Apr 27 – 28, 2023
Canada/Eastern timezone

Event overview

The nature of the neutrino is a top international scientific priority. Neutrinoless double-beta decay is one of the most promising experimental techniques to answer key questions about the nature of this elusive particle. There is an international effort to support the continued progress in the search for neutrinoless double-beta decay. The purpose of the 2nd International Summit on the Future of Double Beta Decay is to bring together stakeholders in this pursuit to continue discussions on the strategy and path to progress in this scientific priority.


Review the summit agenda here and find it attached below in PDF format.


Find the SNOLAB Visitor Information Guide here and attached below. Tours of the SNOLAB underground campus will be available for those interested and the visitor guide linked below provides information about travelling underground. If your are interested in what a typical visit to SNOLAB is like, view this video to learn more. Any questions regarding tours can be directed to outreach@snolab.ca.  

Tours of the SNOLAB surface clean rooms and machine shop facilities will be available on Friday, April 28th between 4-5PM.

Local Organizing Committee

Erica Brunelle (Administrative Assistant, SNOLAB)

Jodi Cooley (Executive Director, SNOLAB)

Blaire Flynn (Education and Outreach Officer, SNOLAB)

Jeter Hall (Director of Research, SNOLAB)

Samantha Kuula (Chief Business Officer, SNOLAB)

Michael Whitehouse (Communications Officer, SNOLAB) 


COVID-19 Mitigations

There are mitigations in place at SNOLAB to reduce the spread of respiratory illness including masks and hand sanitation stations available to all in the SNOLAB building.     

Current information on travelling to Canada with regards to COVID-19 can be found on the Government of Canada travel page. Information can be found on the current status of COVID-19 in Greater Sudbury through our local health authority, Public Health Sudbury and Districts.  

Code of Conduct 

At SNOLAB, we believe advancing equity, diversity, and inclusion strengthens the scientific community and the quality of our research output. We are committed to creating, supporting, and maintaining a learning, research, and work environment free from discriminatory and intimidating behaviour, and to work collaboratively with other stakeholders, when appropriate, to do the same.    

Code of Conduct for SNOLAB events

More information about SNOLAB can be found at www.snolab.ca

Registration for this event is currently open.