Friday Phenomenology Group Seminars
A dark force, which is a necessary ingredient of self-interacting dark matter models, can lead to gravothermal collapse of dark matter in small mass halos.
I will explain how we can search for light Dark Matter by detecting small amounts of phonons in specific crystals.
Much remains to be understood about the origin and evolution of our universe's largest supermassive black holes (SMBHs).
Pioneered in the 1950s by Hanbury Brown and Twiss, intensity interferometry refers to the correlation of light intensities incident on two telescopes.
I will argue that if the density of dark matter in the early universe is dominated by subhorizon, non-relativistic field modes, then there is a relatively model-independent bound on the mass of…
Theoretically well motivated models of dark matter such as inelastic dark matter (including the last surviving electroweak WIMP, the pseudo-Dirac Higgsino) and strongly interacting dark…
Thousands of person years have been invested in searches for New Physics (NP), the majority of them motivated by theoretical considerations.