Dark Matter Interpretations for Direct Detection

Tuesday, 9 August 2016 - 08:00
Lincoln College, Oxford

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9 Aug 2016
AM
09:30
Morning Session (until 12:30) ()
09:30 Welcome/Intro   ()
Slides
09:50 SuperCDMS @ EFT - Dr David G. Cerdeño (IPPP, Durham University)   ()
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10:20 Non-relativistic effective theory approach to dark matter direct detection - Riccardo Catena   ()
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10:50 --- (coffee) ---
11:20 An Effective Field Theory Analysis of the LUX Dark Matter Search - Dr Nicole Larsen   ()
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11:50 Renormalization group effects in Dark Matter direct detection - Fady Bishara (University of Oxford)   ()
Slides
PM
12:30 --- Lunch ---
13:30
Afternoon Session (until 17:50) ()
13:30 Dark matter effective field theory scattering in the XE100 detector - Ran Itay   ()
Slides
14:00 Prospects for dark matter detection with inelastic transitions of xenon - Christopher McCabe   ()
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14:30 Leading corrections to spin-independent WIMP scattering off nuclei - Javier Menéndez   ()
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15:00 --- (coffee) ---
15:30 EFT/simplified models - Mr Uli Haisch (Oxford University)   ()
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16:00 Impact of astrophysical uncertainties on WIMP direct detection - Prof. Anne Green (University of Nottingham)   ()
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16:30 Quantifying compatibility among WIMP direct search data in a halo-independent way - Ji-haeng Huh   ()
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17:00 Dark Matter Detectors and the Neutrino Wall - Malcolm Fairbairn   ()
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17:30 closeout/discussion   ()
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19:00 --- Workshop Dinner ---
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