The development is part-financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund) under the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme.

The Baltic Sea Underground Innovation Network

The BSUIN project was presented at the 45th Congress of Polish Physicists in Krakow (Poland), September 13-18, 2019. The Congress is organized every two years in Poland. About 600 scientists from various branches of physics and related fields, physics teachers, representatives of industry and institutions financing research and their implementation, students and amateurs – physics.

The underground laboratories in the EUL

All laboratories

News & events

Exploring the ULs’ expectations for a CRM system

Choosing the right CRM system for an organization is challenging, which is why prior to the acquisition, precise CRM system requirements and specifications should be defined to support decision-making. One of the aims of the project was to provide CRM system requirements specification for the ULs. To explore the needs and limitations of the ULs, an online survey was used in this project.

OCTOBER 3, 2021

BIG DATA and global underground laboratories

In the EUL project, we develop better customer management and marketing processes for the partner laboratories and enhance the discovery and usability of the created online platform.


Lessons Learnt: Baltic Sea Region Common Identity

There are quite a few ideas, thoughts, lessons that you get as working in a transnational project team. The Baltic Sea Underground Innovation Network (BSUIN) project gave us a great opportunity to learn more about the common identity and differences that we have around our Baltic Sea.