Apr 17, 2001 , Seminar
Jonathan Feng, MIT, Center for Theoretical Physics
Particle Physics Implications for Dark Matter
Although the cosmological evidence for dark matter is overwhelming and becoming increasingly precise, the nature of dark matter remains a mystery. Particle physics plays an important role, both by suggesting candidates and by imposing powerful constraints. This interplay is especially fruitful in the case of supersymmetry. I will review what we do (and do not) know about supersymmetric dark matter. I will then describe some recent developments and their implications for dark matter searches.
Host: CWRU Physics Department