LRT 2004

Topical Workshop in Low Radioactivity Techniques
(Sudbury, Canada)
December 12-14, 2004

NEW - Instructions to authors for proceedings - Deadline March 7th 2005.
- Talks and posters can be downloaded from the workshop program page.
- Here is the final agenda.

The workshop was held at the Laurentian University campus in Sudbury, Canada from Sunday 12th to Tuesday 14th December. This was a two day topical workshop on the broad subject of low radioactivity techniques, especially applied to neutrino detectors, double-beta decay and dark matter experiments in underground laboratories.

Please see the first bulletin.

Participants could arrive on Saturday the 11th December (or before), with workshop sessions held on the 12th and 13th. There was a banquet dinner in the evening on the 12th, and underground tours of SNO were arranged on the 11th and 14th.

The workshop is funded in part by SNOLAB (through the Canada Foundation for Innovation) and the Canadian Institute of Particle Physics (IPP), and is organized by SNOLAB and Laurentian University.

Please use the online registration at your earliest convenience to participate. Participants interested in presenting a talk can submit an abstract to the advisory committee (via the Registration page), or by email to ( before November 1st 2004.