Alternative dark matter candidates: axions and ALPs
April 24, 2019
The QCD axion and particles with similar properties (axion-like particles or ALPs) are excellent candidates to be the cold dark matter of the Universe. They are extremely different to the standard WIMP, however. In this talk I presented and highlighted the mostly shocking aspects of axion dark matter, the prospects for its discovery and the recent blossoming of experimental techniques to search for these elusive particles, which more than ever are now receiving a lot of interest.
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