0. Date of application
This is the date upon which you agree to the terms of the license.
1. THE LICENSEE
Salutation and LAST name:
NOTE: The licensee must be the university professor, or equivalent, who is in charge of the research project. Students and non-academic staff can not obtain academic licenses.
2. FIRST name:
3. Academic institution:
5. Mailing Address:
6. Your position at this institution:
8. Phone number:
with international code
9. Fax number:
10. Which codes are you interested in licensing?
Select one or more.
11. New, additional or replacement license
Select one of these choices:
This is the first time I have applied to license this code.
This is an additional license for code I previously licensed.
This is to change the computer used to run previously licensed code.
12. Describe the research project(s) which will use EACH of the codes you selected in item 10:
Prepare this outside of the form and then past text into the box.
13. Who will be using the code?
List professors, students and/or research associates.
14. Where do you usually publish
results of your research?
Name journals, government reports, etc.
NOTE: The code you license will operate only on one computer running the MS Windows operating system. You are required to supply the Physical Address number associated with the netword card on the computer that will run the inversion code.
Send questions to < firstname.lastname@example.org >
15. The Physical Address of the computer that will run the codes.
ENTER EXACTLY AS SHOWN - CHECK CAREFULLY !
Instructions below ...
16. When the form is complete, click
to send information to UBC-GIF.
Finding the Physical Address number for the Windows XP (or 2000) computer that will be used to run UBC-GIF modelling and inversion codes.
NOTE: You must have a network adapter in your computer.
command line window via the Start menu , Run option, then enter "cmd" in the Open box, and click OK.
At the command line, type "
ipconfig /all" The computer should display a page of information such as that below.
The Physical Address is circled in the figure below. This is the number required in the last box of the form above.
The address can also be found via the Windows "Control Panel" but exact details depend upon your Window's setup. Basically, you must find
Network connections => Local Area Connection from the Control Panel menu. You should end up with a window similar to the following. The Physical Address is circled.