The Dark Side of the Universe DSU2022

from Monday, December 5, 2022 (8:30 AM) to Friday, December 9, 2022 (5:00 PM)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Dec 5, 2022
Dec 6, 2022
Dec 7, 2022
Dec 8, 2022
Dec 9, 2022
8:30 AM
Registration (until 9:15 AM) (Foyer)
9:15 AM
Plenary -Prof. Matthew Dolan (University of Melbourne) (until 10:30 AM) (G03)
9:15 AM Opening   (G03)
9:30 AM News from sub-GeV FI(N)Ps - Joerg Jaeckel (Institut fuer theoretische Physik, Heidelberg University)   (G03)
10:00 AM Primordial Black Holes as Dark Matter - Dr Florian Kühnel (LMU Munich)   (G03)
10:30 AM --- Coffee break ---
11:00 AM
Plenary - Ciaran O'Hare (Sydney) (until 12:30 PM) (G03)
11:00 AM Light sub-GeV dark matter at accelerators - Adam Ritz   (G03)
11:30 AM Status and prospects of dark matter direct detection - Theresa Fruth (University of Sydney)   (G03)
12:00 PM Dark matter searches in the southern hemisphere - Elisabetta Barberio   (G03)
9:00 AM
Plenary -Prof. Nicole Bell (The University of Melbourne) (until 10:30 AM) (G03)
9:00 AM Neutron Star Heating: WIMP DM vs others - Natsumi Nagata   (G03)
9:30 AM Dark matter and dark sectors in stars - Aaron Vincent (Queen's University)   (G03)
10:00 AM The light of a Billion Stars: Dark matter and the stellar halo - Geraint Lewis   (G03)
10:30 AM --- Coffee break ---
11:00 AM
Plenary -Prof. Archil Kobakhidze (until 12:30 PM) (G03)
11:00 AM Lower than freeze-in portal couplings can still generate DM and be measured via Gravitational Waves - Alexander Vikman (Czech Academy of Sciences (CZ))   (G03)
11:30 AM Dark energy, black holes and effective field theory - Shinji Mukohyama   (G03)
12:00 PM Lensing reconstruction of AliCPT-1 - Bin Hu (Beijing Normal University)   (G03)
9:00 AM
Plenary - Alejandro Ibarra (until 10:30 AM) (G03)
9:00 AM Seeking the mechanism of neutrino mass generation: a brief review - Prof. Raymond Volkas (The University of Melbourne)   (G03)
9:30 AM Charting the leptogenesis landscape - Julia Harz   (G03)
10:00 AM Neutrino oscillation experiments - Sunny Seo   (G03)
10:30 AM --- Coffee break ---
11:00 AM
Plenary - Danny Marfatia (until 12:30 PM) (G03)
11:00 AM Physics potential of CEvNS in the Standard Model and beyond - Valentina De Romeri   (G03)
11:30 AM Supernova neutrinos: probing physics within and beyond the Standard Model - Meng-Ru Wu (Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica)   (G03)
12:00 PM Neutrino astronomy - Jenni Adams (University of Canterbury)   (G03)
9:00 AM
Plenary - Osamu Seto (until 10:30 AM) (G03)
9:00 AM 5D perspectives on the QCD axion - Tony Gherghetta (University of Minnesota (US))   (G03)
9:30 AM Production of (dark) matter in the early stage of the Universe - Yann MAMBRINI   (G03)
10:00 AM Role of dark Higgs boson in DM physics and Higgs inflation - Prof. Pyungwon Ko (KIAS)   (G03)
10:30 AM --- Coffee break ---
11:00 AM
Plenary - Masahiro Kawasaki (until 12:30 PM) (G03)
11:00 AM Multi-field inflation - Jinn-Ouk Gong   (G03)
11:30 AM Early universe cosmology with the stochastic gravitational wave background - Sachiko Kuroyanagi (IFT UAM-CSIC)   (G03)
12:00 PM Cosmic ray boosted dark matter - Prof. Yu-Feng Zhou   (G03)
9:00 AM
Plenary -Dr Chris Gordon (University of Canterbury) (until 10:30 AM) (G03)
9:00 AM Detection of the Sagittarius Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy in Gamma-Rays - Roland Crocker   (G03)
9:30 AM High-energy astrophysics with gamma-ray telescopes - Dr Gavin Rowell   (G03)
10:00 AM Improving Theoretical Predictions for Gamma-Ray Signals from Heavy WIMPs - Tracy Slatyer   (G03)
10:30 AM --- Coffee break ---
11:00 AM
Plenary - Sven Heinemeyer (CSIC (Madrid, ES)) (until 12:30 PM) (G03)
11:00 AM The Universe as a Lab for New Physics Across Cosmic Times - Prof. Cora Dvorkin   (G03)
11:30 AM Dark matter with GAMBIT - Csaba Balazs   (G03)
12:00 PM Has the CMSSM survived Planck, the LHC, Direct and Indirect Detection experiments? - Keith A. Olive (University of Minnesota (US))   (G03)
