AAAS Annual Meeting Physics Symposium: The Dark Matter of the Universe - Supersymmetry and Beyondchaired by ,
at Room 313, Hynes Convention Center, Boston
The working hypothesis for the composition of the universe includes a staggering approximately 28 percent of a new form of matter called “dark matter”, not accounted for by the standard model of particle physics. Our understanding of the formation of structure in the universe hinges on the dark matter being a new particle that is slowing moving, known as “cold dark matter”.
Co-Organizer, Prof. Michael Turner, University of Chicago