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                              “All the dark we can not see - the state-of-the art

                                    in direct searches for particle dark matter"





Thursday, 28. Nov. 2019

    Video-Recording for any system with MP4-support

   - Video.mp4  (ca.393 Mb)

 15:15 – 16:25



One of the major challenges of modern physics is to decipher the nature of dark matter. Astrophysical observations provide ample evidence for the existence of an invisible and

dominant mass component in the observable universe. The dark matter could be made

of new, yet undiscovered elementary particles, with allowed masses and interaction

strengths with normal matter spanning an enormous range.  Among these, particles

with masses in the MeV-TeV range could be directly observed via elastic or inelastic

scatters with atomic nuclei or with electrons in ultra-low background detectors

operated deep underground.  After an introduction to the dark matter problem and the phenomenology of direct dark matter detection, I will discuss the most promising

direct detection techniques, addressing their current and future science reach,

as well as their complementarity.


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