dr Grzegorz Zuzel



phone: +48-12 664 4861
room#: F-0-20

Fields of Research:

  • Experimental Neutrino Physics
  • Development of extremely low background
    detectors and techniques

Physics Links:


  • Searches for direct interactions of dark matter particles in the DARKSIDE detector, Warsaw University, 08.03.2016, Warsaw, Poland
  • High-sensitivity online monitor for 222Rn in air, Canfranc Underground Laboratory, 14.10.2015, Canfranc, Spain
  • First results of the GERDA experiment, National Centre for Nuclear Research, 14.03.2014, Warsaw, Poland
  • Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay and the Newest Results of the GERDA Experiment, Warsaw University, 12.12.2013, Warsaw, Poland
  • First Results on Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay of 76Ge by the GERDA Experiment, Warsaw University, 25.11.2013, Warsaw, Poland
  • What do we know now about neutrinos?, Seminar of the Polish Physical Society, 03.10.2013, Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland
  • Geo-neutrinos in BOREXINO, Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Polish Academy of Science, 16.11.2010, Cracow, Poland
  • Detection of geo-neutrinos in BOREXINO, Seminar of High Energy Physics, 30.04.2010, Institute of Experimental Physics, Warsaw University, Warsaw, Poland



“Radio-pure materials and technologies for science and society” financed by the Foundation for Polish Science in the frame of the TEAM Programme.

For physics frontier experiments, designed to investigate fundamental problems of the Standard Model like non-conservation of lepton number (through neutrino-less double beta decay) or existence of dark matter particles, the expected signals are very week. The detectors need to have large active masses and simultaneously the background rates, caused by natural radioactivity, must be pushed down to extremely low levels. Comprehensive research program on the background reduction techniques is therefore proposed. It will allow for better understanding of the origin of the most relevant isotopes, and for easier, faster and more confident selection of materials and procedures for applications with the highest radio-purity demands (single-atom level). Finally, the presented project will have crucial impact on future large-scale (ton-scale) experiments in the field of nuclear and astro-particle physics.

JOB OFFERS in the frame of the TEAM project.