Howard Baer (University of Oklahoma, Norman (OK), USA) Laura Covi (DESY, Hamburg, Germany)
Leszek Roszkowski (University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK) Piero Ullio (SISSA, Trieste, Italy)
Period: from 17-05-2010 to 21-05-2010
Note: The total number of participants is limited to about 80 people.
are encouraged to propose contributed talks. For their accommodation the
participants should contact Studio Guidi (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ;
tel: +39 055 241561; fax: +39 055 2346178). There will be no proceedings
but pdf of talks will be posted on the conference webpage.
There will be a conference fee of 100 Euros to help defray costs of
coffee breaks, lunches and
the May,18 social dinner.
A wide variety of cosmological and astrophysical observations, on a wide
range of length scales, have established overwhelming evidence that dark
matter is the building block of structures in the Universe, however they
do not discriminate among the many viable dark matter candidates. The
conference is dedicated to all aspects of dark matter physics, with
on: dark matter and structure formation; dark matter candidates and LHC and
and other experimental searches for the underlying particle physics models;
direct and indirect detection of dark matter particles and relative