Learning on neutrinos and dark matter from the CMB and large scale structure of the universe
Julien Lesgourgues
Lundi 03/03/2014, 11:00-12:00
Bat 141, salle André Berthelot (143) , CEA Paris-Saclay

In the minimal cosmological model, dark matter is assumed to consist in a small fraction of massive neutrinos, and a large fraction of cold dark matter particles. I will show how cosmological data can be used to weight neutrinos and provide information on deviations from the minimal scenario. For instance, I will discuss current bounds on extra light relics, dark matter velocities, dark matter annihilation, or possible small interactions between dark matter and other species.

Contact : Eric ARMENGAUD


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