The University of Notre Dame is part of the eduroam consortium. This service enables members of the Notre Dame community who visit another institution that uses eduroam to automatically use WiFi at that location based on their ND credentials. Similarly, visitors from institutions that participate in eduroam can use guest wireless access at Notre Dame using their home institution account information without the need for an ND sponsor and creation of a guest account. This service will be especially useful to those who visit and collaborate with other institutions that also use the eduroam service. We anticipate that use of this service at other colleges and universities will quickly grow. Eduroam maintains a list of who is currently part of this consortium which you may find useful in travel planning. You can select eduroam from the available WiFi choices on your device. Visit the eduroam.org site for additional information.
ND-Guest is an unencrypted wireless network designed to support authorized guests of the University, faculty/staff/student-owned legacy wireless devices that do not support 802.1X connections, and faculty/staff/student-owned devices that do not have Web browsers to allow you to authenticate to use the ND-Secure network.
Note: The University of Notre Dame guest wireless network is provided as a convenience for University visitors and guests, and its use is not warranted in any way, express or implied, by the University of Notre Dame. Your use of the network is solely at your own risk and is subject to all applicable University policies. There is no guarantee of network performance. Individual access to the network, or the entire network's availability, may be suspended or terminated at any time at the University's sole discretion.
Workshop computers will have access to the Jordan Hall network and will provide access to specific printers in the laboratories and data analysis rooms in Jordan Hall.
Emergency printing of a small one-copy jobs can be done through the BCCE office in McKenna Hall Conference Center.
All symposia rooms will be equipped with PC and.or Macintosh computers and a LCD projector. These computers will have the latest editions of MS Office (including PowerPoint) and Internet Explorer/Firefox for accessing the Internet. You should plan to bring your presentation on a USB Thumb drive and available through cloud media (googledrive, box, dropbox, iCloud, etc). . If you desire to bring your computer for use in your presentation, that is fine also. However, we strongly recommend that you stop by the presenters ready room in Debartolo Hall to test your connections to our presentation systems prior to your talk. Remember that any technical time will come out of your presentation time as the conference must keep on schedule.
By far the easiest method to gain network access is for members of the eduroam consortium. Visitors from institutions that participate in eduroam can use guest wireless access at Notre Dame using their home institution account information without the need for an ND sponsor and creation of a guest account.
We will also have the ND-guest wireless network which is an open network to all campus visitors. More information is in the documentation on the right.
Dr. Steven Wietstock
General Chair, BCCE 2018
331 Jordan Hall
Notre Dame, IN 46556
The University of Notre Dame