SNOLAB is hosting its bi-annual Future Projects Workshop to address scientific research related to the underground campus at 2070m in the Creighton mine.
As part of its medium term planning process, SNOLAB is undertaking a scoping review of potential future small- and medium-scale experiments and detector technology R&D efforts within the astroparticle physics community.
With the goal of creating a stronger network and sharing expertise, experimental collaborations within the neutrino and dark matter physics community are invited to present their capabilities, status, R&D program and plans. Special attention will be given to collaborations having an interest in using any space underground at SNOLAB over the next five to ten years.
The conference will open on Monday, July 15 and close on Tuesday July 16, 2019, with a dinner on Monday night. A satellite workshop on Low-Background techniques for Dark Matter and Neutrino Physics will be organized on Wednesday, July 17, 2019.
Tours of the underground science areas of the SNOLAB facility will be available as part of the workshop on Wednesday morning, July 17.