12:30 PM --- Lunch break ---
2:00 PM
Dark matter - Theresa Fruth (University of Sydney) (until 3:40 PM) (230)
2:00 PM First results from the LUX-ZEPLIN (LZ) dark matter experiment - Nishat Parveen (SUNY Albany)   (230)
2:20 PM XENONnT Dark Matter Experiment: Recent Status and Latest Results - Dr Yajing Xing (SUBATECH)   (230)
2:40 PM Direct dark matter searches in XMASS-I - Atsushi Takeda   (230)
3:00 PM DARWIN: a liquid xenon observatory for rare events physics searches - Dr Sara Diglio (SUBATECH/CNRS/In2p3)   (230)
3:20 PM DarkSide-20k and the Direct Dark Matter Search with Liquid Argon - Thomas Nathan Thorpe (University of California Los Angeles (US))   (230)
2:00 PM
Early Universe - Sachiko Kuroyanagi (IFT UAM-CSIC) (until 3:40 PM) (149)
2:00 PM CP-violating inflation - Venus Keus (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS))   (149)
2:20 PM Type II Seesaw Leptogenesis - Neil Barrie   (149)
2:40 PM Universe with a large lepton asymmetry - Masahiro Kawasaki   (149)
3:00 PM Constraining Phase Transitions in Grand Unified Theories with Gravitational Waves - Matthew Pearce (Monash University)   (149)
3:20 PM Gravitational production during reheating phase: the possibility of purely Gravitational reheating - MD RIAJUL Haque (Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati)   (149)
2:00 PM
Ultralight dark matter - Benjamin Roberts (until 3:40 PM) (229)
2:00 PM Proposals for searches of scalar field dark matter using cavity resonators and capacitors - Dr Igor Samsonov (UNSW)   (229)
2:20 PM Dark matter detection via atomic interactions - Ashlee Caddell (The University of Queensland)   (229)
2:40 PM New optical clocks based on Cu II, Yb III, Hf II, Hf IV, and W VI ions which may be used to search for dark matter and variation of the fine structure constant - Saleh Allehabi   (229)
3:00 PM Searching for new bosons in atomic spectra - Pavel Fadeev (Helmholtz Institute Mainz, Johannes Gutenberg University, 55128 Mainz, Germany)   (229)
3:20 PM Searching for scalar field dark matter with hyperfine transitions in alkali atoms - Andrew Mansour   (229)
3:40 PM --- Coffee break ---
4:10 PM
Dark matter - Sara DIGLIO (SUBATECH/CNRS/In2p3) (until 5:50 PM) (230)
4:10 PM ANAIS-112: testing the DAMA/LIBRA signal beyond 3 sigma - Maria Martinez   (230)
4:30 PM Cryogenic NaI based remoTES calorimeters for direct dark matter detection in COSINUS - Mukund Raghunath Bharadwaj   (230)
4:50 PM Impact of quenching factor models on tests of DAMA - Madeleine Zurowski   (230)
5:10 PM Radio-impurity studies for dark matter detection with the SABRE South experiment - Dr Zuzana Slavkovska (Australian National University)   (230)
5:30 PM R11065 Crystal Photomultiplier Contribution to the SABRE South Experimental Background - William Melbourne (The University of Melbourne)   (230)
4:10 PM
Early Universe - Alexander Vikman (Czech Academy of Sciences (CZ)) (until 5:50 PM) (149)
4:10 PM Analyzing the Hubble tension through hidden sector dynamics in the early universe - Michael Klasen   (149)
4:30 PM De Sitter space as coherent state of gravitons - Dr Otari Sakhelashvili (The University of Sydney)   (149)
4:50 PM Massive neutrino self-interactions and inflation - Shouvik Roychoudhury   (149)
5:10 PM (The) Wiggles going non-linear - Nathan Cohen   (149)
5:30 PM Signatures of Light Massive Relics on nonlinear structure formation - Ravi Kumar Sharma (Indian Institute of Astrophysics bangalore)   (149)
4:10 PM
Ultralight dark matter - Igor Samsonov (UNSW) (until 5:50 PM) (229)
4:10 PM Searching for ultralight scalar dark matter with muonium and muonic atoms - Yevgeny Stadnik (The University of Sydney)   (229)
4:30 PM Searches for axion dark matter at IBS-CAPP - Dr SungWoo Youn (Institute for Basic Science)   (229)
4:50 PM Axions in the post-inflationary scenario - Giovanni Pierobon   (229)
