Navet in Uppsala
Navet is the national SciLifeLab hub in Uppsala, a place to meet for scientists, facility staff and visitors from within and outside of the academic environment. The innovative architecture is designed to facilitate interdisciplinary meetings and serves as an inspiring atmosphere to promote creativity. The construction of Navet was finalized in 2013 with staff moving in during December 2013.
Meeting rooms in Navet
Employees at Uppsala University can book the meeting rooms in Navet through a web-based program, TimeEdit, except for the triple rooms on the 1st floor. The triple rooms are booked by e-mailing to: email@example.com. Visitors, who are not able to book through TimeEdit, can send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions about TimeEdit, please consult email@example.com.
Those who do not have access to Navet need to sign for an access card (Erika Erkstam, room E10:1205, phone: 018-471 42 67, mobile: 070-425 03 87). You always need an access card to enter the triple rooms on the 1st floor.
Booking through TimeEdit
To book a meeting room through TimeEdit, visit www.uu.se/goto/bokarum and log in using CAS. (Use your UU ID and password A.) You will find a guide about how to book rooms through TimeEdit.
TimeEdit administrates the process of charging the department for your booking. Make sure you write the information your department requires. For bookings not made through TimeEdit, the Office for SciLifeLab in Uppsala will handle invoicing.
All rooms are equipped with Wi-Fi, a wired network connection, a whiteboard or a blackboard, a data projector or a LED screen and the possibilities for a telephone conference. The rooms E10:2309 and E10:3309 have video conferencing equipment. It is possible to book a documentation camera and equipment for a telephone conference via firstname.lastname@example.org. Please let us know in advance what additional equipment is needed for your meeting.
To use the video conferencing equipment you just book the room E10:2309 or E10:3309 in TimeEdit as a regular meeting. Rent for these rooms is higher than for the other meeting rooms regardless of whether the video conferencing equipment is used or not. We have no staff on stand-by for technical assistance with the video conferencing system. If technical assistance is required, please notify email@example.com, no later than 10 working days before the conference.
Wireless networks work very well, both UpUnet and Eduroam. Employees at Uppsala University can create Guest ID for visitors through AKKA. For Guest IDs for more than five visitors, please contact Erika Erkstam.
Mötestorget – The meeting square
Mötestorget is the open area at the ground floor. It is often used for mingling events, lunches, poster sessions and exhibitions. Navet is a place for many people to meet. Booking the Meeting Square means that there can be other people there at the same time. The Meeting Square is booked by contacting the Office for SciLifeLab in Uppsala. Furnishing must be restored according to the drawings and the area must be left clean and tidy. Any additional cleaning must be ordered and paid for by the organizer. Cleaning is ordered from the cleaning unit: firstname.lastname@example.org
The area is used for lunch and coffee by staff and members of the SciLifeLab community, but also as a meeting place for other events. If any out of the ordinary event is being planned, you need to notify Erika Erkstam to avoid unwanted collisions.
SciLifeLab offer researchers/scientists the use of the Guest rooms in Navet. Guest rooms can be used to work for shorter periods, no longer than a week. It is possible to use the guest rooms on a drop-in basis, but if you want to book a room, reservations can be made through email@example.com. The door is left unlocked after use so that the next person can use the guest room. For keys, access cards or more information, contact Erika Erkstam.
Access to Navet
All BMC employees have access to Navet. In addition, some departments outside the BMC campus have access. Those who do not have access to Navet, or need to enter the triple rooms, have to sign for an access card (Erika Erkstam, room E10:1205, phone: 018-471 42 67, mobile: 070-425 03 87). For temporary access to Navet during a conference, University employees can go to the BMC reception desk and have temporary access added to their UU-card.
The reception desk (C11) is not staffed. Visitors can call their contact from the phone on the wall. A touch screen will soon be installed so that visitors can search for contact information using the University web catalog.