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Asymmetric Dark Matter

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The similar relic abundances of the ordinary and the dark matter suggest that they may have arisen via related mechanisms. In the asymmetric dark matter proposal, the dark-matter density is due to an asymmetry in a dark particle number conserved at low energies. The dark asymmetry is established in the early universe by processes which relate it dynamically to the ordinary baryonic asymmetry. The asymmetric dark matter scenario motivates a rich dark sector with interesting phenomenology. I will discuss the essential ingredients of asymmetric dark matter models, and potential cosmological and astrophysical implications.

This talk is part of the HEP phenomenology joint Cavendish-DAMTP seminar series.

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