5:10 PM Dynamical Friction from Ultralight Dark Matter - You-Rong Frank Wang (The University of Auckland)   (229)
5:30 PM Search for a Variation of the Fine Structure Constant around the Supermassive Black Hole in Our Galactic Centre - Benjamin Roberts   (229)
6:00 PM --- Reception ---
12:30 PM --- Lunch break ---
2:00 PM
Dark matter - Giorgio Busoni (The Australian National University) (until 3:40 PM) (230)
2:00 PM CYGNUS-Oz development of directional dark matter detection capabilities using a gaseous time projection chamber for the Cygnus experiment - Ferdos Dastgiri   (230)
2:20 PM Precise predictions and new insights for the Migdal effect - Peter Cox (The University of Melbourne)   (230)
2:40 PM Light dark matter: Theory and Chemistry - Tom Melia (Kavli IPMU)   (230)
3:00 PM Scintillating Bubble Chambers for GeV-Scale Dark Matter Searches - Prof. Russell Neilson (Drexel University)   (230)
3:20 PM GLIMPSE: Graphene-based Light Invisible Matter Particle SEarch - Jong-Chul Park   (230)
2:00 PM
Early Universe - Jan Hamann (The University of New South Wales) (until 3:40 PM) (149)
2:00 PM Constraining primordial tensor features with the anisotropies of the Cosmic Microwave Background - Ameek Malhotra   (149)
2:20 PM Non-Gaussianity in CMB lensing - Yuqi Kang   (149)
2:40 PM Enhancing Bispectrum Estimators for Photometric Galaxy Redshift Survey with Velocities - Mr Julius Wons (UNSW)   (149)
3:00 PM GPry: Fast Bayesian inference using Gaussian Processes - Jonas El Gammal (University of Stavanger)   (149)
3:20 PM Connecting the dark Universe and artificial intelligence - Andreas Nygaard (Aarhus University)   (149)
2:00 PM
Neutrino physics -Prof. Raymond Volkas (The University of Melbourne) (until 3:40 PM) (229)
2:00 PM Detecting Dark Matter Annihilation to Neutrinos - Nicole Bell   (229)
2:20 PM Searching for Dark Matter Annihilation with IceCube and P-ONE - Dr Stephan Meighen-Berger (The University of Melbourne)   (229)
2:40 PM Leptogenesis in gauged U(1)_{Lμ-Lτ} model - Shintaro Eijima   (229)
3:00 PM Riding the (Type-I) Seesaw: Neutrinos and New Physics - Adam Lackner   (229)
3:20 PM Seesaw Models and Higgs Physics - Tobias Felkl (University of New South Wales)   (229)
3:40 PM --- Coffee break ---
4:10 PM
BSM physics -Dr Venus Keus (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS)) (until 5:50 PM) (229)
4:10 PM Correlated signals of first-order phase transitions in dark sectors - Danny Marfatia   (229)
4:30 PM Improved stellar limits on a light CP-even scalar - Shyam Balaji (LPTHE)   (229)
4:50 PM Complementarity of Direct Detection experiments and Collider searches - Sven Heinemeyer (CSIC (Madrid, ES))   (229)
5:10 PM Electroweak corrections to Dark Matter Direct Detection - Rui Santos (ISEL and CFTC-UL)   (229)
5:30 PM Classification of CP-violating operators in SMEFT - Risshin Okabe (Kavli IPMU)   (229)
4:10 PM
Dark matter - Michael Klasen (until 5:50 PM) (230)
4:10 PM Impact of precision calculations in Simplified t channel Dark Matter models - Dipan Sengupta   (230)
4:30 PM Improved theoretical predictions of the dark matter relic abundance - Luca Paolo Wiggering (University of Münster)   (230)
4:50 PM Global Fits of vector-mediated simplified models for Dark Matter - Christopher Chang   (230)
5:10 PM Radiative Neutrino Mass with GeV Scale Majorana Dark Matter in Scotogenic Model - Avnish .   (230)
5:30 PM Composite dark matter from non-abelian gauge theories with real representations - Joachim Pomper (University of Graz)   (230)
4:10 PM
Early Universe - Jinn-Ouk Gong (until 5:50 PM) (149)
4:10 PM Constraining astrophysics and cosmology via the kinematic Sunyaev-Zel’dovich effect using SPT and DES data - Eduardo Schiappucci   (149)
4:30 PM High-resolution SZ observations for cluster cosmology with NIKA2 - Mr Corentin Hanser (CNRS)   (149)
4:50 PM Probing dark matter microphysics with gravitational waves and 21cm emission - Markus Rasmussen Mosbech   (149)
