Chess website accounts are available to the Chess community, which includes participants at Berkeley and affiliated universities, the personnel of sponsor companies, and individuals collaborating with specific workgroups. For details, see Who can get a login?. Accounts are simply a means for providing you with an "identity" on the server so you can participate in the discussion groups and so on.
Select a user name and enter your real name and email address. The user name must contain no spaces or non-alphanumeric characters, except period (.) and underscore (_).
User name
Your last name
Your first name (and middle, etc. if desired)
Optional Suffix (Ph.D., Jr., etc.)
Your full email address, which must be at your educational institution, and not a personal address like .gmail.com
Educational Institution
Home page listing your role and email address at your educational institution
Material(s) in which you are interested. At least one choice is required. Lee & Seshia: "Introduction to Embedded Systems" Lee & Varaiya: "Signals and Systems" Lee: "Concurrency"
Ptolemaus: "System Design, Modeling, and Simulation using Ptolemy II"
You are being offered membership in the instructors group. Other groups are available, but you must meet certain requirements, see above. See also the Full Request Account Page.
Choose Member if you want to be on the email list for that group, Choose Guest otherwise. The group names are linked to the overview page of each group, in case you need to know more about the groups.
instructors Resources for Instructors Guest Member
 Christopher Brooks, Prabal Dutta, Edward A. Lee, Sanjit Seshia, Mary Stewart 
Enter a brief explanation to the group admins as to the reason for your request. This is merely to ensure that the group admins know who you are and why you wish to join, and will be sent to them by email.
Reason for request
Press the Request account button to email your account request to the group admins.

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