The gravitational evidence for non-baryonic matter (DM) in the Universe and the discovery of neutrino masses mark the most compelling evidence for physics beyond the SM so far. Studying DM and neutrinos at a variety of experiments is therefore of great importance to obtain insights into possible new physics scenarios. As we are entering the precision era of neutrino physics different new physics models can be thoroughly probed. At the same time the parameter space for weak scale DM becomes increasingly constrained experimentally such that alternative DM scenarios need to be invoked.
NuDM-2022 is organized in hybrid format at Sharm El Sheik and online from 25 to 28 September 2022, like NDM-2020, aims to be a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas about particle physics phenomenology, astrophysical signatures, and experimental constraints related to neutrinos and dark matter, as well as their possible connections. The conference contributions will be published as a special issue of the Letters in High Energy Physics journal.
The conference is organized by Letters in High Energy Physics, and it is sponsored by Zewail City of Science and Technology and the Arab Physical Society.