Ian Shoemaker

Portrait of Ian Shoemaker

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Ian Shoemaker has left CP3-Origins - This page is kept here for historical reference.
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Short CV

Education

Employment

Partial List of Conferences and Seminars

  • PONT: Progress on Old and New Themes in Cosmology (Avignon, France), April, 14-18, 2013, Talk: “Probing Nu-forces at IceCube.”
  • BIDM: Bright Ideas on Dark Matters Workshop (Odense, Denmark), March 31-April 11, 2013, Co-organizer.
  • NIKHEF (Amsterdam, Netherlands), January, 30, 2013, Invited seminar: “Shining LUX on Direct Searches for Dark Matter.”
  • KITP Workshop (Santa Barbara, California), April 22- May 10, 2013, Program: “Hunting for Dark Matter: Building a cross-disciplinary, multi-pronged approach.”
  • CETUP* 2012 (Lead, South Dakota), July 12-20, 2012, Talk: “Mulitpurpose Mono- jets: Dark Matter and Neutrinos at the LHC.”
  • Dark Matter in Collision (UC Davis Workshop), April 12-13, 2012, Invited talk: “Other Interpretations of Invisibles at Colliders.”
  • UC Irvine, April 11, 2012, Seminar talk: “Multipurpose Monojets: Dark Matter and Neutrinos at the LHC.”
  • UCLA Dark Matter 2012, February 22-24, 2012, Plenary talk: “Unitarity and Monojet Bounds on Models of Dark Matter.”
  • University of New Mexico, February 14, 2012, Invited seminar talk: “Multipurpose Monojets at the LHC: Dark Matter and Neutrinos.”
  • Washington University, St. Louis, February 9, 2012, Invited seminar talk: “Multipurpose Monojets at the LHC: Dark Matter and Neutrinos.”
  • Brookhaven Forum 2011, A First Glimpse of the Tera Scale, October 15, 2011, Talk: “A Dark Force for Baryons.”
  • Pacific 2011: A Symposium on Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology In- cluding Fundamental InteraCtions (Moorea, French Polynesia), Invited Plenary Talk: “A Dark Force for Baryons: or Why You Should Learn to Stop Worrying and Gauge Baryon Number”
  • Santa Fe 2010 Summer Workshop: “LHC: From Here to Where?”, July 18, 2010, “Collider signatures of sterile neutrinos in models with a gauge-singlet Higgs.”
  • Stanford SLAC Summer Institute (Menlo Park, California), August 21, 2009, Poster: “The astrophage of neutron stars from supersymmetric Q-balls.”
  • INFO (Implications of Neutrino Flavor Oscillations) 2009 (Santa Fe, New Mexico), July 21, 2009, “New limits on dark matter Q-balls from neutron stars and neutrinos.”
  • SnowPAC (Snowbird, Utah), February 26, 2009, Talk: “Relic Supersymmetric Q- balls.” 

Professional Scientific Experience

  • Served as referee for the journals: Physical Review Letters, Physical Review D, Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics.
 

Research Interests

Dark Matter, Neutrino physics, Baryogenesis, Astroparticle physics, Beyond Standard Model Physics.

Publications