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Address
Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM)
121 South Main Street

11th Floor
Providence, RI 02903, USA
401-863-5030
info@icerm.brown.edu

Business Hours
ICERM's business hours are 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday during the academic year, and 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday-Friday during summer. ICERM participants are welcome to stay on the premises after the last talk of the day.

Building Access
During workshop weeks the elevators are unlocked at 8:00am, and relocked at either 5:30pm or 9:00pm, depending on scheduled activities. AT ALL OTHER TIMES, elevator access to ICERM must be granted for non-Brown ID card holders by the lobby security. Please honor any requests to sign-in or show ID.

Long-term ICERM participants are provided with a Brown University ID card, which allows 24/7 access to ICERM.

 

Incoming Mail
Long-term participant mailboxes are on the 11th floor in the copier room.

Incoming/shipping via US Postal Service, mail to:
Visitor Name
c/o ICERM/Brown University
Box 1995
Providence, RI 02912

Incoming/shipping via FedEx or UPS, ship to:
Visitor Name
c/o ICERM/Brown University
121 S. Main Street, 11th Floor
Providence, RI 02903

Outgoing Mail
U.S. and campus mail is picked-up and delivered between 2:00pm and 3:00pm each weekday. Outgoing campus and stamped mail can be placed in the out-box at the reception desk. ICERM will supply the postage and envelopes for ICERM related items up to 16 ounces. For packages over 16 ounces, please see ICERM staff to discuss mailing options.

There is a U.S. Post Office located four blocks from the ICERM building at 2 Exchange Terrace, Providence, RI 02903-1781. There is a FedEx Office located just a few blocks from ICERM at 50 Kennedy Plaza, Providence, RI 02903. For more FedEx options, please go to FedEx.com.

 

Telephone
Each long-term visitor office has at least one telephone. ICERM phones are available to these visitors for local calls. For all other domestic and international calls, visitors will need to use a personal cell phone, a calling card, place a collect call, charge the call to another number, or use SKYPE.

Dial "8" to obtain an outside line from ICERM phones. For domestic calling, dial 8 + 1 + area code + number. Include the area code when placing a call outside of Rhode Island. The website http://www.qwestdex.com/ can be used for directory assistance.

Internal dialing instructions: internal calls within ICERM and Brown University require only the last five digits of the phone number. For example, for ICERM’s main number just dial 3-5030 instead of 401-863-5030.

Fax
The fax machine is for ICERM business use only. Please ask ICERM staff for assistance with faxing.

ICERM participants, postdocs and staff may reserve ICERM rooms when they are available.

11th floor Lecture Hall (100 seats, classroom style)
11th floor Conference Room (18 seats, conference room)
10th floor Seminar Room (20 seats, classroom style)

To reserve a room, please send an e-mail to info@icerm.brown.edu, or talk to the Program Coordinator to reserve any of the above rooms. We also encourage participants to make use of the ample collaborative spaces on both the 10th and 11th floors.

Access to Brown University Sciences Library/Friedman Study Center.

Long-term participants (holding a Brown University ID Card) have two ways to access Brown University's Sciences Library (Sci-Li)

1. From ICERM’s thin clients or using a remote computer:
View Brown's electronic library collection on-line. http://library.brown.edu

A variety of viewing options are listed under the "QUICK LINKS" section on the upper left of the page. For printing, follow the print instructions found in the long-term visitor’s welcome packet. Some access and usage restrictions may apply.

2. From the Sciences Library:
Walk to the "Sci-Li" (also known as the Friedman Study Center) which is located at 201 Thayer Street.

Please note that Workshop visitors cannot be granted library access.