Dark Matter and Line Intensity Mapping

10 Dec 2021, 08:40


Details are notified to registrants.


Marc Kamionkowski (Johns Hopkins)


Line intensity mapping (LIM) is a rapidly developing new technique to study astrophysics and cosmology. With LIM, the luminosity density of a given atomic/molecular emission line is mapped in a three-dimensional volume. I will discuss how this technique can be used to determine the distribution of dark matter and to also probe specific dark-matter candidates. I will also describe how the measurements may complement other measurements that probe the expansion history, dark energy, and the Hubble tension.

Primary author

Marc Kamionkowski (Johns Hopkins)

Presentation Materials

There are no materials yet.