Author: Gori, S.
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FRYGB3
Hidden Sectors: from Cosmos to Accelerators  
 
  • S. Gori
    UC, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
 
  Cosmologists have determined that most of the matter in the universe is non luminous or "Dark". "Hidden sectors" refers to yet-unobserved quantum fields/particles that interact gravitationaly but not via the Standard Model gauge bosons. Some portion of the hidden sectors are candidates for dark matter. Speaker will make those connections, and then go on to a global survey low- and high-energy accelerator-based searches for hidden sector dark matter, both fixed-target and at colliders. Examples would include, but shall not be confined to, SPS and LHC (or HL-LHC), and beyond, etc.  
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