Program Schedule

Dark Matter in Compact Objects, Stars, and in Low Energy Experiments

 
 

Program talks will take place in C421.

All time info. is in Pacific Daylight Time (UTC -7); please convert accordingly.

This is the schedule for Weeks 1 and 2. The schedule for the remaining weeks of the program will be added soon. 

Please note: By attending a program talk, participants agree to abide by the INT Code of Conduct

 

Week 2

Monday, August 8, 2022

Time Presentation Title Presenter Presenter Organization Format
Correlated signals of first-order phase transitions in dark sectors Danny Marfatia University of Hawaii In-person
Probing bosonic dark matter in the light of multimessenger constraints of neutron stars Davood Rafiei Isfahan University of Technology Virtual

Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Time Presentation Title Presenter Presenter Organization Format
The Lightest Dark Matter Peter Denton Brookhaven National Lab In-person
Migdal Effect in Semiconductors from Effective-Field Theory Kim Berghaus Stony Brook University In-person

Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Time Presentation Title Presenter Presenter Organization Format
Gravitational wave and gravimeter searches for compact dark objects Chuck Horowitz Indiana University In-person
Axion effects in the stability of hybrid stars Ricardo Sonego Farias UFSM Virtual

Thursday, August 11, 2022

Time Presentation Title Presenter Presenter Organization Format
Quantum sensor networks as exotic field telescopes for multi-messenger astronomy Andrei Derevianko University of Nevada, Reno In-person
New effects of dark matter in cavity resonators, capacitors, underground detectors and clocks Victor Flambaum University of New South Wales Virtual

Friday, August 12, 2022

Time Presentation Title Presenter Presenter Organization Format
New Developments in Cosmological and Astrophysical searches of Dark Sectors Manuel Buen-Abad University of Maryland In-person
Open DIscussion