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Leptogenesis from dark matter freeze-in

When dark matter freezes in, it is out of equilibrium over an extended period in the early universe. I will show how this can give rise to the observed baryon asymmetry  through the production, oscillation, and subsequent re-annihilation of dark matter. I will highlight the connections between the early universe dynamics and phenomenology, including tests at colliders, and in cosmological and astrophysical observables.

Host: David Curtin
Event series  THEP Events