Welcome to AxionDM @ Stockholm


The nature of the dark matter is one of the most profound unanswered questions in fundamental physics. The axion is a leading dark matter candidate that would additionally remove a major blemish on the Standard Model of particle physics – the Strong CP problem which, without the axion, constitutes an inexplicable level of fine-tuning. The goal of this project is to seed and develop bold new ideas and technologies from material science that can revolutionise the search for the dark matter axion, and to use astronomical observations to search for complementary signals.



This project, funded by a Research Environment Grant (2020-2025) from the Swedish Research Council, leverages the convergence of expertise in axion physics, dark matter detection, material science and cosmology at Stockholm University. Our research has received support from the European Research Council under grant agreement No.742104.


 


News

12. November 2020

AxionDM at MultiHEP2020: link

11. November 2020

Keir Rogers gives a talk on ultra-light axion bounds: link

4. November 2020

Postdoc opening in axion physics: link

31. July 2020

The plasma haloscope introduced to the Snowmass Process through a LoI: link

18. March 2020

Axion Environment started by VR grant: link

17. October 2019

Plasma haloscope in Ars Technica link

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