After two successful symposia in 2019 and 2020, we are happy to announce the third edition of the Kashiwa Dark Matter symposium this fall to be hosted by the Institute for Cosmic Ray Research (ICRR) at the University of Tokyo. As in the past years, the symposium shall serve to exchange latest results between the various communities of experimental searches, particle physics theory, and astrophysics. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and to allow a worldwide inclusive and eco-friendly participation, we host again a virtual conference format.
The goal of the symposium series is to bring together international researchers from all relevant experimental and theoretical fields in current and future dark matter searches. This year, we will include a focused session on primordial black holes as Dark Matter candidates, covering theoretical and cosmological aspects, as well as experimental searches for them.
We encourage especially young researchers and students to attend and to present at the symposium.
Please register here to join the presentations and to participate in discussions on Zoom, the virtual coffee breaks, and poster presentations. There is no registration fee.
The deadline for registration is November 19, 2021, 23:59 UTC.
The deadline of the call for abstracts is October 29, 2021, 23:59 UTC. Applicants for contributed presentations will be notified early November on the presentation's acceptance.
We would also like to warmly thank Stephen Wilkins from the University of Sussex to provide us with a template of the website system. Please also check out the SAZERAC online conference series, using the same framework.
(Adapted from SAZERAC) Attendance at the Kashiwa Dark Matter symposium 2021 is a privilege, and attendees are expected to behave professionally. The symposium organisers are committed to providing an atmosphere that encourages the free expression and exchange of scientific ideas.
By participating in the Kashiwa Dark Matter symposium 2021 as an attendee or presenter, you agree to abide by this code of conduct. Failure to adhere to this code of conduct in all circumstances related to the symposium, including in the online sessions, or any in person, telephone, or other electronic communication, will result in removal from all symposium events.
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16K21730 for Shoji Asai (PI, main hosts)
19H05802 for Shigetaka Moriyama (co-PI, main hosts)
18H05542 for Masahiro Ibe (PI)
17H06131 for Masahiro Teshima (PI, main hosts)
20H01895 for Shigeki Matsumoto (PI), Kohei Hayashi (co-PI), Tobias Binder (co-PI)
17H02878 for Shigeki Matsumoto (co-PI)
21K13909 for Kohei Hayashi (PI)and the grant for ICRR’s Fiscal Year 2021 Inter-University Research Program (PI: Moritz Hütten)
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