, Jefferson Lab
[Host: Nilanga Liyanage]
QCD has provided the theoretical ground for the two leading classes of dark matter candidates:
WIMPS and axions. However, both have remained elusive to direct detections. In this talk, I will show that QCD can inspire us further on the quest for dark matter. I will discuss the theoretical resemblance between gravity and QCD, as well as phenomenological similarities between dark matter and hadronic physics. These parallels suggest that gravity's self-interaction may play an important role in dark matter phenomenology. I will then discuss experimental supports for this new approach.
Nuclear Physics Seminar
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Physics Building, Room 204
Note special room.
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