Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme

Cosmology for particle physicists (1/5)

by Carroll, S., Univ. of Chicago, USA

500-1-001 - Main Auditorium (CERN)

500-1-001 - Main Auditorium


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The past few years have seen dramatic breakthroughs and spectacular and puzzling discoveries in astrophysics and cosmology. We know much about the universe, but understand very little. Open questions include the nature of the dark matter and dark energy, the origin of the matter/antimatter asymmetry, the possibility of inflation, and the role of string theory and extra dimensions in the early universe. All of these issues impact strongly on, and will be heavily influenced by, upcoming experiments in particle physics. I will give an overview of current questions at the overlap of cosmology and particle physics, and discuss some theoretical and experimental questions likely to be important in the near future.
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