12-13 August 2019
Europe/Vienna timezone

Light Dark World 2019 

August 12 - 13, 2019

Erwin Schrödinger Institute, Vienna, Austria

Light Dark World 2019 is the fourth meeting of the Light Dark World International Forum. It will be held on August 12 - 13, 2019 at Erwin Schrödinger International Institute for Mathematics and Physics (ESI) in Vienna, Austria. Light Dark World 2019 is a part of a bigger program, STRONG-DM.

Light Dark World 2019 will continue the successful past meetings (Light Dark World 2016Light Dark World 2017, Light Dark World 2018), and bring together global experts from experiment and theory to discuss recent advances in the field of light new particles beyond the Standard Model, as well as develop new opportunities to study new light hypothetical particles, including light gauge bosons, light dark matter, axions and axion-like particles, sterile neutrinos and more.

http://indico.cern.ch/e/LDW2019

 


 

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Europe/Vienna
Erwin Schrödinger International Institute for Mathematics and Physics (ESI) Boltzmanngasse 9 1090 Wien, Austria
Confirmed Invited Speakers:

Haipeng An (Tsinghua) Light fermionic dark matter and the Lyman-alpha constraint
Nicolás Bernal (Antonio Nariño) Ultraviolet Freeze-in and Non-Standard Cosmologies
Itay Bloch (Tel Aviv) Comagnetometers as a Probe to New Physics
Alexey Boyarsky (Leiden) Decaying and warm DM, a status report
Yanou Cui (UC Riverside) Cosmic Archaeology with Gravitational Waves from (Axion) Cosmic Strings
Alberto Escalante del Valle (AAS) Search for dark sectors and long lived particles at the LHC
Frank Deppisch (UCL/AAS) Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay and the Search for Lepton Number Violation
Timon Emken (Chalmers) Direct detection of sub-GeV dark matter with strong interactions through a light mediator
Gianluca Inguglia (AAS) First results and prospects for dark sector physics at Belle II
Sergei Gninenko (CERN) NA64: new results and prospects
Florian Reindl (AAS) Cryogenic scintillating dark matter detectors with a particular focus on the CRESST experiment
Jochen Schieck (AAS) DANAE
Neelima Sehgal (Stony Brook) CMB-HD: Probing Dark Matter Particle Properties with Ultra-High-Resolution CMB Lensing
Lukas Semmelrock (AAS) Light dark states with electromagnetic form factors
Armin Shayeghi (Vienna) Searching for light DM with molecular matter waves
Anastasia Sokolenko (Oslo) Phenomenology of GeV-scale scalar portal
Tommi Tenkanen (Johns Hopkins) Initial conditions for non-thermal dark matter production

Organizing Committee:

Brian Batell (Pittsburgh)
Nicolás Bernal (Antonio Nariño)
Xiaoyong Chu (Austrian Academy of Sciences)
Alejandro Ibarra (TU Munich)
Hye-Sung Lee (KAIST)
Josef Pradler (Austrian Academy of Sciences)
Tomer Volansky (Tel Aviv)


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