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Fourth annual workshop of the Group on Precision Measurements and Fundamental Constants
Friday, April 12, Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel, Plaza E
"New Ideas in Dark Matter Searches" is a one-day workshop organized by the APS Topical Group on Precision Measurements and Fundamental Constants (GPMFC). It will take place in Denver, CO on April 12, 2019—the day before the APS April meeting begins. It will be held at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel, the site of April Meeting 2019. The goal of the workshop is to survey a broad range of new ideas in dark matter searches and bring together researchers from different communities. The audience will consist of senior researchers, postdocs, and students who are using a wide variety of tools for the dark matter searches.
Links to previous GPMFC workshops can be found on the GPMFC website.
|9:00||Surjeet Rajendran, UC Berkeley
Detecting Dark Blobs
|9:30||Leslie Rosenberg, University of Washington
Recent ADMX results at DFSZ Sensitivity
|10:00||Sae Woo Nam, NIST, Boulder
Detecting photons from Dark Matter
|11:00||Masha Baryakhtar, New York University
Searches for Ultralight Axions with Black Holes and Gravitational Waves
|11:30||Lam Hui, Columbia
Ultra-light axion dark matter
|12:00||Kent Irwin, Stanford
Probing the QCD Axion with the Dark Matter Radio
|14:00||Eric Hudson, UCLA
HUNTER: Precision Massive-Neutrino Search Based on a Laser Cooled Atomic Source
|14:30||Chrisian Smorra, RIKEN
Dark matter searches with antimatter
|15:00||Yoni Kahn, University of Chicago
Detection of sub-MeV dark matter with three-dimensional Dirac materials
|15:30||Coffee and posters|
|16:45||Ken Van Tilburg, Institute for Advance Study
Formation of dense axion minihalos
|17:15||Hartmut Abele, TU Wien – Atominstitut
Gravity Resonance Spectroscopy with neutrons and the dark sector
|17:45||GPMFC "Best Student Poster" award|
(1) If you are attending April 2019 meeting, register for the Friday workshop when you are registering for the April meeting. Registration fee: $75. To encourage and support the student attendance of the workshop, the student registration fee is only $25. Workshop space is limited so register early.
(2) If you are not attending the April meeting, fill in the April meeting form only for the workshop registration and e-mail to Don Wise at APS at firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject line “Registration for the GPMFC workshop” or fax to (301) 209-3652 (address the fax to Don Wise). He will register you. This cannot be done via online registration.
We recommend registering early as the number of participants is limited.
Posters are highly encouraged!
The workshop will include a poster session. The poster boards are 4 ft. high by 8 ft wide. To submit a poster, e-mail you name, affiliation, and a title of your poster to email@example.com. Number of posters at the poster session is limited due to the space constraints so e-mail your poster title as soon as possible. If you are giving a talk/poster at the April meeting relevant to the subject of the workshop, you may still submit poster on the same subject at the workshop.
The Group on Precision Measurement and Fundamental Constants (GPMFC) will award a “Best Student Poster” award, consisting of a $500 cash prize for a poster presented at the workshop. Both graduate students and undergraduate students are eligible, and the applicant must be the first (presenting) author of the workshop poster. To apply, send a 1-page abstract of your poster in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 19th. Please also include name, affiliation and email information for the applicant as well as the poster title at the top of the abstract page. To participate in the poster competition, you must be a member of GPMFC—you can join at the How to Join page.
If you have any questions about the workshop e-mail Marianna Safronova at email@example.com.
Marianna Safronova (University of Delaware)
Dmitry Budker (Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz and University of California, Berkeley)
Asimina Arvanitaki (Perimeter Institute)