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What is GAMBIT?

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The GAMBIT community is visiting the KICC from 10th-14th July!

GAMBIT is a framework for combining both collider and astronomical data to constrain particle physics and cosmology models. It is both an open source software framework and a community of high energy physicists, cosmologists and statisticians; capable of linking theory, data and inference approaches allowing the combination of high-energy colliders, direct detection experiments and measurements from telescopes using both frequentist and Bayesian paradigms. The power of this set of tools and expertise allows novel analyses of dark matter, neutrinos and beyond the standard model physics which is challenging to achieve with separated datasets.

This talk will describe GAMBIT , present physics results and map out the prospects for extension. It will also serve to highlight the key events in the week which people new to the community may wish to come along to, including introductory sessions for installing and using the software.

This talk will be given by Tomás Gonzalo (KIT), who leads the GAMBIT Core development.

A list of GAMBIT papers can be found here:

This talk is part of the Cosmology, Astrophysics and General Relativity series.

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