Searching for dark matter with XENON1T


19June2018 10:00 - 11:00

PhD defence ceremony

For every kilogram of ordinary matter, our universe contains 5.4 kilograms of dark matter – unknown particles that interact very weakly with atoms and light. Discovering the nature of dark matter is among the primary unsolved problems of particle physics. Jelle Aalbers uses XENON1T, one of the most sensitive dark matter detectors, to search for dark matter.

J. Aalbers: Dark Matter Search with XENON1T.


Prof. M.P. Decowski 

Prof. S.C.M. Bentvelsen


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This event is open to the public.

Published by  University of Amsterdam