12-16 March 2018
IPPP, Durham University
Europe/London timezone

The purpose of this workshop is to discuss and share new developments, experimental and theoretical, that can shed light on the nature of the dark matter in the Universe.

To facilitate the interaction between participants we plan to have a limited number of talks (one in the morning and one in the afternoon) followed by in depth discussion.

We will focus on a small number of areas/projects including:

  • Detection of low-mass dark matter.
  • Self-interacting dark matter.
  • Velocity dependent dark-matter annihilation.
  • Axion miniclusters

**** IMPORTANT ****

The meeting will take place in four different locations (due to space limitations), please check the timetable and the following map to find the right room!

https://drive.google.com/open?id=18su0qJSvlnD1lc3yCSsHhiQbDX4eZVbp&usp=sharing

  • MONDAY
    Lindisfarne Centre (morning)
    James Knott Room (afternoon)
     
  • TUESDAY
    Van Mildert College 
     
  • WEDNESDAY
    James Knott Room (morning)
    IPPP, OC218 (afternoon)
     
  • THURSDAY
    Van Mildert College (morning)
    IPPP, OC218 (afternoon)
     
  • FRIDAY
    James Knott Room

 

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