Dark Matter 2021: From the Smallest to the Largest Scales

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jose diego
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Dark Matter 2021: From the Smallest to the Largest Scales

Post by jose diego » June 02 2021

Dear all,

We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the conference "Dark Matter 2021: From the Smallest to the Largest Scales”, which will be held virtually on 13-16 September 2021. Please register for free at this link: https://indico.ifca.es/event/1199/registrations/.

Dark Matter 2021 is a meeting devoted to discussing the latest developments in the field of dark matter from the perspectives of both theory and experiment. Originally planned for Summer 2020, the conference was postponed due to the ongoing pandemic, and we have decided to return this year with a lighter, virtual format. The conference will take place remotely over 4 days, running between 16:00 and 19:00 (CEST) each afternoon.

We will have only a small number of invited talks and confirmed speakers include Rebecca Leane (SLAC), Gordan Krnjaic (Fermilab), Teresa Marrodan-Undagoitia (MPIK Heidelberg) & Katelin Schutz (MIT). The remaining time will be dedicated to contributed talks. Abstract submission is now open until 31 July at https://indico.ifca.es/event/1199/abstracts/, and we encourage contributions from researchers at all career stages.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact [Log in to view email] and we will be happy to help.

Bradley Kavanagh (on behalf of the LOC and SOC)

Scientific Organizing Committee (SOC):
L. Baudis, G. Bertone, F. Canelli, J.M. Diego, D. Hooper, S. Heinemeyer, A. Ianni, A. Ibarra, I. Irastorza, C. Muñoz, S. Murgia, T. Nelson, K. Olive, A. Riotto, M. Sarsa, J. Silk, T. Tait, R. Vilar

Local Organizing Commitee (LOC):
Alicia Calderon, Jose M. Diego, Sven Heinemeyer, Bradley Kavanagh, Enrique Martinez-Gonzalez, Alberto Ruiz, Rocio Vilar

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