The Kavli Institute of Cosmological Physics (KICP) at the University of Chicago is hosting the "Towards Dark Matter Discovery" workshop, which will be held from 11th to 13th April 2018 in the Eckhardt Research Center (ERC) on the University of Chicago campus.

The workshop will explore new directions on the path toward discovering the nature of dark matter. The invited speakers are encouraged to share their expertise in the fields of primordial black holes, thermal relic dark matter, nonthermal relic dark matter, ultralight dark matter, superheavy dark matter, kinda-chubby dark matter, new strategies for direct detection, newer strategies for direct detection, avant-garde strategies for direct detection, and axions. During the three day workshop, we will host approximately 20 talks of 30 minutes each with generous time remaining for discussion.

Visitors to the University of Chicago are invited to spend the entire week at the university.

Invited Speakers
Prateek Agrawal
Harvard University
Yacine Ali-Haimoud
New York University
Yang Bai
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Ilias Cholis
John Hopkins University
Yanou Cui
University of California, Riverside
Antonio Delgado
University of Notre Dame
Adrienne Erickcek
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Jiji Fan
Brown University
Roni Harnik
Yonatan Kahn
Princeton University
Gordon Krnjaic
Tim Linden
Ohio State University
Andrew Long
Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics
Martin Schmaltz
Boston University
Nausheen Shah
Wayne State University
Sean Tulin
York University
James Unwin
University of Illinois, Chicago
Xiaoping Wang
Argonne National Laboratory
Yue Zhang
Northwestern University & Fermilab

Organizing Committee
Daniel Hooper
Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics
Andrew Long
Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics
Carlos Wagner
Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics

William Eckhart Research Center (ERC), the University of Chicago
Room 401, William Eckhart Research Center (ERC),
Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics,
5640 South Ellis Avenue,
Chicago, IL