This three-day event aims to nurture discussions and bring together experts on the broad topic of Primordial Black Holes (PBHs). From their phenomenological implications, their possible relationship to extant problems in the SM (dark matter, neutrino masses, baryon asymmetry, inflation), their theoretical underpinnings and origin, to the multi-messenger signals that are motivating state-of-the-art experimental developments.
The registration fee, which we will open in the coming week, is £175. This fee covers venue hire, an AV Team, coffee breaks twice per day, and the workshop dinner.
We have secured a limited amount of funding from EUCAPT to assist junior researchers with some of their expenses. If you wish to apply for this funding, please indicate your interest either via email or on the registration form.
This is primarily an in-person workshop.
This workshop is funded by the Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology, Durham University and sponsored by the EuCAPT network.