15th International Workshop on the Identification of Dark Matter 2024

Jul 8-12 2024 L'Aquila (Italy)

Scientific Program

The plenary sessions of the conference will focus on pivotal questions and themes about the current and future status of dark matter (DM) search:

  • What do we really know about the dark matter in the Universe?
  • How can we indirectly infer its existence and its nature from cosmology and astrophysics?
  • How can we directly detect its presence in experimental apparatus on Earth?
  • What is the status of indirect dark matter experiments and searches at accelerators?
  • Is it possible to build a consistent and comprehensive theoretical framework for the dark matter, as emerging from physics beyond the Standard Model?
  • How can we advance further with theory, phenomenology, and experiments from the current standpoint?

Parallel sessions will feature specific topics that aim to foster discussions and exchange of ideas. A poster session will also be included.

  • Cosmology Dark Matter
  • Astrophysical Observations
  • Axion/Sterile
  • Direct detection
  • Indirect detection
  • Light Dark Matter
  • Theory

Confirmed invited speakers:

Howard Baer
Daniel Baxter
Mirko Boezio
Dillon Brout
Marco Bruni
Francesca Calore
Lucia Canonica
Andrea Cimatti
Mariateresa Crosta
Luca Di Luzio
Katie Freese
Aldo Ianni
Christoforos Kouvaris
Tim Linden
Manuel Mayer
Jocelyn Monroe
Maria Elena Monzani
Ciaran O’Hare
Paolo Pani
Paolo Salucci
Christian Strandhagen
Piero Ullio
Julia Vogel
Yidong Xu
Hai-bo Yu
Kathryn Zurekl