember the next researcher using the lab has every user privilege.
In case there is a shortage of supplies, or if you need something that you cannot find in the lab, please contact the lab coordinator. Do not take supplies from other labs without consent from the lab coordinator, or (in absence of the lab coordinator) one of the TSG members.
There is valuable equipment in the labs. Therefore lab keys should be handled with caution. Researchers must keep the key with them at all times and do not lend it to others. Even when leaving the lab for a short while, all doors must be locked.
Within the DCC lab area, noise must be kept to a minimum. In consideration of your colleagues working in the labs, you are expected to speak softly and limit conversation with others. All mobile phones and pagers, of both experimenters and participants, should be switched off in the lab.
Food is not allowed in the lab area, including candy for participants. Drinks are allowed for EEG-participants.