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DSU International Workshops

DSU International Workshops DSU are a series of international workshops bringing together a wide range of theorists and experimentalists to discuss current ideas on models of the dark side and relate them to current and future experiments. Topics covered include: dark matter, dark energy, cosmic rays, neutrino physics, cosmology, astrophysical analysis of galactic halos, physics beyond the standard model, etc.


The sixteenth edition of the DSU workshop will be held in:

Kigali (Rwanda), 13-17 July 2020

For more information click HERE.

Previous DSU workshops were held in:

Buenos Aires (Argentina), 15-19 July 2019

Annecy (France), 25-29 June 2018

Daejeon (South Korea), 10 -14 July 2017

Bergen (Norway), 25 - 29 July 2016

Kyoto (Japan), 14-18 December 2015

Cape Town (South Africa), 17-21 November 2014

Trieste (Italy), 14-17 October 2013

Búzíos (Brazil), 10-15 June 2012

Beijing (China), 26-30 September 2011

León (Mexico), 1-6 June 2010

Melbourne (Australia), 1-5 June 2009

Cairo (Egypt), 1-5 June 2008

Minneapolis (USA), 5-10 June 2007

Madrid (Spain), 20-24 June 2006

Seoul (South Korea), 24-26 May 2005


See previous DSU Workshops in Google maps HERE


DSU Steering Committee:

  • Keith Olive, Minnesota University, USA (Chair)

  • Csaba Balazs, Monash University, Australia

  • Genevieve Belanger, LAPTh-CNRS, France

  • Kiwoon Choi, CTPU-IBS, South Korea

  • David Delepine, Guanajuato University, Mexico

  • Peter Dunsby, Cape Town University, South Africa

  • Christiane Frigerio Martins, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil

  • Joern Kersten, Bergen University, Norway

  • Shaaban Khalil, Zewail City of Science and Technology, Egypt

  • Pyungwon Ko, KIAS, South Korea

  • Daniel E. López-Fogliani, DF/IFIBA UBA-CONICET, & UCA, Argentina

  • Yann Mambrini, LPT CNRS-Univ Paris Sud 11, France

  • Carlos Muñoz, IFT UAM-CSIC, Spain

  • Paolo Salucci, SISSA, Italy

  • Qaisar Shafi, Delaware University, USA

  • Fumihiro Takayama, YITP, Japan

  • Yu-Feng Zhou, KITPC/ITP-CAS, China

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