Stefan Söldner-Rembold
DUNE co-spokesperson
University of Manchester, United Kingdom

To be one mile underground, I wouldn’t say it’s creepy – but it’s a little bit surreal. Going down the mineshaft to the 4850 foot level where the DUNE detector will be built is quite an experience. It makes you appreciate how challenging it will be to get this enormous detector down there, basically with a lift. And what we do now will influence how this will look in 20 years, and the experiment people will work with in 20 years, which is quite interesting. It’s fun, working with a wide range of different people on a project where you can still define how it looks at the end.