- Dark universe
8—12 July 2024 | L'Aquila, Italy, Italy
The goal of this conference is to draw a complete picture of the status of dark matter searches from the theoretical to the experimental point of view.
IDM 2024 is planned as an in-person conference on July 8-12, 2024. It will be held in L’Aquila, the capital city of the Abruzzo region in Italy. After the tragic earthquake of 2009 and the intense large-scale reconstruction of the last 14 years, L’Aquila has a strong commitment to innovation, science and technology.
This 15th IDM edition is jointly organized by the Gran Sasso Science Institute (GSSI), the Department of Physical and Chemical Sciences of the L’Aquila University (UnivAQ) and the National Gran Sasso Laboratory (LNGS). The city of L’Aquila is hungry for scientific and cultural events. Hosting three big scientific institutions, L’Aquila is a crossroads playing a crucial role in modern dark matter searches. LNGS is one of the most advanced underground facilities worldwide, hosting top-class experiments in a variety of particle physics fields. The Lab is an internationally recognized science centre and has an enormous cultural impact on the region. UnivAQ is a well-established reality with 17000 students and 7 departments, including Physics and Chemistry, Engineering, and Humanities. The excellence Ph.D. school GSSI, established in 2013 as part of the cultural renovation of the city, gained in a few years international relevance in its 4 research areas: Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, and Social Studies.
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