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Department of Physics Colloquium

Monday, May 10, 2021 at 4:00pm to 5:00pm

Virtual Event

General Physics Colloquium, Professor Tomer Volansky, Tel Aviv University

Title:  New Avenues in the Hunt for Dark Matter

Host:  Csaba Csaki

Abstract:  The existence of dark matter has been well established with overwhelming evidence, but its particle identity remains unknown.  Significant progress has been made in recent years in expanding the dark matter search to new uncharted territories.  In this talk I will focus on the possibilities to probe light and ultralight dark matter, which have been argued to be particularly motivated.  I will briefly review the current status of the field and discuss new avenues in the search for dark matter.

Dial-In Information

This talk will be given via Zoom, and the link is emailed to the Physics listserv the week of the talk.  If you are not on the listserv, please contact Sue Sullivan at sfc1@cornell.edu by Monday at 3:00 pm to request the link.

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Event Type

Colloquium

Departments

Physics

Tags

cascal, physics

Hashtag

#Physics

Contact E-Mail

sfc1@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Sue Sullivan

Speaker

Professor Tomer Volansky

Speaker Affiliation

Tel Aviv University

Dept. Web Site

https://physics.cornell.edu

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