ICTP-SAIFR Dark Universe Workshop – Early Universe Cosmology, Baryogenesis and Dark Matter

Start time: October 21, 2019
Ends on: October 25, 2019
Location: São Paulo, Brazil

Over the last decades we have accumulated a vast amount of cosmological data, leading to a better understanding of our universe at large scales. At the same time, deep underground and satellite-based experiments have constrained the nature of dark matter. A multidisciplinary effort to address the particle physics and cosmological aspects of dark matter, as well as other early universe physics, is therefore essential. Exploiting the complementary aspects of early universe cosmology and particle physics can shed light on some of the most exciting and important open problems of our universe such as the nature of dark matter, the origin of the matter-antimatter asymmetry, and the consequences of an inflationary epoch in the context of particle physics. The goal of the workshop is to establish collaborations between international research groups and the ongoing Brazilian efforts in cosmology and particle physics, with an emphasis on the multidisciplinary approach.

There is no registration fee.

Invited Speakers

– Rouzbeh Allaverdi (New Mexico University, USA)
– Marcela Carena (Fermilab and University of Chicago, USA)
– Antonio Delgado (Notre Dame University, USA)
– Bhupal Dev (Washington University – St. Louis, USA)
– Francesco D’Eramo (Padua University, Italy)
– Jay Hubisz* (Syracuse U., USA)
– Alejandro Ibarra (Technische Universität München, Germany)
– Pyungwon Ko* (KIAS, USA)
– Adam Martin* (Notre Dame University, USA)
– Apostolos Pilaftsis* (Manchester University, UK)
– Mariano Quiros (IFAE – Barcelona, Spain)
– Geraldine Servant* (DESY & Hamburg University, Germany)
– Kuver Sinha (Oklahoma University, USA)
– Carlos Wagner (University of Chicago, USA)
– Ivonne Zavala (Swansea University, UK)

*to be confirmed

Registration deadline

August 25, 2019




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