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Procedures Related to Student Affairs

Biosciences Bldg. Entry/Exit System

  1. You can enter the Bioscience Building from the main entrance of B1F east side or the entrance of 1F east side. The IC-embedded ID card is required to enter during night time or on public holidays.
  2. Since the common laboratory is always closed, use the magnetic card to enter and open the door by twisting the inside notch to exit.
  3. Faculty members and students are free to enter the building, but vendors need to sign in at the office.

Car Registration

  1. To commute by car, you need to obtain a parking permit. Ask a faculty member from the laboratory about the procedures. Your parking permit is to be placed by the front glass of your car so it is visible.
  2. Take maximum precautions and be aware that causing an accident would also greatly affect your own career.
  3. The speed limit inside the campus is 30km/h. Also make sure to always obey the road signs inside the campus. Speeding is dangerous as there are quite a lot of bumps.
  4. Do not park your car in a place other than the specified car park.

Bicycle/Motorcycle Registration

  1. To commute by bicycle, complete the registration at the laboratory, put the sticker for bicycles somewhere visible, and park your bicycle at the parking space of the Bioscience Building.
  2. When commuting by motorcycle, register at the Bioscience Building Admission Office (B1), put the sticker for motorcycles, and park your motorcycle at the parking space of the Bioscience Building.
  3. Bicycles/motorcycles without the sticker are removed periodically.
  4. It causes a great deal of inconvenience for others when you leave bicycles/motorcycles unattended. Please be responsible for your own bicycle/motorcycle when it is unnecessary.


  1. Refer to GSFS Network Guide, FApps Guide, and UTokyo Guidelines for Information Ethics and Computer Use.
  2. Each laboratory (and B1F) is divided as a subnet, and the number of IP addresses (equal to the number normally available for connection) available for each subnet is limited. There are also some restrictions for communication between subnets.
  3. As the DHCP server setting needs to be changed for connecting a device that requires a static address such as printers and file servers, the person in charge of the laboratory's subnet must contact the GSFS informatic system committee in advance. In this case, we will need the name of the device, purpose of use, room of installation, and the person in charge. Currently, it is not allowed for security reasons to install a server that can be accessed freely from outside of Bioscience Building (including the web, e-mail, FTP).
  4. An FApps e-mail account is required for student affairs related contacts.
  5. By attending the lecture hosted by the Information Technology Center and obtaining an account for the Educational Campuswide Computing System (ECCS), advanced services such as using the super computer are available.
  6. Take extra precautions about handling virus e-mails. Try not to open any suspicious e-mails, and install an anti-virus software. For details, please ask the person in charge of the network in your laboratory. If there is any suspicion of virus infection, immediately disconnect that device from the network and then take the necessary measures.
  7. Check the FrontierNet (Cybozu) message board constantly where notices related to our graduate school are posted. Login is not required for access from inside the campus, but you will need a password to access from outside.
  8. The use of P2P file sharing software is prohibited. The destinations from the user are constantly monitored, and records are kept in log files. If the use of P2P file sharing software is detected, the laboratory may be requested to investigate. Be careful not to use any P2P file sharing software.