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2015-2016

Institute Activities in Astro Particle/Cosmology physics

The main areas of research in astroparticle physics lie in the study of dark matter, in particular supersymmetric candidates for dark matter and non-supersymmetric canditates from grand unified theories; inflation; baryogenesis; big bang nucleosynthesis, and the study of the light element abundances through Li7; cosmic-ray nucleosynthesis, and the study of the Li, Be, and B isotopes; cosmic chemical evolution; neutrinos in astrophysics and cosmology;  and the possibility of time-varying fundamental constraints.
  
The Astro Particle/Cosmology program hosted: Ido Ben-Dayan, Joseph Bramante, Robert Caldwell, Gilly Elor, Yann Mambrini, Rouzbeh Allahverdi, Francesco D'Eramo, Kaori Fuyuto, Richard Holman, Mohammad Hossein, Yoni Kahn, Jeremy Mardon, Jessie (Julia) Shelton, Masahiro Takimoto as short-term visitors and speakers during the 2015-2016 academic year.

 

 
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