Dark Matter Annihilation to Neutrinos: Current Limits and Future Prospects
A. Kheirandish*, C. A. Argüelles, A. Diaz, I. Safa and A. C. Vincent
July 09, 2021
March 18, 2022
Neutrinos can escape dense environments, otherwise opaque to photons, and travel cosmic distances unscathed by background radiation or magnetic fields. While ideal cosmic messengers, they present a unique opportunity to test physics beyond the Standard Model, especially dark matter. Moreover, there is a distinct possibility that the neutrino sector is the principal portal through which the dark matter interacts with the Standard Model. In this talk, we will discuss new opportunities offered by high-energy neutrinos and provide new model-independent limits on dark matter annihilation into neutrinos based on measurements of neutrinos. We present the most up-to-date and comprehensive results on dark matter annihilation into neutrinos using the most recently available data from neutrino telescopes, with measurements spanning a wide energy range. Finally, we will present the projections for next-generation of neutrino experiments.
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