Unlocking Dark Matter Physics out of Astrophysical Data Sets

Webinar:- Unlocking Dark Matter Physics out of Astrophysical Data Sets

Cosmological observations and galaxy dynamics seem to imply that 84% of all matter in the universe is composed of dark matter, which is not accounted for by the Standard Model of particles. The particle nature of dark matter is one of the most intriguing puzzles of our time.

The wealth of knowledge which is and will soon be available from astrophysical surveys will reveal new information about our universe. The speaker will discuss how we can use new and complementary data sets to improve our understanding of the particle nature of dark matter both at large and small scales.

時間:2021.10.12(二) 21:00~22:20
講者: Cora Dvorkin(Harvard University)

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“Copernicus Webinar and Colloquium Series”: To promote scientific discussions during this pandemic, they are organizing an online seminar series, i.e. Copernicus Webinar Series, seeking the most outstanding speakers to introduce innovative ideas and important progress in the field of gravity and cosmology. This series is named after the famous Polish Astronomer, Nicolaus Copernicus, whose discovery eventually marked the dawn of modern science.