CP3 Journal Club / Lecture

Who: Richard Anthony Galvez (Syracuse University)
When: Friday, May 9, 2014 at 12:00
Where: The CP³ meeting room

A broad background treatment of the paper “Supersymmetry, non-thermal dark matter and precision cosmology” will be presented (arxiv:1307.2453, work done by R. Easther, O. Oszoy, S. Watson and Richard Galvez). Besides the information in the paper, the focus will be on more general consequences of extra degrees of freedom of BSM physics for the cosmological evolution of the universe, and in turn, what the implications are for cosmological observables. The format of the presentation will be a blackboard-led discussion, so many questions and dialogues are encouraged.