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Dark Interactions: Perspectives from Theory and Experiment


To review and discuss the theoretical context as well as the status and future of the searches for dark sector particles, such as dark vector bosons, and the implications for dark matter.

Topics or Session Information
All talks are plenary and are by invitation only.

  • Theoretical Motivation for Dark Sectors
  • Experimental Constraints from High Energy Colliders
  • Constraints from non-Collider Experiments
  • Cosmological Constraints
  • Implications for Dark Matter
  • Prospects for LHC Run 2 and future Intensity Frontier Experiments


  • To be determined

Workshop Committee

  • Ketevi A. Assamagan (Chair, BNL)
  • Oliver Keith Baker (Yale University)
  • Mary Bishai (BNL)
  • John Paul Chou (Rutgers University)
  • Hooman Davoudiasl (BNL)
  • Rouven Essig (Stony Brook U.)
  • Tobias Golling (Yale University)
  • William Marciano (BNL)
  • Christopher Tully (Princeton U.)
  • Stephane Willocq (U. of Mass.)


Click on the "Workshop Information" tab above to find accommodation information.

Evening Events

Registered attendees are invited to attend the banquet dinner and reception.

Wednesday Night Reception
Physics Department, Bldg. 510
Large Seminar Room Lounge
June 11, 2014 6:00-9:00 PM
For registered participants

Thursday Night Dinner
The Fifth Season
34 E. Broadway
Port Jefferson, NY
June 12, 2014 6:30-9:30 PM
Cost: $45/pp, alcohol not included


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