Place: 425 Henry Mall, Room 1111 (UW Biotechnology Center)
Speaker: Carsten Rott, IceCube
Abstract: Most of the mass of our universe is in dark matter, but what is it? To shed light on this great unsolved mystery, researchers are using accelerators, detectors in the deep underground, and large telescopes to find dark-matter particles. <br>
This talk will describe what we know so far about dark matter, with a particular focus on how scientists from the IceCube Neutrino Telescope are looking for it.