The international neutrino physics community has come together to develop the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE), a leading-edge experiment for neutrino science and proton decay studies. This experiment, together with the facility that will support it, the Long-Baseline Neutrino Facility (LBNF), will be an internationally designed, coordinated and funded program, hosted at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab) in Batavia, Illinois.

How to join the DUNE Collaboration:

A structure of working groups, task forces, boards and committees has been established to advance work in each of the key areas of physics research, in development of the detectors and prototypes and for coordination of interfaces among these areas and between DUNE and LBNF. Leadership and membership of these groups reflect DUNE’s commitment to fully integrating the participating institutions from around the world into the planning and execution of the collaboration’s activities and to provide roles for younger members.

How to join a Working Group:

  • Decide which Working Group you are interested in joining  WGs.jpg
  • Subscribe to the email list on the Working Group's page and work with the group to determine where you can contribute.

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How to get Computer Accounts:

After joining the DUNE Collaboration, follow these instructions on getting a computer account.

How to Join the DUNE VO:

If you have obtained Fermilab computer accounts recently, you will automatically be added to the DUNE VO.  Otherwise, follow these instructions on joining the DUNE VO.