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Plaiting Dark Matter and neutrino phenomenologies

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posted on 24.09.2018 by Roberto A. Lineros
Talk given at Universidad Técnica Federico Santa Maria in Santiago, Chile on 13/September/2018.

Abstract:
The cosmic evolution of the Universe is largely affected by the presence of Dark Matter. Indeed Dark Matter is so dominant that it makes up to 80% of the Universe's matter content. In particle physics, Dark Matter candidates are naturally present in many Standard Model extensions. Complementary, many neutrino phenomena can be explained only by theories beyond the Standard Model. In this talk, I will present some models that aim to relate dark matter nature and neutrino phenomenology.

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