The Dark Matter 2021 Conference has now concluded.
It was scheduled to take place in Summer 2020, but had to be postponed due to the pandemic. In the end, it took place virtually from September 13th to 16th, 2021. Given the circumstances, the conference had a lighter schedule than originally planned, running Monday - Thursday (4 days), from roughly 4pm - 7.30pm (CEST) each day.
Watch on Youtube - The conference was live-streamed on youtube and you can watch the full recordings on the IFCA Youtube Channel here: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtLog61EkhOGW8TjKK0P_cJTmky40m6mJ.
Individual recordings for each talk have also been uploaded. Access them via the Timetable page, where you can click each individual talk to see the slides and recordings.
- 16/09/2021: The conference has now concluded. Thanks to everyone for taking part!
- 07/09/2021: The schedule is now online here. Connection details will be sent out to participants by email shortly before the start of the conference.
- 27/08/2021: Notifications for accepted abstracts have now been sent out. Please let us know if you are no longer able to give a talk, so that we can re-assign your slot. More information about the schedule will be released next week.
- 23/08/2021: Abstract submission has now closed. We are reviewing the abstracts and we hope to notify the participants by the end of this week (26th or 27th August). Apologies for the delay!
- 31/07/2021: The abstract submission deadline has been extended until 7th August.
- 31/05/2021: Registration and abstract submission are now open!
Dark Matter 2021 is a meeting devoted to discussing the latest developments in the field of dark matter from the perspective of both theory and experiment. Presentations will include results from experiments in earth (accelerators, direct detection, gamma rays) and space (cosmic/gamma rays, X-rays), and indirect detection from astrophysical observations. In addition to the experimental discussion the theoretical status will be presented by world experts. Dark Matter 2021 is 'hosted' by the Instituto de Física de Cantabria (IFCA) in Santander, Spain. However, due to the situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, the meeting will take place with a predominantly virtual format.
Confirmed speakers include: Rebecca Leane (SLAC), Gordan Krnjaic (Fermilab), Teresa Marrodan-Undagoitia (MPIK Heidelberg) & Katelin Schutz (MIT).