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.
The summer meeting of DMUK, a forum for all those interested in dark matter to discuss their
work, will take place at the University of Edinburgh on 28 July 2017.
Registration, requests for contributed talks and places at the evening
collaboration dinner, are available at this address: http://www.epay.ed.ac.uk/conferences-events/college-of-science-and-engineering/school-of-physics-and-astronomy/physics-and-astronomy/dmuk
Thanks to financial support there is NO FEE for the meeting, but the collaboration meal has a fee of £40.
A more complete website should be up and running soon. In the meantime you can contact
Chamkaur Ghag @ UCL or Christopher McCabe @ KCL if you need more
information. A quick Google search will bring up our contact details.