Dark matter is a pillar of modern cosmology and provides strong evidence for physics beyond the Standard Model. Its impact on cosmology is modelled in N-body simulations, its distribution is being mapped with weak lensing studies, its production is being searched for at the LHC and its detection is sought for directly in deep underground detectors or indirectly through observation of its annihilation products.
Our next meeting will be a hybrid in-person -- online meeting. The in-person element will be at the visitor centre at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory.
All from those working on dark matter related activities in the UK are welcome to attend.
Please register for the meeting by following the link to the meeting's Indico page:
February and March 2021, Boulby Feasibility Study (online) meetings
October 2019, University of Manchester
April 2019, King's College London
July 2018, Durham University
January 2018, University of Bristol
July 2017, University of Edinburgh
January 2017, University College London
June 2015, University of Liverpool
December 2014, University of Oxford
June 2014, Durham University