Dark Matter as a Portal to New Physics
January 14 (Mon), 2019 ~ January 18 (Fri), 2019
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    Venue
    APCTP (Pohang, Korea)
    Period
    January 14 (Mon), 2019 ~ January 18 (Fri), 2019
    Overview
    The research on dark matter (DM) is a key element in probing New Physics beyond the standard model (SM). In order to investigate its particle nature, it is required to observe non-gravitational interactions of DM (with the SM particles or itself). Mainly, there are three experimental approaches for this: direct detection, indirect detection, and production at colliders. Recently, various observational results from these experiments have provided some hints and constraints on DM.  
    The purpose of this workshop to is immerse young experts in a collaborative environment together to discuss possible theoretical and experimental improvements in searching for DM in the future. In particular, the workshop aims to encourage the participants to develop creative and nonconventional ideas which have not been considered in this field.
    Organizers
      Won Sang Cho (Seoul National University)
      Kwang Sik Jeong (Pusan National University)
      Doojin Kim (University of Arizona)
      Jong-Chul Park (Chungnam National University)
      Seodong Shin (University of Chicago & Yonsei University)
    Confirmed Invited Speakers
    Joshua Berger (University of Pittsburgh)
    Ki-Young Choi (Sungkyunkwan University)
    Patrick deNiverville (CTPU, IBS)
    Lucien Heurtier (University of Arizona)
    Sunghoon Jung (Seoul National University)
    Doojin Kim (University of Arizona)
    Doyoun Kim (Chungnam National University)
    Jeff Kost (CTPU, IBS)
    Jae-hyeon Park (QUC, KIAS)
    Myeonghun Park (Seoul Tech)
    Seodong Shin (University of Chicago & Yonsei University)
    Yu-Dai Tsai (Fermilab)
    Seokhoon Yun (KIAS)
    Contact
    Jong-Chul Park (log1079@gmail.com)
    Sponsor