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Searching for light dark matter in strong gravity environments

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With no discovery of WIM Ps to date, attention is turning towards lighter mass (sub eV) candidates for dark matter such as axion-like-particles. I will discuss their wave-like behaviour, and highlight the challenges in detecting signatures from such light particles in strong gravity environments. In particular, I will discuss accretion of such dark matter onto black holes, and how it may act as a source of dynamical friction. Such observations may be the only way to confirm the nature of dark matter, in the absence of any couplings to standard model particles.

This talk is part of the DAMTP Friday GR Seminar series.

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