European Low-Level Laboratories convene for CELLAR Community Meeting

Underground physics laboratories in Europe have been a driving force for progress in various domains. This includes nuclear and particle physics as well as low-background detector technologies, which are crucial for experimental studies of weak nuclear processes, such as those which are driving stellar evolution.

The three-day CELLAR Community Meeting 2022 (starting November 28), aims to provide updates on recent developments in this field and help to better network the participants of this community. The meeting is hosted by HZDR, VKTA and TU Dresden, and supported by ChETEC-INFRA.