5:10 PM Constraints on decaying dark matter from lensing and magnification of cosmic voids - Earl Lester (University of Tasmania)   (149)
5:30 PM Discovering a new well: Decaying dark matter with profile likelihoods - Emil Brinch Holm   (149)
12:30 PM --- Lunch break ---
2:00 PM
BSM physics - Otari Sakhelashvili (Sydney University) (until 3:40 PM) (229)
2:00 PM Quantum gravity, the strong CP problem and the companion axion solution - Archil Kobakhidze   (229)
2:20 PM Dark radiation constraints on hidden gauge-axion system - Osamu Seto   (229)
2:40 PM Fake GUT - Keiichi WATANABE   (229)
3:00 PM Renormalization group effects in non-universal DFSZ axion models - Shohei Okawa (ICCUB, Universitat de Barcelona)   (229)
3:20 PM Exploring the cosmological dark matter coincidence using infrared fixed points - Alex Ritter (The University of Melbourne)   (229)
2:00 PM
Dark matter -Dr Peter Cox (The University of Melbourne) (until 3:20 PM) (230)
2:00 PM Observational evidence of dark matter within the quark nugget model - Dr Igor Samsonov (UNSW)   (230)
2:20 PM The effects of source morphology on machine learnings ability to identify dark matter substructure in strong gravitational lenses. - Tyler Hughes (Swinburne University of Technology)   (230)
2:40 PM Merging clusters as a test-bed for self-interacting dark matter - Ellen Sirks   (230)
3:00 PM Thermal WIMPs and the Scale of New Physics - Dr Ankit Beniwal (King’s College London)   (230)
2:00 PM
Gravity - Dark Energy - Shinji Mukohyama (until 3:40 PM) (149)
2:00 PM Fixing cosmological constant on the event horizon - Prof. Merab Gogberashvili (Javakhishvili State University)   (149)
2:20 PM Probing interacting Dark Energy models and scattering of baryons with Dark Matter in the light of 21cm signal - upala mukherjee (Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics)   (149)
2:40 PM Hunting Dark Energy on astrophysical scales - Leonardo Giani   (149)
3:00 PM Holography for extended theories of gravity - Masoud Ghezelbash   (149)
3:20 PM Matter Bounce Scenario in Extended Symmetric Teleparallel Gravity - Mr Amarkumar Agrawal (BITS-Pilani, Hyderabad Campus, India.)   (149)
3:40 PM --- Coffee break ---
4:10 PM
BSM physics - Tobias Felkl (University of New South Wales) (until 5:30 PM) (229)
4:10 PM LEvitated MAgnets for QUantum MEtrology - Pavel Fadeev (Helmholtz Institute Mainz, Johannes Gutenberg University, 55128 Mainz, Germany)   (229)
4:30 PM Recent Belle II results related to lepton-flavor universality and violation - Marco Milesi (The University of Melbourne)   (229)
4:50 PM Recent dark-sector results at Belle II - Chia-Ling Hsu (University of Sydney)   (229)
5:10 PM A Proposed Australian Facility for Particle and Nuclear Physics at the MeV-scale - Dr Lindsey Bignell (Department of Nuclear Physics and Accelerator Applications, The Australian National University)   (229)
4:10 PM
Dark matter -Dr Ankit Beniwal (King’s College London) (until 5:30 PM) (230)
4:10 PM Observational signatures of compact dark stars - Alejandro Ibarra   (230)
4:30 PM Capture of DM in Compact Stars - Giorgio Busoni (The Australian National University)   (230)
4:50 PM Neutron Star Heating and the (g-2)_muon Discrepancy - Maura Elizabeth Ramirez Quezada (University of Tokyo)   (230)
5:10 PM Dark Matter in Compact Objects - Michael Virgato   (230)
4:10 PM
Particle astrophysics - Roland Crocker (until 5:30 PM) (149)
4:10 PM Extending pulsar timing sensitivity below the nanohertz range - William DeRocco   (149)
4:30 PM Assessing the Impact of Hydrogen Absorption on the Characteristics of the Galactic Center Excess - Chris Gordon (University of Canterbury)   (149)
4:50 PM Axion electrodynamics in dense neutron star matter - Filippo Anzuini (Monash University)   (149)
5:10 PM Advancing Globular Cluster Constraints on the Axion-Photon Coupling - Fred Hiskens (The University of Melbourne)   (149)
7:00 PM --- Conference dinner ---