T-2, Nuclear and Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology

New Directions in the Search for Dark Matter

Yue Zhang

Identifying dark matter is an open question of central importance in particle physics and cosmology. The main goal of my talk is to propose several new directions in the search for dark matter. In the context of simple dark matter and dark sector models, I will discuss a generic and new effect for indirect detection and outline a roadmap for future collider searches. I will also discuss dark matter signatures and prospects at future proton beam dump and neutrino oscillation experiments. We need to be open minded and explore all possible frontiers toward discovering the nature of dark matter.


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