PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 358 - 36th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC2019) - DM - Dark Matter
The BSUIN project
K. Jędrzejczak,* Z. Debicki, M. Kasztelan, W. Marszal, J. Orzechowski, M. Przybylak, P. Tokarski, P. Jalas, V. Isoherranen, J. Joutsenvaara, E.r. Niinikoski, R. Heikkila, H. Ahola, P. Aro, T. Vuorela, J. Kisiel, K. Karpa, K. Szkilniarz, M. Laaksoharju, M. Ohlsson, W. Pytel, D. Horner, H. Mischo, R. Giese, K. Jaksch, V. Mockus, T. Valys, V. Gostilo, V. Shekov, A. Stepanov, V.K.A. Paat et al. (click to show)
*corresponding author
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Abstract
Baltic Sea Underground Innovation Network (BSUIN) is an European Union funded project that extends capabilities of underground laboratories. The aim of the project is to join efforts in making the underground laboratories in the Baltic Sea Region’s more accessible for innovation, business development and science by improving the availability of information about the underground facilities, service offerings, user experience, safety and marketing.The development of standards for the characterization of underground laboratories will allow to compared them with each other.
This will help you choose the best places for physical measurements such as neutrino physics or searching for dark matter. The project concerns laboratories where so far no measurements have been made, and even undergrounds where there are no organized laboratories yet.The description of the BSUIN project and the first results of characterization of natural radioactive background in underground laboratories will be presentedṪhe BSUIN Project is funded by Interreg Baltic Sea funding cooperation
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.358.0523
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