Jan 15 – 18, 2024
Canada/Eastern timezone

Thank You for a Successful Workshop!

We hope to host you again one day soon!

Hosted in partnership with Queen Mary University of London, this will be a 3.5-day workshop will bring together experts from different scientific communities to identify these challenges and plan for future quantum-enabled particle detection experiments.

Over the past decades, semiconductor technology, based on quantum mechanical principles, has enabled us to unlock some of the biggest secrets of the Universe. However, there are outlying challenges, such as the detection and characterisation of dark matter, and the measurement of neutrino mass. It is natural to ask if recent developments in quantum technologies, driven by sensing and computing applications, can shed light on these unanswered questions. 

Please see PDF below for a link for the SNOLAB Visitor Guide. There will be an underground tour available for those interested. This document provides procedures to prepare for going underground.

There are also video links below on how a typical SNOLAB Underground Tour goes. Also see the detailed tab explaining the proccess in the menu to the left. 

Organizing Committee

James Thomas, Queen Mary University of London

Jan Mol, Queen Mary University of London

Adrian Bevan, Queen Mary University of London 

Jeter Hall, SNOLAB

Stephen Sekula, SNOLAB

Erica Brunelle, SNOLAB


Travel accommodations can be booked through emailing conference organizers; specifically James Thomas <j.o.thomas@qmul.ac.uk>. He will then pass your details on to 'Key Travel', who will accommodate the travel requests.

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.     

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